In a indication of debates to come, the Nebraska legislature spent more than eight hours over two days arguing. The topic — who will serve on which committees this year.

Embattled progressives pressed the debate, claiming that committee selections were slanted toward conservatives. Conservatives have a strong, nearly filibuster-proof majority in the body of 32-17, analysts say, based on each senators registered political party affiliations, filed outside the non-partisan legislature.

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