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June 17, 2013
Last year, one of the largest Community Supported Agriculture share providers went bankrupt. The story behind why Grant Family Farms went bankrupt is... more››
June 14, 2013
As a legislative committee gears up to study possible changes in the state’s tax system, Nebraskans are expressing a wide range of views. ... more››
June 13, 2013
The foreign-born population of Nebraska has tripled since 1990, and almost 10 percent of working age Nebraskans are now foreign-born. But despite all... more››
June 12, 2013
Could the way men are portrayed in movies and other media make them feel bad about their bodies?  A new study by psychologists at the University... more››
June 11, 2013
A project called Lexicon of Sustainability uses pictures of farmers and their own words to explore the meaning of certain farm methods. The... more››
June 10, 2013
The Nebraska Constitution includes freedom of speech, but what about the freedom to farm? Every state has a right to farm law, but in some states... more››
June 7, 2013
The Nebraska Legislature wrapped up its work for the year this week. Lawmakers approved a budget that loosened the purse strings that were tightened... more››
June 6, 2013
There was a time when the state put limits on what you could legally do on Sunday.  Most people recognize liquor laws are written with that in... more››
June 5, 2013
Nebraska’s Latino population jumped by 70 percent from 2000 to 2010. But many in that growing group lack access to basic health care, and... more››
June 4, 2013
Lincoln, Omaha and other Midwestern cities have a long history of resettling refugees. But fertile farmland calls to those refugees who farmed in... more››