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Monday, February 27
01:30 pm Legislative Hearing: Banking, Commerce and Insurance - Room 1507 Nebraska Banking Commerce and Insurance
01:30 pm Legislative Hearing: Transportation & Telecommunications - Room 1113 Nebraska Transportation and Telecommunications
01:30 pm Legislative Hearing: Education Committee - Room 1525 Nebraska Education Committee
01:30 pm Legislative Hearing: Appropriations Committee - Room 1524 Nebraska Appropriations Committee
01:30 pm Legislative Hearing: Business and Labor Committee - Room 2102 Nebraska Business and Labor
04:30 pm Legislative Hearing: Nebraska Retirement Systems Committee - Room 1510 Nebraska Retirement Systems Committee
Tuesday, February 28
09:00 am Judiciary: Supreme Court Nebraska Supreme Court
09:00 am Unicameral: Legislative Session Nebraska Legislative Session
01:30 pm Legislative Hearing: Banking, Commerce and Insurance - Room 1507 Nebraska Banking Commerce and Insurance
01:30 pm Legislative Hearing: Transportation & Telecommunications - Room 1113 Nebraska Transportation and Telecommunications

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Governor Heineman's 2014 State of the State Address Governor Heineman delivers the 2014 State of the State Address to members of the 104th Legislature.
2013 Gov. Heineman Sine Die Address to Legislature Governor Dave Heineman's address at the Legislature's 2013 Sine Die ceremony.
Governor Heineman's 2013 State of the State Address Governor Heineman's 2013 State of the State Address
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What You Should Know about Biological Warfare How can we protect ourselves against the threats of germs and toxins? Cold War America gears up to...
Operation Cue At the beginning, a narrator explains the math behind hydrogen bomb blasts. Then, reporter Joan...

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