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Nebraska’s schools would be much poorer, its roads bumpier and its property taxes significantly higher if the state had to live for the past three decades under the kind of rigid spending limits that have been discussed around the state of late.
In 1998 and again in 2006, Nebraskans overwhelmingly voted to reject state spending lids that would have led… (read more)
Robert Zahradnik, a business incentives expert from the Pew Charitable Trusts, told members of the Legislature’s Performance Audit Committee on Friday that Nebraska is a leader in “upfront accountability” regarding business subsidies but like other states, we struggle to know if our incentives are worth what we spend on them.
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The Legislature’s Performance Audit Committee on Friday will meet regarding its third tax-incentives report, which it released Wednesday