Interview with Don Bacon, Omaha Police Launch “After Motion” Report, Nebraska Legislators Suggest Regulation To Crack Protesters and Different High Native Information For Thursday October 29th

10/29/20 • Day 46 from Phase IV • Nationwide case trends

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The reader interviewed Republican Congressman Don Bacon on topics including racial inequality, COVID-19, climate change, and the race against his Democratic opponent Kara Eastman. The matchup in Nebraska’s Second Congressional District is a rematch from 2018, in which the Congressman won by a narrow margin.

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Good Morning,

Today we have stories about the After Action report from the Omaha Police, the Do’s and Don’ts of Election Day, and a new state law that could increase penalties against protesters.

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In Omaha

  • According to Omaha Public Schools, highland elementary school students and teachers will be moving Distance-only learning until Monday.
  • Election officials say that Ballot boxes That wasn’t official at the Trump rally in Omaha.
  • Mayor Jean Stothert and Police Chief Todd Schmaderer presented the “Omaha Civil Unrest After Action Report.
  • Local electoral commissioners shared some memories for the public.

Around the state

  • A seldom-used adaptation authority will give testimony as to whether the denial of a building permit should be lifted for the contested persons Keystone pipeline.
  • The University of Wisconsin has canceled his soccer game against the University of Nebraska-Lincoln for positive COVID-19 cases.
  • Nebraska lawmakers have proposed that Law for the Protection of Criminal Prosecution, This would increase the penalties for violent and destructive protests and aid the police.

What to do during the quarantine

From our list of Things to Do During Quarantine::

Take a stroll along the riverside

In addition to the Bob Kerrey Footbridge, there are plenty of places to walk on the banks of the Missouri River that are fun any time of the year. But once the air starts to get colder and the water is awash in fiery explosions of fall colors, it really is one of the best times to see the riverside. Here is a list of Some activities and ideas from Omaha Tourism.

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