Nevada State Legislature – a look ahead at week 16

by Brian Bahouth

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Update underway at 9:29 a.m. Friday May 24.

Carson City – Most of the action shifts to the Assembly and Senate floor sessions where the deadline for second house passage on Friday May 24 looms large. Money committees continue to reconcile budgets, and budgets need to be finished by Thursday May 24. As of Monday May 20, there are 14 days remaining in the 2019 session.

As always, please note, this is by no means a comprehensive list of all meetings and activities at the Nevada State Legislature but a fluid and subjective look ahead at the legislation, presentations and activities of interest to the Nevada Capital News editorial staff.  And be aware, bills are heard at the discretion of committee leadership and are subject to change at any time. We will make updates to this list as we become aware of the need for them. The latest revision time will be listed at the beginning of the report, but nothing is more current than the State Legislature web pages.  Our goal is to inspire participation in the state’s lawmaking process.

Monday May 20, 2019 – Day 106

Senate Floor session:

Resolution File:

SCR3 is a concurrent resolution that directs the Legislative Committee on Energy to conduct an interim study to consider alternative solutions for transportation system funding in Nevada. 

Second Reading:

AB174 is an act relating to homelessness; establishing the Nevada Interagency Advisory Council on Homelessness to Housing.

General File:

AB17 is an act relating to bail; revising provisions governing bail in criminal cases; requiring the exoneration of bail under certain circumstances.

AB54 is an act relating to energy efficiency; revising provisions relating to the energy efficiency of certain lights sold in this State; repealing obsolete provisions relating to the reduction of grid-based energy purchases for state-owned building.

AB93 is an act relating to license plates; authorizing the Administrator of the Division of State Lands of the State Department of Conservation and Natural Resources to provide grants to nonprofit organizations from the Account for License Plates for the Support of the Preservation and Restoration of the Natural Environment of the Lake Tahoe Basin.

AB95 is an act  relating to water; requiring the State Engineer to continue to allow withdrawals of groundwater from domestic wells under certain circumstances in groundwater basins where withdrawals have been restricted to conform to priority rights.

AB114 is an act relating to education; requiring the reporting of certain information concerning courses and training related to suicide among pupils; requiring the reporting of certain information relating to suicide, attempted suicide and suicidal ideation by pupils.

AB122 is an act  relating to assisted living facilities; requiring the Department of Health and Human Services to study the feasibility of establishing assisted living facilities in rural areas that also provide certain other services.

AB136 is an act  public construction; revising the manner in which the prevailing wage is determined; lowering the estimated thresholds at or above which prevailing wage requirements apply to certain public construction projects.

AB140 is an act relating to child welfare; prohibiting discrimination against persons who are deaf, legally blind or otherwise physically disabled in certain proceedings relating to children.

AB152 is an act relating to historic preservation; revising and increasing the penalties for crimes related to certain actions which injure or destroy the cairn or grave of a native Indian or an historic or prehistoric site and crimes related to the trafficking of cultural property obtained from state land without a permit.

AB163 is an act relating to water; revising certain requirements relating to a plan of water conservation; revising minimum standards for plumbing fixtures in new construction and expansions and renovations in certain structures.

AB164 is an act relating to marijuana; imposing certain requirements relating to advertising by a marijuana establishment and a medical marijuana establishment; revising provisions relating to medical marijuana establishment agents; providing for the registration of agents who work or volunteer at or contract with a marijuana establishment; revising provisions relating to disciplinary action against a medical marijuana establishment agent and a marijuana establishment agent; authorizing civil penalties for certain violations relating to advertising.

AB186 is an act relating to elections; enacting the Agreement Among the States to Elect the President by National Popular Vote.

AB201 is an act relating to traffic laws; providing that a person who drives a vehicle in certain trick driving displays is guilty of a gross misdemeanor; providing that a person who facilitates certain trick driving displays is guilty of a misdemeanor or a gross misdemeanor; defining trick driving display; providing a penalty.

AB220 is an act relating to the Lake Tahoe Basin; requiring the issuance of general obligation bonds to carry out certain environmental improvement projects included in the second phase of the Environmental Improvement Program for the Lake Tahoe Basin.

AB230 is an act  relating to historic preservation; providing a procedure for the governing body of a county or city to designate a historic neighborhood; clarifying the authority of the Office of Historic Preservation of the State Department of Conservation and Natural Resources to include landmarks in its list of historic places that are eligible for listing in the State Register of Historic Places.

