Nebraska corporate tax cut wins lawmakers’ initial deal
OMAHA, Nebraska (AP) – A proposed corporate tax cut and a tax credit for parents bereaved by a stillborn child gained initial approval Tuesday from lawmakers in Nebraska, who criticized some parties of the package but still provided strong support.
The measure advanced 41-1 in the first of three votes required, after hours of public debate spread over two days.
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