The Nebraska Legislature’s 2016 session will begin January 6. The 2016 session will be a short one, lasting 60 working days — ending on or around April 20.
Among some of the key issues expected to consume considerable floor time in 2016 are the state’s K-12 school aid formula, workforce development, taxes, the state’s $730 million record cash reserve, and roads’ construction and funding. Many of the bills introduced in the 2015 session will be carried over.
To see the 2016 legislative calendar, visit http://www.nebraskalegislature.gov/pdf/session/2016_calendar.pdf.