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  • commented 2017-03-14 20:21:13 -0500
    We need competition in our public education just as we have in most other areas of our culture(grocery stores, automobiles, internet providers, etc}. Our country ranks well down in the global rank of educational achievement while our spending per student is near the top. Countries like Singapore, HongKong and South Korea usually rank at or near the top of education excellence. Something is drastically wrong with our public education system. Its time that we take a serious look at alternatives like charter schools.
  • commented 2017-02-14 21:10:39 -0600
    L.B.632 regarding craft breweries is a preposterous proposition sir. Please tell me you have not been influenced. please!!!
  • commented 2017-02-09 13:27:22 -0600
    Please let LB 632 die in committee. You should support local Nebraska businesses, not make it more difficult for them to do business.
  • commented 2017-02-09 10:45:19 -0600
    please support LB 68

    thank you
  • commented 2017-02-09 10:38:02 -0600
    Please drop your change for cloture change and aget things moving. Thank you. rdg
  • commented 2017-02-07 22:20:57 -0600
    Senator Larson — can you please tell me why you suggested the legislation you did with LB632? Who does it help? What’s your motivation? Why would this help Nebraskans? I can’t find a reason, other than what I’ve heard, which is you taking contributions from distributors.
  • commented 2017-02-03 22:05:50 -0600
  • commented 2017-02-03 22:05:06 -0600
    You’re correct on lb632. We have too much employment, overpaid small town employees, an overabundance of tax revenue, and way too little control by industrial giants. Quash entrepreneurship, beat back capitalism, and smash the dream of “work hard, get paid for it”. Quite honestly you’re an embarrassment to the 40th district. Retract the bill and try to salvage some shred of decorum.
  • commented 2017-02-03 14:33:33 -0600
    I would like to know how you think LB632 will help Nebraskans. For someone that claims they are for small business growth and jobs in small towns this makes absolutely no sence. It’s says on your web page that it is an honor to represent the people of the 40th district, who do you think you are representing with this bill. In my opinion the only reason someone would even think about introducing this is because they are getting paid off by the big beer conglomerate. I would greatly appreciate a response to this.
  • commented 2017-02-03 07:32:53 -0600
    Mr. Larson, please give up this idiotic idea to freeze brewery growth and restrict beer sales to only the brewery location. I just saw the story on WOWT. I cannot believe that you have taken such an approach to impede capitalism and job growth in such a booming industry. This doesn’t level the playing field at all – it just restricts industry. If your goal is to drive a bunch of Nebraska revenue to Iowa, then continue on, but this is an insane idea and you need to retract the bill.
  • commented 2017-01-27 10:50:22 -0600
    Isn’t it enough that Nebraska Republicans hold the office of Governor, dominate the legislature and all it’s committees? Considering that Nebraska is and probably always will be a conservative red state, Republicans will continue to determine the trajectory of government. Isn’t that enough? I guess not! Now, you want to weaken the filibuster which is the only tool the minority party has at their disposal. After reading your commentary in the LJS this morning, you sound a little paranoid, Tyson. “Democratic aggression?” I think the party of aggression and obstructionism is yours. Another Republican who doesn’t like to hear opinions contrary to his own, so we’ll just drown our their voices whenever we can. As usual, if the shoe was on the other foot and the Legislature was dominated by Democrats who tried to pull off this little hat trick, Republicans would scream bloody murder. Why is it that Republicans can’t ever play by the rules of the sand box? If you missed the civics instruction, the Nebraska Legislature is bipartisan, or at least it was until this latest crop of senators was elected.
  • commented 2017-01-08 09:51:01 -0600
    Dear Mr. Larson: I understand that the legislature is going to again talk about the use of hemp and cannabis oil. I would welcome a chance to talk to you about the use of the oil. I have been on the oil for about a year. Since the discovery of my lung cancer (after having struggled with throat and neck cancer), I have started to take the oil. I am not a crazy person or a drugged individual. This oil has helped me thru some of the most difficult items in my life. If this is a topic you would like to talk to someone about, come and see me. I am in Ponca, NE. Thanks for your consideration

    Ron Koch
  • commented 2016-07-08 10:52:51 -0500
    There is a reason we are the 3rd highest taxed state in the nation. If the Catholic church fights the gambling vote it is because they feel they will lose money for the church on all the Las Vegas nights they have around the state, cards, crap tables, blackjack, etc. They don’t see to be concerned about gambling addiction then. We need gambling and tax on groceries. I live on the SD border and the difference in taxes is huge. Even Iowa and Minnesota are less then we are!!!
  • commented 2016-06-13 13:16:06 -0500
    In January of 2016 you tried to pass a bill (LB616) to grant Nebraska children the opportunity for a Charter School in Nebraska. I am a avid proponent of this bill and believe it is the only way my son can get the education he needs and deserves. My son is eight years old, ADHD diagnosed, brilliant child with a very high IQ. The Millard Public School district doesn’t seem to have the ability to teach him the way he can be successful. My son spends he majority of his education in what they call a saferoom (concrete jail cell). Although at home, he studies philosophy, German and geography far beyond the second grade material, with no problems. They want to send him to a level three school where his future will be extensively less productive. I can’t afford to quite my job and be a stay at home mom who home schools her child, he needs another alternative. What can citizens who share my dream for the future generation do to help this cause?
  • commented 2016-03-31 07:30:16 -0500
    Please support Governor Ricketts as he works to lower property taxes. The entire real estate property tax rate must be lowered, not just the house.