A bill that would tweak the 2015 mandated reorganization of the Clark County School District would reclassify certain funds used for schools, a move the district said would decrease the burden on principals.
A bill that would make the names of marijuana business owners public in Nevada cleared the state Assembly Tuesday, and now heads to the governor’s desk where it is expected to be signed.
A bill from state Democrats that would roll back changes made to Nevada’s prevailing wage laws by Republicans in 2015 was approved by state Assembly Tuesday on a party-line vote.
After a hectic two weeks that saw lawmakers in Carson City vote and pass hundreds of bills, things will return to a more normal pace as the final one-third of the Nevada Legislature’s session gets underway.
A bill to ban involuntary microchipping of people, unanimously passed earlier this month by the Assembly, ran into a skeptical Senate committee Friday where members raised concerns that its prohibitions were too broad.
Specialty license plates are a big hit in Nevada and various charities benefit from many of the plates mounted to vehicles statewide.
Democratic and Republican leaders from both houses Wednesday gave similar and largely conciliatory assessments of lawmakers’ efforts to pass a combined 180 bills Tuesday to meet a deadline for first house passage — a cutoff that saw just 18 bills fail to advance.
Gov. Steve Sisolak held an official signing ceremony on Tuesday after putting his name to Assembly Bill 182 a day earlier.
A bill that would ban bump stocks and give local governments more authority over gun control won approval in the Assembly Tuesday, one of nearly 180 bills that passed in the Senate or Assembly ahead of an end-of-day deadline.
The Senate and Assembly worked late into the evening Monday ahead of a Tuesday deadline for bill passage, with senators narrowly approving new confidentiality requirements around public employee retirement records among two dozen Senate bills passed.