Legislative calendar

All meetings are open to the public.


7 a.m.

• Senate Commerce and Labor hears five bills: AB56 revises the administrative penalties that may be imposed against contractors for certain offenses. AB234 eliminates the Nevada Institutional Review Board. AB249 revises provisions relating to dispensing opticians. AB424 revises provisions relating to the licensure of counselors. AB491 makes various changes concerning the clinical education of a student in a school of nursing. Room 2135.

8 a.m.

• Assembly Government Affairs hears two bills: SB274 makes various changes to provisions governing the State Engineer. SB487 revises provisions relating to water resources in certain counties. Room 3143.

• Assembly Judiciary hears four bills: SB157 revises provisions governing the appointment of a public guardian and the management of the office and cases of a public guardian. SB237 revises certain provisions governing permits to carry concealed firearms. SB354 makes various changes to provisions relating to the safety of children. SB420 makes various changes to provisions relating to property. Room 3138.

9 a.m.

• Senate Judiciary hears four bills: AB298 makes various changes to provisions concerning peace officers. AB421 establishes the crime of participating in an organized retail theft ring. AB428 prohibits the use and acquisition of certain personal identifying information of another without the prior consent of that person. AB519 enacts provisions concerning the sealing of certain court documents. Room 2149.

11 a.m.

• Senate floor session.

1:30 p.m.

• Assembly Commerce and Labor hears four bills: SB310 makes various changes relating to professions and occupations. SB361 authorizes the Nevada Institutional Review Board to engage in various activities related to nonembryonic stem cells. 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. SB432 directs the Legislative Committee on Health Care to appoint a subcommittee to conduct a review concerning complementary integrative medicine, homeopathic medicine and the Nevada Institutional Review Board. Room 4100.

• Assembly Natural Resources, Agriculture and Mining hears two bills: SB105 revises provisions governing regulation of motor vehicle fuel. SB329 prohibits a person from allowing a cat or dog to remain unattended in a motor vehicle under certain circumstances. Room 3161.

• Assembly Health and Human Services hears two bills: SB356 revises provisions relating to the protection of children from abuse and neglect. SB399 requires the Division of Child and Family Services of the Department of Health and Human Services to coordinate with and assist certain organizations in recruiting and training providers of family foster care and each agency which provides child welfare services in recruiting, training and licensing providers of family foster care. And holds work session on matters previously considered. Room 3138.

• Senate Government Affairs hears six bills: AB139 revises provisions relating to local governmental administration. AB160 revises provisions relating to annexation by cities in certain counties. AB433 further limits the authority of public bodies to close meetings. AB439 makes various changes relating to developing and maintaining affordable housing. AB514 makes various changes to the Charter of the City of Las Vegas. AB527 revises provisions relating to governmental entities. Room 2149.

• Senate Human Resources and Education hears three bills: AB70 revises provisions governing the compensation of the members of the boards of trustees of school districts. AB432 revises provisions governing the suspension and termination of certain educational personnel for failure to maintain a valid license. AB459 makes various changes relating to teachers. Room 3138.

3:30 p.m.

• Senate Natural Resources hears two bills: AB573 revises certain provisions governing wildlife. AJR7 urges the Secretary of the Interior to fully fund the interagency airtanker base programs for wildland fire suppression in Battle Mountain, Minden and Stead. Room 2144.

3:45 p.m.

• Assembly Education hears three bills: SB110 revises provisions governing the administration of examinations to pupils enrolled in the public schools. SB328 revises provisions governing educational personnel. SB357 revises provisions relating to student loans administered by the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education for students enrolled in certain educational programs. 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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