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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 Selected to Chair Ways and Means Subcommittee
Congressman Adrian Smith (R-NE) has been selected to serve as chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee’s Subcommittee on Human Resources, which has jurisdiction over a wide range of anti-poverty, welfare, and social services programs, as well as foster care and adoption.     “I am honored to lead the important work of the Human Resources Subcommittee,” Congressman Smith said. “My priority in Congress has always been to secure greater opportunity for Nebraskans. Now, I look forward to leading our efforts to improve our country’s anti-poverty programs by demanding positive results which break the cycle of government dependency and empower people through freedom and economic opportunity.   “I will continue working on the Ways and Means Committee to open new markets for Nebraska agriculture producers, simplify our tax code, and pursue patient-centered health care reforms.” Ways and Means Committee Chairman Kevin Brady (R-TX) said, “Since joining the Ways and Me
Fischer, Smith Respond to VA Decision to Downsize Hot Springs Facility
U.S. Senator Deb Fischer (R-Neb) and Congressman Adrian Smith (NE-3) released the following statement today on the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) decision to close a large part of the Hot Springs facility: “Veterans in western Nebraska rely on the Hot Springs facility for the quality care they deserve. Today’s decision from the VA is disappointing, and it leaves unanswered questions for Nebraska families who have sacrificed for our country. Despite this decision, we are committed to working together with the new administration to find innovative solutions to meet the medical needs of our panhandle veterans.” In November 2015, Senator Fischer and Congressman Smith joined members of the Wyoming and South Dakota delegations in a letter to VA Secretary Robert McDonald to request an extension of the public comment period in the wake of the VA’s Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for the proposed reconfiguration of the Black Hills Health Care System (BHHCS). Currently, the
Smith Selected to Serve on Committee on House Administration
Congressman Adrian Smith (R-NE) announced today he has been named by Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI) to the Committee on House Administration for the 115th Congress. The Committee’s principal functions include oversight of daily operations of the U.S. House of Representatives as well as federal elections.     “The focus of the Committee on House Administration is to make government work for the people,” Smith said.  “I am grateful for the opportunity to serve on this important panel to ensure efficient and responsible operations in the House and help preserve the integrity of our election system.” Committee on House Administration Chairman Gregg Harper (R-MS) said, “I am so honored to welcome Rep. Adrian Smith as he begins his service on the Committee on House Administration. This panel is charged with overseeing the operations of the House, and ensuring each Member has the tools they need to effectively communicate with their constituents. Adrian’s contributions will be e
REINS and CRA Spell Relief
While we prepare to inaugurate a new president, Congress is laying the foundation for significant regulatory relief. Throughout the Obama presidency, a main focus of our work in Congress has been pushing back against the administration’s endless roll of red tape.   From a rule allowing the federal government to control puddles on farmers’ land to regulations preventing rural health providers from determining how best to serve their patients, overreach by the executive branch has harmed far too many Nebraska families, industries, and communities. According to the Competitive Enterprise Institute, federal agencies issued 3,853 regulations last year alone. This equals 18 rules for every one law passed by Congress. We cannot continue to allow unelected bureaucrats at federal agencies to issue thousands of costly, complex regulations unchecked. President-elect Donald Trump has called for an overhaul of the regulatory system, which I am eager to work on to help restore freedom and op

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