Agenda for April 9th, 2018

105th Legislature, 2nd Regular Session - Day 57

NEBRASKA UNICAMERAL LEGISLATIVE AGENDA
Fifty-Seventh Day

Monday, April 9, 2018

9:00 a.m.

One Hundred Fifth Legislature

Second Session


  • Prayer by the Chaplain
  • Call to Order - Roll Call
  • Corrections for the Journal
  • Messages, Reports, Announcements

SELECT FILE: 2018 COMMITTEE PRIORITY BILLS

Document Introducer Description
LB861 Watermeier Authorize claims to the state for certain costs relating to correctional incident prosecutions as prescribed
LB1081 Education Committee Change education provisions regarding reporting, penalties, residency, boundaries, priority schools, subpoena authority, poverty, and limited English proficiency and adopt the Nebraska Reading Improvement Act
LB1081A Groene Appropriation Bill
LB1089 Smith Change provisions relating to confidential tax information, refundable income tax credits, and homestead exemptions
LB994 Friesen Create the Rural Broadband Task Force and exempt dark fiber from sales tax
LB994A Friesen Appropriation Bill
LB731 Williams Change provisions relating to physical therapy, respiratory care, and the Cosmetology, Electrology, Esthetics, Nail Technology, and Body Art Practice Act, provide for mobile salons and remote dispensing pharmacies, and adopt the Physical Therapy Licensure Compact
LB731A Williams Appropriation Bill
LB807 Harr Provide for replacement of statues in the United States Capitol
LB807A Harr Appropriation Bill
LB670 Krist Change provisions relating to the juvenile justice system
LB1120 Larson Change provisions of the Nebraska Liquor Control Act and music licensing provisions
LB873 Urban Affairs Committee Change provisions relating to cities of particular classes and villages, correct and include references as prescribed, eliminate obsolete provisions and repeal definitions, provide for interlocal nuisance agreements, to determine population thresholds, redefine certain economic development programs, authorize creation of additional land banks, change comprehensive plans for an early childhood element, authorize short-term rentals, and change provisions relating to the official state slogan and symbol
LB953 Albrecht Change provisions under the Nebraska Workers' Compensation Act and the Employee Classification Act

No Later Than 10:30 A.M. - GENERAL FILE: 2018 SENATOR PRIORITY BILL

Document Introducer Description
LB1115 Murante Provide population requirements for establishing district boundary lines for legislative districts, Supreme Court districts, and certain political subdivisions

GENERAL FILE: 2018 SENATOR PRIORITY BILL

Document Introducer Description
LB989 Wishart Authorize automated-driving-system-equipped vehicles, automated driving systems, and driverless-capable vehicles as prescribed

GENERAL FILE: 2018 SENATOR PRIORITY BILLS

Document Introducer Description
LB640 Groene Change provisions of the Property Tax Credit Act and provide school district property tax relief
LB947 Smith, at the request of the Governor Adopt the Nebraska Property Tax Cuts and Opportunities Act, change income tax rates, and eliminate certain exemptions and credits
LB947A Smith Appropriation Bill
LB1103 Friesen Provide a minimum amount of state aid for each school district

GENERAL FILE: 2018 COMMITTEE PRIORITY BILL

Document Introducer Description
LB791 Ebke, at the request of the Governor Add and change provisions relating to employment of law enforcement officers and reports of sexual harassment
LB791A Ebke Appropriation Bill

GENERAL FILE: 2018 SENATOR PRIORITY BILL

Document Introducer Description
LB948 Murante, at the request of the Governor Change and eliminate provisions relating to rules and regulations

GENERAL FILE: 2018 SENATOR PRIORITY BILL

Document Introducer Description
LB1069 Brasch Change provisions related to the Committee on Americanism

IF TIME PERMITS, RETURN TO ABOVE AGENDA AT LOCATION LEFT AT 10:30 A.M.


LEGISLATIVE RESOLUTION(s) Eligible For Adoption Pursuant to Rule 4, Section 5(b)

Document Introducer Description
LR483 Brewer Congratulate Tamara Eagle Bull for her outstanding achievements and on her recognition by the American Institute of Architects with the 2018 Whitney M. Young Jr. Award
LR484 Watermeier Recognize Mary Fischer for her work for the Legislature and congratulate her on her retirement
LR486 Halloran Congratulate Trenton Karr, Joshua Bohlke, Adam Napier, Justin Vrooman, Spencer Tessman, Johnathan Roberts, Zachary Griswold, Christian Spurrier, Adam Eddy, and Jonathan Zimmerman on achieving the rank of Eagle Scout


  • Messages on the President's Desk
  • Adjourn until Tuesday, April 10, 2018 at 9:00 a.m.