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  1. Nebraska's longest-serving lawmaker commandeers session

    Associated Press via Yahoo! NewsApr 06 11:55 AM

    LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — A 78-year-old state senator is attempting to run out the clock on Nebraska's legislative session with a filibuster in which he has described getting a colonoscopy and quizzed a colleague about the best way to pour a beer.

  2. Nebraska court upholds hate-crime conviction of Missouri man

    Jefferson City News TribuneApr 15 10:13 PM

    The Nebraska Supreme Court will not overturn a hate-crime conviction and 12- to 18-month prison sentence for a Missouri man who sucker-punched a Marine for associating with two gay friends.

  3. LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - By rejecting bills this session on either side of gay and transgender issues, Nebraska lawmakers acknowledged that while they're willing to take stands on some social issues, they're hesitant to tackle matters dealing with gay and transgender rights. On Friday, Sen. Mark Kolterman of Seward pulled ...

  4. Nondiscrimination laws merit church support

    National Catholic ReporterApr 19 04:41 AM

    A man joins the third annual March for Marriage in Washington April 25, 2015. Among the sponsors of the march is the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops.

  5. Laws decried as LGBT discrimination proposed across country

    Associated Press via Yahoo! NewsApr 20 10:43 AM

    Legislation has been proposed in states across the country to protect those who — due to religious beliefs — decline to employ or serve certain people. Critics say the laws are aimed at the LGBT community and are discriminatory. Recent laws denounced as discriminatory in North Carolina and Mississippi has prompted a growing backlash from opponents. Here's a look at legislation around the country:

  6. Laws decried as LGBT discrimination proposed across country

    Associated Press via Yahoo! NewsApr 14 04:49 PM

    Legislation has been proposed in states across the country to protect those who — due to religious beliefs — decline to employ or serve certain people. Critics say the laws are aimed at the LGBT community and are discriminatory. Recent laws denounced as discriminatory in North Carolina and Mississippi has prompted a growing backlash from opponents. Here's a look at legislation around the country:

  7. LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - A 78-year-old state senator is attempting to run out the clock on Nebraska's legislative session with a filibuster in which he has described getting a colonoscopy and quizzed a colleague about the best way to pour a beer. Sen. Ernie Chambers of Omaha, the state's longest-serving ...

  8. Legislation has been proposed in statehouses across the country that critics say would effectively legalize discrimination against LGBT people

  9. A 78-year-old state senator is attempting to run out the clock on Nebraska's legislative session with a filibuster in which he has described getting a colonoscopy and quizzed a colleague about the best way to pour a beer.

  10. Legislation has been proposed in states across the country to protect those who — due to religious beliefs — decline to employ or serve certain people. Critics say the laws are aimed at the LGBT community and are discriminatory.

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