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  1. Opinion No. (1998) (1998)

    You have requested our opinion "about possible legislation that would change election laws in Sanitary Improvement Districts." You state that you are "considering a possible bill to be introduced that would limit the number of SID board members to one per household." You then ask us to advise you "as to the constitutionality of this proposal."


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  2. Opinion No. (1983) (1983)

    We are in receipt of your letter of September 23, 1983, in which you call our attention to the provisions of LB 370 which was passed by the Legislature earlier this year and ask certain questions as to our opinion as to how this legislation should be interpreted. It is our understanding that you intend to consider amending this legislation depending upon its interpretation.


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  3. Opinion No. (1980) (1980)

    You have requested the opinion of this office regarding whether a legislative committee can constitutionally be empowered to act in the interim by a rule of the Legislature. As you noted, the power given by rule would be separate and distinct from any powers conferred upon committees by the Executive Board of the Legislative Council pursuant to its enabling legislation.


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  4. Opinion No. (1978) (1978)

    You have asked whether section 24 of LB 795, with committee amendments found on page 840 of the Legislative Journal on February 21, 1978, could be construed to require the following projects to go through the Certificate of Need process: (1) Projects under construction prior to January 1, 1979, (2) Projects which have already undergone section 1122 review but for which construction has not commenced as of January 1, 1979, or (3) Projects which are not under construction prior to January 1, [...]

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  5. Opinion No. (1997) (1997)

    QUESTION: Do tribal police officers have the authority to stop, detain, and arrest individuals on tribal lands within the definition of Neb. Rev. Stat. § 81-1401 (Cum. Supp. 1996), for a violation of Nebraska state law where such state jurisdiction has not been retroceded to tribal authority?


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  6. Opinion No. (1977) (1977)

    You have requested the opinion of this office concerning whether the titles to LBs 39, 40 and 41 adequately express the subject contained in those bills the meaning of Article III, Section 14 of the Nebraska Constitution.


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  7. Opinion No. (1979) (1979)

    A township is a political subdivision of this state. See Wilson v. Ulysses Township, 72 Neb. 807, 812,101 N.W. 968 (1904). Thus it is a `public agency' as defined in section 23-2203(1), R.R.S. 1943, of the Interlocal Cooperation Act.


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  8. Opinion No. (2006) (2006)

    You have requested our opinion whether motor vehicles owned by certain governmental entities must display tax exempt license plates. Specifically, you ask whether vehicles owned by public power districts, irrigation districts, rural power districts and natural resources districts are required to display tax exempt plates and, if not, what type of license plates should be displayed on those vehicles. You also ask whether Op. Att'y Gen. No. 87096 (September 11, 1987) "is still applicable to [...]

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  9. Opinion No. (1986) (1986)

    Must a county clerk issue a certificate of title for a motor vehicle which is free of all liens filed subsequent to a federal tax lien when he or she is presented with an application for title showing that the vehicle was obtained from the Internal Revenue Service pursuant to a seizure and sale for unsatisfied tax liens.


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  10. Opinion No. (1983) (1983)

    You have requested an opinion of this office concerning whether an ambiguity exists which might require corrective legislation in regard to vehicle width restrictions on farm equipment dealers hauling or transporting combines. Specifically, you have asked if a farm equipment dealer hauling a combine must be within the fifteen foot width limit of subsection (5) of Neb.Rev.Stat. § 39-6,177, (1982 Supp.), if such dealer is transporting the combine from factory to shop for repair; transporting [...]

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  11. Opinion No. (1985) (1985)

    Does Neb.Rev.Stat. § 39-606(2) (Reissue 1984) authorize a work permit for a city employee who has been convicted of driving while intoxicated pursuant to Neb.Rev.Stat. 39-669.07

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  12. Opinion No. (1985) (1985)

    This is in response to your letter of November 6, 1985. In that letter you ask us to reconsider our previous opinion dated October 24, 1985, stating that LB 29 was beyond the scope of the Governor's call in the current special session, in view of an amendment to LB 1. In our opinion of October 24, 1985, we noted simply that "LB 29 would authorize certain public bodies to contract with the Auditor of Public Accounts for their statutorily required audits. Again, this provision is not related or [...]

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  13. Opinion No. (1987) (1987)

    REQUESTED BY: David Arterburn Red Willow Deputy County Attorney


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  14. Opinion No. (1983) (1983)

    You have requested that we review some proposed amendments to LB 336. The amendments that you have provided to us do not carry a number assigned by the revisor of statutes. They appear to be a draft copy. In substance, the amendment imposes a 7 percent tax on all lotteries conducted within the State of Nebraska; vests in the regulatory commission to be established in Section 58 of LB 259 rule making power and authority to regulate, control and supervise conduct of lotteries. You ask us to [...]

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  15. Opinion No. (1981) (1981)

    May members of the Seward County Board of Supervisors who are elected by district and required to reside within their district be reimbursed for mileage traveled to and from meetings of the Seward County Board of Supervisors.


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  16. Opinion No. (1982) (1982)

    If an estate proceeding is commenced prior to July 1, 1982 (the effective date of LB 928), but the estate fees are not paid prior to that date, should those estate fees be paid in an amount specified by the law in effect prior to July 1, or in an amount specified by the law in effect subsequent to July 1?


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  17. Opinion No. (1977) (1977)

    In your letter of May 20, 1977, you ask whether LB 131, as it stands on final reading, is constitutionally suspect because it contains two subject matters. We conclude that the bill could probably be sustained against constitutional attack on that ground.


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  18. Opinion No. (1996) (1996)

    As Secretary of the State Board of Equalization and Assessment ["State Board" or "Board"], you have requested our opinion on several questions relating to the effect of the amendment to Neb. Const. art. IV, § 28, recently adopted by the voters of Nebraska. The amendment, proposed and passed by the Legislature on June 1, 1995, as LR 3CA, was presented to the electorate at the May, 1996, primary election, with the following ballot language:

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  19. Opinion No. (1983) (1983)

    You have asked whether the exemption of persons 65 years of age or over from the mandatory continuing education requirements of LB 225 violates constitutional provisions relating to due process, equal protection or the granting of a special privilege. We have concluded that it does as discussed below.


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  20. Opinion No. (1979) (1979)

    Does 36 feet or more of distance between the first and last axles of such consecutive sets of tandem axles automatically fall under section 39-6,179, R.S.Supp., 1979, with no shift as per section 39-6,185, R.R.S. 1943, or can the 36 feet or more distance not in violation of section 39-6,180, R.R.S. 1943, allow shifting under section 39-6,185, R.R.S. 1943?

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