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Do you know a high school student with an interest in the legislative process? The Nebraska Unicameral Youth Legislature will be occurring again this year from June 5-8, in the Capitol Building in Lincoln. This is an outstanding opportunity for young Nebraskans to learn what it is like to serve as a State Senator, and to discover more about the Unicameral and Nebraska’s lawmaking process than they could in months of reading about it. The UYL is open to all high school students, and registration covers lodging, meals, and transportation. Scholarships are available, and the deadline to register is May 15th. More information is at http://nebraskalegislature.gov/uyl
The 104th Legislature, Second Session, convened on Wednesday, January 6th, 2016. This is the “short session,” making up the second half of the 104th Legislature, of which the 2015 Session was the first. These session lengths are set by the Nebraska Constitution, requiring sixty day sessions in even-numbered years and ninety day sessions in odd-numbered years. The sixty days and ninety days are counted by working days, and not by calendar days, so sixty working days for the legislature will have us adjourning on April 20th.
This session, I will continue to serve on the Executive Board and the Natural Resources, General Affairs and Urban Affairs Committees, and I will serve as the Chairman of the Building and Maintenance Committee. I will continue to work with my colleagues to find common sense solutions to the issues that we face here in Nebraska. As of today (Thursday, January 7th), I have introduced three bills, and will introduce a few more in the coming days. The last day for Senators to introduce bills this session is Wednesday, January 20th. As always, all of my bills can be found by clicking on “Bills Introduced” under “Resources” on the bar to the right of this page.
I always enjoy hearing from the Nebraskans I represent. Please feel free to contact my office with any questions or concerns that you might have. Contact information is located in the upper-right hand corner of this page.
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