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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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