Nebraska Legislative Planning Committee, 2012 Report: Policy BriefsFaculty Books and Monographs
DescriptionCo-edited by Jerry Deichert and John Bartle, UNO faculty members. Report: Addressing the Long-Term Care Needs of Nebraska’s Aging Population through Expanded Assistance to Caregivers, co-authored by Jerry Deichert and Karl Kosloski, UNO faculty members. Report: Cost Savings in Medical Care for the Elderly through Expanded Case Management, co-authored by Jerry Deichert and Karl Kosloski, UNO faculty members. Report: City-County Consolidation: Implications for Nebraska, co-authored by John R. Bartle and Sikarn Issarachaiyos, UNO faculty members. Report: County Mergers: Evidence for Nebraska, co-authored by John R. Bartle and Sikarn Issarachaiyos, UNO faculty members. Report: Early Childhood Education for Children with All Parents in the Labor Force, authored by Jerry Deichert, UNO faculty member. The Nebraska Legislature's Planning Committee was created in 2009 with the passage of LB 653 in order to help establish a process of long-term state planning with the Nebraska Legislature. The committee was created to assist state government in identifying emerging trends, assets and challenges of the state and the long-term implications of the decisions made by the Nebraska Legislature. The five Policy Briefs contained in this report focus on three general areas: (1) two look at the potential impact of Nebraska’s aging population on Medicaid; (2) two address the theme of government consolidations and mergers; and (3) one deals with an aspect of early childhood education.
PublisherUniversity of Nebraska Omaha
Citation InformationJerry Deichert, Karl Kosloski, John R. Bartle and Sikarn Issarachaiyos. Nebraska Legislative Planning Committee, 2012 Report: Policy Briefs. Omaha, Nebraska(2012)
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