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Search for Hilkemann, 4 in the 107th Legislature

Document Primary Introducer Status Description
LB81 Hilkemann Passed Provide authority for sanitary and improvement districts to own, construct, and maintain public parking facilities
LB82 Hilkemann Referral Change motor vehicle tax schedules
LB186 Hilkemann Referral Change provisions relating to the offense of criminal child enticement
LB225 Hilkemann Referral Appropriate funds to the Department of Health and Human Services
LB226 Hilkemann Referral Change motor vehicle tax exemptions as prescribed under the Motor Vehicle Registration Act
LB239 Hilkemann Indefinitely postponed Change provisions relating to the use of handheld wireless communication devices under the Nebraska Rules of the Road
LB240 Hilkemann Indefinitely postponed Require use of occupant protection systems for each vehicle occupant
LB495 Hilkemann Referral Require the Department of Health and Human Services to implement an increase in foster care reimbursement rates
LB496 Hilkemann Select File Change provisions relating to postconviction relief and require collection of DNA samples from persons arrested for crimes of violence or burglary
LB496A Hilkemann General File Appropriation Bill
LR19 Hilkemann Adopted Recognize Howard Hawks for his nearly two decades of dedicated service on the Board of Regents of the University of Nebraska
LR28 Hilkemann Referral Rescind all resolutions previously passed by the Nebraska Legislature petitioning Congress to call a federal constitutional convention
LR42 Hilkemann Adopted Recognize Phyllis Hegstrom for her career at Home Instead Senior Care and her advocacy for senior citizens
LR67 Hilkemann Adopted Recognize March 2021 as Problem Gambling Awareness Month in Nebraska
LR75 Hilkemann Adopted Congratulate the Millard North High School boys' basketball team on winning the 2021 Class A state championship
LR127 Hilkemann Referral Interim study to identify a more equitable scale for motor vehicle taxation
LR250 Hilkemann Adopted Recognize Dr. Adi Pour for her service as health director of the Douglas County Health Department and congratulate her on her retirement