Phooey Hjalmer, doing the right thing isn't always unpopular. The number of opponents shouldn't necessarily defeat the bill, but maybe the lack of supporters should. The solution the senators have created might not be the correct one; this public hearing was the opportunity for the public to…
4 proponents and 56 opponents and neutrals--doesn't sound like this is the solution; that's what a public hearing is for, taking comments and getting facts; the senators have worked hard to find a solution this year, but this isn't it, drop it, change it, find another, or move on
Great article! This is why I pay to read the newspaper.
"It’s intended to pump up demand for the corn-based fuel and support crop prices for Midwestern grain producers."--is this when we yell, get the government out of my business!
All the things the "wiseman" mentioned as being given actually need to be applied for; those who hate all things social, including socialism, need not apply. Stand up for your principles!
Kim Reynolds sounds like a bold leader
The editorial reads as if it was edited by the Chamber of Commerce: COMPETITIVE SALARIES! Ok, remove the emphasis and add something like "if possible" or "if practical". Try this: "Competitive salaries, as much as practically possible."
users downstream of Omaha will probably notice a different taste too, do to "spring runoff"
Why? No one in the article addressed the question of why they can't keep Nebraska graduates here or recruit new workers to Nebraska. Until they answer that question, seems to me they are wasting their money (and possibly mine) on any new initiatives. I look at one of my children's high schoo…