Neb. lawmakers question necessity of state plane

05/10/2013 | Times Union (Albany, N.Y.)

In a debate that lasted until late Thursday evening, some Nebraska lawmakers questioned the necessity of a state airplane and whether purchasing it was cost-effective. Funding was included in the state's proposed budget to purchase the $2.2 million airplane from the University of Nebraska Foundation. Until the foundation decided to sell the Beechcraft Super King Air airplane, Gov. Dave Heineman and agency officials used it though a lease agreement.

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