November 23, 2011 •
Nebraska Special Session Adjourns
The special session of the Nebraska Legislature adjourned sine die on November 22, 2011.
The session, which began November 1, 2011, concerned the Keystone XL crude-oil pipeline project’s intended route through the state. The special session was called by Governor Dave Heinemen to focus on proposed bills intended to reroute the pipeline around a region of the state rich in groundwater. As a result of the session, two measures in relation to the pipeline were passed.
For more information about the measures passed and the special session, you can read the Legislature’s official news release, “Two pipeline measures approved; Legislature adjourns” on the Unicameral Update page.
Photo of the Nebraska Legislative Chamber by ensignbeedrill on Wikipedia.
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