A bill on final reading that would update social studies requirements for Nebraska schools was amended March 15 after lawmakers voted to return it to select file.Read more
A bill that would extend and eliminate certain statutes of limitation for labor and sex trafficking was considered March 13 by the Judiciary Committee.Read more
A bill that would update social studies requirements for Nebraska schools was amended and advanced to the final round of debate after a successful cloture motion March 12.Read more
A bill that would update social studies requirements for Nebraska schools advanced from general file Feb. 26 after a successful cloture vote.Read more
Lawmakers continued first-round debate Feb. 22 on a bill that would update social studies requirements for Nebraska schools.Read more
After three hours of debate over two days, a bill that would update social studies requirements for Nebraska schools stalled on general file Feb. 20.Read more
Peru Sen. Julie Slama should probably be in class right now. While most new state senators are learning to balance their public service with work responsibilities, Slama is figuring out how to serve the constituents of District 1 and finish her spring semester legal writing course.Read more
The Education Committee heard testimony Jan. 29 on a bill intended to ensure civic competence among Nebraska students.Read more
Senators reconvened Jan. 17 to introduce new bills.
Among the 30 measures introduced were:
LB378, sponsored by Blair Sen. Ben Hansen, which would change helmet provisions for autocycles, motorcycles and mopeds;Read more
Senators reconvened Jan. 14 to introduce new bills.
Among the 39 measures introduced were:
LB226, sponsored by Grand Island Sen. Dan Quick, which would state intent relating to appropriations for the Youth Rehabilitation and Treatment Center-Kearney and the Youth Rehabilitation and Treatment Center-Geneva;Read more
Julie Slama of Peru will fill an upcoming vacancy in the Nebraska Legislature. She will replace Syracuse Sen. Dan Watermeier, who was elected to the Nebraska Public Service Commission in November and will vacate the legislative seat next month.Read more