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Earlyne F. Tomlinson


Earlyne F. Tomlinson, passed away Sunday, January 31, 2016 at Legacy Garden Rehabilitation and Living Center in Pender, NE.

Funeral Services are pending with Munderloh-Smith Funeral Home.

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Robert Erwin Miller, 74, of Hubbard NE


Robert Erwin Miller, 74, of Hubbard, Nebraska passed away January 28, 2016 surrounded by his family at Mercy Medical Center in Sioux City, Iowa. Funeral services will be 10:30 a.m. Monday, February 1, 2016 at St. Luke Lutheran Church in Emerson, NE; Pastor Gretchen Ritola and Vicar Rebecca Truland will be officiating. Visitation will be held 4:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. with the family present starting at 5:00 p.m. Sunday, January 31, 2016 at St. Luke Lutheran Church with a prayer service starting at 7:00 p.m. Burial will be in Rose Hill Cemetery in Emerson, NE. Memorials may be directed to the family for future designation. Arrangements are under the direction of Munderloh – Smith Funeral Home in Emerson, NE.

Robert was born on June 29, 1941 in Emerson, NE to Otto and Ruth (Jones) Miller. Robert attended and graduated from Emerson High School in 1959. After, graduation Robert married Sara Keuck at Hope Lutheran Church in South Sioux City, NE on June 25, 1960. To this union the family had four children. Robert farmed until his retirement in 1994. After retirement, he worked at Emerson Manufacturing until 2006. He enjoyed wood working, taking care of his garden, flowers and mowing his yard, which he took great pride in doing so. Robert loved traveling and going to his grandchildren’s events.

Those left to cherish his memory are his wife, Sara Miller of Hubbard, NE; children, Warren (Sue) Miller of Allen, NE, Deb (Leon) Steecker of Emerson, NE, Brian Miller of Wakefield, NE, Mike (Tiffany) of Story City, IA; grandchildren, Nick (Kayla) Miller of Wakefield, NE, Cody Miller of Riverside, MO, Jared (Amanda) Miller of Wakefield, NE, Eric and Melissa Steecker of Emerson, NE, Alyssa Miller of Story City, IA, Sierra Miller of Story City, IA; great grandson, Sawyer Miller; brother, Wayne (Cindy) Miller of Hubbard, NE; and many nieces and nephews.

Robert is preceded in death by his parents; and brother, Allen Miller.

Robert Miller

Robert Miller

 

 

Blizzard Watch


POTENTIAL BLIZZARD HEADED FOR THE AREA...

.A STRONG STORM SYSTEM WILL MOVE FROM THE DESERT SOUTHWEST ON
MONDAY AND THROUGH THE CENTRAL PLAINS ON MONDAY NIGHT THROUGH
TUESDAY. THIS WILL SPREAD A WIDE SWATCH OF ACCUMULATING SNOWFALL
TO THE REGION...SOME OF THIS LIKELY HEAVY. AS THE STORM SYSTEM
MOVES THROUGH MISSOURI ON TUESDAY NORTH AND NORTHWEST WINDS WILL
INCREASE CAUSING SIGNIFICANT BLOWING AND DRIFTING OF SNOW AND THE
POTENTIAL FOR BLIZZARD CONDITIONS.


MONONA-HARRISON-SHELBY-THURSTON-BOONE-MADISON-STANTON-CUMING-BURT-
PLATTE-COLFAX-DODGE-WASHINGTON-
INCLUDING THE CITIES OF...ONAWA...MAPLETON...MISSOURI VALLEY...

WOODBINE...LOGAN...DUNLAP...HARLAN...PENDER...MACY...WALTHILL...

WINNEBAGO...ALBION...ST. EDWARD...NORFOLK...STANTON...

WEST POINT...WISNER...TEKAMAH...OAKLAND...LYONS...DECATUR...

COLUMBUS...SCHUYLER...FREMONT...BLAIR
338 AM CST SUN JAN 31 2016

...BLIZZARD WATCH IN EFFECT FROM LATE MONDAY NIGHT THROUGH
TUESDAY EVENING...

...WINTER STORM WATCH IS CANCELLED...