AB248 is an act relating to settlement agreements; prohibiting settlement agreements from containing provisions that prohibit or restrict a party from disclosing certain information relating to conduct that would qualify as a sexual offense under certain circumstances or discrimination on the basis of sex or a retaliation claim thereof under certain circumstances.

AB260 is an act relating to public employees; revising provisions relating to confidential communications made during a peer support counseling session.

AB274 is an act relating to governmental administration; revising provisions governing the disclosure of information relating to complaints filed with the Nevada Equal Rights Commission within the Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation; revising provisions governing the protections against reprisal or retaliatory action provided for a state or local governmental officer or employee who discloses certain governmental action.

AB303 is an act relating to public health; prohibiting the sale of certain kratom products to a minor; prohibiting the preparation, distribution, advertising or sale of certain adulterated kratom products; prohibiting the sale of a kratom product that does not have a label that contains certain information: providing civil penalties.

AB304 is an act relating to education; requiring a request for a variance from maximum pupil-teacher ratios in elementary schools to include a plan to reduce class sizes; requiring the State Board of Education to adopt maximum ratios of pupils to certain school employees; requiring the board of trustees of a school district to annually publish certain information concerning class size.

AB316 is an act relating to public safety; enacting the Nevada 24/7 Sobriety and Drug Monitoring Program Act; establishing a voluntary statewide sobriety and drug monitoring program; requiring any political subdivision that elects to participate in the program to adopt guidelines relating to the program; requiring such guidelines to establish certain fees.

AB335 is an act relating to real property; revising provisions relating to the fees that a unit-owners’ association for a common-interest community may charge for certain services; revising provisions relating to the resale of a unit in a common-interest community or condominium hotel.

AB353 is an act relating to recycling; revising certain provisions governing recyclable material; requiring certain governmental entities to recycle certain additional products and waste; providing certain exemptions from such a requirement; revising the required contents of a report made to the Legislature on the status of recycling programs.

AB363 is an act relating to motor vehicles; requiring the Department of Motor Vehicles to waive the fee for the administration of the examination required for the issuance of a driver’s license for certain homeless youth; revising provisions requiring the Department of Motor Vehicles to provide a duplicate driver’s license or duplicate identification card to a homeless person free of charge in certain circumstances; revising provisions requiring the State Registrar to provide certain certificates to a homeless person free of charge in certain circumstances.

AB387 is an act relating to mental health; establishing a task force to develop a program to prevent the relinquishment of custody of certain children to an agency which provides child welfare services or the voluntary placement of such children with a public or private agency or institution because of a need for services for a mental illness or emotional disturbance; requiring an agency which provides child welfare services to report certain information concerning the relinquishment of custody of children to the agency and the voluntary placement of children with the agency; requiring the Department to report to the Legislature certain information concerning such relinquishment and placement and the effectiveness of the program.

AB410 is an act relating to orders for protection; revising provisions relating to orders for protection against domestic violence or stalking, aggravated stalking or harassment.

AB427 is an act relating to the Nevada System of Higher Education; requiring the waiver of the payment of registration fees and certain other fees assessed against students within the System who are veterans who have been awarded the Purple Heart; prohibiting the assessment of tuition charges against such students.

AB432 is an act relating to business entities; establishing provisions governing worker cooperative corporations.

AB450 is an act relating to incarcerated persons; revising the manner in which certain incarcerated persons are counted for purposes of the apportionment of the population for legislative districts, congressional districts and the districts of the Board of Regents.

AB472 is an act relating to insurance; prohibiting an insurer from denying certain coverage for maternity care because the insured acts as a gestational carrier; deeming a child carried by a gestational carrier to be the child of the intended parent for certain purposes.

AB478 is an act relating to law enforcement; revising provisions governing the standards for programs of continuing education for peace officers.

AB490 is an act relating to education; requiring public schools to collect and report on data on the discipline of pupils; requiring the Department of Education to develop and provide guidance and training to school districts regarding the collection, reporting and analyzing of such data; requiring the Superintendent of Public Instruction to report to the State Board of Education on trends in the data on the discipline of pupils; requiring the State Board to include an analysis of data on the discipline of pupils in its annual report of the state of public education.

AJR3 is a joint resolution that expresses support for the Nevada Greater Sage-Grouse Conservation Plan and the Nevada Conservation Credit System and urges the United States Bureau of Land Management to require compensatory mitigation to offset anthropogenic disturbances in accordance with the Nevada Conservation Credit System.

AJR4 is a joint resolution that urges the President and the Congress of the United States to pass acts to combat illegal harvesting and trafficking of human organs.

