Legislative calendar

Legislative calendar

All meetings open to the public.


7:30 a.m.

• Senate Finance/Assembly Ways and Means joint subcommittee closes budgets of TRPA, the Department of Transportation and Veterans Affairs. Room 2134.

8 a.m.

• Assembly Judiciary hears four bills: SB148 revises certain provisions of the Uniform Principal and Income Act. SB303 amends the Charter of the City of North Las Vegas concerning the qualifications of municipal judges. SB435 authorizes the appointment of masters in justice court under certain circumstances. SJR2 proposes to amend the Nevada Constitution to revise provisions relating to the selection of justices and judges. Room 3138.

• Senate Commerce and Labor hears four bills: AB88 revises provisions governing the collection of debts by collection agencies. AB329 requires adoption of regulations concerning nontraditional mortgage loans and lending practices. AB404 revises provisions governing the use of credit information by insurers. AB468 requires providers of health care to provide disclosure of certain financial interests when referring a patient to, or recommending, physical therapy to a patient. Room 2135.

9 a.m.

• Assembly Government Affairs hears three bills: SB198 revises provisions relating to certain public contracts. SB509 makes various changes to provisions relating to state financial administration and the acquisition of property. SB515 provides a declaration of legislative intent regarding the use of certain lease-purchase and installment-purchase agreements. Room 3143.

• Senate Judiciary hears five bills: AB307 prohibits the use of certain lasers and other light sources to interfere with the operation of an aircraft. AB353 makes various changes concerning the restoration of parental rights. AB359 revises provisions governing certain statutory liens. AB560 establishes requirements concerning agreements between debtors and third parties for assistance in the recovery of certain proceeds of a foreclosure sale. AB589 provides for continued operation of the Nevada Gaming Commission and the State Gaming Control Board during a budgetary or other fiscal crisis. Room 2149.

11 a.m.

• Senate and Assembly floor sessions.

• State of Nevada Economic Forum. Room 4100.

1 p.m.

• Senate Taxation hears AB110 which repeals the prospective expiration of the exemption from the property tax levied on the real and personal property of certain apprenticeship programs. Room 2135.

1:30 p.m.

• Assembly Transportation hears four bills: SB40 makes various changes concerning the issuance of certificates of registration by vehicle dealers. SB315 imposes certain conditions before a special license plate may be designed, prepared and issued. SB451 requires the preparation and filing of certain reports by certain charitable organizations in connection with certain special license plates. SJR18 urges Congress to support a proposed off-highway vehicle park in Clark County. Room 3143.

• Assembly Ways and Means hears seven bills: AB393 makes various changes relating to the repair of motor vehicles. AB422 requires disclosure of certain information by customer sales and service call centers. AB447 creates an advisory bistate commission to study and make recommendations concerning various environmental and land-use issues. AB460 revises provisions regarding public schools and educational personnel. AB485 revises provisions relating to the attendance and truancy of pupils. AB486 revises various provisions relating to veterans. SB282 makes supplemental appropriations to the Department of Corrections for increased costs at various facilities. Room 3137.

• Senate Legislative Operations and Elections hears five bills: AB322 revises certain provisions governing elections. AB342 makes various changes to the process of casting a mailing ballot in mailing precincts. AB470 prohibits the governor or any other state officer or employee from binding the state to the requirements of an international trade agreement without authorization by the Legislature. AB569 makes various changes relating to elections. AB570 revises certain provisions relating to elections. Room 2144.

2:30 p.m.

• Senate Transportation and Homeland Security hears four bills: AB54 requires applicants for a special license plate to pay an application fee which is refundable in certain circumstances. AB76 makes various changes to provisions governing the Account for License Plates for the Support of the Education of Children in the Arts. AB176 provides for the automatic transfer of ownership of certain vehicles and motorboats to the designated beneficiary on the death of the owner. AB266 makes various changes to provisions relating to salvage vehicles. Room 2149.

3:45 p.m.

• Assembly Select Committee on Corrections, Parole and Probation hears three bills: SB30 revises the provisions governing the early release of prisoners from county or city jails to relieve overcrowding. SB389 makes various changes to provisions relating to public safety. SB496 makes various changes to provisions governing the State Board of Pardons Commissioners and the State Board of Parole Commissioners. Room 3161.

• Assembly Elections, Procedures, Ethics and Constitutional Amendments hears four bills: SB78 revises the provisions relating to misconduct in the signing or filing of petitions. SB230 makes various changes concerning a petition for initiative or referendum. SB401 requiring the Secretary of State to report certain information concerning elections to the Legislature. Room 3142.

4 p.m.

• Senate Finance hears five bills: SB238 provides for a program of empowerment schools. SB239 creates the P-16 Advisory Council. SB305 makes an appropriation to the Department of Education for educational programs and assistance for school districts and public schools. SB400 establishes the Program of School Choice for Children in Foster Care. SB404 revises provisions governing home-schooled children. Room 2134.

- 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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