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Latest Nebraska Legislature Items
Kearney Hub. March 8, 2014.
For Omaha Sen. Ernie Chambers, a bill about abandoned cemeteries was a perfect time to serenade the Nebraska Legislature in song.
Some low-income parents would have a greater incentive to seek raises and promotions at work and to save for a child's college education, under a bill in the Nebraska Legislature.
North Platte Telegraph. March 2, 2014.
A bill to keep kids younger than 16 out of indoor tanning beds is facing resistance in the Nebraska Legislature.
Hotels, gas stations and restaurants would have to notify customers if they place temporary hold charges on their debit cards, under a bill set for review in the Nebraska Legislature.
Counties may soon have a way to regulate door-to-door salesmen through a bill in the Nebraska Legislature.
A Nebraska judge threw a major hurdle in front of the Keystone XL oil pipeline Wednesday, setting into motion yet another review of the $7 billion project and pushing President Obama’s eventual final decision even further down the road.
Scottsbluff Star-Herald. Feb. 2, 2014.