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Legislative calendar

All meetings are open to the public.

Today

7:30 a.m.

• Assembly Judiciary hears five bills: AB353 makes various changes concerning the restoration of parental rights. AB406 revises various provisions relating to marriage licenses. AB498 makes various changes to provisions concerning certain actions to determine paternity. AB520 makes various changes concerning paternity and child support. AB536 transfers certain authority concerning enforcement of child support and related services from the district attorneys to the Division of Welfare and Supportive Services of the Department of Health and Human Services. Room 3138.

• Senate Commerce and Labor hears six bills: SB359 revises provisions governing claims made under policies of insurance for motor vehicles. SB403 revises provisions relating to group health insurance. SB410 provides for the licensure and regulation of computer forensics examiners. SB472 clarifies the provisions governing the licensing requirements for employment agencies. SB475 revises certain provisions governing policies of insurance for motor vehicles. SB538 revises provisions regarding trade practices. Room 2135.

8 a.m.

• Assembly Government Affairs hears three bills: AB545 authorizes local governments to require the placement or replacement of certain electric transmission lines in an underground location. AB558 authorizes governing bodies to reject certain incomplete applications relating to land use. AB572 revises various provisions governing the administration and control of the Supreme Court Building and other property used by the Supreme Court. Room 3143.

• Assembly Ways and Means hears eight bills: AB251 makes an appropriation to the Community College of Southern Nevada for the construction of and furniture, fixtures and equipment for the Southern Desert Regional Police Academy. AB308 makes an appropriation to the Department of Health and Human Services to extend “Nevada 2-1-1” service to 7 days per week. AB327 makes an appropriation to the Department of Health and Human Services to extend “Nevada 2-1-1” service to 7 days per week. AB346 makes an appropriation to the Division of Emergency Management of the Department of Public Safety for the operation of a Terrorism Early Warning Fusion Center in Clark County. AB395 makes an appropriation to the Department of Education for a pilot program for teaching children with limited proficiency in English. AB400 makes an appropriation to the City of Las Vegas for allocation to the New Ventures Capital Development Company to encourage the creation of small businesses in the minority community. AB541 makes a supplemental appropriation to the State Distributive School Account for unanticipated expenses for Fiscal Year 2006-2007 for providing health-care subsidies to retired school district employees. AB607 revises the provisions governing the design and construction of a previously approved capital improvement project at the Veterans’ Nursing Home. Room 3137.

• Senate Finance reviews the budget of the state’s Washington, D.C., office and hears four bills: SB346 makes an appropriation to the Governor’ Office to fund a working group to study the methamphetamine problem in Nevada. SB373 makes an appropriation to the Legislative Fund for the creation of an oral history of the Nevada Legislature. SB444 makes a supplemental appropriation to the Governor’ Office for terminal leave and other costs. SB461 makes an appropriation to the Legislative Fund for various projects of the Legislature and the Legislative Counsel Bureau. Possible budget closings. Room 2134.

9 a.m.

• Senate Judiciary Committee hears SB148 which revises certain provisions of the Uniform Principal and Income Act (1997) governing disbursements made from principal and income and holds a work session on measures previously considered. Room 2149.

11 a.m.

• Senate and Assembly floor sessions.

12:30 p.m.

• Senate Government Affairs subcommittee holds hearing on SB123 which makes various changes to provisions relating to public records. Room 2149.

1 p.m.

• Assembly Commerce and Labor holds hearings on eight bills: AB329 requires adoption of regulations concerning nontraditional mortgage loans and lending practices. AB332 makes various changes concerning loans secured by liens on real property. AB375 revises certain provisions governing mortgages. AB440 makes various changes concerning loans secured by a mortgage or other lien on residential real property. AB496 makes various changes concerning workers compensation. AB524 requires an electric utility to increase the reliability of its electric service. AB560 establishes requirements concerning agreements between debtors and third parties for assistance in the recovery of certain proceeds of a foreclosure sale. And holds work session on measures previously considered. Room 4100.

1:30 p.m.

• Assembly Natural Resources, Agriculture and Mining hears three bills: AB469 provides for the creation of a state park for the protection of certain paleontologically sensitive sites. AJR9 Urges Congress to allow certain proceeds from the Southern Nevada Public Land Management Act to be used for Nevada’s state parks. AB573 revises certain provisions governing wildlife. Room 3161.

• Assembly Health and Human Services hears three bills: AB187 provides for regulation of certified medication aides. AB458 makes various changes concerning health-care facilities that employ nurses. AB577 requires certain medical facilities to establish a program for safe handling of patients. And holds a work session on previously considered measures. Room 3138.

• Senate Human Resources and Education hears seven bills: SB59 makes various changes relating to the State Plan for Medicaid. SB314 requires the provision of information concerning services that are provided at certain residential facilities for older persons. SB327 requires the Director of the Department of Health and Human Services to publish on a Web site certain information relating to health care. SB355 creates an Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives. SB529 revises certain provisions relating to Medicaid. SB533 makes various changes relating to county hospitals. SB536 makes various changes governing the privacy of certain health information. Room 2135.

3:30 p.m.

• Senate Natural Resources hears five bills: SB274 makes various changes to provisions governing the State Engineer. SB276 makes various changes relating to water. SB366 prohibits the Department of Wildlife from exercising jurisdiction over animal husbandry relating to animals intended to produce food for human consumption. SB405 revises provisions governing the appropriation of public waters. SB484 creates the position of Rural Land Use Planner within the Division of State Lands in the State Department of Conservation and Natural Resources. Room 2144.

3:45 p.m.

• Assembly Education hears five bills: AB354 revises provisions governing the health of pupils. AB432 revises provisions governing the suspension and termination of certain educational personnel for failure to maintain a valid license. AB465 revises provisions governing the Gov. Guinn Millennium Scholarship Program. AB564 creates and funds new scholarship programs for higher education. AB565 revises provisions governing educational finance. 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.