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Apr 4, 2014 | St. Clair Times

Rogers brings flag to Head Start

Mar 26, 2014 | Alabama Nursing Home Association

Rogers Tours Northeast Alabama Nursing Home

Feb 5, 2014 |

Obamacare bad for business? That's no surprise to Rep. Mike Rogers

Alabama Congressman Mike Rogers said reports the Affordable Care Act could push millions of employees out of the workforce in the coming years "comes as no surprise." "We've known Obamacare is a flawed law that will hurt folks across east Alabama. It has already had a negative impact across the Third (Congressional) District with rising premiums for less health care coverage," he said.

Jan 13, 2014 | Space News

Changing the Military’s Approach to Commercial Satellite Services

It’s time to change the way the military purchases commercial satellite services. Our current method of procuring these services is too expensive, lacks strategic foresight, puts our troops at risk and disadvantages the U.S. industrial base. The Department of Defense (DoD) relies on commercial satellite services to meet the needs of the warfighter, most prominently in the area of communications. Helpfully, there is a robust commercial market for satellite communications, driven in part by high-definition-television-loving people around the globe. The military greatly benefits from...

Jan 9, 2014 | Defense One

Rogers: Hagel's Nuclear Site Tour a Good Start

Positive policy comes from positive interactions. This is especially true of the military and its leaders. It's heartening to see that Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel is taking this truth to heart with the U.S. nuclear arsenal. Today, he begins a trip that will swing him through the brain and muscle of America's nuclear deterrent. His visits to the Sandia National Laboratories, in Albuquerque, where we are rebuilding our nuclear warheads, and F.E. Warren Air Force Base, in Cheyenne, Wyo., where we deploy some of them, begin a welcome display of leadership to the men and women in...

Nov 18, 2013 | New York Times

A Russian GPS Using U.S. Soil Stirs Spy Fears

WASHINGTON — In the view of America’s spy services, the next potential threat from Russia may not come from a nefarious cyberweapon or secrets gleaned from the files of Edward J. Snowden, the former National Security Agency contractor now in Moscow.

Oct 31, 2013 |

Rep. Mike Rogers calls on bipartisan committee to protect national defense: 'Indiscriminate budget reductions are devastating'

The funding cuts that have crippled training and stymied modernization programs are hurting the nation's ability to protect itself, according to Rep. Mike Rogers, who said the country has been forced to delay much-needed work on its nuclear arsenal. "Indiscriminate budget reductions are devastating our national security. Whether it is funding depot level maintenance to ensure the readiness of our military or modernizing our strategic weapons, these poorly managed budget decisions are quickly turning the most powerful military in the world into a hollow force," Rogers said.