The Senate passed House Bill 2165, relating to death certificates of military veterans, and House Bill 4504, relating to the sharing of juvenile records in certain circumstances with another state. Both bills now move back to the House for approval.
There were two appropriation bills, Senate Bill 344 and Senate Bill 345, that were read for a first time in the Senate today. House Bill 4384 was also read a first time today. The legislation would require teachers with exceptional needs students to be present at an individualized education program planning meeting, or sign a copy of the education program plan verifying that they have read it and made changes if necessary.
Senate Resolution 39 was adopted which recognized Community Action Agencies. The Senate also adopted Senate Resolution 40, which recognized Lincoln Public Service District. The adoption of Senate Resolution 41 designated today Housing Day.
The following committees will meet today:
The following committees will meet tomorrow:
The Senate is adjourned until tomorrow at 11:00 a.m.