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LB268 Campbell Indefinitely postponed State intent to appropriate funds for upgrade of an electronic data collection system related to child welfare and other economic assistance programs
LB269 Campbell Passed Change provisions relating to children and families
LB269A Campbell Passed Appropriation Bill
LB270 Campbell Indefinitely postponed Provide for a medicaid state plan amendment relating to services for children with serious emotional disturbance
LB425 Campbell Indefinitely postponed State intent to appropriate funds for intervention services for at-risk children and youth
LB507 Campbell Passed Adopt the Step Up to Quality Child Care Act
LB507A Campbell Passed Appropriation Bill
LB508 Campbell Indefinitely postponed Change provisions relating to the aid to dependent children program
LB577 Campbell Indefinitely postponed Change provisions relating to the medical assistance program
LB577A Campbell Indefinitely postponed Appropriation Bill
LB887 Campbell Indefinitely postponed Adopt the Wellness in Nebraska Act
LB887A Campbell Indefinitely postponed Appropriation Bill
LB994A Campbell Passed Appropriation Bill
LB1050 Campbell Passed Change provisions relating to inspections of certain child care facilities
LB1076 Campbell Passed Change provisions relating to the Nebraska Telehealth Act
LR22 Campbell Referral Provide the Health and Human Services Committee and the Banking, Commerce and Insurance Committee be designated to convene a Partnership Towards Nebraska's Health Care System Transformation
LR31 Campbell Referral Provide the Executive Board appoint the Children's Behavioral Health Oversight Committee as a special committee
LR61 Campbell Congratulate My'Kah Knowlin for receiving the 2013 Prudential Spirit of Community Award
LR116 Campbell Congratulate Ellie Walstad on her exceptional personal achievements
LR174 Campbell Recognize May 9, 2013, as National Children's Mental Health Awareness Day
LR218 Campbell Referral Interim study to examine fetal alcohol spectrum disorders
LR237 Campbell Referral Interim study to assess the extent to which Nebraska has implemented key provisions of the federal Fostering Connections to Success and Increasing Adoptions Act of 2008
LR241 Campbell Referral Interim study to examine the financial impact of, and financing options for, medicaid expansion under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act for medical assistance for newly eligible individuals
LR300 Campbell Referral Interim study to examine the treatment and services for people dually diagnosed with intellectual or developmental disabilities, mental illness, or behavioral health problems
LR422 Campbell General File Provide the Health and Human Services Committee, in cooperation with the Banking, Commerce and Insurance Committee, be designated to develop policy recommendations towards transformation of Nebraska's health care system
LR539 Campbell Referral Interim study to examine whether the maximum payment rate in the Aid to Dependent Children program, is adequate to meet the goals of the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families program, including keeping children in their own home
LR540 Campbell Referral Interim study to examine the treatment and services for people dually diagnosed with I/DD and MI or I/DD and behavioral health problems
LR541 Campbell Referral Interim study to examine the implementation of educational stability plans for children in foster care under the federal Fostering Connections to Success and Increasing Adoptions Act of 2008
LR542 Campbell Referral Interim study to examine issues regarding the current guardian ad litem system
LR576 Campbell Referral Interim study to examine the current status of the sharing of electronic health records and health information exchanges in Nebraska
LR580 Campbell Referral Interim study to examine the reform effort of Nebraska's behavioral health system