Fischer Showcases Omaha Products at Senate Lunch

“Today’s lunch was an exciting opportunity to showcase Nebraska’s largest city. I enjoyed sharing a taste of Omaha and its many unique products with my colleagues from across the country.”

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Fischer’s Boys Town Bill Passes Senate

“I’m thrilled to announce the passage of my legislation commemorating the 100th anniversary of Boys Town – a truly remarkable organization that has rescued countless young men and women from harmful experiences."

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Senate Passes “The Internet of Things” Resolution

The United States is well positioned to lead the world in innovation policy. Our bipartisan resolution commits our nation to a strategy for the Internet of Things. It incentivizes the use of new technologies and seeks to maximize consumer opportunity and economic growth. This forward-thinking initiative is an important first step in ushering new ideas and innovations for years to come.

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Fischer’s Equal Pay Amendment Passes Senate Bipartisan Vote of 56-43

I am pleased that the Senate took significant action to reaffirm our commitment to the principle of equal pay for equal work. Importantly, the Senate also took a step forward supporting needed updates to this important law. My amendment provides a reasonable, fact-based approach that will equip women and men alike with the knowledge and tools they need to fight gender-based wage discrimination.

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Fischer, Sasse and Fortenberry to Host U.S. Military Day for Students

The "U.S. Military Day" is an opportunity for students and their parents to learn more about military opportunities, particularly the nomination process for service academies. Information regarding the National Guard, Reserve, Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC), and other military enlistment options will also be presented.

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Fischer Reacts to North Platte Post Office Decision

“I am deeply concerned and disappointed to learn this morning that the U.S. Postal Service has decided to ignore the objections of the citizens of North Platte and advance their plans to relocate the North Platte Main Post Office. “Throughout this process, the views and voices of North Platte citizens have not been fully included in the conversation. That is unacceptable."

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