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The state teachers union supports a bill to allow school employees to physically restrain students who become violent, though a host of organizations representing administrators and students with disabilities oppose it.
Only one name was on the ballot when Lincoln County voters went to the polls to choose a state senator in May’s primary election.
Television commercials supporting a Nov. 6 ballot initiative to expand Medicaid for an estimated 90,000 low-income Nebraskans hit airwaves across the state more than a week ago.
The Nebraska State Education Association on Wednesday declared Sens. Merv Riepe of Ralston and Theresa Thibodeau of Omaha "have not been supportive" of public education after they claimed to be education supporters in their campaign mailers.
The 28,000-member Nebraska State Education Association's list of primary election endorsements included recommendations for Democratic Senate candidate Jane Raybould, Democratic gubernatorial candidate Bob Krist and Democratic congressional candidate Brad Ashford in the 2nd District.
Nebraska state senator and gubernatorial candidate Bob Krist accepted the endorsement of the 28,000-member Nebraska State Education Association on Saturday afternoon.
Advocates of public education touted a slew of bills being pushed by state senators Monday, saying the programs would be an investment in the state's future economy and workforce.