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Nebraska Legislature: First day of 2023 session

January 4, 2023

Jan. 4 marks the start of the 108th Nebraska Legislature, which meets at the State Capitol in Lincoln. It is the first year of the 2023-24 biennium, meaning it is a “long session,” or 90 legislative days. Senators are expected to be in session until early June.
With 49 members, the Nebraska Legislature is the smallest of any U.S. state. Unlike the legislatures of the other 49 states and the U.S. Congress, the Nebraska Legislature is a unicameral legislature, thus not separated into two houses. It is also nonpartisan and does not officially recognize its members’ political party affiliations.
›› Information about the legislative process, the history of the Nebraska Legislature, general information about unicameralism, and an in-depth explanation of the budget process.
›› The Nebraska Legislature’s ADA Noticetips on testifying at hearings, the rules of the Legislature, legislative district mapsphotos of the Capitol, and a glossary.
›› The  Unicameral Update is an online news source produced by the Clerk of the Legislature and maintained throughout the session.
›› Planning to visit? Here’s information about visiting the State Capitol.




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Nebraska State Capitol
1445 K St.
Lincoln, NE 68508 United States
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