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Senator Slama introduces bills to aid SE Nebraska

Senator Julie Slama

(KLZA)-- First District State Senator Julie Slama has introduced two bills this week important to Southeast Nebraska. 

LB 977 was introduced Tuesday. The bill requests ARPA funds to upgrade Falls City's electrical infrastructure.

The upgrades would ensure Falls City has the electrical capacity to thrive and attract economic development projects. 

Monday Senator Slam introduced LB 887 which would authorize Peru State College to provide a larger selection of Master's Degree programs. 

Currently state statutes authorize Peru State to offer master's degrees only in the fields of Education and Organizational Management. 

Slama says the limitation poses a competitive disadvantage for the college to attract students that want to pursue an advanced degree.  

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