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Category Archives: Nebraska

Send your letters to the editor

In response to today’s article in the Omaha World Herald about the Equal Employment ordinance, I encourage you to send your letters to the editor in support of the ordinance.  The article makes it appear that religious people were only in opposition, whereas during the public debate in 2010 more clergy spoke for the ordinance […]

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Nebraska State Legislation to counter non-discrimination effort in Omaha

Yesterday a new bill was introduced in the Nebraska unicameral that would bar municipalities from creating their own non-discrimination ordinances.  Read the bill here.  It has been assigned to this committee. Heartland Clergy and supporters in Nebraska need to contact their senators and members of this committee to express their opposition to it.

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