The tragic death of George Floyd at the hands of a Minneapolis Police Officer has taught Nebraskans the difference between protestors and rioters and the importance of listening and offering solutions to problems.
With the Nebraska Legislature set to gather again in about a month (July 20), the most frequently asked question is will they get anything accomplished with just 17 days left?
Last year, Nebraskans came together in the wake of unprecedented flooding to prove the meaning of “Nebraska Strong.” After experiencing the most widespread natural disaster in state history during the spring of 2019, Nebraskans worked to rebuild bigger and better than before. The recovery was remarkable. By the last quarter of 2019, Nebraska had the fastest-growing economy in the Midwest.
J. L. Schmidt, Statehouse Correspondent, Nebraska Press Assn.
Today we know a lot more about COVID-19 than we did before the outbreak first occurred in China’s Wuhan Province. Unfortunately, those who make the policies for our states, do not always get their information from the right sources.