Monday Aug 18
Johanns, Metsger, more to speak at Caucus
Aug. 19, 2014 - NAFCU is gearing up for its annual Congressional Caucus, slated for Sept.
Monday Aug 18
Custer County Chief
Application period now open for the United States Senate Youth Program
Senator Mike Johanns announced today the start of the application period for the United States Senate Youth Program's 53rd annual Washington Week.
Thu Aug 07, 2014
EPA's Clean Water Act proposal sparks concern among Nebraska lawmakers
By: Lauren Fabrizi email@example.com The Environmental Protection Agency's new proposal to expand the power of the federal government under the Clean Water Act is sparking concern from Nebraska lawmakers.
Fri Aug 01, 2014
US senators push to designate Nebraska tribe trail
Nebraska's U.S. senators have joined the effort to seek federal recognition for the trail the Ponca Tribe took during a forced march more than 135 years ago.
Tue Jul 29, 2014
North Platte Bulletin
Jenkins questions Farm Bureau's endorsement of Sasse
Ben Sasse has virtually no experience in the agricultural or private sector and not much of a Nebraska resume, Independent candidate Jim Jenkins said Tuesday in a letter to the Nebraska Farm Bureau.
Mon Jul 28, 2014
Watson to be Added to Ballot for U.S. Senate Race
The Secretary of State's office says enough signatures have been collected to add another name in the race for U.S. Senate.
Sun Jul 27, 2014
Export-Import Bank in danger zone
Conservatives may be headlining the opposition to the Export-Import Bank, but the efforts of coal-friendly Democrats to change the little-known agency's rules could further jeopardize its future.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
Cybercast News Service
Sen. Johanns: With Obama Term Running Out, Expect 'A Blizzard of Regulations'CNS
While President Obama makes his fund-raising rounds, his deputies, including EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy, are hard at work: "I do think what's happening here is the Obama administration recognizes that they only have a couple years left, and I just think you're going to see a blizzard of regulations over the next two years and five months," ... (more)