Nebraska Revised Statutes Chapter 13. Cities, Counties, and Other Political Subdivisions

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  • Article 2. Community Development
  • Article 3. Political Subdivisions;  Particular Classes and Projects
  • Article 4. Political Subdivisions;  Laws Applicable to All
  • Article 5. Budgets
  • Article 6. Finances
  • Article 7. Nebraska Emergency Seat of Local Government Act
  • Article 8. Interlocal Cooperation Act
  • Article 9. Political Subdivisions Tort Claims Act
  • Article 10. Interstate Conservation and Recreational Areas
  • Article 11. Industrial Development
  • Article 12. Nebraska Public Transportation Act
  • Article 13. Public Building Commission
  • Article 14. Boards of Public Docks
  • Article 15. State-Tribal Cooperative Agreements
  • Article 16. Self-Funding Benefits
  • Article 17. Solid Waste Disposal
  • Article 18. Liability for Damages
  • Article 19. Development Districts
  • Article 20. Integrated Solid Waste Management
  • Article 21. Enterprise Zones
  • Article 22. Local Government Miscellaneous Expenditures
  • Article 24. Retirement Benefits and Plans
  • Article 25. Joint Public Agency Act
  • Article 26. Convention Center Facility Financing Assistance Act
  • Article 27. Civic and Community Center Financing Act
  • Article 28. Municipal Counties
  • Article 29. Political Subdivisions Construction Alternatives Act
  • Article 30. Peace Officers
  • Article 31. Sports Arena Facility Financing Assistance Act

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