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Document Primary Introducer Status Description
LB127 Chambers Indefinitely postponed Eliminate provisions relating to hunting mountain lions
LB128 Chambers Indefinitely postponed Repeal the Black-Tailed Prairie Dog Management Act
LB172 Chambers Indefinitely postponed Eliminate certain mandatory minimum penalties
LB173 Chambers Indefinitely postponed Eliminate certain mandatory minimum penalties and change habitual criminal provisions
LB173A Chambers Indefinitely postponed Appropriation Bill
LB212 Chambers Indefinitely postponed Prohibit use of restraints in juvenile courts as prescribed
LB268 Chambers Veto Overridden Eliminate the death penalty and change and eliminate provisions relating to sentencing
LB301 Chambers Passed Change provisions relating to distribution of court opinions
LB473 Chambers Indefinitely postponed Eliminate the power of eminent domain for major pipelines
LB474 Chambers Passed Provide for Mountain Lion Conservation Plates and create a fund
LB474A Chambers Passed Appropriation Bill
LB664 Chambers Indefinitely postponed Provide duties for the Nebraska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission relating to disposal of wastewater
LB686 Chambers Passed Provide for the publication and distribution of the Constitution of Nebraska
LB839 Chambers Indefinitely postponed Require background checks and other requirements for persons purchasing certain types of tactical gear
LB961 Chambers Indefinitely postponed Eliminate provisions relating to hunting mountain lions
LB1055 Chambers Indefinitely postponed Open grand jury proceedings to the public as prescribed and change procedures in cases of death during apprehension by law enforcement officers or while in custody
LB1056 Chambers Indefinitely postponed Adopt the Patient Choice at End of Life Act
LR414 Chambers Prohibit meals or beverages from being provided to legislators by lobbyists in the Capitol while the Legislature is in session