"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.
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.
The players were seeking a reversal from the league on its decision to postpone the season, which it on Wednesday announced was beginning in October.
Big Ten meets deadline established by Lancaster County District Court, and lead attorney Mike Flood is taking time to "carefully examine."
Nebraska football players are indeed going to get some information from the Big Ten on an expedited basis in Lancaster County District Court.
"The Big Ten has chosen to dribble out limited, additional information so it can wrongly claim that it has answered our questions while it continues to hide relevant information," Mike Flood said.
In the suit, the players ask the district court for an injunction that would keep the Big Ten from enforcing its postponement.
A group of Nebraska football parents had their request for information from the Big Ten go unanswered, and now they are considering their next move.
The absence of a number of senators for Thursday's most recent session -- prior to adjournment for a four-day weekend -- stirred some concerns among members of the Legislature.
Mike Flood, the former Speaker of the Legislature, said he was considering becoming a 2020 candidate for his former seat in the Legislature, and he later confirmed he would seek election.
Mike Flood's entry into the 2020 legislative race in Norfolk's 19th District is good news.
Former Speaker of the Legislature Mike Flood of Norfolk announced Friday that he will be a candidate for the Legislature in 2020.
OK, this isn't quite settled, but Mike Flood could be heading back to the Legislature.
There are villains and there are villains.
Nebraska lawmakers have dealt with the formalities of electing a speaker and committee heads, and are preparing to jump into the work of closing what could be a more than $1 billion budget gap over two years.