The senator will visit Micro Plastic Inc. in Flippin, and in Harrison the senator will tour S-C Seasoning Company.
He says there’s more distrust in Americans with their government than he’s ever seen before and that’s why it’s important to find common ground in Washington D.C.:
On the campaign trail he’s pushing new legislation called “America Made Strong”:
That bill aims to bring back manufacturing jobs from overseas by cutting a tax break companies use to create jobs elsewhere. The bill also would require the products of any tax levy project, such as bridges and roads, to be built in America. And the last part of the bill requires products to legitimately label if that product is made in the U.S.
Pryor will face challenger Tom Cotton for the Senate season in the General Election in November.