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Senators advance LB266 to Final Reading

The 2020 session of the 106th Nebraska Legislature is in its third week. Senators introduced 482 new legislative proposals this session. Over the next 30 days, the 14 standing committees will conduct a public hearing for each new introduced bill. Read More

January 30, 2020  |  Posted in Legislation

Welcome interns!

Interns Alyssa Ehler and Daniel Young are joining our team to work on both policy issues and communications projects this semester. We're happy they're here! Read More

January 23, 2020  |  Posted in General

Nebraska Legislature convenes for 60-day session

The 106th Nebraska Legislature has convened for its short, 60-day session, with April 23 slated as the final day. Many priority issues and carryover bills from last session need to be addressed in this limited time, so it will be a very busy few months. Read More

January 09, 2020  |  Posted in General Legislation

In-home family child care providers play a key role in a community’s viability

As small business owners, in-home family child care providers juggle the same issues as any other independent Nebraska business. They, too, worry about profit and loss, government regulation and insurance. It’s time we recognize and celebrate family in-home child care providers for the role they play in the success and quality of life of their communities.

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January 02, 2020  |  Posted in General

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