Senators reconvened Jan. 13 to introduce bills for the 104th Legislature, second session.
Among the 18 bills introduced were:
LB938, sponsored by Papillion Sen. Jim Smith, which would adopt the 911 Service System Act and transfer funds from the Enhanced Wireless 911 Fund to the 911 Service System Fund;
LB939, sponsored by Omaha Sen. Heath Mello, which would adopt the Nebraska Early Childhood Advantage Act;
LB940, sponsored by Wahoo Sen. Jerry Johnson, which would adopt the Tax Stabilization Act;
LB944, sponsored by Lincoln Sen. Matt Hansen, which would change terminology relating to parentage and marital relationships;
LB945, also sponsored by Hansen, which would adopt the Nebraska Healthy Food Financing Initiative Act;
LB948, sponsored by Lincoln Sen. Adam Morfeld, which would change an application period limitation for the designation of enterprise zones;
LB951, sponsored by Omaha Sen. Burke Harr, which would adopt the Affordable Housing Tax Credit Act;
LB952, sponsored by Syracuse Sen. Dan Watermeier, which would require availability of emergency medical services and change membership of the Board of Emergency Medical Services; and
LB953, sponsored by Seward Sen. Mark Kolterman, which would provide protection for qualified adults from financial exploitation.
A complete list of bills introduced thus far is available at NebraskaLegislature.gov. New bills may be introduced until Jan. 20.
Committee hearings will begin Jan. 19.