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In his letter, Ted Carter defended UNL Chancellor Ronnie Green, who again was accused by Gov. Pete Ricketts of misleading him about the document drafted by the Journey for Anti-Racism and Equity.
The former employee alleges that he was fired as a human resources specialist in 2019 for refusing to participate in hiring workers without proper citizenship documents and falsifying documents so workers could avoid taxes.
Gov. Pete Ricketts said Thursday that he told Chancellor Ronnie Green that he opposed the plan, but Green had “misrepresented” his position on it in conversations with other university stakeholders.
Steps include analyzing data as it relates to enrollment and financial aid, reviewing hiring processes, offering anti-racist teaching seminars and collaborating with police to prevent poor treatment of minorities.
Businesses associated with Republican gubernatorial candidate Jim Pillen received federally funded pandemic loans totaling $7.8 million, which helped support 1,057 jobs.
Charles Herbster said that while he supported Donald Trump from the beginning, the extended Ricketts family spent $7.5 million "against Donald Trump and his America First agenda" before he gained the Republican nomination in 2016.
In his endorsement statement, former President Donald Trump took a verbal shot at Republican Sen. Ben Sasse and lavished praise on Republican Gov. Pete Ricketts.
"This day was a long time coming," Sen. Tom Brewer of Gordon said of last week's ceremony. "For Natives, this is a moment to freeze in time."
The day before the fire, workers at the hog barn reported smelling smoke, according to the fire inspector's report.
The Board of Regents voted down the resolution opposing "any imposition of critical race theory" in NU curriculum from Regent Jim Pillen of Columbus on a 5-3 vote.