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    1. Republicans Have Their Way In First Skirmish Of Redistricting Battle

      Republicans Have Their Way In First Skirmish Of Redistricting BattleNebraska StatePaper.comThe officially nonpartisan Nebraska Legislature has a solid Republican majority, and those with the majority draw the lines. The partisan fuss always includes arguments, allegations and assertions centering on whether the federal courts would allow ...and more »
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    2. Nebraska Legislature Advances $7 Billion Budget With Hardly A Word Of Debate

      Nebraska Legislature Advances $7 Billion Budget With Hardly A Word Of DebateNebraska StatePaper.comRuss Karpisek of Wilber saw his proposal to strike the $25 million, dedicated to a University of Nebraska research park in Grand Island, gather just five votes. There were 37 votes against it. The budget bill (LB377) advanced on a 40-2 vote. ...and more »
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    3. Redistricting And Partisanship Together In The Unicameral

      Redistricting And Partisanship Together In The UnicameralNebraska StatePaper.comWhen it's time to redraw legislative districts there will be partisanship in the officially nonpartisan Legislature. Routine protestations and denials arrived on time Thursday when a special legislative committee began looking at proposed maps for ...and more »
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    4. Nebraska Senate Race: Stenberg vs. Bruning Now Official

      Nebraska Senate Race: Stenberg vs. Bruning Now OfficialNebraska StatePaper.comThis is Stenberg's third bid for the Senate. In 2000, he narrowly lost a bid to defeat incumbent Democratic Sen. Ben Nelson. It was the closest Senate race in Nebraska history. Stenberg noted he overcame an approximately 30-point deficit in the polls ...and more »
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