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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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Congressional Caseworker to Visit St. Paul and Kearney
Constituents of Third District Congressman Adrian Smith (R-NE) who need assistance dealing with a federal agency are invited to attend Caseworker in Your Community events on Monday, February 27, in St. Paul and Kearney. Caseworker in Your Community is an opportunity for constituents to meet directly with one of Smith’s congressional caseworkers.  Caseworkers may be able to assist constituents who are having problems dealing with a federal agency such as the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, Social Security, Medicare, passports and visas through the U.S. Department of State, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, or the Internal Revenue Service. Caseworker in Your Community will be held on Monday, February 27, at the following times and locations: St. Paul Public Library 1301 Howard Avenue, St. Paul, NE 68873 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. (CST) Kearney Public Library – Loup Room 2020 1st Avenue, Kearney, NE 68845 2:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. (CST) For additional information, p
Empowering People out of Poverty
We live in a country built on opportunity, but too many Americans face roadblocks to moving up the economic ladder. As chairman of the Ways and Means Human Resources Subcommittee, I am pleased to work with Members of Congress on both sides of the aisle to improve our country’s anti-poverty programs. On February 15, I convened my first hearing as chairman, which focused on the Geography of Poverty. We examined how the poverty map is changing around the country and explored the challenges facing our own communities. A better understanding of local issues and solutions creates a foundation for our efforts to help more Americans find employment and experience greater economic opportunity. When thinking about poverty in America, large cities often come to mind first. However, rates of poverty in rural and remote areas have been higher than in urban areas for decades. Additionally, a larger share of working-age adults live in poverty than ever before, as fewer men and women are employed
Ways & Means Examines America's Changing Poverty Map
     The House Ways and Means Human Resources Subcommittee, chaired by Rep. Adrian Smith (R-NE), today held a hearing to examine how poverty is changing around the country and to explore solutions to the challenges Members are seeing in their own communities. The traditional geography of poverty is changing. In recent years, poverty has shifted from cities to the suburbs, while poverty rates in rural areas are consistently higher than rates in urban communities. As the geography of poverty—and the different challenges facing our communities—continues to evolve, Ways and Means Republicans are working to develop local solutions—not one-size-fits-all policies—to help more Americans climb the economic ladder. Recognizing a diverse set of needs across the country, Chairman Smith stressed the importance of finding those different solutions to reach one, shared goal: “Our instinct might be to think rural Nebraska and urban Chicago are so vastly different they have nothing in co
VIDEO: Smith Chairs First Ways and Means Human Resources Subcommittee Hearing
Congressman Adrian Smith (R-NE) convened his first hearing as chairman of the Ways and Means Human Resources Subcommittee today on the Geography of Poverty.  Tammy Slater of Doniphan, CEO of Goodwill Industries of Greater Nebraska, testified at the hearing as an invited witness.   Congressman Smith’s opening statement: It’s great to work with all of the Members of this Subcommittee so we can help more Americans escape poverty and move up the economic ladder.  As we all know, the Ways and Means Committee plays an important role in designing policies to improve the lives of Americans across this country. Together, members of this Committee work to improve our nation’s healthcare system, modernize our tax code to make American businesses more competitive, improve trade so U.S. companies can sell goods abroad, and – in the Human Resources Subcommittee – help more families access opportunities to move up the economic ladder.  This task is more important than ever. While



 
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