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The Nebraska State Capitol at sunset on Feb. 17, 2022. The image has "Keeping up with the Legislature, Weekly Updates on the 2022 Legislative Session" in writing.

Keeping up with the Legislature: April 11-13

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April 11-13: Holocaust education, drug and alcohol immunity and election changes “Constitutional carry” legislation stalls, falls short by two votes A bill to allow Nebraskans to...
The Nebraska State Capitol at sunset on Feb. 17, 2022. The image has "Keeping up with the Legislature, Weekly Updates on the 2022 Legislative Session" in writing.

Keeping Up With the Legislature: March 28-April 1

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March 28-April 1: Budget adjustments, furries and prison reform debate Legislature approves budget adjustments, Ricketts will take five days to review State senators gave final approval...
Sen. Lynne Walz of Fremont, chair of the Education Committee, introduces legislation at a news conference in the Nebraska State Capitol on March 16, 2022.

Legislators seek higher percentage of postsecondary-educated Nebraskans by 2030

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Higher education institutions could adopt a statewide goal aimed to increase the percentage of Nebraskans who have a postsecondary education. A legislative resolution — LR335...
State Sen. Carol Blood introduces one of her bills before the Nebraska Judiciary Committee on March 3, 2022.

Lawmakers consider outlawing ‘stealthing’: nonconsensual condom removal

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Lawmakers opened the conversation March 3 into whether Nebraska should outlaw nonconsensual removal of a condom during sex, also known as “stealthing.” Sen. Carol Blood...
State Sen. Dave Murman introduces one of his bills before the Nebraska Health and Human Services Committee on March 2, 2022.

Lawmakers consider bill to allow physicians to deny services based on...

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Doctors may have a legal way to deny services based on their personal views under a bill considered by the Nebraska Health and Human...
State Sen. Eliot Bostar of Lincoln testifies Feb. 24, 2022, before the Legislature's Government, Military and Veterans Affairs Committee.

Arbor Day, Election Day could be paired through proposed legislation

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Nebraskans could celebrate Election Day and Arbor Day at the same time in a bill considered Feb. 24 by the Legislature’s Government, Military and...
The Nebraska State Capitol pictured at sunset on Feb. 17, 2022.

Nebraska GOP, Democratic priorities for the 2022 legislative session

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The Nebraska Legislature is nonpartisan, but partisan influences still have a large impact on the nation's only Unicameral Legislature. The two largest political parties in...
The Nebraska State Capitol at sunset on Feb. 17, 2022. The image has "Keeping up with the Legislature, Weekly Updates on the 2022 Legislative Session" in writing.

Keeping up with the Legislature: Feb. 14-18

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Feb. 14-18: Groene investigation, health standards and pandemic relief funds Hunt requests investigation into now-former senator Mike Groene Sen. Megan Hunt of Omaha on Feb. 19,...
University of Nebraska President Ted Carter testifies before the Nebraska Appropriations Committee on Feb. 17.

Legislature considers $185 million in federal funding for NU

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The Legislature’s Appropriations Committee considered eight proposals on Feb. 17 that could direct $185 million in federal funds to the University of Nebraska. University of...