Legislative calendar

Legislative calendar

All meetings are open to the public.


8 a.m.

• Assembly Judiciary hears two bills: SB10 prohibits certain acts relating to capturing or distributing an image of the private area of another person under certain circumstances. SB57 requires the parent of a child who is the victim of a sexual offense to give written consent before the name of the child may be included in a notice provided to a school. Room 3138.

• Senate Commerce and Labor hears eight bills: AB27 revises provisions relating to penalties assessed by the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada. AB35 reduces the period during which a license issued by the Board of Hearing Aid Specialists may be renewed without an examination. AB41 revises provisions governing licenses to practice podiatry. AB43 requires public utilities in larger counties to provide a list of customers for use in the selection of jurors. AB55 makes various changes concerning court reporters. AB100 eliminates the requirement that a certified court reporter be appointed as a notary public to administer oaths and affirmations. AB397 clarifies that the examination for a license to practice optometry consists of sections and not areas. AB562 revises provisions governing persons regulated by the Real Estate Division of the Department of Business and Industry. Room 2135.

• Senate Finance hears SB443 which makes an appropriation to the Nevada Cancer Institute for research, community outreach and education, and expansion of laboratory and clinical space. Room 2134.

8:30 a.m.

• Assembly Ways and Means/Senate Finance joint subcommittee reviews capital improvement projects. Room 3137.

• Senate Finance/Assembly Ways and Means joint subcommittee reviews Department of Conservation and Natural Resources and Colorado River Commission budgets. Room 2134.

9 a.m.

• Assembly Government Affairs reviews two budgets: SB56 revises provisions relating to building codes. SB136 designates May as Archeological Awareness and Historic Preservation Month in Nevada. Room 3143.

• Senate Judiciary reviews four bills: AB18 expands the confidentiality provisions pertaining to certain review committees to include certain committees of institutions of the Nevada System of Higher Education. AB137 revises provisions concerning acts of terrorism. AB152 exempts tests and examinations requested by a court pursuant to a program of treatment and rehabilitation from certain restrictions. AB364 revises certain provisions relating to the use of a grand jury. Room 2149.

11 a.m.

• Senate and Assembly floors sessions.

Upon adjournment of Assembly floor session

• Assembly Commerce and Labor hears three bills: SB86 revises provisions regulating utilities that furnish water or provide sewage disposal services. SB95 revises provisions governing public utilities. SB384 clarifies that certain relationships between persons with disabilities and training or rehabilitation centers do not constitute employment for the purposes of provisions governing the minimum wage. Room 4100.

1:30 p.m.

• Assembly Health and Human Services hears two bills: SB150 expands the jurisdiction of advocates for residents of facilities for long-term care. SB220 revises provisions relating to programs and services for persons with disabilities. Room 3138.

• Senate Government Affairs hears two bills: AB16 revises the authority of the State Board of Examiners concerning bad debts. AB28 revises provisions governing the Advisory Council of the Division of Industrial Relations of the Department of Business and Industry. Room 2149.

3:30 p.m.

• Senate Natural Resources hears overview presentation of Carson Water Subconservancy District. Room 2144.

• Senate Finance subcommittee holds workshop on SB544 which makes various changes relating to the Public Employees' Benefits Program. Room 2134.

3:45 p.m.

• Assembly Education hears presentations on Trout in the Classroom and Planning for Nevada's Future in Higher Education and hears SB151, which revises provisions governing school schedules. Room 3142.

Source: Nevada Legislature Online (www.leg.state.nv.us). All rooms are in the Legislative Building, 401 S. Carson St., Carson City, unless otherwise specified.


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