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New Laws go into Effect Jan. 1 for Nebraskans

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Nebraskans will ring in the new year with a host of new state laws, as lawmakers approved 10 bills this year that go into effect Tuesday.

Here is a brief synopsis of the new laws:

  • LB 14: Changes fees for deeds, mortgages, wills and other papers within a county's register of deeds.
  • LB 216: Creates a special interest license plate for classic cars that aren't used for regular travel.
  • LB 536: A law designed to give counties additional notice that property is changing hands because of a death.
  • LB 854: Gives businesses that have been dissolved up to five years to apply for reinstatement with the Nebraska secretary of state's office.
  • LB 887: Reduces filing fees and changes other rules for Nebraska insurance companies.
  • LB 1058: Requires employers to send information about a worker's eligibility for unemployment benefits to the state within 10 days of the Department of Labor requesting it.
  • LB 1080: Establishes tax breaks for data centers that locate in Nebraska.
  • LB 1091: Requires Nebraska retailers to collect a surcharge on prepaid cellphones and phone cards.
  • LB 1113: Sets rules in legal matters involving powers of attorney.
  • LB 1155: Gives Nebraska cities and counties the power to allow golf carts on streets that run alongside golf courses, but requires operators to have insurance to drive on streets.


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