Mr. McCoy said he and other lawmakers are considering their options for Mr. Chambers, which includes censure, admonishment or expulsion for the rest of the session, which would require 33 votes out of 49, Watchdog reported.
"What he's said is a public safety risk to the people of Nebraska and those who wear a uniform," said State Sen. Beau McCoy, who also vowed to stand up every day and demand a "strong denouncement" and apology from Mr. Chambers, Watchdog reported.