Regulatory Reform

Job Licensing: Questions You Should Ask

July 09, 2019 | by Laura Ebke

Laura Ebke reviews questions legislators and staff should ask as Nebraska begins its first year of implementing the Occupational Board Reform Act.

July 10 News Conference Call: Laura Ebke on First Year of Nebraska's Job Licensing Review

July 05, 2019

A news conference call with Platte Institute Senior Fellow for Job Licensing Reform Laura Ebke will be held Wednesday, July 10, 2019 at 9:30 a.m. Central Time.

Facebook Friday: Lesser-Known Legislative Milestones

June 14, 2019

Adam and Sarah discuss legislative changes that Nebraskans may have missed, and Michael presents an idea for keeping an eye on local government spending.

Laura Ebke Talks Job Licensing on Go Vote, Omaha!

June 11, 2019

Platte Institute Senior Fellow for Job Licensing Reform Laura Ebke joins Go Vote, Omaha! to discuss the upcoming implementation of Nebraska's new Occupational Board Reform Act.

Facebook Friday: REINing in Red Tape

June 07, 2019

We discuss regulatory reform and a REINS Act for Nebraska with Jon Sanders from the John Locke Foundation.

June 5: News Conference Call on Regulation Interim Study

June 03, 2019

A new report suggests ways the Legislature can place a check on the creation of new, major regulations.

2019 Nebraska Legislative Accomplishments

May 31, 2019 | by Adam Weinberg

While the filibuster loomed large in 2019, some important legislation for economic opportunity did win strong, and sometimes unanimous, support. 

Facebook Friday: The 2019 Legislature Adjourns

May 31, 2019

Facebook Friday: the Legislature adjourns for the year with no major property tax reform, but senators did pass some good economic freedom legislation this year.

Home Baking Law Gives Rise to New Cottage Businesses

May 13, 2019 | by Adam Weinberg

Meet five cottage food producers from different corners of Nebraska, who are now able to open their food-selling businesses:

Facebook Friday: Debate Begins on LB289

May 10, 2019

Full legislative debate on property tax reform has started, but senators are short on time, and barriers to a compromise remain high.

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