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LWVNE Publishes Spring 2024 Nebraska Voter Newsletter

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The spring 2024 edition of the League of Women Voters of Nebraska’s quarterly newsletter – the Nebraska Voter – is now available as a PDF at this link on the LWVNE website. The spring 2024 issue includes updates on the 108th (short) session of the Nebraska Legislature, which ended April 18, in reports by the action vice president anddirectors/co-directors in the areas of disability and behavioral health, education policy, government, health policy, natural resources and energy, and social policy.

The spring 2024 Nebraska Voter also includes Stories on: 

  • The launch of the LWVNE’s online voters’ guide, VOTE411;
  • Seeking volunteers for a voter turnout project for Nebraska’s May 14 primary;
  • Actions taken by the LWVNE at meetings in March and April;
  • The national League’s new DEI policy;
  • A May 2 Lunch and Learn program on the Food Bank of Lincoln;
  • A 99-year-old woman who registered to vote with the help of the LWVNE 
  • The League’s participation in the Husker Vote Coalition.
  • Feature story on Jan Gauger, longtime LWVLL member, who died at the age of 95 on Feb. 14, 2024.
  • An “In the News” round-up of recent letters to the editor by League members published by the news media.
  • Reports by LWVNE officers, including the co-presidents, action vice president, membership vice president and treasurer.
  • Reports by the LWVNE directors/co-directors of communications, disability and behavioral health, education policy, government, health policy, natural resources and energy, social policy, voter services and the DEIJA Committee.
  • Reports by local League presidents from Greater Omaha, Hastings, Lincoln/Lancaster County and Seward County.

An “In this issue” directory is included on page 1 so that readers can turn to the stories and reports in which they are most interested as they peruse the newsletter.

We hope you enjoy the latest issue of the Nebraska Voter.

Dianne Bystrom, editor

Charlyne Berens, associate editor

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