Eye-Popping Overtime: Prison Employees Double Salaries, Causing Burnout and Costing State Millions
Some 145 employees of the Nebraska Department of Correctional Services made at least half their base salary in overtime — part of spiraling overtime costs in the prison system that have cost taxpayers $48 million in the past three years.
Catholic Church, Insurance Companies Oppose Sex Abuse Proposal
The Catholic Church and insurance companies oppose ending time limits on when lawsuits charging child sexual abuse can be filed.
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