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ENG: Michael Owen "Mike" Johanns (born June 18, 1950) is an American Republican politician who has been the junior United States Senator from Nebraska since 2009. Previously he was the 38th Governor of Nebraska from 1999 to 2005 and was U.S. Secretary of Agriculture from 2005 to 2007,becoming the fourth Nebraskan to hold the position. On November 4, 2008, Johanns was elected to the United States Senate for the state of Nebraska, becoming one of only two new Republican senators (with Jim Risch of Idaho) heading into the 111th United States Congress. In 2002 Johanns served as a Chair of the Midwestern Governors Association. Early life Johanns was born in Osage, Iowa, and grew up living and working on his family's farm. After graduating from high school, Johanns went on to study at ...
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Johanns: Global warming not behind 2011 natural disasters

2011 has been a bracing year nationally and locally, given the numerous natural disasters impacting daily life (and killing more than 500 people). There was the April 9 tornado that ripped away 140 homes in Mapleton, Iowa, and now the tri-state area is attempting to combat Missouri River flooding to the best extent possible. Add in the Joplin, Mo. tornado that killed more than 130 people and a rare tornado in Maine, and some people are wondering what's up. In a late May Washington Post op-ed piece, a Vermont professor laid out a line of reasoning that through questions and apparent sarcasm ...

Johanns sounds warning about budget

Mike Johanns isn't usually an alarmist. But he's been sounding one about the federal budget this week. "I've done nine town halls this week talking about budget issues," the U.S. senator told members of the Fremont Rotary Club on Friday. "I really do believe this is the issue. "We're all concerned about security, we're all concerned about what's happening in the Middle East ... but I really do believe that it is the budget that really makes everything else work and, quite honestly, right now as a nation we are at a point where red lights are flashing, where buzzers are sounding and red flags ...

Johanns: 'We’re All Going to Have to Pay a Price'

Count another Republican senator among those who wants everything to be on the table in deficit negotiations – including taxes. On ABC’s “Top Line” today, Sen. Mike Johanns, R-Neb., said he welcomed President Obama’s decision to start “engaging” in the debate over spending. And Johanns said he’s alright with taxes being among the items on the negotiating table. “Let's not take a thing off the table. We've got to go into the room ready to work through this,” he said. “The more we take off the table, the more we say you can't do ...

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