Fischer Legislation Returning Land to Nebraska’s Winnebago Tribe Signed into Law

“Our bill becoming law corrects a decades-old wrong. Now, we can finally return this land to the Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska. I want to thank my colleagues for their unanimous support and the Winnebago Tribe for their persistence and dedication to their people,” said Senator Fischer.

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Fischer Statement on Assassination Attempt of President Trump

“Bruce and I are thankful that President Trump has survived this assassination attempt, and we’re praying for the families with loved ones lost and in critical condition. The decisive actions of law enforcement on the scene no doubt prevented further loss of life, and we’re grateful for their bravery," said Senator Fischer.

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Fischer Secures $116 Million for Offutt Air Force Base

“Nebraska is the proud home of the Air Force’s ‘doomsday’ planes, which the president and other military leaders use for command and control of our armed forces during extreme crisis situations. My provision provides Offutt with key resources needed to host the next generation of these highly specialized aircraft,” said Senator Fischer.

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Fischer Advances Additional $16 Million for Construction of Agricultural Research Service Facility at UNL

“This bill includes new funding for the second phase of construction of UNL’s ARS Center, which will expand Nebraska’s leading role in agricultural innovation. This hub for research will attract students, scientists, and industry leaders focused on turning research into products and solutions in the field,” said Senator Fischer.

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Fischer Statement on Passing of Senator Jim Inhofe

“I’m grateful for my years of working with Jim, particularly on the Senate Armed Services Committee, and I will dearly miss his friendship. Bruce and I extend our sympathy to Jim’s wife, Kay, and the rest of their family,” said Senator Fischer.

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Fischer Statement on Results of Sentinel Nunn-McCurdy Review

"Congress must work with the Department of Defense to address Sentinel’s problems—not abandon a critical leg of our nuclear triad,” said Senator Fischer.

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