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A US Supreme Court decision to let a voter photo ID law stand in Wisconsin reignited debate on the issue in the Nebraska Unicameral.
A bill calling for the evaluation of tax incentive programs to lure businesses to Nebraska has advanced in the Unicameral.
As part of the appropriations process, republicans in the US House plan to write the Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare out of their budget resolution.
This is severe weather awareness week across Nebraska and Iowa.
South Dakota Senator John Thune criticized the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) controversial Waters of the U.S. rule.
A ranking by the website SafeWise.com has created a list of the safest cities in each state in the region.
South Dakota Governor, Dennis Daugaard, has set Monday, March 30th as “Welcome Home Vietnam Veterans Recognition Day”.
South Dakota Senator Mike Rounds, a member of the Senate Veterans’ Affairs Committee, questioned Deputy Secretary Sloan Gibson of the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) on ways to improve access to health care for veterans.
A bill that supporters say will provide some liability protection to cities that allow sledding on city-owned properties -- like parks and golf courses -- is on its way to Governor Terry Branstad's desk.
Senate Democrats say Iowa's Republican governor has followed the letter, but not the spirit of the law when it comes to appointing new people to the board that governs the three state-supported universities.
An effort to repeal the mandatory motorcycle helmet law in Nebraska failed after supporters couldn't overcome the filibuster mounted against it.
South Dakota Senator Mike Rounds joined fellow freshmen members of the Senate in a news conference yesterday to address the future of health care on the five-year anniversary of Obamacare.
Despite a slowing ag economy, there are still opportunities for development. Pat Costello, Commissioner of the Governor’s Office of Economic Development says there are still ag processing opportunities out there.
We may be approaching spring, but the Yankton City Commission was talking about winter holidays at their meeting last night.
A comprehensive bill that would have changed how ag land is assessed for property taxes in South Dakota was killed during this year’s legislative session.
A few recent incidents are serving as a reminder that childhood lead poisoning continues to be a serious concern in Iowa.
CoOportunity Health seemed to have a bright future, insuring 120-Thousand residents of Iowa and Nebraska.
A western Iowa farmer who Governor Terry Branstad has appointed to the Iowa Environmental Protection Commission took questions about water quality from a state senate committee.
A filibuster against a bill to repeal Nebraska’s motorcycle helmet law will continue this week. Senator Mike Gloor of Grand…
While South Dakota legislators had a long and loud debate over funding schools, roads and healthcare providers in the short term this session, there are long term trends that will need attention too.