LINCOLN, Neb. – The governor’s choice to head up Nebraska’s prisons may face a rocky road to confirmation by lawmakers.
The Judiciary Committee has yet to act on his confirmation amid concerns about his willingness to reform the prison system.
Gov. Dave Heineman appointed Michael Kenney as his corrections director in September, and the Judiciary Committee held his confirmation hearing March 11, but has not voted on his confirmation.
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