List of Senate and Assembly Bills signed in Nevada after latest session – KTNV Las Vegas

Gov. Sisolak has signed 140 pieces of legislation (so far) from the 81st session of the Nevada Legislature.

All of the bills below have been signed. Some have already gone into effect, Some went into effect in May or July. Others are going into effect in October and January 2022.

Here are some of the bills (this is not a complete list):

ASSEMBLY BILL 19
Changes social studies subjects that are part of mandatory curriculum, removing government and adding civics, financial literacy and multicultural education.

ASSEMBLY BILL 22
Requires Nevada Department of Veterans Services to develop a transition assistance program to help veterans reintegrate into civilian life.

ASSEMBLY BILL 28
Helps local businesses to obtain state contracts by handicapping out-of-state bidders based on their state’s policies.

ASSEMBLY BILL 54
Creates the Advisory Committee on Traffic Safety to review and make recommendations on preventing and reducing deaths and injuries from motor vehicle crashes.

ASSEMBLY BILL 58
Authorizes the attorney general to conduct so-called pattern and practice investigations of state and local agencies accused of discriminatory behavior.

ASSEMBLY BILL 59
Raises legal age to use tobacco or nicotine products to 21, from 18.

ASSEMBLY BILL 60
Nullifies provisions of a contract or settlement agreement if they restrict one party from testifying against another about a crime, sexual harassment; discrimination or retaliation.

ASSEMBLY BILL 62
Gives the state treasurer permission to seek private donations for Nevadans with intellectual or developmental disabilities.

ASSEMBLY BILL 63
Authorizes local governments to use local natural disaster recovery funds to mitigate the effects of a declared emergency.

ASSEMBLY BILL 72
Makes a representative of the Nevada Indian Commission a voting member of the Nevada State Board on Geographic Names.

ASSEMBLY BILL 76
Paves the way to establish adult day health care at Nevada State Veterans Homes in Sparks and Boulder City.

ASSEMBLY BILL 77
Expands Nevada Department of Veteran Services’ role in prevention of suicide and homelessness.

ASSEMBLY BILL 88
Prohibits the use of any

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