Lawmakers passed a bill March 15 that changes a record retention law for transporter plates.Read more
Wind turbine owners and operators would be required to pay decommissioning and reclamation costs under a bill heard March 6 by the Natural Resources Committee.Read more
A bill that would curtail certain uses of eminent domain failed to advance from general file Feb. 27.Read more
Owners of alternative fuel vehicles would pay higher registration fees under a bill discussed Feb. 26 by the Transportation and Telecommunications Committee.Read more
Lawmakers gave first-round approval Feb. 13 to a bill that would change a record retention law for transporter plates.Read more
The Transportation and Telecommunications Committee heard testimony Feb. 5 on several bills proposing changes to regular and specialty license plates.Read more
Senators introduced 154 measures on the final day of bill introduction Jan. 23.
Among the proposals were:
LB589, sponsored by Omaha Sen. Ernie Chambers, which would prohibit peace officers from serving as school resource officers;Read more
Senators reconvened Jan. 16 to introduce new bills.
Among the 66 measures introduced were:
LB313, sponsored by Lincoln Sen. Kate Bolz, which would provide the office of Inspector General of the Nebraska Correctional System with oversight over regional centers;Read more
Senators reconvened Jan. 15 to introduce new bills.
Among the 57 measures introduced were:
LB261, sponsored by Bennington Sen. Wendy DeBoer, which would require use of redistricting maps drawn using state-issued computer software;Read more
Among the issues addressed by lawmakers this session were changes to election law, state administrative procedures and occupational regulations.Read more
Bills authorizing public power utilities to withhold certain records and reducing the impact of streamflow augmentation projects on county tax rolls were among those advanced by the Natural Resources Committee this session.Read more
Lawmakers approved several measures this session that embrace emerging technology, increase driver safety and expand broadband access throughout the state.Read more
Lawmakers gave final approval April 11 to a bill that authorizes the withholding of certain public information relating to firearms.Read more
Lawmakers gave final approval April 6 to a bill that was amended to include several bills related to natural resources, including a provision that allows public power utilities to withhold information that could give competitors an advantage.Read more
A bill that makes numerous changes to existing motor vehicle titling and registration laws was passed by the Legislature April 6.Read more