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LB101 Schilz Indefinitely postponed Eliminate daylight savings time
LB102 Schilz Indefinitely postponed Change provisions relating to vehicle loads
LB103 Schilz Indefinitely postponed Change instream appropriation provisions
LB104 Schilz Indefinitely postponed Change certain vehicle weight provisions
LB105 Schilz Passed Change restrictions on operation of motorboats and personal watercraft
LB106 Schilz Passed Authorize the use of county sales and use taxes for public safety services as prescribed
LB391 Schilz Passed Prohibit activities relating to aquatic invasive species and create the Nebraska Invasive Species Council
LB392 Schilz Indefinitely postponed Provide powers and duties relating to aquatic invasive species
LB393 Schilz Indefinitely postponed Require state agencies to develop plans to use Nebraska biodiesel fuel
LB394 Schilz Passed Change Dry Bean Commission membership provisions
LB395 Schilz Indefinitely postponed Change voting provisions for members of the Nebraska Environmental Trust Board
LB458 Schilz Passed Change expense recovery provisions relating to oil and gas wells
LB459 Schilz Passed Prohibit political subdivisions from defining or assigning legal status for animals inconsistent with personal property status
LB551 Schilz Indefinitely postponed Change the Burial Pre-Need Sale Act
LB684 Schilz Passed Change provisions relating to an advisory committee for travel and tourism
LB684A Schilz Passed Appropriation Bill
LB685 Schilz Indefinitely postponed Change provisions of the Nebraska Visitors Development Act relating to the use of funds and the members of committees
LB686 Schilz Passed Provide exceptions from the Veterinary Medicine and Surgery Practice Act for transplantation of bovine embryos
LB687 Schilz Passed Provide for issuance of a veterinarian locum tenens
LB692 Schilz Withdrawn Change reimbursement requirements for the Department of Administrative Services
LB740 Schilz Passed Provide a length exception for semitrailers transporting baled livestock forage
LB741 Schilz Indefinitely postponed Change application provisions relating to electric generation facilities
LB742 Schilz Passed Change application provisions relating to electric transmission lines and development of renewable energy sources
LB743 Schilz Passed Provide for a fee relating to consideration of a variance under the Nebraska Ground Water Management and Protection Act
LB744 Schilz Withdrawn Change provisions relating to court fees
LB760 Schilz Passed Change provisions relating to meetings of the Environmental Quality Council and grants made to political subdivisions
LB814 Schilz Indefinitely postponed Include additional substances in the schedule of controlled substances under the Uniform Controlled Substances Act
LB873 Schilz Passed Extend sunset of the Petroleum Release Remedial Action Cash Fund
LB919 Schilz Indefinitely postponed Change court fees, sheriff's fees, and handgun certificate fees
LB1021 Schilz Indefinitely postponed Change provisions relating to actions involving motor vehicle collisions with domestic animals
LB1040 Schilz Indefinitely postponed Change provisions relating to snow removal on state highways and encroachments and regulation of state rights-of-way
LB1074 Schilz Indefinitely postponed Provide duties for the State Department of Education relating to the federal Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act
LB1106 Schilz Passed Change provisions relating to assessment of improvements on leased public land
LR9CA Schilz Indefinitely postponed Constitutional amendment to change agricultural and horticultural land valuation
LR35 Schilz Congratulate Arthur County High School for winning the 2011 Six-man state football championship
LR54 Schilz Congratulate the fifth-grade class of Mary Lynch Elementary School for winning first place and second place in the elementary division of the Nebraska Stock Market Game and congratulate Alexandra Reader for winning the essay contest
LR199 Schilz Congratulate the Mathewson family for receiving the 2011 Leopold Conservation Award
LR307 Schilz Referral Interim study to examine the process of decreasing the number of county commissioners
LR308 Schilz Referral Interim study to examine the intent of LB102, 2011, regarding vehicle loads
LR309 Schilz Referral Interim study to examine ways to manage water and provide benefits to landowners and other entities for their ability to store and manage water in recharge areas
LR310 Schilz Referral Interim study to examine the intent of LB692, 2011, regarding the reimbursement of expenses by the Dept. of Administrative Services
LR311 Schilz Referral Interim study to examine the concept of a philanthropic entity investing in an area of state government instead of investing in the capital market
LR312 Schilz Referral Interim study to examine the intent of LB392, 2011, including duties provided to the Game and Parks Commission for inspection, impoundment, and decontamination relating to aquatic invasive species
LR313 Schilz Referral Interim study to examine the intent of LR9CA, 2011, regarding agricultural and horticultural land valuation
LR378 Schilz Congratulate the Ogallala High School one-act play for winning the 2011 Class B state championship
LR539 Schilz Referral Interim study to examine ways in which to manage water and provide benefits to landowners and other entities for their ability to store and manage water in recharge areas
LR540 Schilz Referral Interim study to examine the concept of a philanthropic entity investing in an area of state government instead of investing in the capital market
LR541 Schilz Referral Interim study to examine changing the percentage of municipal sales and use tax receipts given to municipalities to accommodate those that have been adversely affected by large municipal sales and use tax refunds
LR602 Schilz Referral Interim study of the intent of LB919, and the current fees paid to sheriffs for performing their statutory responsibilities and increasing docket fees to cover the actual costs associated with using the court system