By J.L. Schmidt
Statehouse Correspondent Nebraska Press Association 

Could Critical Race Theory be the next Nebraska Legislature hot button?

 

If you thought that the mostly one-sided filibuster-driven debate on transgender issues and abortion was the thing that dragged the 2023 Nebraska Legislature to a near standstill, steel yourself for what could lie ahead.

State Senator Dave Murman of Glenvil, the chair of the Legislature's Education Committee, says he wants to study the use of critical race theory and other controversial subjects in the classroom.

Innocently enough, the studies stem from a request to investigate the Nebraska Department of Education made by a collection of state senators.

Those were met with a trio of interi...



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