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Nebraska Revised Statutes Chapter 20. Civil Rights § 20-414. Recognition of declaration executed in another state

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(a)?Notwithstanding section 3-20, to the extent there is a sufficient balance of bonds approved by the General Assembly pursuant to any bond act for the purposes of agricultural land preservation programs established pursuant to section 22-26cc or 22-26jj, but not allocated by the State Bond Commission, said commission shall vote on whether to authorize the issuance of at least five million dollars of such bonds for the purposes described in said sections at each of said commission's regularly scheduled meetings occurring in August and February of each year. ?If no meeting is held in said months, said commission shall vote on whether to authorize the issuance of such bonds at its next regularly scheduled meeting. ?To the extent there is a sufficient balance of bonds so approved by the General Assembly and there are pending agricultural land preservation transactions in excess of five million dollars, the Commissioner of Agriculture may request, and the State Bond Commission shall vote on whether to authorize the issuance of, bonds in excess of five million dollars. ?To the extent the balance of bonds so approved by the General Assembly is below five million dollars at the time of said commission's August or February meeting, said commission shall vote on whether to authorize the issuance of the remaining balance of such bonds.

(b)?Notwithstanding section 3-20, to the extent there is a sufficient balance of bonds approved by the General Assembly pursuant to any bond act for the purposes of general maintenance and trade and capital equipment for any school in the Technical Education and Career System, but not allocated by the State Bond Commission, said commission shall vote on whether to authorize the issuance of at least two million dollars of such bonds for such maintenance and equipment at each of said commission's regularly scheduled meetings occurring in August and February of each year. ?If no meeting is held in said months, said commission shall vote on whether to authorize the issuance of such bonds at its next regularly scheduled meeting. ?To the extent there is a sufficient balance of bonds so approved by the General Assembly and there are pending general maintenance and trade and capital equipment transactions in excess of two million dollars, the superintendent of the Technical Education and Career System may request, and the State Bond Commission shall vote on whether to authorize the issuance of, bonds in excess of two million dollars. ?To the extent the balance of bonds so approved by the General Assembly is below two million dollars at the time of said commission's August or February meeting, said commission shall vote on whether to authorize the issuance of the remaining balance of such bonds.

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