Congressman Tim Scott featured in New York Times Article

Congressman Tim Scott is featured in a New York Times article titled “Close-Knit, New to the House, and Resistant to Blending In” published on April 10, 2011.

Please see below for an excerpt:

“The new lawmakers — Mr. Gowdy and Representatives Jeff Duncan, Mick Mulvaney and Tim Scott — are making their own mark, both within their freshman caucus, where they are well liked and respected (Mr. Scott is on the freshman leadership team), and among House leaders.

Their vote Friday against a short-term spending agreement, after a bruising battle that put the federal government an eyelash away from shuttering, is a bracing reminder for Mr. Boehner of the challenges he will continue to face as he tries to lasso his caucus —particularly its most conservative backbenchers, who are spoiling for the fight with Democrats.”

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Congressman Scott is holding "Monthly Constituent Outreach" sessions.  The first session will be held on Wednesday, April 13, 2011, at the Waccamaw Neck Regional Council of Governments office located at 1230 Highmarket Street in Georgetown.  A congressional staffer will be available from 12:30 PM to 4:00 PM.  If you have concerns or questions, come and express them to Congressman Scott's representative.