Legislative calendar for Monday and Tuesday | NevadaAppeal.com

Legislative calendar for Monday and Tuesday

Monday

8 a.m. Assembly Ways and Means

Room: 3137

Budgets of the Governor’s Office, Judicial Discipline Commission and Legislative branch.

8 a.m. Senate Finance

Room: 2134

Review of the state’s contracting process and fees charged by contractors.

9 a.m. Assembly Government Affairs

Room: 3143

Bills to be heard: AB38: Revises provisions governing contracts for public works; AB60: Revises requirements pertaining to preferences in bidding on public works; AB103: Makes various changes to the Airport Authority Act for Carson City.

9 a.m. Assembly Judiciary

Room: 3138

Bills to be heard: AB91: Enacts the Uniform Collaborative Law Act; AB109: Enacts the amendments to Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code.

9 a.m. Senate Government Affairs

Room: 2135

Bills to be heard: SJR6: Claims sovereignty under the 10th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.

9 a.m. Senate Judiciary

Room: 2149

Bills to be heard: SB180: Expands provisions governing criminal and civil liability for certain crimes to include crimes motivated by the victim’s gender identity or expression,

11 a.m. Assembly Floor Session

The Assembly Chamber

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.

1 p.m. Senate Commerce, Labor and Energy

Room: 2135

Bills to be heard: SB184: Requires the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada to establish the Renewable Energy Systems Development Program; SB205: Requires national certification for a registered nurse to receive a certificate of recognition as an advanced practitioner of nursing.

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

Room: 2134

Presentations on emerging technologies in Nevada and renewable energy.

1:30 p.m. Assembly Commerce and Labor

Room: 4100

Bills to be heard: AB90: Makes various changes to provisions relating to employment practices; AB214: Revises provisions governing certain disbursements of money from escrow accounts; AB217: Repeals provisions governing the interstate sale of certain firearms.

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

Room: 3138

Bills to be heard: AB54: Authorizes the establishment of a medical district in certain counties.

3:15 p.m. Assembly Education

Room: 3142

Bills to be heard: AB230 Authorizes an alternative route to licensure for teachers and administrators

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

Room: 1214

Presentation on implementation of the Affordable Care Act.

5:30 p.m. State of the Judiciary

The Assembly Chamber

Address by Chief Justice Michael Douglas.

Tuesday

8 a.m. Assembly Judiciary

Room: 3138

Bills to be heard: AB111: Revises provisions relating to domestic relations; AB205: Revises provisions concerning the issuance of permits to carry concealed firearms; SB23: Clarifies the entity responsible for carrying out certain duties relating to the adoption of a child with special needs; SB47: Clarifies the definition of “minor” for the purposes of certain criminal statutes.

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

Room: 2134

Budgets of the Departments of Administration and Business and Industry.

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

Room: 3137

Budgets of the Health Division.

8 a.m. Senate Judiciary

Room: 2149

Bills to be heard: SB201: Revises provisions relating to correctional institutions; SB217: Requires the publication by pretrial release agencies of information relating to certain criminal defendants who are released from custody before trial.

9 a.m. Assembly Taxation

Room: 4100

Bills to be heard: AB200: Authorizes a brew pub to obtain a special permit to transport donated malt beverages under certain circumstances.

1 p.m. Senate Revenue

Room: 2134

Bills to be heard: SB31: Extends the period for the Department of Taxation or a county to take certain actions relating to delinquent taxes; SB32: Makes various changes relating to the meetings of the State Board of Equalization; SB33: Consolidates provisions requiring confidentiality of certain taxpayer-specific records.

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

Room: 3142

Bills to be heard: AB100: Enacts the Uniformed Military and Overseas Absentee Voters Act; AJR5 of the 2009 Legislature Proposes to amend the Nevada Constitution to revise provisions governing the convening and conduct of special sessions and the duration and adjournment of regular and special sessions.

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

Room: 3161

Presentations by the Nevada Cattleman’s Association and Coalition for Nevada Wildlife.

3:15 p.m. Assembly Transportation

Room: 3143

Bills to be heard: AB151: Makes various changes concerning the use of a cellular telephone or other handheld wireless communications device while operating a motor vehicle; AB173: Prohibits the use of a cellular telephone or other handheld wireless communications device while operating a motor vehicle in certain circumstances.

3:30 p.m. Senate Transportation

Room: 2135

Bills to be heard: SB48: Revises provisions relating to permitting and enforcement of standards for oversize and overweight vehicles operating on Nevada highways; SB83: Revises provisions relating to transportation.