Capitol Conversations

Meet the people making decisions that affect your life and find out more about the thinking behind those decisions with Capitol Conversations. New interviews will appear weekly during the legislative session.
Sen. Greg Adams of York, speaker of the Legislature, discusses how the institution works and how it has changed, in this edition of Capitol Conversations.
Sen. John Harms of Scottsbluff discusses rural depopulation, worker shortages, and early childhood education in this edition of Capitol Conversations.
Sen. Annette Dubas of Fullerton discusses highway bonds and her eight years in the Legislature in this edition of Capitol Conversations.
Sen. Kate Sullivan of Cedar Rapids, chairwoman of the Education Committee, discusses education in Nebraska in this edition of Capitol Conversations.
Omaha Sen. Scott Lautenbaugh discusses historic horseracing, charter schools, and legislative procedure in this week's edition of Capitol Conversations.
Sen. Steve Lathrop of Omaha discusses his proposal requiring each river basin to have plans for sustainable use of water, or face state control, in this week's edition of Capitol... more››
Sen. Kate Bolz of Lincoln discusses her proposal for increased services to help keep older people in their homes and out of nursing homes, in this week's edition of Capitol... more››
Sen. Tanya Cook of Omaha discusses her proposal for improving how schools deal with students from poor families, and poverty in Nebraska in general, in this week's edition of... more››
Omaha Sen. Jeremy Nordquist discusses historic preservation, Medicaid expansion and state spending in this week's edition of Capitol Conversations.
Senator Tom Hansen of North Platte discusses his proposal to reduce property taxes on agricultural land in this week's edition of Capitol Conversations.
Sen. Sue Crawford of Bellevue discusses how laws governing marijuana, same sex marriage, and public power differ from state to state, the power of the federal government, and how... more››
Sen. Bill Kintner of Papillion talks about his views on the family, taxes, and the role of government in this week's edition of Capitol Conversations.

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