AJR6 is a joint resolution that urges Congress to prevent the United States Census Bureau from adding a citizenship question to the 2020 decennial census.

AJR7 is a joint resolution that expresses the opposition of the Nevada Legislature to the proposed expansion of the Fallon Range Training Complex.

AJR8 is a joint resolution that expresses the opposition of the Nevada Legislature to the elimination of the Nevada State Office of the Bureau of Land Management.

AJR2 is a joint resolution that proposes to amend the Nevada Constitution to require the recognition of all marriages regardless of gender.

SB538 is an act relating to governmental administration; creating the Office for New Americans in the Office of the Governor; establishing the duties of the Office; requiring state agencies and political subdivisions to provide certain assistance to the Office; requiring each regulatory body to create an online resource for immigrants that provides information about obtaining a license or similar authorization to practice certain occupations or professions.

Assembly Floor Session begins at 11:30 a.m.

Second Reading:

SB150 is an act  relating to land use planning; requiring, with limited exception, the governing body of a county or city to develop and maintain a water resource plan; authorizing grants of money to certain governing bodies for the development and maintenance of water resource plans.

SB179 is an act relating to abortions; revising provisions relating to informed consent to an abortion; repealing criminal penalties on certain actions relating to the termination of a pregnancy; repealing the prohibition on the excusal of a person on certain grounds from testifying as a witness in a prosecution relating to the termination of a pregnancy.

SB201 is an act relating to financial services; adopting certain provisions of the federal Military Lending Act; requiring the Commissioner of Financial Institutions to develop, implement and maintain a database storing certain information relating to deferred deposit loans, title loans and high-interest loans made to customers in this State; providing that information in such a database is confidential under certain circumstances; authorizing a person who operates a deposit loan service, title loan service or high-interest loan service to distribute certain information and materials concerning public assistance and services; authorizing the Department of Business and Industry and the Bureau of Consumer Protection in the Office of the Attorney General to inform the public regarding certain information; revising provisions that prohibit the making of a deposit loan or high-interest loan that exceeds or requires payments that exceed a certain percentage of the customer’s expected gross monthly income.

SB262 is an act relating to prescription drugs; making various changes to provide for tracking and reporting of information concerning the pricing of prescription drugs for treating asthma; requiring certain insurers to provide certain notice concerning those drugs to insureds; providing for an administrative penalty for failure to provide certain information concerning those drugs to the Department of Health and Human Services.

SB270 is an act relating to public welfare; requiring the Department of Health and Human Services to establish and administer the Nevada Housing Crisis Response System; requiring the Nevada Housing Crisis Response System to provide certain services to persons who are transient, at imminent risk of homelessness or homeless; authorizing the Director of the Department to solicit and accept money to carry out the Nevada Housing Crisis Response System; requiring the Department to submit an annual report to the Legislature concerning activities and services to prevent homelessness in this State.

SB387 is an act relating to anatomical gifts; providing for the certification of nontransplant anatomical donation organizations; requiring the collection of certain information relating to the procurement of human bodies and parts; providing a penalty.

SB442 is an act relating to hazardous waste; providing that permits for hazardous waste facilities may be issued for any period of not more than 10 years.

SB457 is an act relating to health care; requiring the reporting of a death at certain facilities and homes as a sentinel event; requiring the posting on the Internet of certain information concerning facilities and programs for the treatment of the abuse of alcohol or drugs.

SJR4 is a joint resolution that Expresses the support of the Nevada Legislature for certain federal legislation relating to the conservation of wildlife in this State.

General File:

AB267 is an act that provides compensation to certain persons who were wrongfully convicted.

SB56 is an act relating to natural resources; revising provisions related to the protection of flora; revising certain definitions related to the protection of trees and flora and to forest practice and reforestation; revising provisions relating to a written plan for a prescribed fire; revising the information required to be included in an application for a logging permit; revising provisions regarding logging operations; authorizing the suspension or revocation of a logging permit for operating ground-based equipment on saturated soil; revising the requirements for the performance bond which must accompany an application for a timberland conversion certificate; eliminating the requirement that the State Forester Firewarden cause a decennial report to be created regarding certain renewable natural resources in the State; eliminating the authority of the State Forester Firewarden to reduce the required amount for certain performance bonds; making various other changes relating to forestry; providing a penalty.

SB103 is an act relating to affordable housing; authorizing certain local governments to reduce or subsidize impact fees, fees for the issuance of building permits and fees imposed for the purpose for which an enterprise fund was created to assist in maintaining or developing a project for affordable housing under certain circumstances.

