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NEFB-PAC Makes Endorsements in Key State Races

Bob Evnen, Mike Hilgers, Paul Kenney, and John Murante have been endorsed by the Nebraska Farm Bureau Political Action Committee (NEFB-PAC) in their respective races. NEFB-PAC also endorsed 13 legislative candidates. Learn more about all the NEFB-PAC endorsed candidates by visiting our webpage.

Policy Watch…

In this week’s Policy Watch, work is winding down at the Legislature with the session ending next week; Nebraska Farm Bureau welcomes the announced expanded sale of biofuels; and learn more about the 13 legislative candidates endorsed by the Nebraska Farm Bureau Political Action Committee.

Jim Pillen Will Work to Fix Our Tax System and Lower Taxes

With Nebraska’s broken tax system putting families at risk, we need a true fiscal conservative more than ever leading our state. Jim Pillen is prepared to lower tax rates and is committed to spending your tax dollars responsibly. Nebraska Farm Bureau knows Jim Pillen is the governor Nebraska needs. Support Nebraska Farm Bureau’s endorsed candidate Jim Pillen by joining us for a Meet and Greet. Meet Jim in Gretna, Crete, and Lincoln April 19.

Collegiate Farm Bureau Leaders Receive Ron Hanson Scholarship

Congratulations to Tatum Brunkow and Weston Svoboda for earning the Ron Hanson Collegiate Leader Scholarship! Each are members of Collegiate Farm Bureau at the University of Nebraska – Lincoln (UNL) who are pursuing degrees from the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources (CASNR).

Claim Your Refundable Income Tax Credit!

The tax filing deadline is Monday, April 18. Don’t forget to claim your Refundable Income Tax Credit based on property taxes paid to schools. For tax year 2021, the credit will be nearly four times the credit provided in 2020. Check out our guide to walk you through the process of claiming this credit.

Avian Influenza Cases Outpacing 2014/2015 Outbreak

The number of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) cases in the United States are outpacing the 2014/2015 outbreak, but the higher numbers might be attributed to improvements in detection and reporting protocols. The American Farm Bureau Federation’s latest Market Intel examines the impact of HPAI region by region.

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