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Topic - John Nelson
"For the governor to say that we've done without this now for 80 years, and we don't need the fountains now - I disagree with that," Nelson said. "I think this is the time."
Sen. John Nelson, of Omaha, said the state is now able to finish the project, and that if lawmakers don't act, it could get postponed indefinitely.