Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN



Congressman Diane Black has been on the road this week getting to know her new district. Tuesday, she toured StonePeak Ceramics in Crossville, learning about the porcelain tile manufacturer and the challenges it faces. Black, pictured with StonePeak Technical Director Noah Chitty, said this helps herunderstand how policy she sets in Washington will affect the businesses back home. Tuesday was a busy day for Black, who toured businesses in Fentress County and Cumberland County before visiting Cookeville for a round-table discussion on legislation she is sponsoring.

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