Day six bill introduction

Senators reconvened Jan. 10 to continue introduction of new bills.

Among the 31 measures introduced were:

LB1106, sponsored by Omaha Sen. Jen Day, which would provide for coverage of lactation consultations under the Medical Assistance Act;

LB1109, introduced by Sen. Merv Riepe of Ralston, which would provide an exception under the Preborn Child Protection Act to allow an abortion after 12 weeks in the case of a fatal fetal anomaly and change and eliminate certain penalty provisions relating to abortions;

LB1111, sponsored by Elmwood Sen. Robert Clements, which would require city-county health departments to obtain approval for directed health measures;

LB1113, introduced by Sen. Fred Meyer of Saint Paul, which would change provisions relating to the types of property receiving a property tax exemption under the ImagiNE Nebraska Act;

LB1114, sponsored by Lincoln Sen. Eliot Bostar, which would adopt the Endow Nebraska Act and provide tax credits;

LB1116, introduced by Sen. Teresa Ibach of Sumner, which would adopt the Grocer Reinvestment Option Act;

LB1120, sponsored by Gering Sen. Brian Hardin, which would require affidavits for certain purchases of real property near military installations;

LB1123, introduced by Sen. George Dungan of Lincoln, which would provide for postconviction relief for a claim of actual innocence and for exceptions from time limitations and procedural defaults;

LB1126, sponsored by Lincoln Sen. Carolyn Bosn, which would create the National Career Readiness Certificate Pilot Program within the state Department of Correctional Services; and

LB1131, introduced by Sen. Jane Raybould of Lincoln, which would appropriate funds to the state Department of Environment and Energy for grants for tribal-owned community drinking water and sewer systems.

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. 17.

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