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Update on early childhood bills moving through the Legislature

The Nebraska Legislature just passed the halfway point of this year’s 90-day session. Committee hearings have ended and full-day floor debate begins April 2. Here's an update of early childhood bills working their way through the legislative process. Read More

March 28, 2019  |  Posted in Legislation

We support LB720, which would create a new business development tax-incentive program

Communities need a strong infrastructure to attract and retain businesses, and we believe that infrastructure should include high-quality child care to support working parents and employers.   Read More

March 07, 2019  |  Posted in Legislation

LB564 revises scope of financing act to include child care facilities

LB564 revises the definition of facilities eligible to receive grant funding under the Civic and Community Center Financing Fund to include child care, among other things.           Read More

March 06, 2019  |  Posted in Legislation

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