Legislative calendar for Monday & Tuesday


8 a.m. Interim Finance Committee

Room: 4100

11 a.m. Assembly Floor Session

The Assembly Chamber

The Agenda will be posted 30 minutes prior to commencement.

12 p.m. Senate Floor Session

The Senate Chamber of the Legislative Building

The Agenda will be posted 30 minutes prior to commencement.

1 p.m. Senate Commerce, Labor and Energy

Room: 2135

Bills to be heard: AB62 revises provisions relating to the Office of the Attorney General, AB156 provisions relating to process servers, AB203 provisions governing the unlawful use of a contractor's license, AB217 provisions governing the interstate sale of certain firearms.

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

Room: 2134

Presentations on the economic benefits of clean energy and possible action on measures previously considered.

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

Room: 3138

Bills to be heard: SB191 Revises provisions governing pet crematories, SB337 provisions governing persons who may receive an anatomical gift.

3 p.m. The Recession, Revenues, and Nevada's Recovery Town Hall Meeting

Room: 1214

3:15 p.m. Assembly Education

Room: 3142

Bills to be heard: SB35 Revises provisions governing the automated system of accountability information for Nevada and the reporting of test scores by charter schools, SB229 provisions governing the policy adopted by the State Board of Education to encourage parental and family involvement in supporting the education of their children.


7:30 a.m. Assembly Ways and Means

Room: 3137

Bills to be heard: AB167 Enacts provisions for the protection of the waters of this State from aquatic invasive species, AB358 provisions governing certain manufactured buildings, AB525 the Wildlife Trust Fund, AB527 an appropriation for the implementation and operation of a principal leadership training program, AB531 provisions governing the Fund for Manufactured Housing, AB561 various changes concerning governmental financial administration.

8 a.m. Senate Judiciary

Room: 2149

Bills to be heard: AB18 Clarifies that meetings of the State Board of Parole Commissioners are quasi-judicial and clarifies the rights of prisoners and other persons who appear before the Parole Board, AB147 provisions relating to the termination of parental rights, AB464 certain technical corrections made to NRS and Statutes of Nevada.

9 a.m. Assembly Judiciary

Room: 3138

Bills to be heard: SB6 Authorizes the electronic reproduction of the seal of a court, SB25 the method used to determine the number of justices of the peace in a township in certain counties, SB67 provisions governing the disbursement of money from the Fund for the Compensation of Victims of Crime.

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

Room: 3161

Bills to be heard: SB12 Repeals certain reporting requirements for the emission of greenhouse gases, SJR4 Congress to take certain actions concerning federal public lands in Nevada.

3:15 p.m. Assembly Transportation

Room: 3143

Bills to be heard: SB84 Revises certain provisions relating to roadblocks.

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

Room: 2149

Bills to be heard: AB280 Requires the adoption of patient safety checklists and patient safety policies at certain medical facilities.

3:30 p.m. Senate Transportation

Room: 2135

Bills to be heard: AB2 Revises provisions relating to emissions testing for certain vehicles, AB53 provisions governing informational signage and other programs to provide information concerning commercial attractions and services along highways, AB152 an advisory committee to develop recommendations for the funding of highways in this State.

5 p.m. Assembly Committee of the Whole

Assembly Chambers.

Work session on Gov. Brian Sandoval's proposed budgets for K-12 education.


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