A bill to extend employment discrimination protections was approved by lawmakers April 29.Read more
Lawmakers gave first-round approval April 28 to a bill intended to improve the personal finance skills of Nebraska students.Read more
A bill that seeks to extend employment discrimination protections was advanced from general file April 6.Read more
Members of the Business and Labor Committee discussed a proposal March 1 to increase the minimum wage incrementally over 10 years.Read more
Nebraskans with nonviolent drug convictions could apply for “clean slate” relief under a bill heard by the Judiciary Committee Feb. 19.Read more
The state’s two largest police departments would be subject to citizen oversight boards under a bill considered Feb. 2 by the Urban Affairs Committee.Read more
So, which is more of a full-contact sport: wrestling or politics?
“Probably politics,” new Omaha Sen. Terrell McKinney said with a chuckle.Read more