Rep. Lee Terry visits South Carolina Boeing plant with Nebraska ties

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Rep. Lee Terry said he still favors a health care program modeled after the federal employee health care system.

Posted: Tuesday, August 27, 2013 12:00 am

WASHINGTON — It might seem odd that an Omaha congressman would visit businesses in South Carolina, but Rep. Lee Terry was at a Charleston Boeing plant Monday in part because that company pumps millions of dollars into Nebraska.

The Republican congressman said manufacturing is a potential bright spot in the economy, but Congress needs to help the sector become more competitive.

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