Author: Jane Kleeb

It’s all up to Nebraska now: Donate to stop Keystone XL

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President Trump announced today his approval for Keystone XL, a foreign pipeline using foreign steel. TransCanada can now cross our American border with their reckless pipeline. Here’s the good news: Trump doesn’t have the final word on the Keystone XL pipeline. We can stop the pipeline in Nebraska — Click here to donate $25 now. […]
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Bold Nebraska Welcomes Linda Anderson as New State Director

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Bold Nebraska is proud to announce Linda Anderson as our new State Director. Linda will carry the work of Bold Nebraska forward as the entire Bold family continues to grow in rural states across the country. Amy Schaffer, the previous Bold leader will continue to take a stand to protect the Sandhills and Ogallala Aquifer […]
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Support Bold action to stop Trump, Keystone XL and Dakota Access

While many of us are looking forward to putting 2016 behind us, we here at Bold are reflecting on what was an amazing year of growth for us — and gearing up for big battles to come in 2017. In 2016, the Bold Alliance launched nationwide, expanding on Bold Nebraska’s successful organizing model of unlikely […]
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Party At The Polls on Nov. 8: Live Music, Cookies and Fun!

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We are partying at the polls on Nov. 8 to celebrate democracy! Come see us at one of the polling locations listed below and take a selfie with our #NEVOTE and #BOLD signs, listen to live music and get a cookie 🙂 Bold Education Fund is sponsoring this event. South Omaha 8am-10am: Polling Place: Columbus […]
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Vote for Bold to Get a Funding Boost from CREDO

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  Bold Alliance has been selected as one of three nonprofits to receive a grant from our friends at CREDO Mobile this month. CREDO Donations is giving away more than $150,000, but the amount that Bold receives depends on YOU. They divide up the money depending on the number of votes that Bold receives from our […]
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Dakota Access Pipeline Opposition Continues to Grow

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Across the country allies are pulling together, just like we did on Keystone XL, to help stop the risky and unnecessary Dakota Access pipeline. Below is an update that groups such as IEN, 350, CREDO Action, Honor the Earth, Sierra Club, Oil Change and Bold pulled together to help make sure advocates and press understand the process […]
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PETITION: Stop Costco’s Land Grab for an Industrial Chicken Plant in Fremont

*Click here to sign the petition* Tell the City of Fremont: We demand that a neutral third party conduct environmental and economic impact studies on the proposed Costco-owned chicken factory, and a public vote be held before any decision is made on this proposal. Costco has been demanding that local Nebraska elected officials sign non-disclosure […]
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Tell Warren Buffett: Stop Blocking the Sun, Support Small Rooftop and Farm Solar

Warren Buffett’s utilities — along with others across the country — are mounting a coordinated effort to block the astounding growth of small, rooftop solar being installed by homeowners, farmers, ranchers and small businesses. (1) It’s a cynical effort to eliminate competition for Warren’s own businesses, instead of complementing the investments being made by citizens […]
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Wisconsin Politicians Should Listen to Landowners

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Pipeline company Enbridge has been working to make Wisconsin a super-highway for tarsands. While making plans to expand their octopus of pipelines that crosses farmland and lakes, Enbridge was also secretly working with the Wisconsin state legislature to expand eminent domain authority. Landowners are organizing against Enbridge. Many of the landowners already have FOUR pipelines […]
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Project Rawhide: Secret Corporation Uses City of Fremont’s Government as Mouthpiece

Project Rawhide…a name that sounds like an old Western movie in reality is a plan hatched by elected officials in Fremont to dump 160 acres of chicken barns on the small town of Nickerson, Nebraska. What really got local folks angry was the fact that this corporation’s name is being kept a secret. Unless you […]
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