Nebraskans recently wrapped up the tax preparation process, and we all know filing is no easy task. According to the National Taxpayers Union Foundation, Americans spend more than six billion hours complying with the 10,000-page tax code, costing our economy $234 billion annually.
Congressman Adrian Smith (R-NE) released the following statement after the House passed H.R. 4923, the American Manufacturing Competitiveness Act, to reform the Miscellaneous Tariff Bill, or MTB, process.
Producers throughout the Third District stress to me how crucial trade is to their economic success. Not only do trade agreements and memberships in international trade organizations open new markets for Nebraska products, but they can also level the playing field for producers, manufacturers, and consumers by ensuring everyone abides by the same set of rules.
Constituents of Third District Congressman Adrian Smith (R-NE) will be able to meet with a representative of Congressman Smith’s office for mobile offices on Tuesday, April 26, in Bartlett, Taylor, Kearney, and Burwell.