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Time to Get in Line for Small Business Tax Credits

Nebraska businesses with no more than five employees now can apply for up to $20,000 in tax credits.

Survey: 79% of Voters Want Lawmakers to Expand High-Speed Internet Access

More than half of Nebraska voters age 50 and older in rural parts of the state are having a hard time accessing high-speed internet, according to a new AARP survey.

Double Up Food Bucks Program Boosts Farmer’s Markets

After a new state law expanded eligibility for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), the program formerly known as food stamps, more Nebraskans could start receiving food assistance as early as this week

Labor Leaders: PRO Act Would Boost Working Women

Last month, the U.S. House approved the PRO Act, which among other things, would bar employer interference and influence in union elections.

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From Arrest to Release: The Role of Bail Bonds in the Justice System

The judicial ecosystem comprises various components that work together to afford individuals their constitutional rights
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The Balanced Approach to Considering an Uncontested Divorce

An approach such as an uncontested divorce angle can provide a semblance of peace in this otherwise tumultuous process.

Thriving After Divorce: A Guide to Successful Co-Parenting and Child Custody

Co-parenting is a shared endeavor that requires both parents to actively participate in raising their children despite a divorce or separation

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Best Apps and Games for your New Mobile Phone

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A Fresh Look at the Contemporary Trends Redefining Tiny Homes

Tiny homes have always stood but never more so than in modern design trends. Present-day tiny homes bank on eco-friendly solutions.