Ashford is an original cosponsor of an initiative to improve the way Congress functions by establishing a bipartisan, bicameral, “Joint Committee on the Organization of Congress."
Last month, the House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs unanimously advanced a bipartisan bill introduced by Congressman Brad Ashford, establishing a pilot program to build an innovative veterans medical facility in Omaha.
In September, Congressman Brad Ashford introduced legislation aimed at reining in outrageous congressional perks.
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December 7, 2016
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November 3, 2016
STRATCOM Change of Command Today
Omaha, NE.—As Admiral Cecil Haney, the country’s top military leader in charge of nuclear forces steps down from his Strategic Command (STRATCOM) p
October 28, 2016
Focus on Ebola and Other Highly Infectious Diseases
Omaha, NE — Today, Congressman Brad Ashford announced that the University of Nebraska Medical Center/Nebraska Medicine has been awarded $19.8 milli
October 26, 2016
Applauds DOD’s Decision to Suspend Debt Collection Program
Omaha, NE –Congressman Brad Ashford today applauded Pentagon plans to keep intact signing bonuses that were awarded to nearly 10,000 soldiers betweIssues:
October 17, 2016
Study Also Notes ‘Record Levels of Partisanship Gripped the House’
Omaha, NE.- At a time when fewer and fewer members of Congress are willing to cross the aisle and work with members of the other party, Congressman
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WASHINGTON — A House committee signed off Wednesday on legislation aimed at paving the way for a new veterans ambulatory care center in Omaha built through private-public partnership.
WASHINGTON — The Air Force announced Wednesday that it has finalized a plan to extend the life of the runway at Offutt Air Force Base by 20 y
WASHINGTON — The increasing frequency of Russian pilots “buzzing” American planes is a dangerous development, Rep.
America’s manufacturing sector has a big need over the next decade.
WASHINGTON — A new highway bill is headed for President Barack Obama’s desk.