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Legislative calendar for Monday, Tuesday

Monday

8 a.m. Assembly Government Affairs

Room: 3143

Bills to be heard: AB97: Revises the Charter of the City of Sparks to make various changes in provisions concerning city government; AB168: Provisions governing the formation of general improvement districts; AB262: Provisions relating to public administrators; AB360: Provisions governing the imposition of civil penalties for violations of city ordinances regarding the abatement of certain conditions and nuisances on property within the city; AB386: Various changes relating to systems for obtaining solar energy and systems for obtaining wind energy; AB400: Provisions relating to town advisory boards.

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

Room: 3137

Budgets of the Department of Education.

8 a.m. Senate Government Affairs

Room: 2135

Bills to be heard: SB361: Authorizes the issuance of a temporary permit to appropriate water to establish fire-resistant vegetative cover in certain areas; SB363: The notice and publication requirements for certain applications for water rights.

8:30 a.m. Senate Judiciary

Room: 2149

Bills to be heard: SB282: Prohibits the intentional public posting or displaying of the social security number of another person.

Work session: AB111: Provisions relating to the Department of Corrections; AB66: Certain provisions concerning the restoration of a person’s right to bear arms; SB66: Provisions relating to multidisciplinary teams to review the deaths of victims of crimes that constitute domestic violence; SB183: The authority of associations of certain planned communities to regulate the storage and placement of containers for the collection of recyclable material; SB187: Provisions governing parole: Revises provisions concerning the lease or rental of a unit in a common-interest community; SB222: Provisions concerning the lease or rental of a unit in a common-interest community.

9 a.m. Assembly Judiciary

Room: 3138

Bills to be heard: AB178: Revises provisions concerning the lease or rental of a unit in a common-interest community; AB264: Provisions relating to constables; AB305: The penalty for certain crimes committed against older or vulnerable persons.

10 a.m. Senate Floor Session

The Senate Chamber of the Legislative Building

Presentation on Gov. Sandoval’s budget by LCB fiscal analysts.

11 a.m. Assembly Floor Session

The Assembly Chamber of the Legislative Building

The Agenda will be posted 30 minutes prior to commencement.

On adjournment of Senate: Committee of the Whole Senate Commerce, Labor and Energy

Room: 2135

Bills to be heard: SB332: Revises provisions governing compensation for overtime; SB350: Provisions concerning policies of health insurance and health care plans that provide coverage for dental care; SB351: Provisions governing disciplinary action against contractors, SB369 the establishment of a program of shared work unemployment compensation.

1:30 p.m. Assembly Commerce and Labor

Room: 4100

Bills to be heard: AB289: Enacts provisions relating to the practice of dietetics; AB292: Provisions governing real estate appraisal; AB296: Provisions relating to long-term care administrators.

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

Room: 3138

Presentation on Autism services in Nevada.

3:15 p.m. Assembly Education

Room: 3142

Bills in Work Session: AB169: Revises provisions governing the authority of charter schools to enter into certain contracts; AB171: Provisions governing charter schools.

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

Room: 2149

Bills to be heard: SB245: Creates the Statewide Alert System for the Safe Return of Missing Older Persons, SB338: Provisions relating to reports of certain medical and related facilities; SB339: Provisions relating to the safety of patients in certain medical facilities; SB340: Provisions relating to programs to increase public awareness of health care information.

Work session: SB113: Revises provisions relating to the care of certain children during disasters.

Tuesday

8 a.m. Assembly Judiciary

Room: 3138

Bills to be heard: AB213: Makes various changes relating to gaming; AB261: The monetary limit in actions for small claims adjudicated in a justice court: AB293: A person who owns or controls the premises on which an injury or death allegedly occurred to produce certain evidence under certain circumstances.

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

Room: 2134

Budgets of the Department of Administration division of information technology, Department of Information Technology and Department of Taxation.

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

Room: 3137

Budgets of the Department of Health and Human Services Director’s Office and the Division of Mental Health and Developmental Services.

8 a.m. Senate Judiciary

Room: 2149

Bills to be heard: SB257: Revises various provisions governing graffiti offenses; SB346: Provisions governing deficiency judgments on obligations secured by certain residential property, SB381: Provisions regarding who may issue a marriage license.

1 p.m. Senate Revenue

Room: 2134

Bills to be heard: SB249: Makes various changes relating to administration of taxes on property.

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

Room: 3161

Bills to be heard: AB306: Revises the manner in which certain supervisors of a conservation district are appointed; AB368: Provisions governing brands and brand inspections; AB451: Obsolete provisions regarding the Advisory Council on the Metric System.

3:15 p.m. Assembly Transportation

Room: 3143

Bills to be heard: AB247: Revises the circumstances under which a person is exempt from obtaining a license to drive a road machine, farm tractor or implement of husbandry on a highway; AB275: Private contractors, under certain circumstances, to remove from freeways and highways devices for the temporary diversion of traffic; AB384: Provisions governing certain duties of engineers who drive locomotives.

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

Room: 2149

Bills to be heard: SB256: Revises provisions relating to controlled substances; SB300: Provisions governing certain billing and related practices of certain larger hospitals; SB379: Provisions governing the inspection by the Health Division of the Department of Health and Human Services of certain facilities and offices regulated by the Health Division.

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

Room: 1214

Bills to be heard: SJR1: Proposes to amend the Nevada Constitution to allow the Legislature to authorize the operation of a state lottery for the support of public education.