2005 Session Bill Draft Requests

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8   SB28 Prohibit video voyeurism.   Senator Cegavske Monitor 6/7/2005 Seante final passage 20 yea, 0 nay with 1 excused. Referred to Assembly Committee on Ways and Means on 5/28/05. No further action taken on 6/7/05. Business
11   SB7 Makes certain opt-out provisions in contracts with consumers unenforceable under certain circumstances.   Senator Wiener Oppose as Written 4/15/2005 Pursuant to Joint Standing Rule No. 14.3.1, no further action is allowed on this bill. Business
13   SB37 Revises provisions governing wholesalers of prescription drugs. Senator Wiener Support 6/14/2005 Senate final passage 18 yea, 2 nay with 1 excused. Assemby final passage 41 yea, 0 nay with 1 excused. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 406, on 6/14/05. Effective October 1, 2005. Pharmacy
15   SB347 Make various changes relating to cyber crimes and identity theft. Senator Wiener Joint Requester: Assemblyman Anderson Support 6/17/2005 Senate final passage 19 yea, 0 nay with 1 excused and 1 not voting. Assembly final passage 41 yea, 0 nay with 1 excused. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 485, on 6/17/05. Effective October 1, 2005 or January 1, 2005 or October 1, 2008 depending on sec Business
25   SB352 Repeal the Modified Business Tax on Financial Institutions and the Bank Branch Tax. Assemblyman Marvel Support 6/7/2005 Referred to Senate Committee on Finance. No further action taken on 6/7/05. Taxation
26   SBSJR4 Revises provisions governing recall elections. Senator Coffin Monitor 4/16/2005 Pursuant to Joint Standing Rule No. 14.3.1, no further action allowed on this bill. Government and Public Affairs 
27   SB117 Revises requirements for lobbyists' reports. Senator Titus Monitor 6/7/2005 Referred to Senate Committee on Legislative Operations and Elections. No further action taken on 6/7/05. Government and Public Affairs 
28   SB129 Revises the provisions governing the receipt of compensation by elected officials. Senator Titus Monitor 5/21/2005 Pursuant to Joint Standing Rule No. 14.3.3, no further action is allowed on this bill. Government and Public Affairs 
44 AB143   Makes various changes concerning proceedings in actions concerning eminent domain. Assemblyman Horne Monitor 6/17/2005 Assembly final passage 42 yea, 0 nay. Senate final passage 20 yea, 1 nay. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 461, on 6/17/05. Effective June 17, 2005. Section 13.5 of this act expires by limitation on July 1, 2007. Business
47   SB240 Provide for the establishment of Health Savings Accounts. Requested by Legislator Monitor 5/28/2005 Pursuant to Joint Standing Rule No. 14.3.4, no further action is allowed on this bill. Healthcare
60   SB2 Requires the amount of money expended per pupil in this state to meet or exceed the national average. Schneider Oppose 6/7/2005 Referred to Senate Committee on Finance. No further action taken on 6/7/05. Education / Taxation
65   SB350 Prohibit state agencies from outsourcing jobs overseas. Requested by Legislator 4/15/2005 Pursuant to Joint Standing Rule No. 14.3.1, no further action is allowed on this bill. Business
77   SB267 Revise the Open Meeting Law to prohibit closed meetings regarding the job performance of persons appointed by elected officials.   Senator Care Watch 6/17/2005 Senate final passage 19 yea, 1 nay with 1 excused. Assembly final passage 28 yea, 13 nay with 1 excused. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 466, on 6/17/05. Effective October 1, 2005. Government and Public Affairs 
92   SB42 Revise provisions regarding the compensation of commissioned salespersons. Senator Washington Oppose 4/15/2005 Pursuant to Joint Standing Rule No. 14.3.1, no further action is allowed on this bill. Business
98   SB276 To create a uniform disciplinary process for certain occupational licensing boards.   Attorney General Watch 6/2/2005 Senate final passage 20 yea, 0 nay with 1 excused. Assembly final passage 42 yea, 0 nay. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 225, on 6/2/05. Effective October 1, 2005. Business
103   SB465 To revise provisions regarding matters concerning the Open Meeting Law. Attorney General Monitor 4/15/2005 Pursuant to Joint Standing Rule No. 14.3.1, no further action is allowed on this bill. Government and Public Affairs 
108   SB489 To establish a statute of limitations for Deceptive Trade Practice violations consistent with the time limit for actions of criminal theft, to increase penalties for deceptive trade practices and to establish a truth in lending act for the auto industry.  Attorney General Monitor 6/13/2005 Senate final passage 21 yea, 0 nay. Assembly final passage 42 yea, 0 nay. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 375, on 6/13/05. Effective October 1, 2005. Business
117 AB539   Make various changes regarding the regulation of the sales price of motor vehicle fuel. Attorney General Oppose 4/15/2005 Pursuant to Joint Standing Rule No. 14.3.1, no further action is allowed on this bill. Business
120 AB436   Revise provisions governing matters relating to tobacco. Attorney General Support 5/18/2005 Assembly final passage 38 yea, 0 nay with 3 excused and 1 not voting. Senate final passage 21 yea. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 120, on 5/18/05. Effective May 18, 2005 or October 1, 2005 or January 1, 2006 depending on section. Tobacco
126 AB340   Amend the usury law and apply the restrictions to payday loans. Assemblywoman Giunchigliani Watch 6/14/2005 Assembly final passage 42 yea, 0 nay. Senate final passage 20 yea, 0 nay with 1 not voting. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 409, on 6/14/05. Effective October 1, 2005. Business
