A successful session

The Nebraska Legislature’s “short session” went much longer than usual this year due to coronavirus. While the session didn’t wrap up until August, it was worth the wait for Nebraskans. From property tax relief to career scholarships, several key priorities were achieved to help grow our state both now and for future generations.

Property Tax Relief: LB 1107 not only delivered significant property tax relief to Nebraskans, but it also reformed our business incentives and puts Nebraska in the running for a $1 billion federal investment in the University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC). LB 1107 is a big deal for our state. Through the programs in this bill, the state will deliver a total of $650 million in annual property tax relief. This is more than a four-fold increase in direct property tax relief from the state since I took office.


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