COVID-19 Relief

President Trump signed into law the CARES Act, which includes programs that will provide relief. Resources here.

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Fischer Holds Distance Learning E-Roundtable with Nebraska Education and Community Leaders

Nearly 20 percent of Nebraska’s students lack wired internet access at home, or are underserved with slow and unreliable internet connections. We brought a broad range of experts on this issue together for a productive discussion about technology and telecommunications policies that will support our students now, and into the future.”

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Fischer Statement on Unrest Following Death of George Floyd

We have the constitutional right to peacefully assemble and express our thoughts and opinions. That’s the very crux of our freedom as Americans, and that is what many demonstrators are seeking to do. Sadly, too many of these protests have been hijacked by others seeking to disrupt and destroy.

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Congratulations, Graduates!

To Nebraska’s class of 2020, I can’t wait to see what you do next. No matter what that may be, remember that your leadership and contributions are going to shape the future of our communities, our state, and our country.

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Op-Ed: Cattle Ranchers Are Essential, Too

Even before the nation’s first stay-at-home orders, Americans were panic-buying at the store. Grocery aisles across the country still see some empty shelves, and families are worried about having enough food during the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Fischer Statement on USDA Direct Assistance to Farmers and Ranchers

Agriculture is the economic engine of Nebraska, and a strong ag economy benefits all Nebraskans. This assistance will provide relief for our hardworking families and businesses who are feeding the world during this difficult time.

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