Legislative calendar

8 a.m.

• Assembly Ways and Means reviews budgets of the Attorney General's office. Room 3137.

• Senate finance reviews budgets of the state treasurer, the Commission on Judicial Discipline, Commission on Postsecondary Education, Public Employees Retirement System and Legislative Counsel Bureau. Room 2134.

9 a.m.

• Assembly Government Affairs hears six bills: AB140 provides for certain contractors to receive an additional preference in bidding on public works. AB134 expands the duties of the executive director for Veterans' Services. AB135 authorizes the Stagecoach General Improvement District to furnish sanitary facilities for sewerage. AB162 provides for the establishment of and the transfer of certain abandoned property to the Nevada Veterans' Museum. AB120 revises notice requirements for a proposal to vacate certain rights-of-way or easements. AB91 makes various changes to provisions governing explosives. Room 3143.

9:30 a.m.

• Senate Judiciary holds a work session on 12 bills: SB14 provides that a minor who possesses tobacco products or falsely represents his age to obtain tobacco products is subject to the jurisdiction of the juvenile court as a child in need of supervision. SB16 revises the provisions pertaining to the deposit of money with a court in an action in eminent domain. SB30 revises the provisions governing the early release of prisoners from county or city jails to relieve overcrowding. SB33 requires the manager of a gated community to provide to parole and probation officers the code or device that allows entry to the community. SB37 makes various changes to provisions governing the testimony and evidence of a witness who is granted immunity in a criminal proceeding. SB77 amends the Uniform Interstate Family Support Act. SB89 makes various changes concerning legal representation of state agencies, officers and employees. SB93 revises the provisions governing the crime of grand larceny of a motor vehicle and an offense involving a stolen vehicle. SB103 adopts the Uniform Unclaimed Property Act. Room 2149.

11 a.m.

• Senate and Assembly floor sessions

1:30 p.m.

• Assembly Commerce and Labor hears three bills: AB128 revises provisions relating to prescription drugs. AB234 Makes various changes concerning homeopathy. AB235 Revises provisions relating to prescription drugs. Room 4100.

• Assembly natural Resources, Agriculture and Mining hears AB42 which authorizes the State Department of Agriculture to accept and make certain grants. Room 3161.

• Health and Human Services hears two bills: AB147 makes various changes concerning the placement of a child into protective custody. AB188 makes various changes to provisions governing the licensing of certain child care facilities. Room 3138.

• Senate Government Affairs hears four bills: SB163 revises provisions governing improvements constructed, altered, repaired or remodeled pursuant to lease-purchase or installment-purchase agreement. SB198 authorizes various governmental entities to enter into lease-purchase agreements. SB199 makes various changes to requirements for a public work involving the construction of a traffic-control signal. SB201 revises provisions governing public works. Room 2149.

• Senate Human Resources and Education hears three bills: SB115 revises provisions governing the rights of parents of pupils with disabilities. AB35 creates the Office of State Paleontologist within the Department of Cultural Affairs. SB142 revises provisions governing certain forms used by hospitals in this State. Room 2135.

• Senate Natural Resources hears an overview of the Department of Agriculture and hears SCR.3 which expresses support for the Tahoe Science Consortium. Room 2144.

• Assembly Education hears AB157 which provides for full-day kindergarten. Room 1214.


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