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106th Legislature, 1st Session

The Legislative Session may be over, but our public policy work isn't. Take a look at our Interim Studies Chart to see what Disability Rights Nebraska's Public Policy Team is working on post-session.


Disability Rights Nebraska's Public Policy Team worked hard to protect the rights of people with disabilities during the 1st Session of the 106th Legislature. This session, we provided analyses and testimony on issues that affect the disability community. We addressed “High Priority” bills with testimony, personal contacts and education, and “Medium Priority” bills with letters, often in conjunction with other disability rights partners. Additionally, we helped inform the public about the legislative process in Nebraska and upcoming legislation that may affect people with disabilities.

View our updated Legislative Bill Chart to see the statuses of our priority bills at the end of this session. 

Learn more about Nebraska's legislative process or recap last year's session by visiting our 2018 Legislative Updates page.


On April 21st, AM 990 to LB 529 was proposed in the Nebraska Legislature. Like similar bills and amendments proposed in the past, AM 990 would enact legislation to authorize the use of restraint on students. In response, Disability Rights Nebraska submitted comments to legislators to voice our concern with the proposed amendment.

On April 6, 2021, LB 527 cleared the first round of debate among Nebraska legislators. This bill would require public schools in Nebraska to provide transition students to students with developmental disabilities two years sooner. Disability Rights Nebraska supports LB 527.

Disability Rights Nebraska submitted comments on Nebraska's Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) Waivers. 

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