U.S. Congressman Diane Black (R-TN-06) spoke at Rotary Club of Hendersonville last week, offering remarks on tax reform, House-passed jobs bills, and President Obama’s healthcare law. Congressman Black is a past president of Hendersonville Rotary. Black released the following statement:
“I have always said that Congress could learn from Rotary. Our motto of ‘service above self’ is lost on much of Washington today,” said Congressman Diane Black. “Furthermore, as community and business leaders, Rotarians understand the importance of spurring private sector job growth by reforming our broken tax code and addressing the flaws of Obamacare. My husband, Dave, and I have been proud members of Hendersonville Rotary for many years and I always enjoy returning home to speak with my fellow club members.”
During Congress’s April district work period, Black also held a Sumner County town hall meeting, attended Chamber of Commerce events in Gallatin and Goodlettsville, and spoke to students at Watt-Hardison Elementary in Portland.
Congressman Diane Black represents Tennessee’s 6th Congressional District. She has been a registered nurse for more than 40 years and serves on the House Ways and Means and Budget Committees.