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Nebraska

Nebraska

Nebraska (NE)


Capital: Lincoln

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State Code

Facts & Statistics

STATE STATISTICS 
Population 2018
1,929,268
Population 2017 1,917,575
Population 2016 1,905,924
Below Poverty 2018 10.5
Below Poverty 2017 10.8
Below Poverty 2016 11.4
Employment – Population Ratio 2018
67.3
Employment – Population Ratio 2017 67.1
Employment – Population Ratio 2016 67.2
Unemployed 2018 2.8
Unemployed 2017 2.9
Unemployed 2016 3.1
Foreclosure Rate 2018 1 of 4,168
STATE FACTS
The 911 system of emergency communications, now used nationwide, was developed and first used in Lincoln, Nebraska.
In 1950, Omaha became the home of the College World Series.
Nebraska has U.S.’s largest aquifer (underground lake/water supply), the Ogallala aquifer.

 

 

 

Government

ELECTED OFFICIALS
 Governor
Pete Ricketts (R)
 Lieutenant Governor  Mike Foley (R)
 Attorney General Doug Peterson (R)
 Secretary of State Bob Evnen (R)
 Legislative Control Officially non-partisan

 

 

Legislative Process

LEGISLATIVE DATES AND DEADLINES
Convenes January 9, 2019
Sine Die Adjournment May 29, 2019
Committee Action Deadlines N/A
Crossover Deadline None
Carryover from Previous Session Yes (2019 – 2020)
Governor’s Signing Deadline (in session) Five days, Sundays excepted
Governor’s Signing Deadline (after adjournment) 45 days
Veto Override 3/5 majority 
Legislation Effective Date Three months following adjournment

 

 

 

Notable Laws & Legislation

Security Breach Notification Law
Retail Installment Sales Contract Law

AFSA Comment Letters

 

Enforcement

Regulatory Actions

Featured Regulations
Regulatory Guidelines

Advocacy, Initiatives & Reports

Advocacy

 

Trade Associations

There are currently no partner industry associations in Nebraska

 

Political Geography


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