Secretary Charles 'Chuck' T. Hagel's Public Statements

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Full Name: Charles 'Chuck' T. Hagel
Current Office: U.S. Secretary of Defense, Republican
First Appointed: 01/2013
Gender: Male
Family: Wife: Lilibet; 2 Children: Allyn, Ziller
Birth Date: 10/04/1946
Birth Place: North Platte, NE
Home City: Omaha, NE
Religion: Episcopalian
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6/11/08 Hagel Meets with South Korean National Security Advisor on U.S. Beef 5/15/08 Hagel Opposes Farm Bill Passed by Senate 4/18/08 Hagel Statement on South Korea's Resumption U.S. Beef Imports 2/14/08 Hagel Re-Introduces Beginning Farmers and Ranchers Tax Incentive Act 12/14/07 Hagel Opposes Senate Farm Bill 4/20/07 Letter to The Honorable George W. Bush, President of the United States 3/29/07 2006 Annual Report 3/08/07 Hagel Cosponsors Bill to Exempt Manure from EPA Regulation 1/12/07 Hagel Re-Introduces Legislation to Help Nebraska's Rural Communities and Livestock Producers 1/12/07 Hagel Joins Senators in Re-Introducing Disaster Assistance Legislation 1/09/07 Hagel Stresses Importance of U.S. Beef to South Korean Officials 1/05/07 Hagel Cosponsors Livestock Compensation Program 9/20/06 Congress Reauthorizes Livestock Mandatory Reporting Act 8/02/06 CRP Acres to be Released for Grazing in Sioux County 7/27/06 Hagel Statement on Japanese Government's Decision to Re-Open Japanese Markets to U.S. Beef 7/26/06 Hagel Statement on News Report of Japanese Government's Decision to Re-Open Japanese Markets to U.S. Beef 7/18/06 Hagel Cosponsors Bill to Exempt Manure from EPA Regulation 7/17/06 USDA Announces Federal Disaster Declaration for 49 Nebraska Counties 6/09/06 Letter to Secretary Johanns in Support of Governor's Disaster Declaration Request from USDA 1/25/06 Hagel Sends Letter to Johanns About GIPSA Blocking Investigations 1/25/06 Hagel Praises Taiwan's Resumption of Beef Trade with the U.S. 1/20/06 Hagel Statement Regarding U.S. Beef Exports to Japan 1/18/06 Hagel Praises Singapore's Plan to Resume Beef Trade with the U.S. 11/03/05 Senate Passes Agriculture Appropriations Bill 10/31/05 Hagel Applauds Japanese Food Safety Commission Panel Report Following Japanese Ambassador's Visit to Nebraska 10/20/05 Hagel Announces Japanese Ambassador to Visit Nebraska 10/18/05 Hagel, Heineman Send Letter to Johanns About FSA Closure Plans 9/22/05 Senate Passes Agriculture Appropriations Bill 7/29/05 Hagel Statement on U.S. Treasury Issuing Clarification for Cuba Agriculture Trade With the U.S. 6/24/05 Hagel Statement on USDA Announcement of BSE Test Results 6/22/05 Statement by U.S. Senator Chuck Hagel "Dr. Richard Raymond Nominee to be Under Secretary of Agriculture for Food Safety" 5/26/05 Hagel Statement on Raymond Nomination 5/16/05 Hagel Statement on Carlson and Ibach Appointments 4/07/05 Hagel Statement on Taiwan's Decision to Accept U.S. Beef 3/18/05 Hagel Bill Aims to Revitalize Rural Communities 3/03/05 Hagel Statement on Senate Vote on a Resolution of Disapproval to Prevent USDA from Opening the Canadian Boarder for Beef Trade 2/22/05 Hagel Meets with U.S. Ambassador Designate to Japan to Discuss Lifting Ban on U.S. Beef 2/15/05 Hagel Introduces Bill to Put Responsible Limits on Farm Payments 2/09/05 Hagel Applauds Johanns' Decision Delaying Boxed Beef Importation from Canada 2/06/05 Hagel Statement on Proposed Farm Subsidy Payment Limits in President Bush's Budget 1/20/05 Executive Session 1/20/05 Hagel Statement on Mike Johanns' Nomination Confirmed by Senate 1/06/05 Hearing of Committee on Agriculture, Nutritiona and Forestry on Nomination of Hon. Michael Johanns, to be Secretary of the U.S... 1/01/05 2004 Year End Report 11/17/04 Statement of Support from Senator Chuck Hagel for Consideration of Senator Nelson to be Secretary of Agriculture 11/15/04 Hagel Statement on the Resignation of Secretary Veneman 4/06/04 Letter to Vice President Dick Cheney 2/12/04 Statements on Introduced Bills and Joint Resolutions 12/24/03 Hagel Statement on the First Suspected Case of Mad Cow Disease in the US 7/29/03 The Beginning Farmers and Ranchers Tax Incentive Act of 2003