Day Lee Briefing

Today's Agenda

Today, Senator Lee will meet with representatives of the American Psychological Association, the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, the American College of Cardiology, and the Dixie Regional Medical Center. He will also participate in the congressional ceremony marking the 11th anniversary of 9/11.

 

From the Senator's Desk

On Twitter

Around the Water Cooler

How the nation and the world are commemorating 9/11

At Israel's Sept. 11 memorial - a 30-foot bronze sculpture of a waving American flag that morphs into a memorial flame - the father of one victim endorsed the crackdown on terrorism. Dov Shefi, the father of Hagay Shefi, who was attending a conference that day in the twin towers, said, "Let us hope that the free world will continue to fight against leaders of terrorist organizations and their supporters; let all the souls of the thousands of victims whose names are marked on this great living memorial in Jerusalem be remembered from here to eternity."

 

Germany says "great uncertainty" about US debt

German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble questioned on Tuesday how the United States could deal with its high levels of government debt after November's presidential election.

 

Looking Ahead

Tomorrow, Senator Lee will meet with representatives of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, the National Farmers Union, the New Car Dealers of Utah, and the National Conference of Bankruptcy Judges. He will also host a Jell-O bar for office visitors at 3:30 PM EDT (1:30 MDT).

 

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#RoadLessTraveledUtah Photo Contest

Utah has over 43,000 miles of public roads. These roads connect communities, pass through some of the most beautiful landscapes in the country, and they enable Utahns to enjoy an enviable standard of living. Senator Mike Lee would like to showcase an outstanding collection of Utah’s roads in his Washington DC office. You are invited by Senator Mike Lee and Utahgram to submit your photographs of Utah’s roads to this Instagram photo contest.