Nebraska Attorney General launches new campaign and new website

The Nebraska Attorney General (AG) in collaboration with Nebraska Interactive has launched a new website and an important campaign both geared to keep Nebraskans safe. The Nebraska Dose of Reality campaign focuses on the dangers of prescription drugs, specifically opioids, and, like the new Attorney General website, contains information to empower citizens.

“Collaborating with the AG’s office is always a pleasure. Protecting Nebraskans is no small task and we are exhilarated to be part of that effort.” stated Brent Hoffman, President of Nebraska Interactive. “We’ve partnered before on Protect the Good Life, an AG Consumer website which offers Nebraskans information to protect themselves, which recently won a 2016 Davey Silver Award in the category of Social Responsibility. Our working relationship is strong.”

The AG’s new website consists of open government, resources, and pages of content varying from consumer protection to human trafficking and more can be found on the newly launched Doug Peterson, The Attorney General website. The Attorney General and Protect the Good Life websites were designed by Nebraska Interactive, LLC. The Nebraska Dose of Reality website was also built by Nebraska Interactive, LLC in collaboration with the Dose of Reality campaign created by Wisconsin.



About ( is managed by Nebraska Interactive, LLC., part of digital government firm NIC’s (NASDAQ: EGOV) family of companies.  Nebraska Interactive works with state agencies to enable them to conduct state business online and improve public access to government information and is contracted by the Nebraska State Records Board to provide online services for Nebraska government agencies.

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