Updates & Alerts

Status of the Session

Monday was the 55th day of the session.  Senators have picked up the pace as the days dwindle, though that comes with extended debate on some issues, including debate as to whether extended debate means just that or is in fact filibustering. Measures that have fallen...

Status of the Session

Last Friday and today are much needed legislative recess days for all concerned.  Senators have had very long days (and evenings) in committee hearings over the last few weeks, and morning floor debate has at times been intense. This was a big week in the Legislature...

Status of the Session

One hectic week in the Legislature gives way to another.  This started off Tuesday with the Urban Affairs Committee’s consideration of LB 492, legislation aimed at expanding the metro area’s transit system.  This goes directly to the Chamber’s 2040 vision of...

Status of the Session

This is the week the big tax debate really gets underway in the Revenue Committee. On Wednesday, the committee considered Senator McCollister’s LB 276, which would repeal the Sub-S/LLC exemption for out-of-state income.  This would be an invitation for Nebraska...

Legislative Update: Advocating for You

REGISTER NOW to receive regular legislative updates. Stay in-the-know, and let your voice be heard. Here’s the latest: This session proposes detrimental changes in the income tax treatment to certain Nebraska companies who own Subchapter S corporations and...

Update May 18, 2018

Taxation and revenues will continue to be a major focus of debate, post adjournment, in the interim, and when senators reconvene in 2019.  Below is information on the revenues generated by Nebraska’s various taxes, per the Economic Forecasting Board at its February...

Share This