Day seven bill introduction
Senators reconvened Jan. 12 to continue introduction of new bills.
Among the 84 measures introduced were:
LB342, introduced by Sen. Brian Hardin of Gering, which would change provisions relating to home inspectors;
LB344, sponsored by Omaha Sen. Christy Armendariz, which would exclude certain delinquent taxes from qualifying for tax credits under the Nebraska Property Tax Incentive Act;
LB367, sponsored by Sen. Danielle Conrad of Lincoln, which would adopt the Fair Chance Hiring Act;
LB374, introduced by Glenvil Sen. Dave Murman, which would adopt the Parents’ Bill of Rights and Academic Transparency Act;
LB381, introduced by Sen. Machaela Cavanaugh of Omaha, which would adopt the Mental Health Wellness Act and authorize county sales and use taxes;
LB385, introduced by Elkhorn Sen. Lou Ann Linehan, which would adopt the Nebraska Teacher Recruitment and Retention Act;
LB390, sponsored by Sen. Robert Clements of Elmwood, which would change provisions relating to ballots for early voting under the Election Act;
LB391, introduced by Omaha Sen. Jen Day, which would provide criminal and civil immunity for pregnancy outcomes;
LB413, sponsored by Sen. Carol Blood of Bellevue, which would adopt the Interstate Teacher Mobility Compact;
LB416, introduced by Omaha Sen. Kathleen Kauth, which would change provisions relating to the taxation of nonresident income.
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.