Senator Jerry Moran's Public Statements

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Full Name: Jerry Moran
Current Office: U.S. Senate - Jr, Republican
First Elected: 11/02/2010
Last Elected: 11/02/2010
Next Election: 2016
Gender: Male
Family: Wife: Robba; 2 Children: Kelsey, Alex
Birth Date: 05/29/1954
Birth Place: Great Bend, KS
Home City: Hays, KS
Religion: Methodist
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Issue Position: Education 5/05/14 Kansas Common Sense - Discussing Kansas Education Priorities with Secretary Duncan 7/29/13 Silicon Valley Immigration 5/22/13 Agriculture Reform, Food, and Jobs Act of 2013 - Continued 5/13/13 Kansas Common Sense - Victory for Common Sense 4/22/13 Kansas Common Sense - Flying at Half-Staff 3/14/13 Sen. Moran Works to Stop Termination of Military Tuition Assistance 10/03/11 Visiting with School Superintendents about Education in Kansas 8/26/11 Senator Moran: Strong Schools Make for a Better Kansas 8/02/11 Amending the Education Sciences Reform Act of 2002 3/02/11 Sens. Roberts and Moran Support Waiver Issued to McPherson School District 6/06/10 This Week in Congress 3/15/10 This Week In Congress 3/08/10 This Week In Congress 3/01/10 This Week In Congress 2/16/10 This Week In Congress 2/01/10 This Week In Congress 10/05/09 Op-Ed: This Week In Congress 9/25/09 House Passes Moran Legislation To Recognize Job Corps On 45th Anniversary 9/22/09 National Job Corps Day 9/21/09 Op-Ed: This Week in Congress 3/04/09 Moran Sponsors Legislation To Reduce Wasteful Spending 7/02/08 Moran Announces Legislation to Reduce Dependence on Foreign Oil Through Improved Public Transportation 6/20/08 Moran Supports Passage of 21st Century GI Bill 9/13/07 Moran Supports Legislation to Lower College Costs 5/21/07 This Week in Congress 5/03/07 Moran Introduces Legislation to Ease the Burdens of No Child Left Behind 3/26/07 This Week in Congress, March 26, 2007 3/07/07 The Reality of a Modern Day School Teacher 3/05/07 This Week in Congress, 3/5 9/29/06 Moran Bill Highlights Common Sense Solutions to Aid Kansas Schools 3/27/06 This Week in Congress - March 27, 2006 7/12/05 Moran Works to Better Fund Special Education 6/28/05 Departments of Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education, and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 2006 6/20/05 Moran Sponsors Bill to Give States More Flexibility in Education Policy 7/19/04 Honoring Norbert Dreiling of Hays, Kansas 7/16/04 Concerning the Importance of the Distribution of Food in Schools to Hungry or Malnourished Children Around the World 7/06/04 Expressing the Sense of Congress that the President Posthumously Award the Presidential Medal of Freedom to Harry W. Colmery 5/17/04 Editorial: Teaching Success 5/13/04 Brown v. Board of Education 1/01/11 Issue Position: Education