A New Governor Mixes Optimism With Caution
- NEBRASKA. CAVANAGH, SEAN // Education Week;1/26/2011, Vol. 30 Issue 18, p19
The article discusses a speech made by Nebraska Governor Dave Heineman on January 13, 2011 about the creation of a virtual high school in the state, Nebraska's budget shortfall, and the preservation of education funding in light of state budget cuts.
- Life in a state where jobs sprout like rows of corn. Tucker, Randy // Christian Science Monitor;7/2/97, Vol. 89 Issue 152, p1
Looks at economic conditions and unemployment in Nebraska as of July 2, 1997. Nebraska's 2.3 percent unemployment, the lowest in the nation; The strength of the economy; Growth in telemarketing and food and database processing companies; Pressure for wage increases; Workers in Nebraska able to...
- Cash Shortfalls Put Focus on 'Second-Hand' Debt. Carvlin, Elizabeth // Bond Buyer;2/11/2002, Vol. 339 Issue 31322, p41A
Focuses on the economic condition of Nebraska in the fiscal year 2002. Estimated revenue deficits for the fiscal 2002-03 biennium; Problems that hinders achieving the reserved target; Amount appropriated by the legislators for capital projects.
- Illegal-Alien Tuition Defeats National Champion. Gizzi, John // Human Events;5/15/2006, Vol. 62 Issue 17, p5
The article focuses on the defeat of State Representative Tom Osborne by Republican Govern David Heineman due to Heineman's veto of a bill to allow illegal aliens who graduate from high school in Nebraska and promise to continue trying to achieve U.S. citizenship to pay in-state tuition at state...
- Nebraska farm income to drop in 2012. // Nebraska Farmer;Sep2012, Vol. 154 Issue 9, p125
The article provides an overview of the economic growth in Nebraska wherein state economic forecasters expect the state's farm income to decline in 2012.
- NEBRASKA ECONOMIC INDICATORS IN RELATION TO THE UNITED STATES BUSINESS CYCLE. Roesler, Thodore W.; Wykstra, Ronald A. // Nebraska Journal of Economics & Business;Spring64, Vol. 3 Issue 1, p13
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- NC will take state checkoff idea on road. McCABE, DON // Nebraska Farmer;Jan2013, Vol. 155 Issue 1, p75
The article reports on the resolution of the Nebraska Beef Council on administering the current $1-per-head national beef checkoff in Nebraska which is supported by Nebraska Cattlemen in order to enhance beef promotion and education efforts.
- Climate change theories. Jochem, Dean // Nebraska Farmer;Jan2015, Vol. 157 Issue 1, p16
The author argues the ill-generated theories about climate change and its damaging effect on Nebraska's economy.
- A developing 'cultural war' in ag divides producers. McCabe, Don // Nebraska Farmer;Feb2011, p133
The article features the message of agriculture economist and agricultural policy lecturer Barry Flinchbaugh, during the Nebraska Cattlemen convention, regarding the present economic and political climate in Kearney, Nebraska.