SB104 is an act relating to housing; requiring the inclusion of certain reports as sources of information for the statewide low-income housing database maintained by the Housing Division of the Department of Business and Industry; requiring owners of certain multifamily residential housing to report certain information quarterly to the Housing Division; requiring certain local governments to cooperate with the Housing Division in providing certain information related to affordable housing.

SB147 is an act relating to education; requiring certain actions to be taken to assist homeless pupils, unaccompanied pupils and pupils in foster care to receive full or partial credit for coursework in certain circumstances; revising provisions relating to the development of an academic plan for such pupils; revising provisions relating to awarding a high school diploma to such pupils.

SB367 is an act relating to affordable housing; authorizing a tenant of housing acquired, constructed or rehabilitated with any money from the Account for Low-Income Housing to keep a pet within the tenant’s residence.

SB473 is an act relating to affordable housing; revising certain definitions relating to affordable housing to establish a consistent definition of the term “affordable housing” across various provisions of existing law.

Tuesday May 21, 2019 – Day 107

Senate floor session will commence at 11:00 a.m.

Second reading:

AB30 is an act relating to water; authorizing the State Engineer to require certain applicants to submit a monitoring, management and mitigation plan; authorizing the State Engineer, under certain circumstances, to consider such a plan before approving or denying an application for a permit.

AB254 is an act requiring the Chief Medical Officer to establish and maintain a system for reporting certain information on sickle cell disease and its variants; authorizing administrative penalties for failure to report certain information; revising requirements concerning screening infants for sickle cell disease and its variants and sickle cell trait; requiring Medicaid to cover certain supplements recommended by the Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee; requiring a health insurer to include coverage for certain prescription drugs and services for the treatment of sickle cell disease and its variants in its policies; authorizing a prescription of certain controlled substances for the treatment of acute pain caused by sickle cell disease and its variants for a longer period than otherwise allowed; requiring a health maintenance organization or managed care organization to take certain actions with respect to certain insureds diagnosed with sickle cell disease and its variants.

AB465 is an act relating to energy; requiring electric utilities to offer an expanded solar access program to certain customers and to submit a plan to the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada for such a program; requiring the Commission to adopt regulations establishing standards for the program; requiring the Commission to approve a plan for an expanded solar access program if certain requirements are met.

General File:

SB29 is an act authorizing the Nevada Athletic Commission to adopt, revise or repeal rules governing the conduct of contests and exhibitions of unarmed combat through certain procedures; revising provisions governing the deposit of money received by the Executive Director of the Commission and the Commission; revising provisions relating to the issuance, renewal, suspension and revocation of licenses and permits issued by the Commission; revising provisions relating to the license fee imposed for holding a live contest or exhibition of unarmed combat; making certain technical corrections.

AB83 is an act relating to wildlife; authorizing an employee of the Department of Wildlife to take any wildlife in the interest of public safety under certain circumstances; authorizing the Department to expend money from the Wildlife Heritage Account; providing certain protections to moose under certain circumstances; limiting a certain exemption that allowed a person to kill certain animals if necessary to protect property; revising provisions governing the issuance of a resident license, tag or permit; deleting the requirement that a person purchase a resource enhancement stamp to be eligible to participate in a Dream Tag raffle; authorizing a person to donate money voluntarily to the Wildlife Account in the State General Fund by purchasing a resource enhancement stamp; expanding the circumstances considered unlawful harassment of wildlife; clarifying the exemption from the prohibition against placing or setting a trap, snare or similar device within a certain distance from a public road or highway within this State; providing penalties.

AB88 is an act relating to education; extending the deadline for certain reports relating to the average daily enrollment of pupils made by a school district to the Department of Education; revising the content of certain quarterly reports made by a school district; revising the information required to be posted online by a school district; revising the manner in which a large school district is required to determine the allocation that will be made to each local school precinct for the next school year.

AB113 is an act relating to taxation; revising provisions governing the sales and use taxes imposed on the delivery or transfer of a firearm from outside this State under certain circumstances.

AB120 is an act relating to crimes; revising provisions relating to the crime of sex trafficking; providing penalties.

AB139 is an act relating to domestic relations; requiring a person to be at least 18 years of age to marry.

AB142 is an act relating to criminal procedure; eliminating the statute of limitations for the prosecution of sexual assault if the identity of the person accused of committing the crime is established by DNA evidence.

