Legislative calendar for March 21-22 | NevadaAppeal.com

Legislative calendar for March 21-22

Monday

8 a.m. Senate Finance/Assembly Ways and Means Joint Meeting

Room: 4100

Budgets of the Nevada System of Higher Education.

9 a.m. Assembly Government Affairs

Room: 3143

Bills to be heard: AB67: Revises provisions governing the Public Employees’ Retirement System.

9 a.m. Assembly Judiciary

Room: 3138

Bills to be heard: AB249: Makes various changes pertaining to certain court reporters, AB250 Repeals the prospective expiration of the exemption from jury service of any police officer.

9 a.m. Senate Government Affairs

Room: 2135

Bills to be heard: SB260: Provides an alternative procedure for the creation of certain local improvement districts; SB261: Makes various changes relating to the reorganization of certain fire protection districts.

9 a.m. Senate Judiciary

Room: 2149

Bills to be heard: SB221: Makes various changes relating to trusts, estates and probate.

11 a.m. Assembly Floor Session

The Assembly Chamber of the Legislative Building

The Agenda will be posted 30 minutes prior to commencement.

11 a.m. Senate Floor Session

The Senate Chamber

The Agenda will be posted upon commencement.

Senate Commerce, Labor and Energy

Room: 2135

Bills to be heard: SB252: Revises provisions governing compensation for overtime; SB253: Requires certain policies of health insurance and health care plans to provide coverage for tobacco cessation treatments; SB258: Makes various changes relating to anesthesiology.

1 p.m. Senate Select Committee on Economic Growth and Employment

Room: 2134

Presentation on renewable energy. Discussion and possible action on measures previously considered.

1:30 p.m. Assembly Commerce and Labor

Room: 4100

Bills to be heard: AB267: Revises provisions governing representation of injured workers in hearings or other meetings concerning industrial insurance claims.

1:30 p.m. Assembly Health and Human Services

Room: 3138

Work session on measures previously considered.

2 p.m. Senate Finance

Room: 2144

Discussion of the state contracting process and possible measures to reform.

3:15 p.m. Assembly Education

Room: 3142

Bills in Work Session: AB113: Revises provisions governing the statewide system of accountability for public schools; AB117: Revises provisions governing the required minimum number of school days in public schools; AB290: Revises provisions governing pupils enrolled in high school.

3:30 p.m. Senate Health and Human Services

Room: 2149

Bills to be heard: SB246: Makes various changes concerning required training for employees who administer medication to a child at certain entities that have custody of the child pursuant to the order of a court.

Tuesday

8 a.m. Assembly Judiciary

Room: 3138

Bills to be heard: AB219: Provides that certain unredeemed wagering instruments escheat to the state; AB259: Requires a portion of certain existing fees to be used for certain programs for legal services.

8 a.m. Assembly Ways and Means Joint Subcommittee

Room: 2134

Budgets of the Department of Public Safety.

8 a.m. Assembly Ways and Means Joint Subcommittee

Room: 4100

Budgets of the Nevada System of Higher Education.

8 a.m. Senate Judiciary

Room: 2149

Bills to be heard: AB7: Revises provisions relating to the disqualification of certain judges; AB134: Prohibits the imposition of a sentence of life imprisonment without the possibility of parole upon a juvenile offender convicted of a non-homicide crime.

9 a.m. Assembly Taxation

Room: 3137

Bills to be heard: AB14: Revises the provisions governing certain tax abatements for new or expanded businesses and renewable energy facilities; AB263: Clarifies permissible use of proceeds of certain local sales and use taxes by Carson City.

1 p.m. Senate Revenue

Room: 2134

Bills to be heard: SB13: Revises provisions relating to the collection and payment of certain fuel taxes; SB34: Makes various changes regarding the administration of sales and use taxes.

1:30 p.m. Assembly Legislative Operations and Elections

Room: 3142

Bills to be heard: AB108: Eliminates the deadline for registering to vote in an election; AB301: Revises provisions governing the restoration of civil rights for ex-felons.

1:30 p.m. Assembly Natural Resources, Agriculture, and Mining

Room: 3161

Bills to be heard: AB19: Revises provisions governing the issuance of certain fishing licenses and permits; AB167: Enacts provisions for the protection of the waters of this State from aquatic invasive species; AJR5: Urges the Federal Government to engage in discussions regarding the mitigation of water contamination in Nevada which resulted from certain nuclear activities that were conducted in this State by the Federal Government.

3:15 p.m. Assembly Transportation

Room: 3143

Bills to be heard: AB158: Revises provisions governing exemptions from the requirements for licensure of driving schools.

3:30 p.m. Senate Health and Human Services

Room: 2149

Bills to be heard: SB209: Revises provisions relating to reports of sentinel events and related information reported by certain medical facilities.

3:30 p.m. Senate Legislative Operations and Elections

Room: 2144

Bills to be heard: SB170: Revises provisions governing petitions for initiative or referendum.

3:30 p.m. Senate Transportation

Room: 2135

Bills to be heard: SB235: Makes failure to wear a safety belt in a motor vehicle a primary offense.

5 p.m. Address By Senator John Ensign

The Assembly Chamber