What is the Commission of Industrial Relations? How does it impact your say in the cost of public services to taxpayers?
Learn more about our plan to strengthen Nebraska's families and businesses through responsible tax reform.
Upward mobility in Nebraska could be jeopardized by a 24% hike in the state's minimum wage.
After two years of debate on proposals for Medicaid Expansion, it is time to consider alternatives that can improve health care options and outcomes for Nebraska’s most vulnerable citizens.
Now that 43 other states have implemented school choice initiatives, there is a wealth of knowledge to help Nebraska create school choice programs to meet the unique educational needs of families and children.
Flawed accounting assumptions threaten retirement security for public workers, reliable services for residents and taxpayers, and reasonable choices for policymakers in guiding the city's future growth and development.
This study compares 2012-2013 standardized test scores for low-income and minority students from Omaha Public Schools and the city's private Catholic Schools. The results show that demographics can't be an excuse when it comes to providing high quality education and achievement opportunities for all Nebraska's young people.
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