The Nevada State Legislature got down to business without any unusual interruptions for the week ending March 22, as the 8th week of the 80th session begins today, March 25. There are 410 bills to be considered this session in the Assembly and 427 bills filed in the Senate.
Another week of the Nevada State Legislature is in the history books, but not without more controversy.
80th SESSION, MONDAY, MARCH 11, 2019
The last week of the 80th Legislative Session (ending Friday March 8) was historical, but not
for a good reason. Senate Majority Leader Kelvin Atkinson (District
4, Las Vegas)..
There’s only 94 days until sine die rolls around for the 80th Session of the Nevada State Legislature, but who’s counting? As of today there are 490 bills in the Assembly and Senate but only a fraction of them have had a hearing. Luckily one of those, Senate Bill 224, the Privacy Bill sponsored again by Senator Julia Ratti of Sparks
80TH SESSION OF THE NEVADA STATE LEGISLATURE FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 2019
The Privacy Bill RPEN supports went from a Bill Draft Request to an assigned bill in the Senate on Monday, February 18 as week 3 of the 80th Legislative Session began. Senate Bill 224 is jointly sponsored by Senators Julia Ratti, Joyce Woodhouse and David Parks….
80TH SESSION OF THE NEVADA STATE LEGISLATURE FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 2019
At the conclusion of the second full week of the 80th Session of the Nevada State Legislature, budget hearings were held for the Public Employees’ Benefits Program (PEBP) and the Public Employees’ Retirement System (PERS). PEBP Executive Officer Damon Haycock faced a slew of questions from the joint panel relating to the agency’s excess reserves, …