Deb Fischer

Sen. Deb Fischer reacts to JBS cyberattack

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Nebraska Senator Deb Fischer, member of the Senate Agriculture Committee, had this to say following the cyberattack on JBS USA's servers:. It's alarming to see another cyberattack against a crucial supply chain. JBS has taken action to resolve this issue. However, the fact that nearly 20% of U.S. meat processing capacity can go offline due a single event could be a hit to Nebraska's economy, the cattle market as whole, and consumers across America. I will continue to monitor this closely as more facts come to light.
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North Platte, NENorth Platte Telegraph

US Sen. Deb Fischer visits North Platte

It was past time to hit the road again in Nebraska after a year of avoiding it due to COVID-19, U.S. Sen. Deb Fischer said Wednesday morning in North Platte. The second-term Republican lawmaker from Valentine visited The Telegraph’s offices on her first extended border-to-border trip since the pandemic settled over Nebraska and the nation in March 2020.
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Senator Deb Fischer will not run for Governor

Nebraska U.S. Senator Deb Fischer announced Thursday morning she will not be running for the Governor's office. She made the announcement on KFAB radio. "I'm a legislator, I am a policy maker," said Fischer. "I believe I have a really good track record of good wins for Nebraska from my time in the legislature and in the Senate. The Senate is where I want to continue to serve so no, I am not running for Governor."
AgricultureGrand Island Independent

Sen. Deb Fischer reintroduces HAULS Act

A bill to allow for the safe transport of agricultural and livestock products has been reintroduced by U.S. Sen. Deb Fischer, R-Neb. Fischer is a member of the Senate Commerce Committee and ranking member of the Surface Transportation, Maritime, Freight and Ports Subcommittee. Her legislation is called Haulers of Agriculture and Livestock Safety (HAULS) Act.
Congress & CourtsNorth Platte Telegraph

Sen. Deb Fischer: Another US epidemic: Heart disease

Last month, we crossed a grim milestone. COVID-19 was the leading cause of death in the United States during the month of January, the first time that has happened since the pandemic began last March. But another, less visible killer has been with us much longer than the coronavirus. Since...