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Keep More Businesses in Lincoln, Nebraska

| Posted: 04/1/15

LIBA is supporting a bill in the Nebraska Legislature that would lower the state personal and corporate income tax.  LB357 is an attempt to keep more businesses in Lincoln!  Below are several excerpts from a letter submitted to our Senators from a Lincoln business owner who has moved his corporate... more

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Lincoln, Nebraska Needs More Police Officers

| Posted: 03/1/15

Once again the Lincoln Journal Star has chosen to take a swipe at the Lincoln Independent Business Association (LIBA) for seeking more police officers for our city. Once again, LIBA disagrees with the LJS. The... more

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LIBA – Why You Should Care About LB132 – Also Welcomes New Members

| Posted: 02/1/15

There is a bill in the Legislature that will close a loophole and will keep YOU in charge of your tax dollars and how local government can bond. LB 132 closes a loophole in the... more

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LIBA Requests the LPS Board of Education Lower the Property Tax Levy – Also Welcomes New Members

| Posted: 01/1/15

The Lincoln Independent Business Association (LIBA) requests the Lincoln Public Schools (LPS) Board of Education work to lower the property tax levy in the next budget year. LIBA recognizes that LPS is not currently in... more

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The Lincoln Independent Business Association Says Thanks to Lincoln Electric Systems for Listening and Welcomes New Members

| Posted: 12/1/14

The Lincoln Independent Business Association (LIBA) and I would like to express our support for the 2015 Lincoln Electric Systems (LES) budget which does not increase electric rates. In seven of the past ten years... more

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Common Sense Solutions in Lincoln, Nebraska

| Posted: 11/1/14

We are already hearing a Lancaster County Commissioner predict a property tax increase when next year’s budget session rolls around. The County Commissioners have worked hard to prevent a tax increase in recent years. I... more

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