Country singing legend and Arkansas native Johnny Cash is being remembered in Washington. Congressman Mike Ross of Arkansas cosponsored legislation honoring the singer. Cash was born in Kingsland in 1932, and grew up in Dyess, Arkansas. The House passed the bill unanimously yesterday. The 71-year-old Cash died September 12th of respiratory failure caused by complications from diabetes. A private funeral was held September 15th near his home in Hendersonville, Tennessee, just north of Nashville. Ross says Cash`s work crossed over many types of music and appealed to many generations.