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43-1302. State Foster Care Review Board; established;members; disclosure required; terms;expenses.(1) The State Foster Care Review Board shallbe comprised of eleven members appointed by the Governor with the approvalof a majority of the members elected to the Legislature, consisting of: Threemembers of local foster care review boards, one from each congressional district;one practitioner of pediatric medicine, licensed under the Uniform CredentialingAct; one practitioner of child clinical psychology, licensed under the UniformCredentialing Act; one social worker certified under the Uniform CredentialingAct, with expertise in the area of child welfare; one attorney who is or hasbeen a guardian ad litem; one representative of a statewide child advocacygroup; one director of a child advocacy center; one director of a court appointedspecial advocate program; and one member of the public who has a backgroundin business or finance. Priorto appointment, each potential member shall disclose any and all funding heor she or his or her employer receives from the Department of Health and HumanServices.The terms of members appointed pursuant to this subsection shallbe three years, except that of the initial members of the state board, one-thirdshall be appointed for terms of one year, one-third for terms of two years,and one-third for terms of three years, as determined by the Governor. Noperson appointed by the Governor to the state board shall serve more thantwo consecutive three-year terms. An appointee to a vacancy occurring froman unexpired term shall serve out the term of his or her predecessor. Memberswhose terms have expired shall continue to serve until their successors havebeen appointed and qualified. Members serving on the state board on December31, 2005, shall continue in office until the members appointed under this subsection take office. The members of the stateboard shall, to the extent possible, represent the three congressional districtsequally.(2) The state board shall select a chairperson, vice-chairperson, andsuch other officers as the state board deems necessary. Members of the stateboard shall be reimbursed for their actual and necessary expenses as providedin sections 81-1174 to 81-1177. The state board shall employ or contract forservices from such persons as are necessary to aid it in carrying out itsduties. SourceLaws 1982, LB 714, § 2; Laws 1987, LB 239, § 2; Laws 1990, LB 1222, § 5; Laws 2005, LB 761, § 1; Laws 2007, LB463, § 1133; Laws 2009, LB679, § 1. Cross ReferencesUniform Credentialing Act, see section 38-101.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Nebraska > Chapter43 > 43-1302

43-1302. State Foster Care Review Board; established;members; disclosure required; terms;expenses.(1) The State Foster Care Review Board shallbe comprised of eleven members appointed by the Governor with the approvalof a majority of the members elected to the Legislature, consisting of: Threemembers of local foster care review boards, one from each congressional district;one practitioner of pediatric medicine, licensed under the Uniform CredentialingAct; one practitioner of child clinical psychology, licensed under the UniformCredentialing Act; one social worker certified under the Uniform CredentialingAct, with expertise in the area of child welfare; one attorney who is or hasbeen a guardian ad litem; one representative of a statewide child advocacygroup; one director of a child advocacy center; one director of a court appointedspecial advocate program; and one member of the public who has a backgroundin business or finance. Priorto appointment, each potential member shall disclose any and all funding heor she or his or her employer receives from the Department of Health and HumanServices.The terms of members appointed pursuant to this subsection shallbe three years, except that of the initial members of the state board, one-thirdshall be appointed for terms of one year, one-third for terms of two years,and one-third for terms of three years, as determined by the Governor. Noperson appointed by the Governor to the state board shall serve more thantwo consecutive three-year terms. An appointee to a vacancy occurring froman unexpired term shall serve out the term of his or her predecessor. Memberswhose terms have expired shall continue to serve until their successors havebeen appointed and qualified. Members serving on the state board on December31, 2005, shall continue in office until the members appointed under this subsection take office. The members of the stateboard shall, to the extent possible, represent the three congressional districtsequally.(2) The state board shall select a chairperson, vice-chairperson, andsuch other officers as the state board deems necessary. Members of the stateboard shall be reimbursed for their actual and necessary expenses as providedin sections 81-1174 to 81-1177. The state board shall employ or contract forservices from such persons as are necessary to aid it in carrying out itsduties. SourceLaws 1982, LB 714, § 2; Laws 1987, LB 239, § 2; Laws 1990, LB 1222, § 5; Laws 2005, LB 761, § 1; Laws 2007, LB463, § 1133; Laws 2009, LB679, § 1. Cross ReferencesUniform Credentialing Act, see section 38-101.

State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Nebraska > Chapter43 > 43-1302

43-1302. State Foster Care Review Board; established;members; disclosure required; terms;expenses.(1) The State Foster Care Review Board shallbe comprised of eleven members appointed by the Governor with the approvalof a majority of the members elected to the Legislature, consisting of: Threemembers of local foster care review boards, one from each congressional district;one practitioner of pediatric medicine, licensed under the Uniform CredentialingAct; one practitioner of child clinical psychology, licensed under the UniformCredentialing Act; one social worker certified under the Uniform CredentialingAct, with expertise in the area of child welfare; one attorney who is or hasbeen a guardian ad litem; one representative of a statewide child advocacygroup; one director of a child advocacy center; one director of a court appointedspecial advocate program; and one member of the public who has a backgroundin business or finance. Priorto appointment, each potential member shall disclose any and all funding heor she or his or her employer receives from the Department of Health and HumanServices.The terms of members appointed pursuant to this subsection shallbe three years, except that of the initial members of the state board, one-thirdshall be appointed for terms of one year, one-third for terms of two years,and one-third for terms of three years, as determined by the Governor. Noperson appointed by the Governor to the state board shall serve more thantwo consecutive three-year terms. An appointee to a vacancy occurring froman unexpired term shall serve out the term of his or her predecessor. Memberswhose terms have expired shall continue to serve until their successors havebeen appointed and qualified. Members serving on the state board on December31, 2005, shall continue in office until the members appointed under this subsection take office. The members of the stateboard shall, to the extent possible, represent the three congressional districtsequally.(2) The state board shall select a chairperson, vice-chairperson, andsuch other officers as the state board deems necessary. Members of the stateboard shall be reimbursed for their actual and necessary expenses as providedin sections 81-1174 to 81-1177. The state board shall employ or contract forservices from such persons as are necessary to aid it in carrying out itsduties. SourceLaws 1982, LB 714, § 2; Laws 1987, LB 239, § 2; Laws 1990, LB 1222, § 5; Laws 2005, LB 761, § 1; Laws 2007, LB463, § 1133; Laws 2009, LB679, § 1. Cross ReferencesUniform Credentialing Act, see section 38-101.

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