Legislative calendar for Wednesday, March 2
8 a.m. Assembly Government Affairs
Bills to be heard: AB130: Revises provisions relating to affordable housing.
8 a.m. Assembly Judiciary
Bills to be heard: AB83: Revises the statute of limitations for crimes relating to identity theft; 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; AB136: Revises provisions governing credits for offenders sentenced for certain crimes.
8 a.m. Assembly Ways and Means
Bills to be heard: AB193: Revises provisions governing the implementation of capital improvement projects.
8 a.m. Senate Finance
Budgets of the Nevada Office of Energy.
8 a.m. Senate Government Affairs
Bills to be heard: SB93: Makes various changes relating to military installations; SB110: Requires the establishment of a centralized licensing office for business licenses in each county in this State.
8 a.m. Senate Judiciary
Bills to be heard: SB156: Limits the liability of certain persons involved with an off-road sporting event; SB186: Revises provisions relating to the recording of documents; SB194: Urges the Nevada Supreme Court to amend the Nevada Rules of Civil Procedure to require certain disclosures in class action lawsuits.
11 a.m. Assembly Floor Session
The Assembly Chamber of the Legislative Building, 401 S. Carson St., Carson City, NV. The Agenda will be posted 30 minutes prior to commencement.
11 a.m. Senate Floor Session
The Senate Chamber of the Legislative Building, 401 S. Carson St., Carson City, NV. The Agenda will be posted upon commencement.
1 p.m. Senate Commerce, Labor and Energy
Bills to be heard: SB152: Revises provisions governing insurance adjusters, SB189 Revises certain provisions governing real estate transactions; SB190: Provides for the licensure of music therapists; SB193: Makes various changes concerning the State Board of Cosmetology and persons and practices regulated by the Board.
1 p.m. Senate Select Committee on Economic Growth and Employment
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.
1:30 p.m. Assembly Commerce and Labor
Bills to be heard: AB84: Authorizes the commencement of a civil action against an employer under certain circumstances; AB162: Revises provisions governing the use of consumer credit information by an insurer.
1:30 p.m. Assembly Health and Human Services
Bills to be heard: AB148: Revises provisions governing the voluntary relinquishment of an infant to a provider of emergency services; AB170: Establishes provisions relating to warnings about the health hazards of smoking during pregnancy.
3:15 p.m. Assembly Education
Bills to be heard: AB220: Encourages the Board of Regents of the University of Nevada to implement measures to ensure the educational needs of students and prospective students will be met; AB222: Creates the Teachers and Leaders Council of Nevada.
3:30 p.m. Senate Education
Bills to be heard: SB211: Requires a legislative study of the implementation of the Common Core State Standards in the public schools in Nevada; SB212: Revises provisions governing charter schools.
3:30 p.m. Senate Natural Resources
Bills to be heard: SJR5: Expresses opposition to certain proposed actions concerning wild horse and burro herds on federal public lands in Nevada and urges Congress to take certain actions concerning those herds.