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN OMAHA/VALLEY HAS ISSUED A
BLIZZARD WATCH...WHICH IS IN EFFECT FROM LATE MONDAY NIGHT
THROUGH TUESDAY EVENING. THE WINTER STORM WATCH HAS BEEN
CANCELLED. 

* TIMING...SNOW IS LIKELY TO DEVELOP LATE MONDAY EVENING...AND
CONTINUE OVERNIGHT AND THROUGH THE DAY ON TUESDAY...ENDING ON
TUESDAY EVENING. 

* WINDS/VISIBILITY...WINDS MONDAY NIGHT WILL INCREASE FROM THE
NORTHEAST AT 15 TO 25 MPH...FURTHER INCREASING ON TUESDAY FROM
THE NORTH AT 20 TO 30 MPH WITH GUSTS TO NEAR 40 MPH...AND START
TO DIMINISH ON TUESDAY NIGHT. THE COMBINATION OF THE SNOWFALL
AND STRONG WINDS MAY CREATE VISIBILITY LESS THAN A QUARTER OF A
MILE FOR AN EXTENDED PERIODS OF TIME. 

* SNOW ACCUMULATIONS...THERE IS THE POTENTIAL FOR SNOW AMOUNTS OF
8 INCHES OR MORE. 

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

A BLIZZARD WATCH MEANS THERE IS A POTENTIAL FOR FALLING AND/OR
BLOWING SNOW WITH STRONG WINDS AND EXTREMELY POOR VISIBILITIES.

THIS CAN LEAD TO WHITEOUT CONDITIONS AND MAKE TRAVEL VERY
DANGEROUS.

Winter Storm Watch


POWERFUL WINTER STORM SYSTEM MOVING OUT ACROSS THE CENTRAL
PLAINS MONDAY NIGHT THROUGH TUESDAY EVENING...

.AN AREA OF LOW PRESSURE AT THE SURFACE IS EXPECTED TO ORGANIZE
OVER THE OKLAHOMA PANHANDLE BY MONDAY EVENING. THIS WILL THEN TRACK
NORTHEAST ACROSS KANSAS AND TOWARD THE GREAT LAKES REGION. SNOW IS
EXPECTED TO THE NORTH OF THE TRACK OF THE SYSTEM. STRONG NORTHERLY
WINDS WILL DEVELOP MONDAY NIGHT AND CONTINUE TUESDAY...WITH BLOWING
SNOW AND LOW VISIBILITY. WHITE OUT OR BLIZZARD CONDITIONS MAY
DEVELOP.


MONONA-HARRISON-SHELBY-THURSTON-BOONE-MADISON-STANTON-CUMING-BURT-
PLATTE-COLFAX-DODGE-WASHINGTON-
INCLUDING THE CITIES OF...ONAWA...MAPLETON...MISSOURI VALLEY...

WOODBINE...LOGAN...DUNLAP...HARLAN...PENDER...MACY...WALTHILL...

WINNEBAGO...ALBION...ST. EDWARD...NORFOLK...STANTON...

WEST POINT...WISNER...TEKAMAH...OAKLAND...LYONS...DECATUR...

COLUMBUS...SCHUYLER...FREMONT...BLAIR
320 PM CST SAT JAN 30 2016

...WINTER STORM WATCH IN EFFECT FROM LATE MONDAY NIGHT THROUGH
TUESDAY EVENING...

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN OMAHA/VALLEY HAS ISSUED A WINTER
STORM WATCH...WHICH IS IN EFFECT FROM LATE MONDAY NIGHT THROUGH
TUESDAY EVENING. 

* TIMING...SNOW SHOULD START TO ACCUMULATE BY LATE MONDAY EVENING
AND THEN CONTINUE THROUGH THE DAY TUESDAY. SNOW WILL TAPER OFF
TUESDAY EVENING...THEN WINDS WILL SLOWLY DIMINISH BY LATE
TUESDAY NIGHT.

* MAIN IMPACT...POTENTIAL FOR SNOW AMOUNTS OF 8 INCHES OR MORE. 

* OTHER IMPACTS...STRONG WINDS...WITH GUSTS OF AROUND 40 MPH OR
HIGHER. THIS WILL LEAD TO BLOWING SNOW AND POSSIBLY NEAR
BLIZZARD CONDITIONS.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

A WINTER STORM WATCH MEANS THERE IS A POTENTIAL FOR SIGNIFICANT
SNOW...SLEET...OR ICE ACCUMULATIONS THAT MAY IMPACT TRAVEL.

