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The governor said the state will update plans on getting the COVID-19 vaccine to people 65 and older.
Gov. Pete Ricketts will hold a news conference Tuesday about the state's fight against coronavirus.
"Certainly, we will take the appropriate precautions here," Gov. Pete Ricketts said Monday.
A bill sponsored by Sen. Julie Slama of Peru and co-signed by 15 other senators would add occupied vehicles to the list of places an individual could defend with deadly force.
Another proposed constitutional amendment authored by Sen. Justin Wayne of Omaha would allow senators to serve three consecutive four-year terms rather than the current limit of two terms.
"Peaceful protest is the American way," the governor said. "Violent protest is not acceptable."
On Monday, Michigan moved to ban the open carry of weapons at its Capitol after the FBI warned of possible armed protests this weekend.
Sen. Ben Sasse, like many Republicans, called for lowering the political temperature as the FBI investigates additional calls for violence.
"Don't tell your constituents that you want to do business behind closed doors," Dave Bundy, editor of the Lincoln Journal Star, told members of the Legislature's Rules Committee.
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