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Transparency legislation proposed in Nebraska.


Here is a list of transparency legislation for Nebraska in 2011:

LB143, introduced by Sen. Ken Haar of Malcolm, would require administrators in the state's public school systems and state colleges to disclose their employment contracts - including payments and benefits from private foundations. The bill would allow the public to easily get information regarding compensation of public elementary, secondary and post-secondary education officials from the Nebraska Accountability and Disclosure Commission. The measure would apply to education officials with the title or function of president, vice president, chancellor, superintendent, assistant superintendent, chief executive officer, or chief financial officer or anyone under contract performing these duties for the schools.[1]