CONTINUE TO MONITOR THE LATEST FORECASTS.

Joyce E. Gregory, 75, of Fremont NE


Joyce E. Gregory age 75, of Fremont
Died Thursday January 28, 2016
at the Good Samaritan Center in Scribner

Joyce was born January 29, 1940 in Tekamah to Merlin and Annie ‘Smith’ Robinson. She grew up in Tekamah and graduated from Tekamah High School in 1958. She moved to Omaha and worked. She later married and moved to North Carolina before returning to Tekamah to take care of her mother. She attended Bahner College of Hairstyling and raised her family. She then moved to Fremont and worked as a care giver. Her passion was people and mission work. She served missions in Arizona, Utah, Wisconsin and Chicago. Joyce was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Fremont.

Survivors:
Children – Dan (Nikki) Gregory of Fremont
Wendy (Robert) Schmidt of Tekamah
Tim (Pam) Gregory of Meadow Grove
10 grandchildren
5 great grandchildren
2 sisters – Lois of Arizona and Rachael of Omaha

Joyce was preceded in death by a son Matthew, her parents, sisters and brothers.

The funeral will be 10am Monday at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (1160 N. Garden City Rd.). Bishop Seth Chappell will officiate. Burial will be in the Tekamah Cemetery. Visitation will be Sunday from 2pm to 6pm with the family receiving friends from 2pm to 4pm at the Ludvigsen Mortuary Chapel. Memorials will be determined later.

Online guestbook at http://www.Ludvigsenmortuary.com

Joyce Gregory

Joyce Gregory

Peter O. Schmidt, 81, of Oakland NE


Peter O. Schmidt, 81 years, of Oakland, Nebraska passed away Thursday, January 28, 2016 at Nebraska Methodist Hospital in Omaha, Nebraska.

Visitation will be held on Sun., Jan. 31st from 4:00-8:00 p.m. at Pelan Funeral Services in Oakland NE. The family will be receiving friends from 6:00-8:00 p.m. Visitation will also be held one hour prior to service at the church.

The Funeral Service will be held Mon., Feb. 1st at 11:00 a.m. at the First Evangelical Lutheran Church in Oakland NE.

Peter Schmidt

Peter Schmidt

East Husker Conference Basketball Tournament Brackets


The 2016 East Husker Conference Basketball Tournament brackets have been released.  The top seeds in the boys brackets are North Bend Central, Twin River, Stanton and Loganview/Scribner-Snyder.  First round games will be played at these sites on Saturday, January 30.

The Northeast Cougars gained a fifth seed with their 11-3 record.  They will play the second game at Loganview against (6-9) Madison.  Second round game sites will be determined by highest seed remaining.

The top seeds in the girls games are West Point-Beemer, North Bend Central, Howells-Dodge, and Oakland-Craig.

The Lady Cougars will take a 10-5 record into the tournament  as a ninth seed.  They will play a 6:00 P.M. game against (11-6) Tekamah-Herman at West Point.

Cougars Win Two Drop One


By Clare Wiltse, Sports Contributor

The Cougar boys took on three quality opponents this week and came out with two wins and one loss.  Northeast had home wins against Cedar Bluffs and Humphrey/Lindsay Holy Family, but lot on the road to Stanton.

“This is a big week for us,” said Coach Lahm.  “Seedings for the East Husker tournament will be set after this weekend and depending how we fare could have a big impact on where were sit.  We could be as high as fourth and have a first round home game or drop to tenth.”

The Cougars met a physical match when (8-8) Cedar Bluffs came to town.  The Wildcats had a pair of 6′ 4″ posts  to challenge Anderson and Christoffersen and  sharp shooting guards that would stretch the L-D 1-3-1 zone.

Both teams attacked the paint. Northeast got three baskets by Alec Anderson and a three point play by Cole Christoffersen to take a 9-6 lead over Cedar Bluffs who had three scores from the lane.  The Wildcats nailed a pair of threes along with a driving lay-in to move to a five point lead.  In the last minute of period one Anderson came up with a pair of free shots and Tyler Hardeman scored to make it a one point game.  Cedar Bluffs beat the buzzer for a 16-13 lead.

