Senators reconvened Jan. 5 to begin introducing bills.
Among the 101 bills introduced were:
LB25, sponsored by Gretna Sen. John Murante, which would change provisions for presidential electors;
LB30, sponsored by Seward Sen. Mark Kolterman, which would provide for a cash balance benefit plan by cities of the metropolitan and primary classes for certain police officers or firefighters as prescribed;
LB42, sponsored by Omaha Sen. Robert Hilkemann, which would change occupant protection system provisions for children and adopt certain federal safety provisions;
LB50, sponsored by Columbus Sen. Paul Schumacher, which would provide reporting duties relating to behavioral health entities;
LB60, sponsored by Omaha Sen. Brett Lindstrom, which would change Parenting Act provisions relating to limitation or denial of custody or access to a child;
LB65, sponsored by Lincoln Sen. Matt Hansen, which would provide income tax credits for caregivers;
LB68, sponsored by Lincoln Sen. Mike Hilgers, which would prohibit certain regulation of firearms, ammunition and firearm accessories by counties, cities and villages as prescribed;
LB71, sponsored by Lincoln Sen. Patty Pansing Brooks, which would change appropriations relating to the Nebraska Tree Recovery Program;
LB74, sponsored by Bellevue Sen. Sue Crawford, which would change population thresholds relating to annexation, suburban development and planned unit development by a city or village; and
LB75, sponsored by Omaha Sen. Justin Wayne, which would provide for restoration of voting rights upon completion of a felony sentence or probation of a felony.
A complete list of bills introduced thus far is available at NebraskaLegislature.gov. New bills may be introduced for the first 10 legislative days, or until Jan. 18.