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Vote for Bold Nebraska Climate Champions

Since 2009, Bold Nebraska has stood with farmers, ranchers, Tribal Nations, environmental advocates and everyday Nebraskans who care about ensuring a livable climate for our grandchildren, and worked to protect our land, water, and climate. Bold is endorsing these Lincoln-area Climate Champions in 2020: Christa Yoakum for Lancaster County Commissioner Eliot Bostar for Nebraska Legislature, […]
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Go Vote Today!

Vote Early, In-Person, In Nebraska: Oct. 5-Nov 2 If you live in the state of Nebraska (attending UNL full-time counts!), you can actually vote early, in-person at the Lancaster County Election Office: Oct. 5th — Nov. 2nd:* (Note: As of Oct. 23, you must already be registered to vote in order to Vote Early In […]
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Vote Early, In-Person: Go Vote Today!

Vote Early, In-Person, In Nebraska: Oct. 5-Nov 2 If you live in the state of Nebraska (attending college full-time counts!), you can actually vote early, in-person at your County Election Office: Oct. 5th — Nov. 2nd. (Note: As of Oct. 23, you must already be registered to vote in order to Vote Early In Person.) […]
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Keystone XL Water Permit Tele-Public Hearings: How to Testify

TransCanada / TC Energy needs permits under the Clean Water Act to be issued by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and state agencies in Montana, South Dakota and Nebraska to construct Keystone XL across U.S. waterways. The Army Corps and state agencies will hold telephone-based public hearings this week to hear testimony as public […]
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Make a Plan to Vote in 3 Easy Steps

Jane Kleeb
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MAKE A PLAN TO VOTE IN 3 EASY STEPS Step #1: Register to vote online. You can change your party affiliation and change your address as well online. (Note: The deadline to register to vote in Nebraska for the 2020 General Election was Oct. 23. If you missed it, make sure your registration is up-to-date for […]
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PRESS RELEASE: TransCanada Keystone XL Pipeline Surveys Concern Tribes, Disrupt Nebraska Farmers’ Harvests

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Sept. 24, 2020 TransCanada Keystone XL Pipeline Surveys Concern Tribes, Disrupt Nebraska Farmers’ Harvests Ponca Tribe of Nebraska urges State Dept. to inform TC Energy its current “surveys” for Native American cultural artifacts and sites are invalid, do not meet federal obligations Norfolk, NE — The Ponca Tribe of Nebraska has written […]
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Webinar: KXL Update and Army Corps Water Permit Hearings Prep

Mark Hefflinger
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REGISTER FOR THE WEBINAR Bold Nebraska and NoKXL coalition partners Sierra Club and Promise to Protect are hosting a webinar on Sunday, Sept. 27 (4-5pm CT). SPEAKERS:  Jane Kleeb, Bold Nebraska Dallas Goldtooth, Indigenous Environmental Network Angeline Cheek, Fort Peck & Assiniboine Sioux Tribes, ACLU of Montana AGENDA: Update on the Keystone XL pipeline from […]
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Tell the U.S. Army Corps & State Agencies: Reject TransCanada’s Keystone XL Water Permits

Tell the U.S. Army Corps: Reject the Keystone XL water permits. TransCanada has applied for new permits from the Army Corps of Engineers and state agencies to build its proposed Keystone XL pipeline across over 1,000 U.S. waterways, including the Missouri, Niobrara, and Keya Paha rivers in Nebraska. [1] The pipeline would imperil the drinking […]
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Juneteenth + #BlackLivesMatter

Bold believes unlikely alliances change the world. In this moment, we stand with Black folks and communities of color in their demands for racial justice and structural reforms. James Scurlock was 22 years old. He leaves behind a daughter after being shot by a racist bar owner in Omaha on May 30th, as he took […]
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Appeals Court Upholds Order Blocking Keystone XL Water Crossing Permit

Appeals Court Upholds Order Blocking Keystone XL Water Crossing Permit Ninth Circuit Rejects Push from Trump Admin, Industry to Allow Construction of Keystone XL and Other Oil and Gas Pipelines Through Waterways Amid Appeal San Francisco, CA — Today, the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit left in place a district court […]
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