Agenda for April 11th, 2018

105th Legislature, 2nd Regular Session - Day 59

Fifty-Ninth Day

Wednesday, April 11, 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
FINAL READING: CONSENT CALENDAR (Bills Preceded with an * Will Require a Vote To Suspend At Large Reading, Pursuant to Rule 6, Section 8)

The following rules apply to Consent Calendar:

  • If any three members of the Legislature object to the bill being considered on Consent Calendar, please advise the Clerk in writing. Such requests must be filed with the Clerk prior to the expiration of 15 minutes of debate, at this stage of consideration, on the bill to be removed.
  • Upon either the completion of debate or the expiration of 15 minutes, whichever comes first, a vote shall be taken to advance the bill and on any pending motions or amendments pursuant to Rule 5, Section 6(d).
  • Any amendment adopted, other than the standing committee amendment, which adds new subject matter to the bill will result in the bill not being scheduled at the next stage of debate.
Document Introducer Description
LB982 Morfeld Provide for persons eighteen years of age or older to consent to certain behavioral health services
LB983 Ebke Change provisions relating to audiovisual court appearances
LB1000e Briese Require a bond election under the Public Facilities Construction and Finance Act
LB1003 McDonnell Change leave of absence without loss of pay provisions under the Military Code
LB1012 Harr Authorize self-service storage facility operator insurance producer licenses
LB1030 Friesen Change the sales tax sourcing rules for certain motor vehicles and trailers
LB1036 Kolowski Change the expenditure limit for a recognition dinner under the Local Government Miscellaneous Expenditure Act
LB1038e Thibodeau Provide a deadline for electronic voter registration
LB1052 Pansing Brooks Require instruction and teacher education related to dyslexia
LB1070 Brewer Change an election requirement for school districts with fewer than twenty-five students in high school grades
LB1110 Vargas Require annual reporting of school performance scores and classifications

FINAL READING (Bills Preceded with an * Will Require a Vote To Suspend At Large Reading, Pursuant to Rule 6, Section 8)
Document Introducer Description
LB258 Hansen Provide opportunity for inmates to obtain state identification card or renew driver's license before discharge
*LB439 Wishart Change licensure and regulation provisions for assisted-living facilities
LB439A Wishart Appropriation Bill
LB596 Groene Exempt equine, cat, and dog massage practice from licensure and regulation
LB714 Howard Provide a procedure for judicial emancipation of a minor
LB745 Watermeier Require notice relating to certain refunds of local sales and use taxes
LB803 Stinner Change certain permit and certificate requirements relating to prekindergarten programs
LB827 Lowe Provide for disposition of property of members of veterans' homes and change state personnel system exemptions for the Department of Veterans' Affairs
LB865 Crawford Change provisions relating to passage of ordinances by cities and villages
LB901 Bostelman Change permit application and issuance requirements relating to regulation of certain structures by the Division of Aeronautics of the Department of Transportation and provide a duty for the Nebraska National Guard
*LB906 Williams Change provisions relating to the schedules of controlled substances
LB923 Morfeld Provide immunity for certain law enforcement employees administering naloxone and change provisions relating to immunity for persons reporting or experiencing alcohol overdoses
*LB990 Wayne Create the offense of possession of a firearm by a prohibited juvenile offender
LB990A Wayne Appropriation Bill
LB1009 Murante Change a rural highway classification and maximum highway speed limits as prescribed
LB1090 Smith Change provisions relating to income tax brackets, personal exemptions, standard deductions, and itemized deductions
LB1090A Smith Appropriation Bill
LB1098 Hilgers Change dollar threshold for certain purchasing requirements under the County Purchasing Act
*LB1119 Riepe Adopt the Direct Primary Care Pilot Program Act and the Nebraska Right to Shop Act
*LB1132 Pansing Brooks Require certain reporting by health care providers of injury from sexual assault, provide a procedure to set aside convictions of victims of sex trafficking and to expunge records, and provide for development and distribution of a statewide model anonymous reporting protocol
LB738 Lindstrom Change revenue and taxation provisions relating to an adjustment to income for social security benefits
LB738A Lindstrom Appropriation Bill
LB776 McCollister Change provisions relating to powers and duties of the Jail Standards Board and provide requirements for inmate access to telephone or videoconferencing systems in county and city jails
*LB841 Pansing Brooks Change provisions relating to parole administration and correctional services
LB902 Bostelman Authorize the withholding from the public of information regarding firearm registration, possession, sale, or use
LB1040 Albrecht Provide for commemorative certificates of nonviable birth
LB751 Legislative Performance Audit Committee Change agency duties with respect to adoption of rules and regulations
LB861 Watermeier Authorize claims to the state for certain costs relating to correctional incident prosecutions as prescribed
LB994e Friesen Create the Rural Broadband Task Force and exempt dark fiber from sales tax
LB994A Friesen Appropriation Bill
*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
*LB1089e Smith Change provisions relating to confidential tax information, refundable income tax credits, and homestead exemptions
*LB1121 Larson Adopt the Nebraska Uniform Protected Series Act
LB1121A Larson Appropriation Bill

RULES COMMITTEE REPORT (found on Journal Pages 1476-1477)
Proposed Rule Change to Rule 2 (offered by Senator Scheer and found on Journal Page 802)
Proposed Rule Change to Rule 10 (offered by Senator Watermeier and found on Journal Page 803)

Document Introducer Description
LR266 Hughes Urge the U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation, the Nebr. congressional delegation, and the Game and Parks Commission to find a solution regarding policy changes that affect Hugh Butler Lake, Harry Strunk Lake, and Swanson Reservoir
LR296 Walz Provide the Executive Board of the Legislative Council appoint a special committee known as the State-Licensed Care Facilities Investigative Committee of the Legislature

LEGISLATIVE RESOLUTION(s) Eligible For Adoption Pursuant to Rule 4, Section 5(b)
Document Introducer Description
LR488 Erdman Congratulate Amanda Most, Grady Johnson, Brooke Bell, Brytany Gama, Marie Meis, Halie Andreasen, and Jordan Popp on their positions as 2018 Nebraska FFA State Officers
LR489 Linehan Congratulate the Douglas County West Community Schools Robotics teams on their victories at the U.S. Open Robotics championship
LR490 Riepe Congratulate Jocelyn Muhammad for being inducted into the Millard Public Schools Foundation Alumni Hall of Fame
LR491 Riepe Congratulate Sonia Garcia Martinez for being selected to receive the World Language Distinguished Scholar Award for Education Service Unit 3
LR492 Riepe Congratulate Tim Leuschen for being honored with the Millard Public Schools Foundation Caryl and Katherine Brown Award for Excellence in High School Teaching for 2018
LR493 Riepe Congratulate Tony Pane for being inducted into the Millard Public Schools Foundation 2018 Hall of Fame for Excellence in Coaching or Activities
LR494 Riepe Congratulate Tricia Gillett for being honored with the Millard Public Schools Foundation Broadmoor Award for Excellence in High School Teaching for 2018
LR495 McDonnell Designate April 3, 2019, as Dr. Matthew Oliver Ricketts Day in Nebraska
LR496 Blood Congratulate the Omaha Bryan High School boys' basketball team on a successful season and Coach Terrence O'Donnell for being named the Class A boys Coach of the Year

  • Messages on the President's Desk
  • Adjourn until Wednesday, April 18, 2018 at 9:00 a.m.