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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 Votes to Help Nebraska Industries Compete Globally
Congressman Adrian Smith (R-NE) released the following statement after the House passed H.R. 4923, the American Manufacturing Competitiveness Act, to reform the Miscellaneous Tariff Bill, or MTB, process. Smith is a cosponsor of H.R. 4923. “This bipartisan legislation, which passed unanimously out of the Ways and Means Committee last week, will help level the playing field for U.S. manufacturers,” Smith said. “Considering approximately 50 percent of the last MTB package was targeted toward agriculture products, Third District producers stand to benefit from reduced input costs. I am pleased to support this legislation and reduce trade barriers for Nebraska industries.”   The MTB temporarily suspends tariffs on imported goods needed by U.S. manufacturers for which there is no domestic production. For more information on the MTB process, click here to read Smith’s latest column, “Competing in the Global Economy.” Smith serves on the House Ways and Means Committee.
Competing in the Global Economy
Producers throughout the Third District stress to me how crucial trade is to their economic success. Not only do trade agreements and memberships in international trade organizations open new markets for Nebraska products, but they can also level the playing field for producers, manufacturers, and consumers by ensuring everyone abides by the same set of rules. A great achievement happened just this month when China dropped some of its export subsidies following a dispute brought by the U.S. to the World Trade Organization. This is a vital step in bringing relief to U.S. industries forced to compete with artificially low-cost Chinese products. The ruling by the World Trade Organization demonstrates our ability to hold our trading partners accountable while increasing market access for U.S. products. In the Ways and Means Subcommittee on Trade, we unanimously passed a bill this week called the American Manufacturing Competitiveness Act. I am a cosponsor of this legislation to reform th
Rep. Smith’s Office to Hold Mobile Offices in Bartlett, Taylor, Kearney, and Burwell
Constituents of Third District Congressman Adrian Smith (R-NE) will be able to meet with a representative of Congressman Smith’s office for mobile offices on Tuesday, April 26, in Bartlett, Taylor, Kearney, and Burwell. A mobile office allows constituents to meet directly with one of Smith’s staff members about federal issues and take advantage of the constituent services available through his office, such as assisting individuals with challenges they face while working with a federal agency, ordering flags flown over the U.S. Capitol and booking tours in Washington, D.C. Smith, who has offices in Grand Island and Scottsbluff, will provide his mobile office and a staff member on Tuesday, April 26, at the following times and locations: Wheeler County Courthouse 301 3rd Street, Bartlett, NE 68622 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. (CDT) Loup County Courthouse 408 4th Street, Taylor, NE 68879 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. (CDT) Kearney Public Library 2020 1st Avenue, Kearney, NE 68847 11:3
Protecting Taxpayers
Nebraskans recently wrapped up the tax preparation process, and we all know filing is no easy task. According to the National Taxpayers Union Foundation, Americans spend more than six billion hours complying with the 10,000-page tax code, costing our economy $234 billion annually. One of the best ways we can grow our economy is by simplifying the tax code. On the Ways and Means Committee, we are committed to continuing our work on this crucial effort. Our tax code was last updated in 1986 – a generation ago – and is increasingly burdensome in today’s global economy. We have already taken significant steps, such as improving certainty for American families and businesses by making more than 20 tax relief provisions permanent in December, ending the cycle of continually renewing them. One of these provisions makes higher expensing levels under Section 179 of the tax code permanent to allow small businesses to invest in needed equipment while knowing those expenses will not be ta

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