February 8th, 2013
These are my bills for 2013. This chart contains the bill number and the one liner associated with it. Over the coming weeks I’ll post more details for each of these.
||Change a duty of county assessors relating to real property valuation
||Appropriate funds for the Interstate Compact on Educational Opportunity for Military Children
||Require a report and change administration procedures for ballots at hospitals and nursing homes
||Provide for emergency management registries for persons with special needs
||Provide Nebraska Investment Council duties relating to administration of the Nebraska Veterans’ Aid Fund
||Provide for a Public Service Commission study of next-generation 911
||Change provisions relating to specialty license plates and Purple Heart license plates
||Change provisions relating to bridge construction and road improvements
January 24th, 2012
Senator Scott Price – District 3
January 24, 2012
Happy New Year! – Jacquie and I hope you had a great holiday season. We wish you all the best in 2012!
2012 Session – This 60 day session will be busy one with a number of hot topics being discussed. I’m looking forward to hearing your input as the session progresses.
My Bills – I have introduced several bills. LB719 changes and eliminates provisions of the Records Management Act, transmission of reports, and certain surcharge and convenience fees. LB766 centers on Nebraska Emergency Management, authorizing the Adjutant General to make certain emergency expenditures. LB819 deals with unclaimed property, specifically the treatment of military medals. LB999 revises statutes on display of the Honor and Remember Flag. All four bills were referenced by the Government, Military, and Veterans Affairs Committee. You can view full versions of each bill at http://nebraskalegislature.gov/bills/. I welcome your feedback on pending legislation.
Contact Information- I have enjoyed meeting with constituents over the past months. Your involvement is important in the legislative process. I encourage everyone to be active in their government. You should always feel welcome to contact me – email, phone, newsletter, and district web site are ways to help you stay informed and communicate with me.
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Thank you and looking forward to talking to you soon!
State Senator, District 3