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  • Inhofe Travels to Support Allies in Eastern Europe, Middle East

    Inhofe Travels to Support Allies in Eastern Europe, Middle East
    • Inhofe Travels to Support Allies in Eastern Europe, Middle East
    • Inhofe Travels to Support Allies in Eastern Europe, Middle East
    • Inhofe Travels to Support Allies in Eastern Europe, Middle East

    From Oct. 26 to Oct. 30, U.S. Sen. Jim Inhofe visited key U.S. allies in Eastern Europe and the Middle East to show support during tumultuous times. In Lithuania, President Dalia Grybauskaite hosted Sen. Inhofe for the inauguration of Lithuania's first liquefied natural gas import facility, which will allow the country to lessen the region's energy dependence on Russia. In Ukraine, Sen. Inhofe met with President Petro Poroshenko and members of his administration to discuss the ongoing aggression Ukraine is experiencing from Russia and how the U.S. can help Ukraine protect its sovereignty. In the Middle East, Sen. Inhofe visited the Jordanian-Syrian border, met with King Addullah II and visited U.S. troops stationed the region. 

  • Oklahoma Medal of Honor Recipients

    Oklahoma Medal of Honor Recipients
    • Oklahoma Medal of Honor Recipients
    • Oklahoma Medal of Honor Recipients
    • Oklahoma Medal of Honor Recipients

    On Sept. 17, 2014, Sen. Inhofe, senior member of the Senate Armed Services Committee (SASC), met in the U.S. Capitol with Command Sergeant Major Bennie Adkins and his wife Mary, and Dr. Bill Sloat and Karen McCaslin, siblings of Specialist Four Donald P. Sloat. CSM Adkins and Specialist Four Sloat were awarded the Medal of Honor on Sept. 15 for their heroic actions during the Vietnam War.

  • Inhofe Speaks to Tulsa Chamber of Commerce

    Inhofe Speaks to Tulsa Chamber of Commerce
    • Inhofe Speaks to Tulsa Chamber of Commerce
    • Inhofe Speaks to Tulsa Chamber of Commerce
    • Inhofe Speaks to Tulsa Chamber of Commerce

    Sen. Inhofe speaks to the Tulsa Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce during their 2014 Fly-In event on April 8th, 2014. During the conversation he shared his priorities in the 113th Congress and took questions from the audience about issues important to Tulsa and the State of Oklahoma. They also discussed how EPA regulations are entangling Oklahoma's small businesses, farmers, manufacturers, and energy industry, and his plans to put the breaks on the agency's unchecked regulatory agenda.

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