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    Jun 19, 2009 Fort Report
    Confused about all the government spending?  Wondering just how and where your taxpayer money is being spent?  You are not alone.  This unprecedented commitment of taxpayer funds, amidst spending plans for economic stimulus and the government' yearly budget, is dizzying.  Where...
    Jun 19, 2009 Fort Report
    The “Nebraska Breakfast” is a six decade-old tradition that welcomes visiting Nebraskans to the nation' capital on the Wednesdays that both the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives are in session.  Wednesday, February 10, 2009, marked the return of the Nebraska Breakfast in...
    Jun 18, 2009 Fort Report
    Today,  I received a briefing from the Department of Homeland Security Director and Health and Human Services Secretary, as well as Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) officials, regarding the U.S. outbreak of the H1N1 virus, otherwise being referred to as “swine...
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    Aug 16, 2019 Fort Report
    We’re at the last slice of summer and on the cusp of a promising year of Husker football!  For this week’s Fort Report, I’d like to divert from the latest policy debates out of Washington and go with a homegrown video.  I invite you to view my conversation with Cody Sperl from...
    Aug 9, 2019 Fort Report
    Last Wednesday evening during the Bellevue town hall, Sharon gracefully stood, steadied herself to keep from crying, and softly spoke: “I am going to tell you a story that never gets easier, and I’ll try to be as quick as possible.  “On April 24th, I took my mom out for lunch,...
    Jul 26, 2019 Fort Report
    There’s a sign on the eastern border of Texas: El Paso, 857 miles.  Makes you want to turn around.  I’m going there in a few days for several reasons.  My first stop will be New Mexico to visit the Los Alamos National Laboratory, where nuclear weapons are researched, designed,...
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