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First Five Nebraska testifies on legislative bills affecting early childhood

The 106th Nebraska Legislature is in the eighth week of its 2019 90-day session. Here are updates on six bills First Five Nebraska has testified on this session. They are: LB590, LB266, LB66, LB160, LB459 and LB341.

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February 28, 2019  |  Posted in Legislation

LB590 offers cost efficiencies for state government and child care providers

Integrating NECPRS (the Nebraska Early Childhood Professional Record System online database) into Nebraska’s child care licensing procedure would expedite and simplify the process of verifying provider training and education, resulting in cost and procedural efficiencies for state government and child care providers.

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February 07, 2019  |  Posted in Legislation

LB266 will widen access to the school readiness tax credit

On February 1, Senator Brett Lindstrom (District 17) presented LB266 to the Revenue Committee for public hearing. If advanced to law, the bill will widen access to Nebraska's School Readiness Tax Credits for early care and learning providers and professionals.  Read More

February 01, 2019  |  Posted in Legislation

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