Nebraska Legislative Bill 759 (2012)

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Nebraska Legislative Bill 759 (2012)
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Legislature:Nebraska State Senate (Unicameral)
Text:Slip Law Copy
Sponsor(s):Bill Avery
Legislative History
Introduced:January 4, 2012
State senate:March 8, 2012
Vote (upper house):Y 41, N 2, NV 6
Governor:Dave Heineman (R)
Signed:March 14, 2012
Legal Environment
State law:Laws governing the initiative
process in Nebraska
Nebraska Legislative Bill 759 is a 2012 Nebraska law that formally removes the state's residency requirement for petition circulators.[1] The requirement was overturned by a Federal District court in Citizens in Charge v. Gale (2011).

Sponsors

Legislative Bill 759 was sponsored by Bill Avery.[1]

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