Carson City – Most of the action shifts to the Assembly and Senate floor sessions where the deadline for second house passage on Friday May 24 looms large. Money committees continue to reconcile budgets, and budgets need to be finished by Thursday May 24. As of Monday May 20, there are 14 days remaining in the 2019 session.
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 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 May 20, 2019 – Day 106
Senate Floor session:
SCR3 is a concurrent resolution that directs the Legislative Committee on Energy to conduct an interim study to consider alternative solutions for transportation system funding in Nevada.
AB174 is an act relating to homelessness; establishing the Nevada Interagency Advisory Council on Homelessness to Housing.
AB17 is an act relating to bail; revising provisions governing bail in criminal cases; requiring the exoneration of bail under certain circumstances.
AB54 is an act relating to energy efficiency; revising provisions relating to the energy efficiency of certain lights sold in this State; repealing obsolete provisions relating to the reduction of grid-based energy purchases for state-owned building.
AB93 is an act relating to