01/29/21 • Nebraska vaccine data • Nationwide case trends

Nebraska Legislature Committee Hears Housing Bills

Following a truncated 2020 session in the Nebraska Legislature that many thought did little to address pressing social issues, some senators have set their sights on social injustice and inequity highlighted by the COVID-19 pandemic as the focus of their legislative packages for 2021.

Reed Moore’s Daily Rundown

Good Afternoon,

Today we have stories about Douglas County’s vaccination registration site, phase 1B of Nebraska’s vaccination rollout and the state’s debate over private versus public schools.

Around Omaha

  • The Omaha City Council is poised to pass a resolution next week asking Douglas County to send all Omaha voters a ballot request card.
  • The Douglas County Health Department activated its COVID-19 vaccine registration site on Friday.
  • The Douglas County Health Department is preparing to move into its next phase of vaccinations.

Around Nebraska

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‘Tis the Season for Soup

You could make the argument that any season is soup season. We at The Reader would be the first to make such a claim. However, nothing hits the spot on a cold winter day like a bowl of hot soup. Maybe even a grilled cheese sandwich or a peanut butter and jelly sandwich on the side if it tickles your fancy. So this winter, get a few recipes together (maybe from the latest Omaha Junior League Cookbook or one of the hundreds of cookbooks available through the Omaha Public Library.) Our favorite soups are a classic tomato (bonus points if you mix in a bunch of peanut butter — just trust us on this one) as well as butternut squash and a potato.

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