A lawsuit has been filed against the University of Nebraska Medical Center and Nebraska Medicine alleging negligence and lack of informed consent after a 16-year-old identifying at that time as a trans male had both breasts removed in 2018.
Donald Trump crossed paths with some of his presidential campaign rivals when he attended Iowa’s biggest annual college football game. Trump visited Jack Trice Stadium in Ames, where Iowa State was playing Iowa. Also on hand were Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and several other lesser-known candidates. It was one of Trump's few visits so far to the state that holds the first nominating caucus. As the race enters its traditional ramp-up after Labor Day, neither DeSantis nor any other rival has challenged Trump’s standing atop the field in Iowa. That's even as the former president skips most of the state's cherished campaign traditions.
TV9′s Beth Malicki sits down with Iowa Attorney General Bird to discuss her perspective on a plethora of topics - ranging from emergency contraception for rape survivors to requiring voter registration materials to be in English.
Nebraska Gov. Jim Pillen signed an executive order on Wednesday establishing a “Women’s Bill of Rights,” declaring a “biological definition of male and female” and detailing the differences between the sexes.
Hours after the Omaha City Council voted unanimously to repeal city codes pertaining in order to comply with the state’s new permitless concealed carry law, the mayor signed an executive order prohibiting concealed firearms on city property.
As promised, Planned Parenthood and the ACLU are appealing a district court’s decision that a single Nebraska bill banning trans health for minors and abortion at 12 weeks did not violate the state’s single-subject rule.
Gov. Jim Pillen’s appointment for CEO of the state’s Department of Health and Human Services was met with some harsh criticisms from some Nebraska lawmakers since Tuesday’s announcement that the job had been filled.