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New laws on the books with debate expected on law enforcement training and sex assault survivor 'bill of rights'

 

LUNA STEPHENS

Nebraska News Service

While much of the attention on this summer's legislative session will likely be focused on property tax relief, Nebraska state senators passed a variety of bills before the session was suspended and have more to discuss.

The Nebraska Legislature's 2020 session was suspended March 16 because of COVID-19 concerns and will resume July 20. Here's a look at some of the legislation that became laws, and some that will continue to be debated when the Legislature resumes.

Juvenile Confinement

Sen. Patty Pansing Brooks, of Lincoln, introduced LB230, which limit...



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