Lawmakers approved a bill April 29 to address a shortfall in a state retirement plan and shorten amortization periods. The bill does not increase fees on any criminal cause of action, traffic
Nebraska law enforcement will be required to make timely abandoned vehicle reports under a bill passed by the Legislature April 29. The bill also increases the value of an abandoned vehicle from
Individuals who have experienced domestic or sexual violence can avoid a lengthy and expensive reimbursement process under a bill passed by the Legislature April 29. The reimbursement covers the
Lawmakers placed limits on a bill to expand eligibility for the federal Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, formerly known as food stamps, before advancing it from select file April 28.
Lawmakers narrowed and advanced a bill from select file April 28 that would ensure legal consultation for juveniles facing serious criminal charges. The Nebraska State Supreme Court would develop a
Juveniles housed in the state’s youth rehabilitation and treatment centers could be moved more quickly during an emergency situation under a bill amended and advanced from select file April 28.
Home inspectors in Nebraska are required to register with the state under a bill passed April 29. Violation of the bill’s provisions will be a Class IV misdemeanor.Continue Reading »
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