The week ahead at the Nevada Legislature – bills and events of interest, week five – The Sierra Nevada Ally

Nevada State Capitol, Plaza at Carson Street, Carson City, Carson City, NV, September 17, 1872 – photo: Nevada State Museum/Library of Congress

The 120-day, biennial session of the Nevada Legislature got underway on February 1, and Monday March 1 marks Day 29 and a growing slate of legislative activities. Here are a few bills and events we’re tracking this week. Please be advised that schedule changes can occur at any time. This report will be updated every weekday morning and as new information becomes available.

Monday March 1, 2021 – Day 29 of 120:

10:00 AM – The Assembly Committee on Government Affairs will hear AB127, a bill that would allow police officers and retired officers to keep certain personal information confidential.

1:00 PM – The Senate Committee on Education will hear SB66, a bill that would create the Nevada K-16 Connectivity and Innovation Advisory Committee. The committee will also hear SB118, a measure that would create the Nevada First Scholars Program to provide assistance to low-income students in the state’s system of higher education.

4:00 PM – Assembly Committee on Natural Resources will hear a pair of water bills, AB5 and AB6. AB5 would affect the judicial  review  of  an  order  or  decision  of  the  State Engineer. AB6 would revise provisions governing an application for a temporary change relating to water already appropriated.

Tuesday March 2, 2021 – Day 30 of 120:

8:00 AM – The Assembly Committee on Judiciary will hear AB160, a bill that would  authorize a court to provide credit for time spent in residential confinement before conviction to reduce a sentence of  imprisonment.

9:00 AM – The Assembly Committee on Government Affairs will hear AB143, a bill that would require the Department of Health and Human Services to develop a statewide plan for the delivery

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