League of Women Voters of Nebraska
Before each legislative session, members of the LWVNE state board of directors review bills to identify areas of interest to League members and legislation that would impact its program positions. The LWV does not take a position on an issue without careful study. Studies take place on the local, state and national levels.
This report recaps the outcome of bills that were considered a priority or of interest by the LWVNE during the recent 107th Legislature, second session.
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@TeamPillen not releasing his daily schedule. “The governor’s schedule gives us all insight into his priorities and helps keep the public informed about the work he’s doing on our behalf” said Gavin Geis of @CommonCauseNE. #NebraskaRead More
There is a reason bills to reform campaign finance are always heard in the last week of hearings. Politicians don't want to reform the system. #NELeg #NebraskaRead More