Nebraska Lawmakers Face Tax Cuts, Omaha Convention Center Measure

Carvlin, Elizabeth
March 2006
Bond Buyer;3/1/2006, Vol. 355 Issue 32329, p31
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The article reports on the proposed measures that would reduce taxes in Nebraska and bring in additional revenues for Omaha to repay bonds it issued to build a convention center and arena. It discusses the upcoming gubernatorial elections in the state with Governor Dave Heineman facing two opponents in the Republican primary in May 2006. The article also reports on the Revenue Committee's approval of a consensus tax relief package that reduces the tax cut levels from the one offered by Heineman.


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