In Nebraska, as well as in other jurisdictions, a large segment of the economy is regulated and controlled by administrative agencies. It is, therefore, very important that the action taken by these administrative agencies be fair and just. Nebraska, however, does not have a code of standard procedures for administrative agencies, and it is submitted that inconsistency and injustice have resulted from this deficiency. The purpose of this article is to deal extensively with one particular administrative problem in Nebraska and pose a possible solution. The scope of this article is limited to the activities of the Nebraska State Railway Commission.
Steven D. Brumley,
Administrative Justice and Conclusionary Findings,
46 Neb. L. Rev. 712
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