The Cougars caught a break when one the Wildcat’s tall tandem picked up a second foul and sat the whole second period.   The Cougars moved out to a 32-21 half time lead. Alec Anderson came up with seven points.  5’10” Marcus Hegy was able to penetrate and score three times along with a three pointer.

Both teams were back at full strength after intermission and the pace of the game slowed as both teams played very deliberate office.  Cedar Bluffs blocked three shots and the Cougars made only one of nine shots.  Anderson’s goal and pair of free shots were the only Northeast scores while Cedar Bluffs came up with a 11 points including another buzzer beating three pointer for a 36-32 score.

The teams traded treys to open the fourth period before Cedar Bluffs tied the score after two straight baskets.  Alec Anderson made one of two free shots with 4:01 to play to break the tie.  Two minutes later Cole Christoffersen grabbed an offensive rebound and scored for a 42-40 lead.

Anderson got some breathing room with three point play with 1:14 to play.  Northeast led 45-41.  Cedar Bluffs’ sixth trey of the game made it a one point game again.  Marcus Hegy made both ends of a one and one for the winning 47-44 margin.

Alec Anderson score a double-double with 22 points and 11 rebounds.  Marcus Hegy added 12 point.

Cedar Bluffs shot 39 % for the game on 18 for  46 shooting.   The Cougar made 16 of 36 for 44%.  The Cougars won the rebounding battle  31 to 21.

Cedar Bluffs  16 5 11 12 -44
LDNE 13 18 4 11 -47

2pt 3pt FT Rb F TP
Riecken 0 1 0 3 1 3
O’Connor 0 0 0 3 2 0
Christiansen 1 0 0/1 2 2 2
Hegy 3 1 3/4 3 1 12
Anderson 7 0 8/11 11 0 22
Hardeman 1 0 0 2 0 0
Christoffersen 2 0 1/1 7 3 5
LDNE 14/33 2/4 13/17 31 9 47
Cedar Bluffs 12/27 6/19 2/4 21 13 44

The Cougars used a one -two punch to score a first period knock down on the way to a 63-49 win over (9-6) Humphrey/Lindsay Holy Family.

Alec Anderson scored the first fourteen points for the Cougars as the Bulldogs tried to play Northeast straight up on defense.  After they changed to a box-and-one defense to stop Anderson the Cougars turned to Marcus Hegy who scored the next nine points for a 23-9 lead at the quarter.

The rest of the quarters resulted in no change in the deficit.  In the second quarter Hegy and Christoffersen scored four each and Hunter Ferguson closed the period with a trey.

After intermission the scoring slowed to six points per team.  Christoffersen scored twice and Riecken added a basket.

H/LHF never could break the double digit lead in the fourth quarter.  Anderson came back to life with two goals  and Hegy scored three times as Northeast led 50-35.  The last two minutes LDNE made eleven of thirteen tries.  Riecken made four of five, Hegy made three of four and Christiansen and Anderson converted a pair.

Marcus Hegy had a game-high 22 points to lead Northeast.  Alec Anderson put in 20 points.  Cole Christoffersen had a double-double with10 points and 10 rebounds.

The taller Cougars held  a 33-19 advantage in rebounding.  Northeast put up 43 shots and made 22.  The Bulldogs shot 53 times and made only 19.

Humphrey/LHF 9 11 6 23 -49
LDNE 23 11 6 23 -63

2pt 3pt FT Rb F TP
Riecken 1 0 4/5 3 2 6
O’Connor 0 0 0 2 1 0
Christiansen 0 0 2/2 1 3 2
Hegy 6 1 7/9 5 3 22
Ferguson 0 1 0 1 2 3
Anderson 7 1 3/3 9 2 20
Ronnfeldt 0 0 0 1 1 0
Christoffersen 5 0 0 10 2 10
LDNE 18/32 3/11 15/19 33 16 63
H/LHF 15/37 4/16 5/7 19 20 49

The Cougars dropped their Saturday game at Stanton by the score of 69-58.  Northeast led at the half 29-26, but the third period did them in.  The (14-4) Mustangs outscored LDNE 24-11 in the third quarter.

Stanton had four player in double figures.  More stats nest week.

