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South Carolina Congressman Tom Rice who represents the Grand Strand and most of the Pee Dee in Congress has been appointed to the House Ways and Means Committee.
The Ways and Means Committee is the chief tax writing committee of the U.S. House of Representatives.
According to a post on the congressman's Facebook page:
Congressman Tom Rice spent Monday in Andrews visiting flooded-out homes and talking with victims and volunteers.
“It’s going to take time to recover,” stated Rice. ” It’s going to take time to even figure out the extent of the damages.”
Rice said he met people who’ve suffered great loss, but maintain a positive outlook.
Congressman Tom Rice (SC-07) will have his district staff in Johnsonville on Thursday to again assist constituents with flood-related needs.
Congressman Tom Rice (SC-07) announced today that his district staff will have mobile office hours over the next week to assist constituents with flood-related needs.
Chesterfield County residents can talk federal issues and upcoming legislation over a cup of coffee with U.S. Rep. Tom Rice, R-Myrtle Beach, on Monday.
Rice will sit down with his constituents from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m., at Mary’s Restaurant, 134 Market St. in Cheraw, before heading to Coffee Break Cafe in Georgetown from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. All events are free and open to the public.
DARLINGTON, S.C. – Congressman Tom Rice didn’t discuss presidential politics Tuesday at Joe’s Grill as more than 30 constituents wanted to hear about Iran, growing the economy, veterans and offshore drilling issues instead.
MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - Congressman Tom Rice would like to invite the public to join him for coffee and discuss federal issues and upcoming legislation.
Rice has been a resident of Horry County since the age of 4 and proudly represents South Carolina's 7th Congressional District.
A Republican House member is introducing legislation to increase the federal gas tax by 10 cents-per-gallon to help pay for transportation projects across the nation.
FLORENCE, SC (WMBF) - Representatives from the city all the way up to the national level are assuring small businesses in Florence they don't want them to fail due to lack of support or difficult-to-navigate regulations.