Greetings from the Nebraska Senate

Greetings District 36. Memorial Day Weekend is upon us. While it will feel very different this year, we won’t leave our traditions behind as we reshape our future. We will continue to mark the beginning of summer and honor the brave men and women who lost their lives in service to our country.

GIVING YOUR RELATIONSHIP EXTRA CARE

Q: I’d say my marriage is healthy overall. Still, being closed up together in recent weeks has shown we have some work to do. My husband and I both want to grow from this time and improve our relationship moving forward. Do you have any practical advice?

KEEPING UP RELATIONAL MOMENTUM

Q: I’m usually so busy with work that I’m not around my children that much. They’re used to Dad not being home. But being “stuck” home together these past weeks has reminded me that they’re really fun kids. How can I keep up the relational momentum once things get back to “normal”?

Greetings from the Nebraska Senate

Greetings District 36. This week, the Governor announced he will begin to relax some Directed Health Measures that were put in place over a month ago due to COVID-19. Beginning May 4th, places of worship across the state may choose to reinstate some services but with restrictions. For example, no items maybe passed between attendees; and, while family members living under the same roof may sit next to one another, accommodations must be made so that there is six feet between groups of families. The Governor’s office released a guidance document this week to assist faith leaders reinstate some services. While faith leaders are authorized to begin services starting May 4th, they are not required to and each will use their best judgement as to when to reinstitute their services.

HELPING KIDS NAVIGATE CURRENT EVENTS

Q: The past couple of months have been so hard for everyone. Beyond the immediate thought of “just get through it,” I’m struggling to grasp a lesson out of this time. What’s your take?

Greetings from the Nebraska Senate

Greetings District 36. I would like to build off last week’s communication regarding community efforts that are being undertaken in response to the pandemic. In working with community members across our District, an overriding theme keeps coming to mind: “Together we are Stronger!”

Economic Impact of Coronavirus Slowly Emerging

The Coronavirus which is killing Nebraskans and making others very sick also has the potential to greatly injure Nebraska’s economy, an impact which will be felt for at least the next 3 years or longer.

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