81-8,251. Public Counsel; report to Clerk of the Legislature; time; contents.

In addition to whatever reports he or she may make from time to time, the Public Counsel shall on or about February 15 of each year report to the Clerk of the Legislature and to the Governor concerning the exercise of his or her functions during the preceding calendar year. The report submitted to the Clerk of the Legislature shall be submitted electronically. In discussing matters with which he or she has dealt, the Public Counsel need not identify those immediately concerned if to do so would cause needless hardship. So far as the annual report may criticize named agencies or officials, it must include also their replies to the criticism. Each member of the Legislature shall receive an electronic copy of such report by making a request for it to the Public Counsel.

Source:Laws 1969, c. 762, § 12, p. 2883; Laws 1979, LB 322, § 45; Laws 2012, LB782, § 177.