NAGO Members

Hello NAGO Members and guests,
We have been a very busy group as of late. Most recently we’ve given testimony in support of LR107 which opposes federal and state government overreach and in opposition to LR118 introduced by Senator Hunt in an emotional response to LR107. We also have several big days ahead of us!

May 25th – Metro Area

May 25th is the end date for the Omaha Mask Mandate and also the Ralston Mask Mandate which was written dependent on the Omaha Mask Mandate or DHM, for which there are none now.

Come join us at the Omaha Civic Center from 1pm until 2pm for an End of the Mandate Celebration – Enjoy Music, Hold Signs and Flags and Join your Community!

1819 Farnam St Omaha NE – Tues. May 25th @ 1pm

Later in the day Lincoln Public Schools has their Board of Education meeting at 6pm. NAGO Lincoln Point of Contacts will be coordinating a Peaceful Protest prior to the meeting. Go show your support and stand up for the community’s children!

May 29th – MMAMV Global Demonstration

Saturday May 29th, NAGO will be hosting the 3rd Annual MMAMV event here in Omaha, NE at Memorial Park. Please join us from 5:30 to 6:15-30pm for a Peaceful Demonstration on the Pedestrian Bridge over Dodge St. We will have plenty of signs and a few banners as well for us to hold on the bridge and along each side of the road! At the point, we will march up to the open space at Memorial Park for a Speakers Event. Featured speakers include: Dr. Ben Tapper, Breland Ridenour for Governor of NE, Matthew Barros, Allie French, Denise Bradshaw, as well as others!

We could still use your help! Please consider making a donation to help cover rental costs!

Also!!! If anyone has any outdoor sound connections please contact Allie French at ASAP!

Published by Nebraskans Against Government Overreach

Nebraskans Against Government Overreach is a grassroots group dedicated to halting the government overreach affecting citizens across Nebraska, preserving the Liberty of Nebraskans and raising public awareness on informed consent and individual civil rights.

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