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OTOC & Allies End Coal Burning in North Omaha

Monday, June 9, 2014
Omaha World Herald

The OTOC Environmental Sustainability Team formed early this year upon learning that the Omaha Public Power District (OPPD) planned to continue burning coal in North Omaha and retreat from the use of renewable energy sources (including wind and solar). They presented 4 key demands to the OPPD Board... Read more about OTOC & Allies End Coal Burning in North Omaha

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OTOC Fights for Prenatal Healthcare for Low Income Women in Nebraska

Wednesday, March 14, 2012
Omaha World Herald

Omaha Together One Community (OTOC) joins the Nebraska Catholic Conference, United Methodist Church leadership, Interchurch Ministries of Nebraska and many other medical, religious and social institutions in support of Legislative Bill 599.  This common-sense legislation would restore prenatal care for all low-income women...  Read more about OTOC Fights for Prenatal Healthcare for Low Income Women in Nebraska

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