Two major bills are set for committee hearings this week—one good and one bad—and we need you to submit online comments urging senators to protect children, born and unborn. 

Both bills have been designated as priority bills for the 2024 session. This means if they are voted out of committee, they will likely be debated by the full legislature. 

Please take a minute to submit a comment in support of LB 1092, which will protect children from the harmful effects of pornography, and in opposition to LB 1109, which will legalize abortions for babies diagnosed with fetal anomalies. 

SUPPORT: LB 1092 – Online Age Verification Liability Act

LB 1092 requires pornography websites to have a third-party age verification service to verify that the person attempting to access the content is at least eighteen years old.

In states that have passed similar laws, the largest suppliers of pornography have removed their services from the state rather than comply with the requirements, revealing their business model’s dependence on underage users.

The committee hearing for LB 1092 is this Wednesday in the Judiciary Committee. Help get companies that seek to profit off of exposing children to pornography out of our state by submitting a comment as a proponent of LB 1092.

    • STEP 1: Click here to access the LB 1092 bill summary page on the Legislature’s website.
    • STEP 2: Click “Submit Comments Online For LB 1092” in the center of the page.
    • STEP 3: Click “I Understand” in the Written Submission pop-up window.
    • STEP 4: Select “Yes” under “Include Comment in Hearing Record,” fill out the form, and submit your comment as a “proponent.” You will receive an email asking you to confirm your comment.

Comments must be submitted by Wednesday, February 21st, at 8:00 AM (CST).

OPPOSE: LB 1109 – Legalize Abortion for Babies with Fetal Anomalies 

LB 1109 would create a new exception to Nebraska’s law prohibiting abortions at 12 weeks by authorizing abortions for babies diagnosed with a lethal fetal anomaly. 

While diagnoses of fetal anomalies can often be wrong, babies who do have fetal anomalies, and their families, deserve compassionate care and dignity rather than being abandoned to abortion.

The committee hearing for LB 1109 is this Thursday in the Judiciary Committee. Help protect vulnerable babies by submitting a comment as an opponent of LB 1109.

    • STEP 1: Click here to access the LB 1109 bill summary page on the Legislature’s website.
    • STEP 2: Click “Submit Comments Online For LB 1109” in the center of the page.
    • STEP 3: Click “I Understand” in the Written Submission pop-up window. 
    • STEP 4: Select “Yes” under “Include Comment in Hearing Record,” fill out the form, and submit your comment as an “opponent.” You will receive an email asking you to confirm your comment.

Comments must be submitted by Thursday, February 22nd, at 8:00 AM (CST).

Nebraska Family Alliance
Nebraska Family Alliance exists to advance family, freedom and life by influencing policy, mobilizing prayer, and empowering people.
Nebraska Family Alliance

Latest posts by Nebraska Family Alliance (see all)