In the third of three articles on the branches of Nebraska government and their relationship to revising the state constitution, Governor Frank Morrison concludes the section with a number of provocative proposals for streamlining the executive branch of state government through amendments to the constitution. The major areas in need of change are the boards and commissions created in the executive section of the Constitution; that is, the Railway Commission, Board of Control, Board of Pardons, and other areas of executive responsibility, such as the Highway Commission and executive officers. The Unicameral has made significant strides in the area of streamlining state government. The changes recommended here deal with areas in which the present administration believes progress can and should be made.
Frank B. Morrison,
Streamlining the Executive in Nebraska,
40 Neb. L. Rev. 634
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