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LB74 Crawford Passed Change population thresholds relating to annexation, suburban development, and planned unit development by a city or village
LB77 Crawford Referral Change provisions relating to access to sales and use tax information by municipalities
LB78 Crawford General File Change provisions relating to relinquishment or abandonment of any portion of a state highway system
LB95 Crawford Referral Change provisions relating to the Community Development Law and tax-increment financing
LB96 Crawford General File Provide an eligible activity for assistance from the Site and Building Development Fund as prescribed
LB97 Crawford Passed Adopt the Riverfront Development District Act
LB107 Crawford Referral Prohibit sexual assault of a patient, client, or student as prescribed
LB108 Crawford Referral Require guidelines to ensure safety of minor or dependent whose parent or guardian is arrested
LB139 Crawford Referral Authorize change to nonpartisan election of county officers
LB224 Crawford Referral Change asset limitation provisions relating to public assistance
LB225 Crawford Passed Change provisions of the Child Protection and Family Safety Act, the Nebraska Juvenile Code, the Foster Care Review Act, and the Nebraska Strengthening Families Act as prescribed
LB225A Crawford Passed Appropriation Bill
LB252 Crawford Referral Change independent expenditure reporting requirements and require electioneering reporting
LB253 Crawford Passed Authorize intergovernmental service agreements under the County Industrial Sewer Construction Act and authorize a use for a sewer tax levy
LB254 Crawford Referral Change provisions relating to making and serving alcoholic liquor by nonlicensed persons as prescribed
LB255 Crawford Passed Adopt the Dialysis Patient Care Technician Registration Act
LB255A Crawford Passed Appropriation Bill
LB280 Crawford Passed Change provisions relating to the Address Confidentiality Act
LB302 Crawford Referral State intent to appropriate funds for psychiatric and behavioral health medicine fellowships
LB303 Crawford Referral Appropriate funds to the University of Nebraska to fund behavioral health internships
LB304 Crawford General File Change provisions relating to the Nebraska Housing Agency Act
LB305 Crawford Referral Adopt the Paid Family Medical Leave Insurance Act
LB371 Crawford Passed Eliminate condemnation authority of the State Fire Marshal
LB372 Crawford Referral Provide protections for employees with family care responsibilities under the Nebraska Fair Employment Practice Act
LB425 Crawford Indefinitely postponed Change and eliminate provisions relating to the Nurse Practitioner Practice Act
LB587 Crawford Referral Change provisions relating to school permits
LB588 Crawford Referral Exempt reflexology from licensure under the Massage Therapy Practice Act
LB589 Crawford General File Provide for depositions of a child victim or child witness
LB590 Crawford Passed Change state building code provisions
LB591 Crawford Referral Provide for enforcement of building codes under the Contractor Registration Act
LB592 Crawford Referral Change the tax incentives available under the Nebraska Advantage Act
LR2 Crawford Congratulate the Bellevue West High School football team for winning the 2016 Class A state championship
LR138 Crawford Referral Interim study to examine the tools, mechanisms, and funding sources available to municipalities to provide for condemnation or demolition of vacant and abandoned buildings
LR147 Crawford Referral Interim study to conduct a comprehensive review of the Nebraska State Immunization Information System and to examine opportunities to increase the rate of immunizations reported to the system across the state
LR199 Crawford Referral Interim study to conduct a review of staff structure, training processes, and roles and responsibilities as they relate to support staff of the standing committees of the Legislature and the Legislative Research Office