Landlords could require written documentation of a tenant’s disability before allowing an assistance animal on their property under a bill considered Feb. 20 by the Judiciary Committee.Read more
Lawmakers gave final approval March 29 to a bill making it a criminal offense to threaten someone with a text or email message.Read more
Senators advanced a bill March 15 that would make it a criminal offense to threaten someone with a text or email message after adopting an amendment related to chip-based payment cards.Read more
Sending a text message with the intent to threaten someone would be a criminal offense under a bill that received first-round approval in the Legislature Feb. 28.Read more
Cass County would transfer to a new planning and development region under a bill heard Feb. 2 by the Government, Military and Veterans Affairs Committee.Read more
On the final day of bill introduction, senators introduced 57 bills.
LB1093, sponsored by Fremont Sen. Lynne Walz, which would create the Office of Inspector General of Nebraska Public Health;Read more
To say that newly-appointed Sen. Robert Clements has deep roots in his legislative district would be an understatement. His great-great-grandfather John came to the area in 1868 to homestead as an immigrant from England. He went on to be one of the four men who incorporated the village of Elmwood in 1886.Read more