Legislative calendar

All meetings are open to the public.


7:30 a.m.

• Assembly Ways and Means/Senate Finance joint subcommittee closes budgets of the Division of Child and Family Services and the Health Division. Room 3137.

8 a.m.

• Assembly Judiciary hears four bills: SB16 revises the provisions pertaining to eminent domain. SB85 makes various changes to provisions relating to eminent domain. SB217 revises the provisions governing deeds of trust and the sale of real property after default. SB542 revises provisions governing the homestead exemption. Room 3138.

• Senate Commerce and Labor hears three bills: AB216 provides additional requirements for closing or converting manufactured home parks. AB304 makes various changes to provisions relating to manufactured home parks. AB477 revises certain provisions governing manufactured home parks. Room 2135.

• Senate Finance/Assembly Ways and Means joint subcommittee closes budgets of the judicial branch. Room 2134.

9 a.m.

• Assembly Government Affairs hears two bills: SB137 revises provisions relating to local governmental purchasing. SB307 revises certain provisions relating to state and local governmental purchasing. Room 3143.

• Senate Judiciary hears two bills: AB14 makes various changes to provisions concerning graffiti and other damage to property. AB344 makes various changes relating to the Statewide Alert System for the Safe Return of Abducted Children. And holds work session on measures previously considered. Room 2149.

11 a.m.

• Senate floor session.

1:30 p.m.

• Assembly Commerce and Labor hears four bills: SB3 revises various provisions relating to the death benefits payable to surviving spouses of certain police officers and firefighters. SB280 revises provisions related to patients' bills. SB302 revises provisions governing credit cards. SB412 makes various changes regarding health care. Room 4100.

• Assembly Natural Resources, Agriculture and Mining hears three bills: SB60 establishes requirements concerning the expenditure of proceeds collected from administrative penalties for certain violations concerning the control of air pollution. SB366 limits the authority of the Department of Wildlife over Australian red claw crayfish raised for sale as food for human consumption. SCR 3 expresses support for the Tahoe Science Consortium. Room 3161.

• Assembly Health and Human Services hears four bills: SB83 revises provisions governing the Grants Management Advisory Committee of the Department of Health and Human Services. SB112 enacts provisions governing the sale of products containing materials that are used in the manufacture of methamphetamine and other controlled substances. SB169 adopts the Revised Uniform Anatomical Gift Act. SB529 revises certain provisions relating to Medicaid. Room 3138.

• Senate Government Affairs hears five bills: AB22 authorizes the State Land Registrar to transfer certain real property owned by the State of Nevada to Washoe County and the Sierra Fire Protection District. AB101 revises provisions governing the Commission on Tourism. AB301 revises the qualifications for the office of county sheriff. AB406 revises various provisions relating to marriage licenses. AB415 authorizes the financing of projects by a local government through the issuance of commercial paper. Room 2149.

• Senate Human Resources and Education hears three bills: AB261 makes various changes to provisions relating to child abuse and neglect. AB313 revises provisions governing the tracking, monitoring and revocation of teacher licenses for criminal behavior. AB391 revises provisions governing the decisions of the Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association and certain of its designees. Room 2135.

Upon adjournment of 1:30 Commerce and Labor meeting

• Assembly Commerce and Labor subcommittee hears SB279 which makes various changes concerning contractors and the State Contractors Board. Room 4100.

3:30 p.m.

• Senate Natural Resources hears three bills: AB285 revises provisions governing certain transfers of groundwater. AB296 expresses the sense of the Legislature concerning the temporary conversion of certain water rights. AB331 makes various changes relating to the conservation of water. Room 2144.

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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