Nevada State Legislature – a look ahead at week 10 – Nevada Capital News

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Carson City – Friday April 12 marks the deadline for committee passage (First House), so lots of legislation will be on the move ahead of the deadline. We’ll update our listing as frequently as possible, as agendas may change at any time.

Many have sent suggestions for legislation not to miss and other happenings at the Legislature, and if you are inclined, send suggestions to [email protected]

As always, please note, this is by no means a comprehensive list of all meetings and activities at the Nevada State Legislature but a fluid and subjective look ahead at the legislation, presentations and activities of interest to the Nevada Capital News editorial staff.  And be aware, bills are heard and presentations are given at the discretion of committee leadership and are subject to change at any time. We will make updates to this list as we become aware of the need for them. The latest revision time will be listed at the beginning of the report, but nothing is more current than the State Legislature web pages.  Our goal is to inspire participation in the state’s lawmaking process.

Monday April 8, 2019 – day 64 AB220 is an act relating to the Lake Tahoe Basin; requiring the issuance of general obligation bonds to carry out certain environmental improvement projects included in the second phase of the Environmental Improvement Program for the Lake Tahoe Basin.

Faculty in the Nevada System of Higher Education have not had a raise in a long time, and looks like SB214 would put merit pay increase for faculty in statute.

SB214 is an act relating to education; encouraging the Board of Regents of the University of Nevada to establish a comprehensive system for the compensation of the unclassified employees of the Nevada System

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