Nebraska Attorney Generalsâ€™ Opinions, 1891/92â€“
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|Title:||Nebraska Attorney Generalsâ€™ Opinions, 1891/92â€“|
|Description:||Official opinions of the Attorney General of Nebraska: biennial, 1891/92–1979/80, var. state printers, 1892–1980, all published. (The Kansas-Nebraska Act, 1854, which created the Territory of Nebraska, provided for an “Attorney for the Territory,” although it is unclear that this was synonymous with “Attorney General.” In any event, in 1858 the office, in whatever form, was abolished by statute. The statehood constitution failed to provide for an Attorney General. Finally, in 1875, the Office of Attorney General was created and the incumbent was directed to report to the Legislature before each biennial session. The first report was 1877/78. From the report of 1891/92 the report also contained opinions. Publication of both ended with the report of 1979/80, although a typescript copy of the opinions is maintained by the Nebraska A.G.’s office. In many states the original paper versions of the attorney generals’ reports and opinions were sometimes published together, sometimes separately, sometimes interspersed with other matter; while in some years only reports or only opinions were published, making for a confusing literature. To minimize this confusion in its online offerings, LLMC has chosen to group all of the U.S. state attorney generals’ reports and opinions in two separate series for each state. For the Nebraska A.G. Reports, see the separate Reports series elsewhere on this site.)|
|OCLC Number:||297537623 |
|LLMC Title #:||08069|
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