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The U.S. Representative for Nebraska's 3rd congressional district, serving since 2007.
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ENG: Adrian M. Smith (born December 19, 1970) is the U.S. Representative for Nebraska's 3rd congressional district, serving since 2007. He is a member of the Republican Party. He previously served in the Nebraska Legislature. Early life, education and career Smith was born in Scottsbluff, Nebraska and at a young age his family moved to a rural neighborhood south of Gering, Nebraska. After graduating from Gering High School in 1989, Smith attended Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia. He transferred to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln midway through his second year of college, graduating in 1993. While a student at Nebraska, he interned in the Nebraska Governor’s Office and, later, served as a legislative page in the Nebraska Unicameral. He returned home to Gering after ...
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Smith OK with added revenue through tax reform


Rep. Adrian Smith said Wednesday he'd be comfortable supporting a tax reform package thatmight resultin additional federal revenue. But the purpose of reform should be tax rate reduction accomplished by "flattening the income tax more, taking out some credits and preferences and reducing the corporate tax rate," he said. "In doing so, that may grow revenues," Smith said,because those reformscould be "a means of growing the economy and helping create jobs." Smith, the 3rd District Republican congressman, is at the center of the legislative tax reform discussion as a member of the House Ways ...


Rep. Adrian Smith slams Obama's unemployment record


Representative Adrian Smith slams President Obama's unemployment record as the House votes to drastically reduce certain government regulations. The bill passed by the House today would cut safety restrictions on environmental policy, children's toys, workplaces and other areas. Smith says too much government interference hurts job creation in America. He claims that unemployment has remained above eight percent since Obama took office. ... Source: kotanow.com


Congressman Adrian Smith pushes for more ag trade


At the Nebraska State Fair, one of the major highlights is agriculture.But the effect of this industry goes far beyond state lines. Nebraska products are shipped to other states and even around the world.But, one Nebraska congressman says we haven't tapped our full potential. Adrian Smith was in town Thursday, promoting three major U.S. trade agreements. News Five's Rachel Lake caught up with him at Anderson Ford in Grand Island and filed this report."Consumers are the ones in charge and we need to make sure they don't get the short end of the stick," said Smith. Congressman Adrian Smith is ...


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Smith Supports Effort to Challenge Chinese Price Distortion on Agriculture Products
     Congressman Adrian Smith (R-NE) joined U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman, U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack, and a bipartisan delegation of congressional leaders today to show his support for a new trade enforcement action against China at the World Trade Organization (WTO) as a result of its excessive government support for Chinese production of rice, wheat, and corn.     China is currently subsidizing domestic production of these three crops far more than its WTO commitments allow. In 2015, Chinese subsidies exceeded the agreed upon levels by nearly $100 billion. These violations have distorted prices in the Chinese market and put U.S. agriculture producers at a disadvantage.  Smith’s remarks:  Good afternoon. It’s great to be here. I represent the Third District of Nebraska, and proudly, Ambassador [Darci] Vetter’s home district and the largest agriculture district in the country. This is a very welcome announcement, and it is an important fir
Smith Statement on 15th Anniversary of 9/11
Congressman Adrian Smith (R-NE) released the following statement in recognition of the 15th anniversary of the terror attacks on September 11, 2001. “Even as the years pass, we can never forget the heroism shown by so many Americans on September 11, 2001. In the midst of such horror, the strength of America brought hope to a grieved world.  “We remember the nearly 3,000 innocent lives lost that day, as well as the thousands of men and women in uniform who have given their lives in the fight against terrorism. In their memory, we must continue to embody the patriotism and unity Americans demonstrated in the aftermath of 9/11. We stand together against those who threaten our freedom and security.”
VIDEO: Ways and Means Committee Passes Smith Bill to Help Americans Hurt by Obamacare Co-Op Failures
Today, the Ways and Means Committee passed Congressman Adrian Smith’s (R-NE) bill, the Co-Op Consumer Protection Act, to provide relief from Obamacare penalties to taxpayers who lost their insurance coverage due to the failures of the Consumer Operated and Oriented Plans (co-ops) created under the President’s health care law.       Opening Statement: Thank you, Mr. Chairman, for calling up my bill, the Co-Op Consumer Protection Act. This is a short, simple bill with a basic premise – if you are a consumer who complied with the ACA’s individual mandate by purchasing health insurance through one of the Consumer Oriented and Operated Plans, or co-ops, created under the law, and your plan was terminated mid-year by the failure of that co-op, you shouldn’t be liable for the individual mandate for the remainder of that calendar year. We have already had a hearing on what happened with the co-ops, so I won’t spend a lot of time rehashing that history. In short, $2.1 billi
Pursuing Relief from Obamacare Co-Op Failures
Hundreds of thousands of Americans have lost their insurance due to the collapse of Obamacare’s Consumer Operated and Oriented Plans, or co-ops.   Using more than $2 billion in federal loans, 23 co-ops were created under Obamacare. Now, 16 have closed or are in the process of closing, with the remaining seven also struggling to remain solvent. The failed co-ops have taken $1.7 billion down with them. Many Americans were forced to purchase insurance through the co-ops after losing their original plans due to Obamacare’s implementation, only to lose their insurance again due to co-op failures. These consumers have two options: quickly find other coverage and start over on their deductibles, or go without insurance and face a possible Obamacare tax penalty. Americans were falsely told if they liked their health care plans, they could keep them. Those who made a good faith effort to comply with the law by purchasing insurance through an Obamacare co-op certainly should not face a



 
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