Nebraska's Senate Duo Hruska and Curtis Spelled Mediocre and Lackluster

May 2013
Moderate Voice;5/6/2013, p9
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The article offers information on Nebraska Senators Roman Hruska and Carl Curtis. It states that both were true Republicans as they were conservative and didn't speak ill of another. It mentions that they both focused on defending interests of Nebraska. It highlights that Hruska supported nomination of judge Harrold Carswell to the U.S. Supreme Court stating that mediocre people should be given representation.


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