Legislative calendar for March 25 | NevadaAppeal.com

Legislative calendar for March 25

7:30 a.m. Assembly Judiciary Subcommittee

Room: 3138

Bills to be heard: AB236: Revises provisions governing financial obligations in common-interest communities; AB246: the association of a common-interest community to make available to candidates for membership on the executive board its list of units’ owners under certain circumstances.

8 a.m. Assembly Government Affairs

Room: 3143

Bills to be heard: AB228: Revises provisions governing contracts for public works, AB312 provisions governing public works; AB361: Provisions relating to preferences in bidding on smaller public works contracts; AB413: Provisions governing public works.

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

Room: 3137

Budgets of the Human Services Division of Health Care Financing and Policy.

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

Room: 2134

Budgets of the Department of Business and Industry.

8 a.m. Senate Government Affairs

Room: 2135

Bills to be heard: AB17: Revises the applicability of the Nevada Administrative Procedure Act to the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada; SB297: Provisions governing the mandatory installation of automatic fire sprinkler systems; SB327: Provisions authorizing public-private partnerships for certain projects; SB377: Provisions relating to preferential employment in the construction of public works.

8 a.m. Senate Judiciary

Room: 2149

Bills to be heard: SB254: Revises provisions relating to common-interest communities, SB376 the penalty for certain technological crimes.

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 of the Legislative Building

The Agenda will be posted 30 minutes prior to commencement.

Assembly Education

Room: 3142

Work session on measures previously considered.

1 p.m. Senate Commerce, Labor and Energy

Room: 2135

Bills to be heard: SB227: Revises provisions governing the financial administration of the Real Estate Division of the Department of Business and Industry; SB266: Provisions governing the possession of pets by tenants of a manufactured home park; SB267: Provisions governing personal information; SB292: Provisions relating to insurance.

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

Room: 2134

Bills to be heard: SB64: Establishes a program for the investment of state money in certificates of deposit at a reduced rate of interest to provide lending institutions with money for loans at a reduced rate of interest to certain eligible entities.

Meets on adjournment of the Assembly floor session: Assembly Commerce and Labor

Room: 4100

Bills to be heard: AB211: Prohibits discriminatory employment practices based upon gender identity or expression; AB353: A court reporter or court reporting firm from charging more than a certain amount per page for copies of a transcript under certain circumstances; AB382: The Chiropractic Physicians’ Board of Nevada to establish a preceptor program.

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

Room: 3138

Bills to be heard: AB286: Establishes the Advisory Committee on Medicaid Fraud.

2 p.m. Senate Finance

Room: 1214

Review and discussion of the state contracting process.

Bills to be heard: SB359: Revises provisions relating to contracts with a governmental entity.

3:30 p.m. Senate Education

Room: 2149

Bills to be heard: SB196: Revises provisions governing the policy adopted by the State Board of Education to encourage parental and family involvement in supporting the education of their children; SB216: The sale or provision of foods containing trans fats at public schools within this State: SB229: Provisions governing empowerment schools, SB230 Reading Skills Development Centers.

Senate Natural Resources

Room: 2144

Work session on: SB119: Revises provisions governing the Agency for Nuclear Projects; SB121: Revises provisions governing the Commission on Nuclear Projects; SB191: Revises provisions governing pet crematories.

Bills to be heard: SB287 Expresses opposition to the location of a proposed wind power project on Mount Wilson and Table Mountain, SB298 provisions governing noxious odors.