Agenda for May 23rd, 2019

106th Legislature, 1st Regular Session - Day 81

NEBRASKA UNICAMERAL LEGISLATIVE AGENDA
Eighty-First Day

Thursday, May 23, 2019

9:00 a.m.

One Hundred Sixth Legislature

First Session


  • Prayer by the Chaplain
  • Call to Order - Roll Call
  • Corrections for the Journal
  • Messages, Reports, Announcements
GENERAL FILE: 2019 COMMITTEE PRIORITY BILLS - "Hansen Division"
Document Introducer Description
LB288 Linehan Change income tax rates
LB436 Hansen, M. Create the Complete Count Committee

SELECT FILE: 2019 SENATOR PRIORITY BILL
Document Introducer Description
LB209 Albrecht Require information, materials, and reporting regarding continuing a viable pregnancy after taking mifepristone and change provisions relating to public indecency

FINAL READING: Motion to return to Select File for a specific amendment
Document Introducer Description
LB470A La Grone Appropriation Bill

FINAL READING (Bills Preceded with an * Will Require a Vote To Suspend At Large Reading, Pursuant to Rule 6, Section 8)
Document Introducer Description
LB15 Blood Adopt the Children of Nebraska Hearing Aid Act
LB218e Lindstrom Redefine real property and gross receipts for tax purposes
LB309 Lathrop Increase the number of district court judges in Douglas County
*LB538 Lathrop Change provisions relating to possession of a gambling device and provide for approval of certain mechanical amusement devices by the Department of Revenue
LB538A Lathrop Appropriation Bill
*LB600e Walz Change provisions for the bridge to independence programs, the Nebraska Children's Commission membership and operations, case management for juvenile services, the Nebraska Health Care Cash Fund, and the Public Counsel
LB600Ae Walz Appropriation Bill
LB641 McDonnell Provide for grants for a 211 Information and Referral Network
LB641A McDonnell Appropriation Bill

FINAL READING: CONSENT CALENDAR

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.
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Document Introducer Description
LB62 Howard Provide for education regarding and treatment of trichomoniasis
LB123 Crawford Add an exemption from the Taxpayer Transparency Act for certain contracts
LB135 Stinner Change provisions relating to students in emergency medical services training
LB220 Wishart Change provisions regarding vending facility programs in state buildings for blind vendors
LB244e Erdman Provide for mobile massage therapy establishments
LB248 Howard Change terminology relating to hearing-impaired persons
LB260 Hansen, B. Change provisions relating to medicaid recovery audit contractors and a health insurance premium assistance payment program
LB281 McCollister Provide for posting by public schools of a toll-free number set up to report child abuse or neglect
LB308 Lathrop Change provisions relating to commencement of civil actions, voluntary appearances, and waivers of defenses
LB315 Kolterman Provide for an inheritance tax exemption and change certain inheritance tax proceedings
LB374 Brewer Provide for raptor permits for wildlife abatement
LB392 Lathrop Change hearsay provisions in the Nebraska Evidence Rules
LB414 Brandt Change county highway superintendent duties as prescribed and eliminate an annual report requirement
LB427 Howard Change terminology relating to legitimacy of children
LB447 McDonnell Exempt certain employees of the Nebraska State Historical Society from the State Personnel System and change election provisions for the board of trustees of the Nebraska State Historical Society
LB447A McDonnell Appropriation Bill
LB454 Clements Change education requirements for issuance of a broker's or salesperson's license under the Nebraska Real Estate License Act
LB476 McCollister Eliminate a sunset provision relating to certain retail sales of natural gas by a metropolitan utilities district
LB505 Brewer Change provisions relating to support order payments and the State Disbursement Unit
LB525 Dorn Change provisions relating to the sale of county land in fee simple
LB533 Cavanaugh Change terminology related to marriage
LB559 Arch Change provisions relating to the State Anatomical Board
LB561 Geist Adopt updated audit standards under the Legislative Performance Audit Act
LB564 Bolz Change the Civic and Community Center Financing Act
LB571 Walz Require assisted-living facilities to provide grievance procedures to the Department of Health and Human Services as prescribed
LB571A Walz Appropriation Bill
LB609 La Grone Provide for reimbursement of actual costs of a rental vehicle by county and local governments
LB719 Hughes Provide for reporting to the National Motor Vehicle Title Information system for wreckers and salvage dealers
LB719A Hughes Appropriation Bill
LB726 Walz Require a protocol for individuals eligible for medical parole to apply for medical assistance

LEGISLATIVE RESOLUTION(s) Eligible For Adoption Pursuant to Rule 4, Section 5(b)
Document Introducer Description
LR150 Albrecht Recognize the work of veteran poppy makers and remember the lives lost in World War I
LR185 Crawford Recognize the 150th anniversary of Mission Middle School in Bellevue
LR195 Hilgers Recognize May 17, 2019, as Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma Awareness Day
LR196 Vargas Congratulate the Omaha South High School boys' soccer team on winning the 2019 Class A state championship
LR203 Bostelman Extend thanks to the Federal Management Agency, the Nebraska Emergency Management Agency, and the emergency managers for their outstanding leadership and support during the flooding and recovery
LR225 Kolowski Congratulate the Millard West High School girls' soccer team for winning the 2019 Class A state championship
LR230 Erdman Recognize the outstanding achievements of Dean Gorsuch in the competitive sport of rodeo


  • Messages on the President's Desk
  • Adjourn until Friday, May 24, 2019 at 9:00 a.m.