In the meeting, Boustany will discuss the national debt and the economy, as well as policies to promote job creation. He will provide an update on recent legislative activity in Washington and listen to concerns from constituents across the area.
Boustany has also been an outspoken critic of several of the Obama administration’s policies including the slow process involved bringing back Louisiana’s offshore drilling, the Obama administration’s health care policy as well as many other pieces of legislation.
The one time heart surgeon, recently commended the progress of veteran’s affairs clinics in Acadia and southwest Louisiana.
“We are making progress to ensure veterans across south Louisiana receive the care they deserve,” Boustany said. “This announcement is welcome news for veterans and their families throughout south Louisiana. I am committed to working closely with veterans groups in the area to improve their access to vital health care services.”
Boustany is a member of the House Ways and Means Committee and serves as chair of the Subcommittee on Oversight. Additionally, he sits on the Ways and Means subcommittees for Human Resources and Select Revenue Measures. As chairman of Oversight, Boustany focuses on revising the tax code to make it easier for American businesses to compete, which in turn will create jobs, and highlight the job killing aspects of the health care bill. Boustany will work with the committee to promote sound economic development, expand markets for U.S. produced goods and work to put programs like Medicare and Social Security on solid financial footing.
Contact Congressman Boustany’s office at (337)235-6322 with any questions or visit www.boustany.house.gov for more information.
The meeting will be held at Crowley City Hall located at 425 North Parkerson Avenue in Crowley.