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From the air, it appears as an unrolled piece of parchment headed with "We The People," and emblazoned with a bison underscored by a pair of hashtags reading #No45 and #NoKXL.
OK, this isn't quite settled, but Mike Flood could be heading back to the Legislature.
Bob Kerrey rescinded his acceptance of Creighton University's invitation to be its 2019 commencement speaker in a letter stating that he does not want that moment of celebration to be "interrupted with politics."
A former staff member for Gov. Pete Ricketts' re-election campaign said he regretted posting thousands of comments to an online chatroom, including many that contained racial and homophobic slurs and anti-Semitic rhetoric.
That vote by a five-member majority of the Legislature's Appropriations Committee not to attach a "pro-life" or anti-abortion message or restriction to its recommended health care funding appropriations this year looked like a declaration of independence.
Jane Kleeb is writing a book in defense of rural America.
Jim Rogers is returning to his role as the Nebraska Democratic Party's executive director.
FBI agents questioned state and county election officials and state political party leaders about two international election observers who toured Nebraska before November's general election.