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Senators reconvened Jan. 8 to introduce bills for the 104th Legislature, second session.
Among the 40 bills introduced were:
LB814, sponsored by Henderson Sen. Curt Friesen, which would change a requirement for issuance of a school permit;
LB817, sponsored by Ralston Sen. Merv Riepe, which would adopt the Direct Primary Care Agreement Act;
LB831, sponsored by Lincoln Sen. Matt Hansen, which would adopt the Automatic License Plate Reader Privacy Act;
LB833, sponsored by Columbus Sen. Paul Schumacher, which would change provisions relating to child support enforcement actions;
LB836, sponsored by Omaha Sen. Heath Mello, which would adopt the In the Line of Duty Compensation Act;
LB839, sponsored by Omaha Sen. Ernie Chambers, which would require background checks and other requirements for persons purchasing certain types of tactical gear;
LB840, sponsored by Omaha Sen. Nicole Fox, which would change provisions relating to the time allowed for certain internal grievances under the Health Carrier External Review Act;
LB845, sponsored by Lincoln Sen. Patty Pansing Brooks, which would provide requirements relating to confinement of juveniles and provide a duty for the Inspector General of Nebraska Child Welfare;
LB850, sponsored by Bellevue Sen. Sue Crawford, which would adopt the Paid Family Medical Leave Insurance Act; and
LB851, sponsored by Omaha Sen. John McCollister, which would change the Taxpayer Transparency Act.
A complete list of bills introduced thus far is available at NebraskaLegislature.gov. New bills may be introduced for the first 10 legislative days, or until Jan. 20.
Floor debate on carryover bills will begin Jan. 11. Committee hearings will begin Jan. 19.
The session will last 60 legislative days and is tentatively scheduled to adjourn April 20.