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Hello everyone. Here is a growing list of resources and information available to you as we navigate the coronavirus pandemic. I will continue to update this list as more becomes available. As always, feel free to email or call me with questions or suggestions. Stay well.
FAQs (current restrictions, testing information, etc.)
Federal economic impact payments (track payment/update information)
File a claim with Nebraska Department of Labor (NEworks) – follow the “Register” link at the top of the page. If you apply for traditional unemployment but do not qualify, the Labor Department says you will automatically be considered for the special Pandemic Unemployment Assistance program.
Need assistance? If you live in the Omaha area and need help with your unemployment claim or related issue, contact the American Job Center at 402-444-4700. Even if you plan to visit the office in person, you are encouraged to call in advance.
Paid leave information
Tourism industry workers
Health insurance questions (Q&A with individual insurers)
Housing and utilities questions/assistance
Report suspected child abuse
Domestic violence/family law questions
Child care assistance for first responders
CRCC is providing child care for first-responder families at their location at 138th and Q. For more information, contact 402-496-1000 and ask for Lindsey.
List of restaurants offering delivery/carryout
Polling places will be open May 12, but voters are strongly encouraged to request absentee ballots so they can vote by mail. Here are some links from the Douglas County Election Commission.
Request a mail-in ballot (must be submitted by May 1 at 6 p.m.)
Nebraska Department of Economic Development (field staff contacts available to assist)
Short-Time Compensation (STC) allows employers to reduce hours for groups of employees by 10 to 60 percent while enabling those employees to receive a prorated unemployment benefit.
Thank you for visiting my website. It is an honor to represent the people of the 12th legislative district in the Nebraska Unicameral Legislature.
You’ll find my contact information on the right side of this page, as well as a list of the bills I’ve introduced this session and the committees on which I serve. Please feel free to contact me and my staff about proposed legislation or any other issues you would like to address.
Sen. Steve Lathrop
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