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Nebraska State Troopers Union pushing back

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  LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - The head of the Nebraska state troopers' union is pushing back against portions of a governor's report detailing problems within the Nebraska State Patrol, saying the report unfairly puts part of the blame on the union. Patrol Sgt. Brian Petersen is president of the State Troopers Association of Nebraska. He said Friday that the union supported the recent firing of patrol head Brad Rice and had sought to highlight problems within the patrol prior to the governor's report.

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