A bill that would require certain political subdivisions to hold a joint public hearing before increasing their property tax requests advanced to the final round of debate April 28 after lawmakers amended it to account for real property growth.Read more
Counties, cities, school districts and community colleges seeking to increase the amount of property taxes they collect first would have to hold a joint public hearing under a bill advanced from general file April 7.Read more
Political subdivisions seeking to increase the amount of property taxes they collect would have to hold a joint public hearing under a bill considered Feb. 10 by the Revenue Committee.Read more
Nebraskans would not be required to comply with a mandatory vaccination order under a bill considered Feb. 4 by the Health and Human Services Committee.Read more
Members of the Transportation and Telecommunications Committee heard testimony Feb. 2 on a proposal to repeal the state’s motorcycle helmet requirement.Read more
A bill intended to address the shortage of dental care providers in rural Nebraska passed Aug. 12.Read more
Lawmakers narrowed and advanced a bill from general file Jan. 30 designed to address a shortage of dental care providers in rural areas.Read more
Sen. Ben Hansen doesn’t like to sit still.
The new senator from Blair owns two chiropractic clinics, an equipment rental business and a company that turns reclaimed wood into furniture.Read more
The Health and Human Services Committee heard testimony on a bill Feb. 14 that meant to address a shortage of dental care providers in rural areas.Read more
A proposal to repeal the state’s motorcycle helmet requirement was considered by the Transportation and Telecommunications Committee Feb. 12.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