Below I have listed the bills that I have introduced this year along with a brief description of each. These measures deal with concerns involving economic development, taxation and revenue, the allocation of school aid to K-12 education, and other matters of concern to the 37th District and Nebraska as a whole.
Please feel free to call my office at 402.471.2726 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org, Your input, opposition, support, and suggestions on any given proposal are greatly appreciated.
Sincerely, Senator Galen Hadley
LB22 was introduced to change and further clarify provisions of the Parenting Act relating to those instances where the parties can not agree upon a parenting plan.
LB23 would redefine statutory language and change allocations of the money held within the ICF/MR Reimbursement Protection Fund.
LB24 changes Nebraska statutory references to the Internal Revenue Code to insure that Nebraska code makes reference to current Federal Law. Signed into Law on March 7, 2013.
LB25 change provisions of Nebraska law relating to the timing of the payment of the cigarette tax and the tobacco products tax by the wholesalers of those products.
LB26 would provide for an increase in the commission allowed to wholesalers and stamping agents for their efforts on behalf of the State in the collection of the cigarette tax and the payment of that tax to the State of Nebraska.
LB27 updates the experience requirements as outlined in the Public Accountancy Act in order for a person to be allowed to engage in the practice Public Accountancy within Nebraska.
Signed into Law on March 20, 2013.
LB28 changes the date for the imposition of increased penalties when required personal property tax filings have not been filing on a timely basis. Signed into Law on March 7, 2013.
LB29 changes the provisions relating to tax lists and provides a duty for county treasurers for recording tax assessments and collections. Signed into Law on March 7, 2013.
LB30 corrects the distribution of motor vehicle certificate of title fees. Signed into Law on February 15, 2013.
LB31 changes provisions of statutes with regard to parking permits for temporarily handicapped or disabled persons.
Signed into Law on March 20, 2013.
LB32 changes and clarifies provisions of law relating to historical vehicle license plates. Signed into Law on March 7, 2013.
LB33 eliminates certain provisions of the revenue laws and set requirements for authorized agreements relating to tax collection.
LB34 changes and clarifies various provisions of the Nebraska Advantage Act.
LB35 Adopt and update references to certain federal provisions related to motor vehicles. Signed into Law on February 15, 2013.
LB53 would change statutory provisions relating to to unpaid sales and use tax with respect to the sale of a business or stock of goods.
LB133 Provides for a definitive priority of insurance coverage relating to motor vehicle dealer loaner vehicles.
Passed Final Reading on March 28, 2013.
LB296 change provisions of the educational savings plan to increase contribution limits relating to income tax reductions and clarifies ownership of the participation agreements.
LB419 was introduce in the event a court decision would require the alteration of provisions of the wind energy nameplate capacity tax.
LB501 redefines and adds language to the Nebraska Advantage Act to include projects for the generation of electricity for sale by means of renewable energy.
LB502 was introduce in the event of the adoption of a regulation would require clarification of statutes concerning an existing sales tax exemption for certain non-profit health clinics.
LB640 would change certain statutory provisions of the Tax Equity and Educational Opportunities Support Act, dealing with the allocation and distribution of funds for educational purposes.