Renters Assistance, Supplier of 2018 Execution Drugs Found, Citizen Investigation Panels Bill Introduced and more Top Local News for Friday, July 24



7/24/20 • Day 33 of Phase III • Nationwide case trends


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Douglas County Rental Assistance Goes Live Monday

Continued conversations on the program, which would pay out four months of rent or $4,000, whichever they reach first, took place during the county’s health and human services meeting Thursday morning.

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Today we have stories about Douglas County rental assistance going live on Monday, newly released public documents revealing a Gretna pharmacy provided the four drugs used by the Nebraska Department of Corrections in a 2018 execution and the Nebraska Legislature debating a bill that would require all Nebraska cities to form citizen investigation panels to function as police oversight.

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What to do during quarantine?


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Have The Kids Write the Week’s Menu

For older kids who understand ingredients well, have them “grocery shop” through the kitchen and plan what can be made from what you have. This teaches inventory assessment, budgeting, and home economy.

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