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ENG: Lee Raymond Terry (born January 29, 1962) is the U.S. Representative for Nebraska's 2nd congressional district, serving since 1999. He is a member of the Republican Party. A lifelong Nebraskan, Congressman Lee Terry has worked continually to empower the people of the Second District. Terry has been a leader for Nebraska, advocating American energy independence, respect for life, and fiscally sound balanced budget. A strong proponent of limited government, Terry has been an outspoken and leading opponent against government intrusion of health care and the Internet. Congressman Terry currently serves on the influential Energy and Commerce Committee, which is the oldest standing legislative committee in the House. This committee oversees energy, commerce, public health, ...
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Terry Statement on November Unemployment Report

Congressman Lee Terry (R-NE) released the following statement concerning the November jobs report from the U.S. Department of Labor. A net total of 120,000 jobs were created and the unemployment rate for November was 8.6 percent, partially due to 315,000 workers dropping out of the labor force. "This is the 34th consecutive month our nation has faced unemployment above eight percent. It is disturbing to me that while our country has hundreds and hundreds of thousands of workers who are giving up their job searches, the Senate continues to sit on more than 20 bipartisan jobs bills passed by ...

Rep. Terry: FCC Actions Undermine Process

Rep. Lee Terry, R-Neb., says Federal Communications Commission Chairman Julius Genachowski has done a "decent" job, but some of the most significant actions by the agency seem to be driven by a partisan agenda. Speaking at a National Journal Live event on Wednesday, Terry said FCC actions on net neutrality Internet competition rules as well as efforts to reform a fund to promote broadband development have suffered from preconceived opinions and a lack of transparency. "The critique would have to center around... net neutrality that looked like an agenda was driven rather than good policy," ...

Activists meet with Rep. Terry to Discuss Energy, Spending

Agroup of AFP-Nebraska activists sat down for about an hour with Rep. Lee Terry to discuss a host of issues; energy, Keystone XL pipeline, taxes and spending. Here's the takeaway: many of us were impressed with Terry's position on energy and his support for domestic energy production, yet many walked away still concerned Congress is able to deal with our spending problem. Terry commented that America has ample domestic energy supplies and we could be a net exporter of energy, if there was a political will to do so. It's true, the U.S. could be adding jobs and address our overwhelming trade ...

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Rose Garden Infomercial on Obamacare Website Failure Doesn’t Answer Questions
October 21, 2013 Washington, DC – Representative Lee Terry (R-NE) today made the following statement after President Obama’s Rose Garden infomercial on Obamacare failing to deliver as promised: “The President’s infomercial today did little to answer questions about why $600 million was spent on this glitch when the common sense thing to do would have been delay this law for individuals the same way the White House delayed it for businesses. “At one point today, the President said, ‘The product of the Affordable Care Act ... is working. It's really good. And it turns out there's a massive demand for it.’ If that’s true, show us the numbers; show us the data. Secretary Sebelius should bring that data with her next Wednesday when she is expected to testify before the House Energy and Commerce Committee. “This entire rollout has proven what we already know. Obamacare has been destined to fail from the beginning.  But rather than delay it and provide fairness for
Terry Honored as “Champion of Seniors”
October 21, 2013 OMAHA, NE – Congressman Lee Terry (R-NE) today was honored with the Champion of Seniors Award by the national organization The Grange. The Champion of Seniors Award is given to members of Congress who lead on the issue of Medicare, in addition to members’ commitment to protecting the doctor/patient relationship and preserving the options and choices that are important to older Americans. “I’m honored to receive this award that recognizes my commitment to protecting Medicare for our seniors,” said Congressman Terry. “This award isn’t just about fighting to protect Medicare for seniors, but it also recognizes my office’s commitment to constituent service and making sure that my office is responsive to the needs and concerns of seniors.” The Champion of Seniors Award was given to members of Congress who met the following criteria: Exhibited outstanding leadership in Congress to protect Medicare, which is critical to millions of American seniors an
Terry Votes For Budget Deal
Terry Votes For Budget Deal WASHINGTON – Congressman Lee Terry (R-NE) issued the following statement after voting for the budget agreement reached earlier today by Senate Leaders: “The fight is on spending now so that we can borrow less in the future and balance our budget sooner rather than later. I’m frustrated the President refused to negotiate to get our spending issues under control, but we can’t allow America to go into default.   The consequences of higher interest rates on families’ budgets and current government debt would negatively impact job growth, our economy, people’s retirement and our nation’s ability to conduct business.  Our national debt needs to be the priority because we can’t continue to mortgage the future. “The practical reality is the battle to fight Obamacare is best done with an open government and during the now mandated spending negotiations. This fight is not over by a long shot.”
Terry Continues to Vote to Reboot America
WASHINGTON – Representative Lee Terry (R-NE), today made the following statement after voting in favor of H.J. Res 79, the Border Safety and Security Act: “Today’s vote was another step toward rebooting America and getting an important part of our government back online. It’s important that we give the men and women patrolling our border have the resources necessary to do their job.” NOTE: Since the beginning of the government shutdown, Congressman Terry has voted for and the House of Representatives has passed thirteen pieces of legislation that fund our military, veteran’s benefits, the District of Columbia, the National Institutes of Health (NIH), our National Guard, WIC programs, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Head Start, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), provide back pay for furloughed federal employees in addition to today’s vote on border security. As a leader in this effort, Congressman Terry has

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