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The winter 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 winter 2024 issue includes:

An “in memoriam” to Dr. Deborah Turner, national president of the LWVUS and former member of LWVGO, who died on Jan. 28 from complications from a pulmonary embolism.

A summary of the LWVNE’s legislative priorities for the 108th (short) session of the Legislature and a table of the 48 bills it is tracking.

Stories on the LWVNE’s Legislative Day on Feb. 14; actions taken at its Jan. 27 and Dec. 9 board meetings; information about participation in the Documenters program; and updates on Support Our Schools, Protect Our Rights and other petitions circulating in Nebraska.

Features on members Elayne Landwehr, Hastings, and Caroline Sedlacek, Omaha, and by Candide Santiago, Omaha.

An “In the News” round-up of recent letters to the editor and op-ed by League members published by the news media.

Upcoming events of interest on legislative issues, Nebraska climate action plan and urban soil health.

Reports by state officers and directors, including the co-presidents; membership vice president; treasurer; and directors of disability and behavioral health, voter services and DEI. 

Reports by local League presidents from Greater Omaha, Hastings and Seward County.

An “In this issue” directory is included on page 3 so that readers can turn to the stories and reports in which they are most interested as the peruse the newsletter.

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