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

Marker in front of the Nevada State Capitol in Carson City, NV – image – Brian Bahouth/The Sierra Nevada Ally

Updated Tuesday March 16, 2021 at 7:21 AM – Monday March 15, 2021 marks day 43 of the 120-day, biennial session of the Nevada Legislature and the deadline for legislators’ bill introductions. 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 15, 2021 – Day 43 of 120:

10:00 AM – The Assembly Committee on Government Affairs will hear AB 184, a bill that would create the Office of Small Business Advocacy within the Office of the Lieutenant Governor.

10:00 AM – The Assembly Committee on Judiciary will hear AB241, a bill that could grant parole to an inmate in a state prison earlier than normal under an infectious disease state of emergency.

1:00 PM – The Senate Committee on Judiciary will hear SB166, a measure that would revise provisions relating to crimes motivated by certain characteristics of the victim to include, race, color, religion, national origin, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation or gender identity.

3:30 PM – The Senate Committee on Growth and Infrastructure will hear SB170, a bill that would revise the registration requirements for off-highway vehicles; requiring certain children to wear a helmet when operating, using or riding an off-highway vehicle; revising the membership of the Commission on Off-Highway Vehicles; eliminating exceptions from the registration requirements for certain off-highway vehicles.

The committee will also hear SB191, a bill that would impose a surcharge on the sale of electric service to charge the battery of an electric vehicle or a plug-in hybrid electric vehicle;

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