LDNE 15 14 11 18 -58
Stanton 16 10 24 19 -69

Lady Cougars Battle Tough Opposition


By Clare Wiltse, Sports Contributor
The Lady Cougars battled against teams with a combined record of 34-18 the last week.  They dropped (11-7) Cedar Bluffs, but lost to (11-5) Humphrey/Lindsay Holy Family and (12-6) Stanton.  They have a 10-5 record going into a game against (12-3) Oakland -Craig this Thursday.

Northeast never trailed as they defeated Cedar Bluffs 59-28.  Two scores by Abby Peterson opened the game before  Brianne Haskell penetrated the lane for a goal and four free throws.  Northeast closed the period with a trey by Bacon giving LDNE  a 13-6 lead.

Northeast closed the half with 11-2 run for a 29-10 advantage.  Tessie Collins and Lexie Bacon both had five points.

The Cougars outscored the Lady Wildcats 30-18 in the second half.  Brianne Haskell topped the team with 15 points and Lexie Bacon had 14.  Mariah Jessen had six blocked shots.

Cedar Bluffs 6 4 9 9 -28
LDNE 13 16 14 16 -59

2pt 3pt FT Rb F TP
S. Henneman 0 0 0 2 1 0
Simonsen 0 0 0 1 3 0
Wakeley 3 0 0 3 1 6
Haskell 4 0 7/8 7 0 15
Collins 3 0 1/1 7 1 7
Bacon 1 4 0 8 2 14
L. Henneman 1 0 0 2 0 2
Jessen 3 0 1/1 4 4 7
Peterson 4 0 0/1 6 3 8
LDNE 19 4 9/11 40 15 59
Cedar Bluffs 6 3 7/16 21 8 28

The Lady Cougars had a couple of tough EHC games over he weekend.  A slow start and three untimely errors in he fourth quarter led to a 61-49 loss to Humphrey/Lindsay Holy Family.

H/LHF had some long girls to run a 1-3-1 zone defense.  It gave Northeast fits as they could not penetrate it and they settled for outside shots.  They missed all six of their three point attempts.  Brianne Haskell and Abby Peterson score the team’s only goals as they trailed 6-111 at the quarter.

Haskell worked her magic as she was able to dribble through the zone and score.  She had ten points as Northeast railed 26-21 at the half.

The offense came to life in the third period.  Lexie Bacon drained four three-pointers and Northeast pulled to within  one point, 39-40.

H/LHF got the first four points of the fourth quarter before Lexie hit her fifth trey of the half.  After scores from the paint by Jessen and Peterson the Cougars were still down 47-46.   The Lady Bulldogs got two scores off of turnovers to build a 51-46.  Brianne Haskell gave the Cougars another three,  but the scoring ended there  as H/LHF scored ten unanswered points for a 61-49 win.

Bacon topped the team with 18 points and Haskell had 17 points.

H/LHF 11 15 14 21 -61
LDNE 6 15 18 10 -49

2pt 3pt FT Rb F TP
Wakeley 2 0 1/2 3 4 5
Haskell 3 1 8/9 4 5 17
Collins 1 0 0 0 1 2
Bacon 1 5 1/2 9 4 18
Jessen 1 0 0 2 4 2
Peterson 2 0 1/2 5 3 5
LDNE 10 6 11/15 23 22 49
H/LHF 20 1 18/30 38 12 61

The Fillies of Stanton took a 65-55 win on Saturday.   Northeast trailed 29-24 at the half.  After being outscored by nine points in the third period the Lady Cougars fought back to score 20 points in the fourth quarter.

Lexie Bacon was the top scorer with19 points.  She added four three pointers to bring her total to 34 for the season.

Brianne Haskell added ten points.  This moved her into second place in Career Scoring with 888 points.  She moved past Stef  Peterson who had 884.  She trails Kristen Cameron’s record by just 25 points.

Mariah Jessen and Kelly Wakeley were also in double figures with 12 and 10 points respectively.

