Marian Heiss Price

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Marian Heiss Price (born 1938) is a Nebraska state senator from Lincoln, Nebraska in the Nebraska Legislature and registered nurse.

Personal life[edit]

She was born August 6, 1938, in Page, Nebraska and graduated from Page High School in 1955. She attended Nebraska Wesleyan University from 1955 to 1956. During this time she became a member of Alpha Gamma Delta. Price graduated from Bryan Memorial Hospital school of nursing in 1959. She is a former member of the Lincoln Board of Education and the Lancaster County reorganization committee. She is a current member of Bethany Christian Church, Bryan Memorial Hospital School of Nursing alumnae association, and board of directors of the Home Health Services for Independent Living Inc., as well as other organizations.

State legislature[edit]

She was elected in 1998 to represent the 26th Nebraska legislative district and reelected in 2002. She currently sits on the Appropriations and Nebraska Retirement Systems committees as well as the Committee on Committees and is the vice chairperson of the Legislative Performance Audit. Since Nebraska voters passed Initiative Measure 415 in 2001 limiting state senators to two terms after 2001, she is unable run for reelection barring a court challenge of the measure.

Preceded by
Don Wesley
Nebraska state senator-district 26
1999–2007
Succeeded by
Amanda McGill

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References[edit]

  1. "Nebraska Unicameral Legislature". Sen. Marian Heiss Price. Retrieved March 15, 2006. 
  2. "National Conference of State Legislatures". Term Limits in Nebraska: A Timeline. Archived from the original on November 29, 2005. Retrieved March 20, 2006.