Funding non-essential services can prevent local governments from setting the right tax and spending priorities.
While the filibuster loomed large in 2019, some important legislation for economic opportunity did win strong, and sometimes unanimous, support.
AM1846 is expected to see debate next week.
Meet five cottage food producers from different corners of Nebraska, who are now able to open their food-selling businesses:
The Nebraska Legislature’s Revenue Committee has advanced its long-awaited property tax reform plan.
Nebraska's economy is estimated to have seen growth in 2018, but trailed the national average.
A leading national tax think tank says that without some changes, the Revenue Committee's property tax plan could do more harm than good.
The goal of policymakers should be the protection of the public from well-defined harm, not the protection of guild-like occupational structures.
A state law allows transportation companies to prevent newcomers from competing with them. Marc Nda would like to change that.
Evidence from other states show cigarette taxes are not a stable source of revenue for reducing property taxes.