Sides weigh in on plan to fight high property taxes by limiting school spending

In News, on February 10th, 2016

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Lincoln, NE – Supporters applauded Gov. Pete Ricketts’ proposal to combat property taxes by holding down school spending, while opponents warned it could force damaging cuts to education.

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City Council approves cell tower, talks HDR redevelopment agreement

In News, on February 10th, 2016

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Omaha City Council members heard some stern words during yesterday’s Council meeting. Many Omahans are angry over how the City is handling a proposal by architecture firm HDR to move its headquarters downtown.

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Police chase debate continues; payday lending proposal previewed

In News, on February 9th, 2016

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Lincoln, NE – Nebraska lawmakers are continuing to debate who should be regarded as an innocent third party when someone is injured or killed in a police chase. And lawmakers are preparing to hear a proposal to limit the costs of so-called payday loans.

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Packer Hog Ban Lifted; Proposal To Combat Sex Assaults On Campus Heard

In News, on February 8th, 2016

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Meatpackers with plants in Nebraska will be able to own hogs in the state, under a bill passed by the Legislature

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Property tax relief proposal questioned; lawmakers debate liability in police chases

In News, on February 5th, 2016

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Lincoln, NE – Gov. Pete Ricketts proposal to relieve property taxes by holding down local spending and limiting ag land valuation increases ran into questions in a public hearing Thursday. And lawmakers debated who counts as an innocent third party during police chases in Nebraska.

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Legislature considers making 18-year-olds eligible for senator, governor, judge

In News, on January 29th, 2016

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Lincoln, NE – Nebraska voters would be asked if they want to let 18-year -olds serve as legislators, Supreme Court judges and the governor under a proposal being debated in the Legislature.

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