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.
Pat Loontjer of the group Gambling with the Good Life talks about her efforts against expanded gambling in Nebraska.
Sen. Paul Schumacher of Columbus discusses initiative petitions, gambling, and legislative procedure in this edition of Capitol Conversations.
State Sen. Tanya Cook of Omaha discusses long range planning, school population trends, pediatric cancer and pay equity in this edition of Capitol Conversations.
Sen. Ernie Chambers discusses eminent domain, marriage licenses and Lord Byron in this edition of Capitol Conversations.
Sen. Kate Bolz of Lincoln discusses property tax and prison/parole issues in this edition of Capitol Conversations.
Sen. Al Davis of Hyannis discusses proposals for nonpartisan primaries, local income tax for schools, and a tax on "intangibles" like stocks and bonds in this week's edition of... more››
Sen. Al Davis of Hyannis discusses his proposal for a tax on "intangibles" like stocks in this Facebook excerpt of Capitol Conversations
Capitol Conversations with Sen. Colby Coash
Sen. Galen Hadley of Kearney, newly-elected speaker of the Nebraska Legislature, discusses the upcoming 2015 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.

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