Federal grants help Nebraska communities grow. Research has advanced and allowed us to discover lifesaving cures.
The Legislature convenes in a few months. It’s a long session in a non-election year, traditionally the best time to talk about that 800-pound elephant in the room, taxes.
About a month after he blew the whistle on a discrepancy in the State Treasurer’s office, a newspaper has blown the whistle on the alleged workday habits of State Auditor Charlie Janssen.
A mother from Omaha recently called my Washington D.C. office to share her son’s heart-wrenching story of opioid addiction.
This week, we kicked off a year-long celebration of the 100th anniversary of the American Legion, which was chartered by Congress in 1919.