Senator Jerry Moran's Public Statements


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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4/04/14 Letter to Lawrence Strickling, Assistant Secretary for Communications and Information, National Telecommunications and Information Administration - Answers from Administration on Internet Transition 3/20/14 Kansas City Startup Economy Receives International Attention 2/25/14 Letter to Tom Wheeler, Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission - FCC's Multi-Market Study of Critical Information Needs 2/24/14 Free Speech Protection 12/17/13 Moran, Udall Urge Overhaul of Federal IT Oversight to Save Taxpayers Billions of Dollars 11/25/13 Kansas Common Sense - Introducing Amendments to the National Defense Authorization Act 11/20/13 Sen. Moran Offers Federal IT Savings, Accountability and Transparency Amendment to NDAA 11/20/13 Sen. Moran Offers Amendment to Protect National Guard Role in Cyber Missions 11/05/13 Letter to Tom Wheeler, Federal Communications Commission - Keep Robust Rural Broadband Infrastructure Improvements 9/24/13 Letter to Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, Dept of Health and Human Services - Electronic Health Records 7/29/13 Silicon Valley Immigration 2/13/13 Startup Act 3.0 Introduced By Senators Blunt, Moran, Warner And Coons 10/22/12 The Importance of the Technology Sector to the American Economy 10/18/12 Sen. Moran to FTC: Technology Firms Drive U.S. Economy 9/14/12 Meeting with New FCC Commissioners to Discuss Broadband, Spectrum 5/07/12 Sen. Moran Statement on Senate Confirmation of Ajit Pai to FCC 4/30/12 Kansas Common Sense - Victory: Farmers and Ranchers Voices Heard 1/23/12 Kansas Common Sense - A Free and Open Internet 1/23/12 The Internet 1/20/12 Wyden and Moran Respond to the Postponing of Protect IP Vote in the Senate 1/20/12 Moran: Majority Leader's Decision to Withdraw PIPA Demonstrates Power of Engaged Citizens Using the OPEN Internet 12/19/11 Kansas Common Sense - Keeping the Internet OPEN 12/17/11 Wyden, Moran, Cantwell Introduce IP Protection Bill that Will Not Break the Net 5/20/11 Letter to the Honorable Julius Genachowski, Chairman, Federal Communications Commission 4/06/11 Letter to Julius Genachowski, FCC Chairman 3/30/11 Sen. Moran: Google Announcement Great News for Kansas 6/18/08 Moran Calls for New Competition for Air Force Tanker Contract 3/27/07 Moran Asks Ag Committee to Investigate Farm Service Agency Shortfalls 3/29/05 Moran to take Viewers' Calls Durring Apperance on Kansas Public Television 3/21/05 Moran Sponsors Legislation to Strengthen the Freedom of Information Act 9/15/04 Letter to Andrew J. Heyward, President, CBS News