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Bill aimed at discouraging ivory sales in Nebraska fails approval


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Lawmakers in Nebraska have rejected a proposal that would've restricted ivory sales in the state.The effort was to discourage animal poaching. \s Senators voted in favor of the measure, but fell six votes short of what's needed for first round approval.Federal law already puts restriction on ivory, but the bill's sponsor, SenBurke Harr, of Omaha, says it's typically not a high priority or pursued by authorities. wnad_52.load(); if (Worldnow.EventMan) Worldnow.EventMan.event('WNCol2done'); wnad_54.load(); if (Worldnow.EventMan) Worldnow.EventMan.event('WNCol23done'); wnad_43.load(); wnad_44.load(); wnad_47.load(); wnad_2101.load();Most Popular StoriesMost Popular StoriesMore>>Man assaulted at Walgreens, thieves take Batman shirt and energy drinkMan assaulted at Walgreens, thieves take Batman shirt and energy drinkPosted By: Bayley Bischof Channel 8 Eyewitness News  A 23-year-old man was assaulted and robbed in the parking lot of the Walgreens on 17th and South street.  Police say the victim was finishing up his shopping, and about to get in his car when two men approached himOne suspect him him in the face, a second hit him in the back of the head.  Police say they got away with a Batman t-shirt and an energy drink.  Contact 402-441-6000 or Lincoln Crimestoppers with ...More >>Posted By: Bayley Bischof Channel 8 Eyewitness News  A 23-year-old man was assaulted and robbed in the parking lot of the Walgreens on 17th and South street.  Police say the victim was finishing up his shopping, and about to get in his car when two men approached himOne suspect him him in the face, a second hit him in the back of the head.  Police say they got away with a Batman t-shirt and an energy drink.  Contact 402-441-6000 or Lincoln Crimestoppers with ...More >>LSO arrests 80 year old couple againLSO arrests 80 year old couple againLSO arrests 80 year old couple againPatrick Jirons and Barbara Jirons, both 80 years old, were traveling along I-80 when they were stopped by LSO just before 10 a.myesterday morning.  More >>Patrick Jirons and Barbara Jirons, both 80 years old, were traveling along I-80 when they were stopped by LSO just before 10 a.myesterday morning.  More >>'The Best of BabyTech Awards' Selects TempTraq® Wearable Bluetooth Thermometer as the Winner of the Healthy Baby Category at CES®'The Best of BabyTech Awards' Selects TempTraq® Wearable Bluetooth Thermometer as the Winner of the Healthy Baby Category at CES®Yesterday, Living in Digital Times (LIDT), producers of the Baby Tech Summit at CES, along with media partner Hearst's Good Housekeeping, announced TempTraq® as the winner in the 'Healthy Baby' category at the...More >>Yesterday, Living in Digital Times (LIDT), producers of the Baby Tech Summit at CES, along with media partner Hearst's Good Housekeeping, announced TempTraq® as the winner in the 'Healthy Baby' category at the...More >>Man found drunk next to riding mower gets prison time Lincoln NewsMan found drunk next to riding mower gets prison timeMan found drunk next to riding mower gets prison timeA Lincoln man with a criminal history of drunken driving who was found passed out beside a riding mower has been sent to prison. More >>A Lincoln man with a criminal history of drunken driving who was found passed out beside a riding mower has been sent to prison. More >>Omaha father of toddler shot in face sent to prisonOmaha father of toddler shot in face sent to prisonOmaha father of toddler shot in face sent to prisonThe father of an 18-month-old girl shot in the face with his gun in Omaha has been sent to prison.  More >>The father of an 18-month-old girl shot in the face with his gun in Omaha has been sent to prison.  More >>Missing Oklahoma pilot made trips to Lincoln saving dogsMissing Oklahoma pilot made trips to Lincoln saving dogsBill Kinsinger made many trips to Lincoln over the years. More >>Bill Kinsinger made many trips to Lincoln over the years. More >>Community Action, local businesses, give new wheels to those in needCommunity Action, local businesses, give new wheels to those in needTwo cars were donated to two people working their way out of poverty through Community Action.More >>Two cars were donated to two people working their way out of poverty through Community Action.More >>   var ds = new Worldnow.CustomizedBlock('DisplaySizeId68'); Worldnow.EventMan.event('displaysizeloaded',ds) Most Popular VideosMost Popular VideosMore>>Community Action, local businesses, give new wheels to those in needCommunity Action, local businesses, give new wheels to those in needFires in Lincoln Friday NightFires in Lincoln Friday NightPrep Hoops 1-12Prep Hoops 1-12 var ds = new Worldnow.CustomizedBlock('DisplaySizeId25'); Worldnow.EventMan.event('displaysizeloaded',ds) if (Worldnow.EventMan) Worldnow.EventMan.event('WNCol4done');

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