The Supreme Court of the United States upheld in Allen v. Milligan a lower court ruling that Alabama must create a second majority Black congressional… Read More »Major Voting Rights Win in Supreme Court
LB753 will go to a final vote, advancing from select file on a vote of 33-11. This bill creates a tax credit to fund private… Read More »Legislature Advances LB753 – Opportunity Scholarship Act
Nebraska parents are one step closer to losing their right to make medical decisions for their children. On April 13, the #NELeg advanced LB574 – banning… Read More »Legislature Advances LB574 – Ban on Gender Affirming Care for Youth
April 12 was a disappointing day at the #NELeg as senators advanced LB626, taking us one step closer to women losing their right to make… Read More »Legislature Advances LB626 – Six Week Abortion Ban
Governor Jim Pillen has appointed Carolyn Bosn of Lincoln to represent District 25 in the Nebraska Legislature. Bosn, an attorney and adjunct professor at the… Read More »Bosn Appointed to Seat Vacated by Geist
An investigative article in the Nebraska Examiner reported that a national group led by former U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVoss spent $710,000 in selected… Read More »Outside group led by DeVoss donated large $$$$ to Unicameral races — WHY?
In the Nebraska Unicameral Legislature, a bill that has priority status is generally considered ahead of other bills in debate. Each senator may select one… Read More »Nebraska senators announce priority bills