AB146 is an act relating to marijuana; imposing certain requirements relating to advertising by a marijuana establishment and a medical marijuana establishment; revising provisions relating to medical marijuana establishment agents; providing for the registration of agents who work or volunteer at or contract with a marijuana establishment; revising provisions relating to disciplinary action against a medical marijuana establishment agent and a marijuana establishment agent; authorizing civil penalties for certain violations relating to advertising.

AB174 is an act relating to homelessness; establishing the Nevada Interagency Advisory Council on Homelessness to Housing; prescribing the membership and duties of the Council.

AB183 is an act relating to corrections; prohibiting certain correctional services from being provided by a private entity.

AB186 is an act  relating to elections; enacting the Agreement Among the States to Elect the President by National Popular Vote.

AB220 is an act relating to the Lake Tahoe Basin; requiring the issuance of general obligation bonds to carry out certain environmental improvement projects included in the second phase of the Environmental Improvement Program for the Lake Tahoe Basin.

AB240 is an act relating to regional planning; requiring representatives from certain counties and cities to meet jointly for a specified period to identify issues and make recommendations regarding the orderly management of growth in their region; requiring such counties, in consultation with such cities, to prepare certain reports individually and jointly during that period.

AB261 is an act relating to education; requiring the reporting of certain information concerning training for certain educational personnel in personal safety of children.

AB303 is an act relating to public health; prohibiting the sale of certain kratom products to a minor; prohibiting the preparation, distribution, advertising or sale of certain adulterated kratom products; prohibiting the sale of a kratom product that does not have a label that contains certain information; providing civil penalties.

AB304 is an act relating to education; requiring a request for a variance from maximum pupil-teacher ratios in elementary schools to include a plan to reduce class sizes; requiring the State Board of Education to adopt maximum ratios of pupils to certain school employees; requiring the board of trustees of a school district to annually publish certain information concerning class size.

AB316 is an act enacting the Nevada 24/7 Sobriety and Drug Monitoring Program Act; establishing a voluntary statewide sobriety and drug monitoring program; requiring any political subdivision that elects to participate in the program to adopt guidelines relating to the program; requiring such guidelines to establish certain fees.

AB363 is an act requiring the Department of Motor Vehicles to waive the fee for the administration of the examination required for the issuance of a driver’s license for certain homeless youth; revising provisions requiring the Department of Motor Vehicles to provide a duplicate driver’s license or duplicate identification card to a homeless person free of charge in certain circumstances; revising provisions requiring the State Registrar to provide certain certificates to a homeless person free of charge in certain circumstances.

AB427 is an act relating to the Nevada System of Higher Education; requiring the waiver of the payment of registration fees and certain other fees assessed against students within the System who are veterans who have been awarded the Purple Heart; prohibiting the assessment of tuition charges against such students.

AB431 is an act relating to convicted persons; revising provisions governing the right to vote for convicted persons.

AB472 is an act relating to insurance; prohibiting an insurer from denying certain coverage for maternity care because the insured acts as a gestational carrier; deeming a child carried by a gestational carrier to be the child of the intended parent for certain purposes.

AB490 is an act requiring public schools to collect and report on data on the discipline of pupils; requiring the Department of Education to develop and provide guidance and training to school districts regarding the collection, reporting and analyzing of such data; requiring the Superintendent of Public Instruction to report to the State Board of Education on trends in the data on the discipline of pupils; requiring the State Board to include an analysis of data on the discipline of pupils in its annual report of the state of public education.

AJR3 is a joint resolution that expresses support for the Nevada Greater Sage-Grouse Conservation Plan and the Nevada Conservation Credit System and urges the United States Bureau of Land Management to require compensatory mitigation to offset anthropogenic disturbances in accordance with the Nevada Conservation Credit System. 

AJR4 is a joint resolution that urges the President and the Congress of the United States to pass acts to combat illegal harvesting and trafficking of human organs.

AJR6 is a joint resolution that Urges Congress to prevent the United States Census Bureau from adding a citizenship question to the 2020 decennial census.

AJR7 is a joint resolution that expresses the opposition of the Nevada Legislature to the proposed expansion of the Fallon Range Training Complex.

AJR8 is a joint resolution that expresses the opposition of the Nevada Legislature to the elimination of the Nevada State Office of the Bureau of Land Management.

AJR2 is a joint resolution that proposes to amend the Nevada Constitution to require the recognition of all marriages regardless of gender.

