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NORFOLK — August recess has begun, and U.S. Representative Jeff Fortenberry is making his rounds to Nebraska communities.
On Wednesday evening, Fortenberry hosted a town hall in the Norfolk City Council Chambers.
COLUMBUS — U.S. Rep. Jeff Fortenberry has heard from people with both positive and negative experiences under the Affordable Care Act.
Letters from two of the Republican congressman’s constituents he shared Wednesday during a town hall meeting in Columbus highlight how the law has helped and hurt Americans.
Even though the repeal of the Affordable Care Act has stalled in the United States Senate, health care was still the leading topic when U.S. Rep. Jeff Fortenberry held a town hall at the Norfolk City Council chambers.
FREMONT – Congressman Jeff Fortenberry made the trip to Fremont on Tuesday afternoon to give an update from Washington and also to listen to questions and concerns.
Every August Fortenberry spends a week during the congressional work period holding town and city hall meetings across the First District of Nebraska.
A Nebraska Congressman gets an earful on a familiar topic.
Congressman Jeff Fortenberry says he understands the frustration, even anger, being expressed about health care during his town hall meetings across the First Congressional District.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senators Deb Fischer (R-Neb.) and Ben Sasse (R-Neb.) and Representatives Jeff Fortenberry (NE-01), Don Bacon (NE-02), and Adrian Smith (NE-03) have written to President Donald Trump outlining Nebraska’s request for a federal disaster declaration.
Their request comes as a result of storms, which hit the state from June 12-17, 2017.
WASHINGTON — The early morning defeat of Senate Republicans’ “skinny repeal” legislation brought sighs of relief from health insurers, including those in Nebraska and Iowa.
Medica plans to offer insurance on both the Nebraska and Iowa Affordable Care Act exchanges in 2018 and had warned about the bill’s potential consequences.
WESTON – A new black granite monument in Weston tells all who gaze upon it that Bob Cerv was more than a Major League ball player.
He was a man, Curtis Havelka said, who embodied the American spirit.
“Never quit, never give up. If you want it, earn it,” Havelka said was the lessons for life that the Weston native was always willing to share with those he met.
WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump’s suggestion that Republicans simply allow the Affordable Care Act to collapse on its own is sounding better and better to Rep. Steve King, R-Iowa.
“It’s starting to make some sense now,” King said Tuesday. “Let the pain of Obamacare compound itself until the public and the Congress are committed to making a change.”
Nebraska Congressman Jeff Fortenberry visited the People's City Mission Friday to connect to his community and see what new ways the mission is using to make a difference...
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