Lincoln (Neb.) - April 1, 1998 - A bipartisan examination of the problem of entitlement reform will be the subject of the 19th annual E.J. Faulkner Lecture April 17 at the University of Nebraska.
Nebraska's U.S. senators, Democrat Bob Kerrey and Republican Chuck Hagel, will speak on the subject at 10 a.m. in Kimball Recital Hall on City Campus. Following their separate addresses, Kerrey and Hagel will accept questions from the audience.
The best-known examples of entitlements are the Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid programs.
The lecture is free and open to the public. Overflow seating is available in the Centennial Room at the Nebraska Union, 14th and R streets. The lecture also will be available via closed circuit television anywhere on campus.
Woodmen Accident and Life Co. of Lincoln sponsors the
Faulkner lecture series through a grant to the University of
Nebraska Foundation, in conjunction with the College of Business
Administration. The series is named for the late E.J. Faulkner,
who served for more than 60 years with Woodmen and was the
company's chief executive officer for 44 years.
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