The hot topic for this year's legislative session seems to be tax relief. Among the many tax-related bills that have already been introduced, Omaha Sen. Pete Pirsch will be adding another to the mix on Monday. Read More
Gov. Dave Heineman is again thinking big when it comes to tax relief, calling on the Nebraska Legislature to pass a multiyear program of tax cuts that would rival the $425 million package of tax reductions signed into law in 2007. Read More
Nebraskans spoke out during several tax hearings recently and one topic stood out from the rest, a desire for a reduction in property taxes. The committee tasked with coordinating the public hearings issued their report Friday and recommended increasing state aid to schools and reducing agricultural land value percentages as options that could trigger the desired decrease. Read More
The Nebraska Supreme court has decided the motel and campgrounds adjacent to the Pioneer Village museum in Minden are " beneficial to the museum and reasonably necessary to further its educational mission," thus ruling them entitled to property tax exemptions. Read More
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