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Despite having super-majority support from pro-life senators, the Nebraska Legislature remains just shy of the needed 33 votes. Simply put, without 33 pro-life senators, Nebraska’s abortion law will remain extreme, outdated, and inhumane.
The “Respect for Marriage Act” is anything but that, and it amounts to an attack on millions of Americans, particularly people of faith who believe marriage is between one man and one woman and that legitimate distinctions exist between men and women.
We have an urgent update regarding a new initiative threatening the privacy and safety of women and girls, free speech, and religious freedom in Lincoln. A group of activists have filed a petition and are actively collecting signatures to put the “Fairness Ordinance” on the ballot in November.
The U.S. Supreme Court has overturned Roe v. Wade in a landmark 6-3 decision! Don Stenberg—a Harvard Law School graduate, constitutional law expert, and former Nebraska Attorney General—joined the NFA Daily Spotlight to share his legal analysis of the Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization opinion and the next steps after Roe.
Angela Grove, a homeschool mom and educator, joined the Nebraska Family Alliance Daily Spotlight to discuss the benefits of home education. Angela and her husband chose homeschool to protect their children from inappropriate and harmful content being taught in public schools and to teach their children from a Biblical worldview. Homeschooling allows the family to select curriculum and a pace that’s best suited to their boys’ needs, provides greater flexibility in their daily schedule, and brings the family closer together.
Father’s Day is this weekend, and we are celebrating the irreplaceable influence dads have on the lives of their children. Tadd Wegner joins the Daily Spotlight this week to share some of the joys and challenges he’s experienced since becoming a dad. Tadd and his wife Annie live in Lincoln and have seven children. After serving as foster parents, two of their children joined their forever family through adoption. By homeschooling their children, Tadd and Annie work to instill core values in their children and teach them biblical principles. Faith in Jesus Christ is central to the Wegner family, and they utilize a personal mission statement to love God and others, live and learn, laugh, and leave a legacy when choosing how to prioritize their time and attention.