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Sen. Ben Sasse, like many Republicans, called for lowering the political temperature as the FBI investigates additional calls for violence.
The Nebraska Attorney General's Office, which called the law "constitutionally suspect" in a previous opinion, says it will appeal to the Nebraska Supreme Court.
The Colorado Springs Gazette reported that President Trump overturned the Air Force secretary's recommendation of Peterson Air Force Base as a political favor to supporters in Alabama.
The mob that broke into the U.S. Capitol spent hours roaming the building, including Statuary Hall where a bronze statue of Ponca Chief Standing Bear was installed in 2019.
No announcements yet, but the two-term lawmaker says "it's tracking that way; it's more likely than not."
A bill sponsored by Sen. Julie Slama of Peru and co-signed by 15 other senators would add occupied vehicles to the list of places an individual could defend with deadly force.
"Don't tell your constituents that you want to do business behind closed doors," Dave Bundy, editor of the Lincoln Journal Star, told members of the Legislature's Rules Committee.
Gov. Pete Ricketts will give his State of the State address on Thursday before the Legislature.
"Here in one of the agricultural powerhouses of the world, we're hemorrhaging both our tax dollars and our food dollars from our communities and school districts by purchasing out-of-state food to feed our kids," Sen. Tom Brandt said.
Another proposed constitutional amendment authored by Sen. Justin Wayne of Omaha would allow senators to serve three consecutive four-year terms rather than the current limit of two terms.
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