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Legislative session one-third of way through

The Columbus Telegram 04 Mar 2021
On February 25th, a briefing was held between the Nebraska Department of Environment and Energy (NDEE) and members of the Natural Resources Committee ... LB424 aims to increase local citizen’s voices in the process that counties in Nebraska use to authorize the construction of industrial wind energy projects.
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In FOIA and immigration rulings, Supreme Court gives government the benefit of the doubt

The Los Angeles Times 04 Mar 2021
WASHINGTON —  ... Advertisement ... Pereida is a Mexican citizen who has lived and worked unlawfully in Nebraska for more than 25 years and raised three children. He was convicted in 2010 of “criminal impersonation” under Nebraska law for using a fake Social Security card and was fined $100 ... The government won in federal courts in Nebraska and St.
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Supreme Court Won’t Disturb Deportation Order Against Man who Fraudulently Used Social Security Card

The Epoch Times 04 Mar 2021
Clemente Avelino Pereida, a married Mexican citizen now with three children, who illegally entered the United States in 1995, was convicted in Nebraska of attempted criminal impersonation, a ...
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Commissioners conduct road plan hearing

Rapid City Journal 04 Mar 2021
The latest meeting of the Dawes County Commissioners in regular session was at 9.01 a.m. Feb. 23. The meeting was also set up on zoom and called to order by Chairman, Jake Stewart ... 2021-10 acknowledges the rights of citizens by the Nebraska State Constitution to make appropriate virus-related health care decisions for themselves and their families ... ....
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7-year-old Alabama girl runs lemonade stand to help fund her own brain surgery

Atlantic City 04 Mar 2021
Overall, a high rate of uninsured citizens aggravates all public health challenges ... Nebraska ... Obesity is a public health challenge in Nebraska, as is excessive drinking, according to the UHF report—although the former is on the rise and the latter is getting better.
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Midlands Voices: Nebraska schools are a key instrument for combatting racism

Omaha World-Herald 03 Mar 2021
Racism is alive in Nebraska ... It is imperative to the Nebraska State Board of Education to ensure that every student feels safe and welcome on a bus, walking to school, in the classroom, in the hallway, on the court or on the stage ... We are building a society every day through the education of Nebraska’s students.
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Garfield County awarded grant for fairgrounds improvements

The Grand Island Independent 02 Mar 2021
Garfield County has received a Community Development Block Grant for $435,000 that will be used for improvements of the fairgrounds at Burwell, which each year hosts Nebraska’s Big Rodeo ... Nebraska’s Big Rodeo was started in 1921 by the citizens of Burwell, who wanted to reflect the western heritage of the town.
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Legal action filed against ethanol plant

Norfolk Daily News 02 Mar 2021
LINCOLN - The Nebraska Attorney General’s Office has ... Jim Macy, director of the Nebraska Department of Environment and Energy said this is a result of numerous concerns shared from citizens and an investigation into the matter.
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Great Plains Health CEO Mel McNea to retire in December

The North Platte Telegraph 02 Mar 2021
Anthony's Hospital in O'Neil, Nebraska, and at St ... “McNea has led healthcare transformation in west-central Nebraska with passion, integrity and boundless energy, all with one goal in mind – to improve access to healthcare to the citizens of western Nebraska, eastern Colorado and northern Kansas,” said Mack.
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Westside journalism students cry censorship over administration's effort to review content

Omaha World-Herald 02 Mar 2021
The dispute at Westside has bubbled up as Nebraska lawmakers consider a bill from Sen ... Such prior review policies are common in Nebraska districts ... Morfeld said prior review is widespread in Nebraska. He said public schools are a training ground for future citizens and should embrace and reflect democratic norms.
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Vaccine Process Discriminates Against Non-English Speakers, People Without Cars

truthout 02 Mar 2021
Later that day, the governor’s communications director tweeted that “while the federal government is expected to eventually make the vaccine available for everyone in the country, Nebraska is going to prioritize citizens and legal residents ahead of illegal immigrants.” ...
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As Legislature considers bill, Westside journalism students cry censorship over administration's effort to review content

Scottsbluff StarHerald 02 Mar 2021
The dispute at Westside has bubbled up as Nebraska lawmakers consider a bill from Sen ... Such prior review policies are common in Nebraska districts ... Morfeld said prior review is widespread in Nebraska. He said public schools are a training ground for future citizens and should embrace and reflect democratic norms.
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Nebraskans have done a good job being precautious

Norfolk Daily News 01 Mar 2021
According to the New York Times, Nebraska has seen a 14% decrease in new COVID cases over the past two weeks in comparison to the weeks prior ... This decision was, no doubt, also influenced by the fact that the COVID vaccine is rapidly being administered to Nebraska’s most at-risk citizens.

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