-says devastation is "beyond imagining"
NASHVILLE-U.S. Rep. Jim Cooper recently returned from a three-day trip to the Gulf Coast region with a bipartisan group from Congress and said that, six months after Katrina, the damage is still incomprehensible.
-Treasury Secretary Snow confirms
numbers in 2005 Financial Report
of the U.S. Government has 2005 deficit at $760 billion, not $319
"I'm opposed to this transaction and I'm not convinced that it is in our national security interests to move forward," U.S. Rep. Jim Cooper said.
NASHVILLE-U.S. Rep. Jim Cooper, a member of the House Armed Services Committee, said today that he will oppose cuts to veterans' health benefits proposed by President Bush in his budget for fiscal year 2007.
WASHINGTON, D.C.-U.S. Rep. Jim Cooper has urged Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld not to reduce the size of the National Guard, following recent reports that the Department of Defense is considering cuts in the coming years.
-community group opens more locations for free tax prep assistance in 2006
NASHVILLE-A community-wide effort that offers free tax assistance to low- to moderate-income working families is paying off - for local taxpayers and the Nashville community.
NASHVILLE - U.S. Rep. Jim Cooper announced that 12 area students have been selected for nomination to one of the U.S. Service Academies for the Class of 2010.
NASHVILLE-U.S. Rep. Jim Cooper is calling on local school students to roll up their sleeves and get out the construction paper, doilies and glue sticks for the launch of his "Valentines for Veterans Project."