Unfinished business – concur/not concur

SB46 is an act relating to gaming; revising the definition of “gross revenue”; prohibiting a person from performing an act that requires registration without being registered; revising the definition of “service provider”; providing for the registration, rather than licensure, of service providers; authorizing the Attorney General or district attorney of any county to apply for a court order to intercept communications during an investigation involving certain offenses relating to gaming; providing a penalty.

SB178 is an act creating the Council on Food Security within the Department of Health and Human Services; prescribing the membership and duties of the Council; creating the Food for People, Not Landfills Program; authorizing the Director of the Department of Health and Human Services to adopt regulations to carry out the Program.

SB291 is an act requiring the testing of infants for certain preventable or inheritable disorders; requiring the State Public Health Laboratory to report during a hearing about the reasons for any increased charges for performing such tests; repealing a provision requiring the Division of Public and Behavioral Health of the Department of Health and Human Services to enter into a contract for the provision of certain services of a laboratory.

Assembly Floor Session:

Second Reading:

SB42 is an act relating to motor vehicle fleets; repealing provisions requiring certain fleets of motor vehicles to use alternative fuels, clean vehicles or vehicles that use alternative fuels.

SB101 is an act relating to education; revising the date by which the Superintendent of Public Instruction must present the equity allocation model used for calculating the basic support guarantee to the Legislative Committee on Education; requiring the Superintendent to adopt the equity allocation model not earlier than a certain date.

SB140 is an act relating to groundwater; requiring the State Engineer to reserve a certain percentage of the remaining groundwater available for use in certain basins; prohibiting the use of such groundwater; authorizing the use of such groundwater in certain circumstances.

SB164 is an act elating to taxation; clarifying that certain virtual currencies are intangible personal property for the purposes of taxation.

SB428 is an act relating to parking; making it unlawful to park a vehicle in a parking space designated for electric vehicle charging unless the vehicle is being charged; providing a penalty.

SB448 is an act relating to taxation; providing for the issuance of transferable tax credits to a project for the acquisition, development, construction, improvement, expansion, reconstruction or rehabilitation of low-income housing.

SB452 is an act relating to elections; authorizing absent ballots to be returned to polling places for early voting; revising provisions related to certain persons who distribute forms to request absent ballots.

SJR7 is a joint resolution that expresses support for finding innovative transportation solutions in the Lake Tahoe Basin and for the efforts of the Bi-State Working Group on Transportation.

SJR3 is a joint resolution that proposes to amend the Nevada Constitution to provide certain rights to voters.

General File:

SB103 is an act relating to affordable housing; authorizing certain local governments to reduce or subsidize impact fees, fees for the issuance of building permits and fees imposed for the purpose for which an enterprise fund was created to assist in maintaining or developing a project for affordable housing under certain circumstances.

SB104 is an act relating to housing; requiring the inclusion of certain reports as sources of information for the statewide low-income housing database maintained by the Housing Division of the Department of Business and Industry; requiring owners of certain multifamily residential housing to report certain information quarterly to the Housing Division; requiring certain local governments to cooperate with the Housing Division in providing certain information related to affordable housing.

SB147 is an act relating to education; requiring certain actions to be taken to assist homeless pupils, unaccompanied pupils and pupils in foster care to receive full or partial credit for coursework in certain circumstances; revising provisions relating to the development of an academic plan for such pupils; revising provisions relating to awarding a high school diploma to such pupils.

SB367 is an act relating to affordable housing; authorizing a tenant of housing acquired, constructed or rehabilitated with any money from the Account for Low-Income Housing to keep a pet within the tenant’s residence.

SB473 is an act relating to affordable housing; revising certain definitions relating to affordable housing to establish a consistent definition of the term “affordable housing” across various provisions of existing law.

SJR4 is a joint resolution that Expresses the support of the Nevada Legislature for certain federal legislation relating to the conservation of wildlife in this State.

Thursday May 23, 2019 – Day 109

In an effort to offer you the very latest information, we refer you to the agenda for today’s Senate floor session. The Nevada state Senate convenes at 11:00 a.m.

Here is a link to the Assembly floor session agenda for today.

Friday May 24, 2019 – Day 110

Today marks the deadline for second house passage. In the Senate, we are watching AB30, a water bill, to see if it moves from the Secretary’s Desk. We’re also watching AB139, a bill that would mandate a person be 18 to marry in Nevada, which has also been placed on the Secretary’s Desk in the Senate.

In an effort to offer you the very latest information, we refer you to the agenda for today’s Senate floor session. The Nevada state Senate convenes at 11:00 a.m.

Here is a link to the Assembly floor session for today.