Omaha Senator Ernie Chambers is promising to hold up the rest of this year's legislative session.
Chambers blasted his fellow Senators Wednesday for rejecting a medical marijuana bill Tuesday night, saying their vote will hurt suffering children. He's also upset lawmakers advanced a Republican-backed bull to reinstate the winner-take-all system in presidential elections.
Chambers spent most of Tuesday filibustering by reading news articles aloud, talking about Medicaid expansion, and what it's like to undergo a colonoscopy. Chambers says he's not going to relent for the rest of the session. Lawmakers have less than five working days before the session ends