LDNE 9 15 11 20 -55
Stanton 16 13 20 16 -65

2pt 3pt FT Rb TP
Simonsen 0 0 0 3 0
Wakeley 1 2 2/3 5 10
Haskell 1 2 2/2 1 10
Collins 0 0 0 2 0
Bacon 2 4 3/6 3 19
Jessen 5 0 5/4 1 12
Peterson 2 0 0 8 4
LDNE 11/28 8/21 9/15 23 55
Stanton 17/45 8/20 7/14 34 65

Medicaid Expansion: Expensive, Unreasonable Risk


By Governor Pete Ricketts

“There is no such thing as a free lunch,” said Milton Friedman, winner of the 1976 Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences. The advisor to President Ronald Reagan and British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher also said, “Nothing is so permanent as a temporary government program.” Both of these observations are grounded in truth and both apply to continuing efforts to expand Medicaid in Nebraska

.Medicaid is a joint federal and state program designed to be a safety net for the poorest and sickest citizens. Nobody wants to restrict access to healthcare, but we do want to halt the unnecessary expansion of the program which will shift Medicaid’s focus away from its core mission and expose our state’s budget to unreasonable risk.

Our Unicameral has wisely rejected Medicaid expansion three times in three years. Now, special interest groups and a few senators are pushing for Nebraska to expand Medicaid expansion by using taxpayer dollars to buy private insurance. While this is a new plan, it’s the same story: Medicaid expansion is an expensive and an unreasonable risk to Nebraska taxpayers.

Expanding Medicaid would increase the income limit for eligibility and add primarily able-bodied adults to the program with the federal government promising to match at least 90 percent of the cost. Currently, the federal government generally matches just over 50 percent of Medicaid costs for low-income individuals and families, including pregnant women, children, the elderly, and people with disabilities. States, including Nebraska, have an existing commitment to fund the remaining share to serve the core population of vulnerable citizens.

Research shows that numerous healthcare providers don’t take Medicaid patients because Medicaid only reimburses about half of what private insurance does. If we approve Medicaid expansion, it will make it more difficult for the children, elderly, and people with disabilities to get access to providers, posing a threat to the original intent of Medicaid. Current Medicaid enrollees will have to compete with tens of thousands of new enrollees for the limited number of providers who take additional Medicaid patients.

This year’s Medicaid expansion proposal, modeled after Arkansas, is an even bigger financial risk to Nebraska’s budget than previously rejected ideas. After just six months, the Arkansas expansion was $137 million, or 61 percent, over budget. One of reasons was because more people signed up than projected. State officials in Arkansas predicted a maximum of 215,000 able-bodied adults would enroll in Medicaid, but after a year and a half that number had surged to almost 300,000. After the surge, more than 40 percent of Arkansas citizens were on Medicaid, making Arkansas one of the most Medicaid-dependent states in the nation.

Furthermore, purchasing private insurance with federal dollars costs around $1,700 more per person each year than traditional Medicaid in
Arkansas. The U.S. Government Accountability Office found that the Arkansas expansion will cost taxpayers $778 million more in the first three years than basic Medicaid expansion would have.

In Nebraska, Medicaid has grown from 2.9 percent to almost 20 percent of our state budget. A study paid for by the State of Nebraska in 2015 found that expanding Medicaid under this plan using private insurance would cost 94 percent more than traditional Medicaid.

Supporters of expansion tout federal funding as a reason to expand Medicaid in Nebraska. Doing so would create a massive new entitlement dependent on unreliable federal funding. The federal government has a history of breaking their commitment to states. For example, the federal government originally promised to pay 40 percent of the cost of expanding special education, and now they pay less than 20 percent.

This proposal for expanding Medicaid is bad for Nebraska. Every year, the state has to balance our budget, which means we can’t spend money we don’t have. This Medicaid expansion proposal will shift the focus away from our most vulnerable populations and expose our state to additional risk, which creates barriers to tax relief, infrastructure investment, and expanded educational opportunities—all of which would create true economic opportunities for people in need.

Several Nebraska State Senators recently attended a press conference opposing Medicaid expansion. These senators include: Bloomfield, Brasch, Craighead, Friesen, Fox, Hilkemann, Hughes, Kintner, Kolterman, Kuehn, Lindstrom, Murante, Riepe, Schnoor, and Williams. Others said they wanted to join, but were unable to because of scheduling conflicts. Please consider calling to thank your senator for protecting our budget against the risk of expanding Medicaid, or to encourage them to reject Medicaid expansion again. Senators are listening, so please share your thoughts. You can find information to contact your senator at http://www.NebraskaLegislature.gov.

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