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Nebraska lawmakers advance bill to provide aid for Omaha's sewer separation project

Omaha World-Herald 27 Feb 2021
LINCOLN — The Omaha area would get some help with its $2 billion sewer separation project under a bill advanced Friday to debate by the Nebraska Legislature ... Brett Lindstrom of Omaha, would eventually send about $15 million a year to Nebraska communities for sewer and water infrastructure projects, including an estimated $6 million a year to Omaha.
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Optimistic Nebraska revenue forecast brings hope for larger property tax credits

Omaha World-Herald 27 Feb 2021
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Ex-speaker returns to oppose bill that would amend Nebraska's new business incentive program

The North Platte Telegraph 27 Feb 2021
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Nebraska's plan for two-tier Medicaid expansion program suffers second blow

Omaha World-Herald 26 Feb 2021
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Senators hear bill to exempt Social Security benefits from state income tax in Nebraska

Scottsbluff StarHerald 26 Feb 2021
Brett Lindstrom of Omaha pushed Thursday for state tax reform that would be “more friendly for our retirees,” championing a proposal for phased-in exemption of Social Security benefits from the state income tax ... Party ... Party ... Party ... Omaha. Party ... Omaha. Party ... Omaha. Party ... Omaha. Party ... Omaha. Party ... Omaha. Party ... Party ... Omaha. Party ... Omaha. Party ... Omaha. Party ... Party.
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Former Nebraska congressional candidate files to establish the MAGA Patriots Party

The Columbus Telegram 26 Feb 2021
has filed for the second time to establish a new political party in Nebraska. On Monday, Elworth announced the MAGA Patriots Party — a name for a new party proposed by former President Donald Trump — on his personal Facebook page and said he has chosen North Platte to be the party headquarters ... PHOTOS FROM TRUMP'S VISIT TO OMAHA.
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Emails show Omaha police monitoring of activists in 2020

Norfolk Daily News 26 Feb 2021
Omaha police monitored activists’ social media posts and events last year, planted undercover officers at a sidewalk chalk-drawing protest and even tracked birthday party plans for a Black protest organizer ... And they monitored plans for protest organizer Ja Keen Fox’s birthday party at the Culxr House in North Omaha.
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The Public Pulse: Address racial slurs; GOP censure debate; Room to disagree

Omaha World-Herald 26 Feb 2021
Maria Sullivan, Omaha ... Dave Haar, Omaha ... I attended the Douglas County Republican Party Central Committee on Tuesday evening ... Obviously, some Douglas County Republican Party Central Committee members don’t think much of representative democracy ... John Folsom, Omaha ... That doesn’t mean he is a traitor to the Republican Party ... Wendy Leitch, Omaha.
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Nebraska lawmakers consider bill that would strengthen penalties for rioters

Omaha World-Herald 25 Feb 2021
The Thurston lawmaker said she was troubled by scenes of police being targeted by protesters with fireworks, laser pointers and even a long-barreled rifle fired at the Hall of Justice in Lincoln during several nights of civil unrest in Lincoln and Omaha last summer ... Omaha Sen ... Omaha Sen ... Party ... Party ... Party ... Omaha. Party ... Omaha. Party ... Omaha. Party ... Omaha.
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Gun rights advocates back bill that would ban Nebraska from enforcing any new federal gun laws

Omaha World-Herald 25 Feb 2021
Aaron Hanson of the Omaha Police Officers Association testified in favor of the bill, saying that metro areas, as well as Sand Hill counties, could decide what's appropriate ... Party ... Party ... Party ... Omaha. Party ... Omaha. Party ... Omaha. Party ... Omaha. Party ... Omaha. Party ... Omaha. Party ... Party ... Omaha. Party ... Omaha. Party ... Omaha. Party ... Party ... Party ... Party ... Party ... Omaha. Party ... Party.
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Preston Love Jr.: King's dream is not achieved as Nebraska carries out assaults on democracy

Omaha World-Herald 25 Feb 2021
I reflect on the iconic speech of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in the summer of 1963, where he spoke of his famous dream ... is a longtime Omaha civic engagement activist who also teaches black studies at the University of Nebraska at Omaha ... Senate last year, after the Nebraska Democratic Party disavowed primary winner Chris Janicek and endorsed Love. .
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Taxing candy and soft drinks in Nebraska could raise $33 million

Omaha World-Herald 24 Feb 2021
John McCollister of Omaha said Wednesday his proposal to expand the state sales tax base to include candy and soft drinks would raise an estimated $33 million in state revenue in the 2021-2022 fiscal year and suggested "we could talk about where the money should go." ... Party ... Party ... Party ... Omaha. Party ... Omaha. Party ... Omaha. Party ... Omaha. Party ... Omaha. Party.
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Bill calls for sex abuse prevention training for Nebraska students

Scottsbluff StarHerald 24 Feb 2021
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