The 80th Session of the Nevada State Legislature has officially entered into “legislative time” when all of the traditional rules are suspended, meetings are held “behind the bar” and more deadlines approach. In light of this, our weekly Legislative Alerts may be impacted as well, noting that the week 15 alert is coming to you […]
The 13th week of the Nevada State Legislature’s 80th Session began on Monday, May 6. Typically we have been preparing and emailing these weekly Legislative Alerts at the start of the week, but things were a bit more hectic this week which explains why you’re receiving this on a Thursday instead of a Monday!
April 29th marks the 85th Day of the Nevada State Legislature’s 80th Session. Members of the Legislature’s Senate Finance and Assembly Ways and Means Committees have been busy trying to close departmental budgets since April 2, and on May 1 they’ll gather to get started with the Public Employees’ Benefits Program budget.
At long last Senate Bill 224 is on its way to the Nevada Assembly!
The first significant deadline of the 80th Session of the Nevada State Legislature has come and gone. Friday, April 12 meant all non-exempt bills faced Committee Passage in the First House, which led to a long day for lawmakers as well as legislative staff who prepare the bills and reports.
It’s Day 64 of the 80th Session of the Nevada State Legislature, and the next deadline facing lawmakers arrives Friday, April 12 when all non-exempt bills must pass out of their Committee of Origin.