Fischer Introduces Bill to Help Struggling Americans Start Their Own Businesses

The Microloan Act of 2015 helps America’s entrepreneurs with limited resources by increasing flexibility and creating more opportunities for them to start their own businesses. Access to capital is a major challenge for startups and small businesses, which are often denied loans by larger investors.

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Freedom Isn’t Free

Memorial Day is a special time to honor our nation’s servicemen and women who have made the ultimate sacrifice fighting for the freedom we enjoy today. Nebraskans will soon gather with family and friends in observance of this important holiday. From backyard barbeques and parades to ceremonies at the final resting places of the fallen, we must show our gratitude and remember the meaning of Memorial Day.

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Fischer and Nelson Introduce E-Warranty Act

U.S. Senators Deb Fischer (R-Neb.) and Bill Nelson (D-Fla.) introduced new legislation to modernize warranty requirements and allow manufacturers to save paper and printing costs by posting warranties online. The bill, known as S. 1359 – The E-Warranty Act of 2015, has been referred to the Senate Commerce Committee and will be included in the committee’s markup on May 20th.

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Fischer Votes to Strengthen Defense with 2016 NDAA

“This year, we have produced a bipartisan bill that will help ensure our military is prepared to face any threat. As the dangers throughout our world continue to evolve, we have targeted areas that need additional support while making changes to outdated and inefficient programs."

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Fischer Joins Legislation to Stop EPA Power Grab

U.S. Senator Deb Fischer (R-Neb.) joined her colleagues to introduce new legislation that will halt the damaging effects of the Obama administration’s proposed regulations to control new and existing power plants.

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Fischer Introduces Transportation Bill Modeled on NE Success

Core infrastructure projects have been at a standstill across the country due to excessive regulations and a lack of transportation funding. Meanwhile, millions of Americans sit in endless traffic jams on decaying roads as construction projects remain stalled. To get America moving, the Build USA Act will create the American Infrastructure Bank (AIB) and would offer states new financing and funding tools to generate transportation projects – an innovative approach with proven results back in Nebraska.

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