Former Speaker of the Legislature Mike Flood of Norfolk announced Friday that he will be a candidate for the Legislature in 2020.
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The 106th Nebraska Legislature adjourned sine die Friday, ending the long session a few days early.
The Legislature ended Friday — adjourned sine die — on day 84 of the 90-day session.
Sen. Mike Groene's third attempt to give educators the authority to physically restrain students who become violent in schools did not advance out of committee this year.
The Legislature's Executive Board is clearing a pathway for potential enactment of a new state business tax-incentives program before senators are scheduled to conclude their legislative session next week.
The Nebraska Legislature will finish up its work early this session and adjourn sine die on May 31, Speaker Jim Scheer announced Thursday morning.
At the beginning of Wednesday's legislative debate, senators stood in support of Sen. Tom Briese's painstaking effort to keep Nebraska in compliance with the Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement.
The sister of a domestic violence victim who was severely injured when her husband acted on his threats to burn down their house wrote a letter to the Legislature about the need for a change in the law covering protection orders.
In the future, you may be seeing sandhill cranes, bighorn sheep and ornate box turtles on Nebraska license plates.
A proposed constitutional amendment from Omaha Sen. Justin Wayne — which led to a two-day standstill in the Legislature after it was pulled from the agenda — returned on Thursday.