134   SBSJR9 Amend the Nevada Constitution to reverse the decision in Guinn v. Legislature, to fully restore and protect the two-thirds supermajority vote on tax measures and to impose certain limitations on spending by the Legislature. Senator Beers Support 4/15/2005 Pursuant to Joint Standing Rule No. 14.3.1, no further action is allowed on this bill. Taxation
152 ABAJR6   AJR: Urge Congress to repeal the Medicare Prescription Drug Improvement and Modernization Act of 2003 and replace with an affordable, easily understood, comprehensive prescription drug benefit to Medicare. Assemblywoman Buckley Monitor 5/26/2005 Assembly final passage 42 yea, 0 nay. Senate final passage 10 yea, 11 nay. Lost on 5/26/05. Pharmacy
154   SB233 Makes various changes relating to alcoholic beverages. Senator Schneider Monitor 6/10/2005 Senate final passage 20 yea, 0 nay with 1 excused. Assembly passage 41 yea, 0 nay with 1 excused. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 345, on 6/10/05. Effective June 10, 2005. Taxation
163 AB245   Revise provisions governing the exemptions from the Real Property Transfer Tax and provide for consistent manner of applying the tax to transfers within corporations. Assemblyman Marvel Monitor 4/15/2005 Pursuant to Joint Standing Rule No. 14.3.1, no further action is allowed on this bill. Taxation
164   SB112 Authorize State Controller to establish a fee for state agencies to charge for credit card, debit card, ACH and electronic payments that are insufficient or returned. State Controller Watch 5/31/2005 Senate final passage 21 yea, 0 nay. Assembly final passage 41 yea, 1 nay. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 186, on 5/31/05. Effective July 1, 2005. Government and Public Affairs 
165   SB48 Revise provisions governing the collection of certain debts owed to State agencies. State Controller Monitor 5/28/2005 Pursuant to Joint Standing Rule No. 14.3.4, no further action is allowed on this bill. Government and Public Affairs 
169 AB524   Revise provisions governing the Senior Rx Program. Human Resources--Director's Office Watch 6/10/2005 Assembly final passage 41 yea, 0 nay. Senate final passage 21 yea, 0 nay. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 342, on 6/10/05. Effective June 10, 2005. Pharmacy
172   SB420 Provides exception to Open Meeting Law for certain meetings of the Drug Use Review Board. Human Resources--Health Care Financing & Policy, Division of Watch 5/28/2005 Pursuant to Joint Standing Rule No. 14.3.4, no further action is allowed on this bill. Pharmacy
207 AB63   Repeals the UPPL to allow insurers to refuse to pay costs for those injured while under the influence. Assemblywoman Leslie Oppose 6/17/2005 Assembly final passage 37 yea, 1 nay with 4 excused. Senate final passage 20 yea, 1 nay. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 475, on 6/17/05. Effective July 1, 2006. Insurance
209 AB324   Makes various changes concerning tort actions. Assemblywoman Angle Monitor 4/15/2005 Pursuant to Joint Standing Rule No. 14.3.1, no further action is allowed on this bill. Torts
231   SB116 Makes various changes to provisions governing the powers and duties of the Labor Commissioner. B & I-Labor Commission Monitor 5/10/2005 Senate final passage 20 yea, 0 nay with 1 excused. Assembly final passage 42 yea, 0 nay. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 73, on 5/10/05. Effective May 10, 2005. Government and Public Affairs 
232 AB338   Makes various changes relating to the regulation of insurers. B & I-Insurance Monitor 6/17/2005 Assembly final passage 42 yea, 0 nay. Senate final passage 14 yea, 6 nay with 1 not voting. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 456, on 6/17/05. Effective June 17, 2005 or October 1, 2005 depending on section. Insurance
235 ABAJR7   Proposes to amend the Nevada Constitution to repeal the limitations on terms of elected officers. Requested by Legislator Monitor 4/27/2005 Pursuant to Joint Standing Rule No. 14.3.2, no further action allowed. Government and Public Affairs 
246   SB126 Creates a Workers' Compensation Ombudsman Program. Senator Schneider Support 6/3/2005 Senate final passage 21 yea, 0 nay. Assembly final passage 41 yea, 0 nay with 1 excused. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 314, on 6/8/05. Effective July 1, 2005. Workers Compensation
249 AB364   Makes various changes relating to industrial insurance. Nevada's Industrial Insurance Program (SB 292) Monitor 6/13/2005 Assembly final passage 42 yea, 0 nay. Senate final passage 21 yea, 0 nay. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 386, on 6/13/05. Effective October 1, 2005. Workers Compensation
251 AB186   Provides for interim study of increases for permanently and totally disabled workers and for lump sum payment to those workers. Nevada's Industrial Insurance Program (SB 292) Monitor 6/10/2005 Assembly final passage 40 yea, 2 nay. Senate final passage 21 yea, 0 nay. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 350, on 6/10/05. Effective July 1, 2005. Workers Compensation
254   SB66 Authorizes receipt of vocational rehabilitation services within 50 miles of residence of injured worker. Senator Hardy Monitor 5/10/2005 Senate final passage 21 yea, 0 nay. Assembly final passage 42 yea, 0 nay. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 76, on 5/10/05. Effective October 1, 2005. Workers Compensation
258   SB394 Makes various changes to provisions governing taxation. Nevada Assessors' Association Watch 6/17/2005 Senate final passage 19 yea, 0 nay with 1 excused and 1 not voting. Assembly final passage 40 yea, 1 nay with 1 excused. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 496, on 6/17/05. Effective June 17, 2005 or July 1, 2005 depending on section. Taxation
270 AB221   Revises provisions relating to sale and disposition of intoxicating liquor. Assemblymen Oceaguera, Menendo, Leslie, Parks Monitor 6/5/2005 Assembly final passage 41 yea, 0 nay with 1 excused. Senate final passage 17 yea, 4 nay. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 352, on 6/10/05. Effective June 10, 2005. Business
275 AB392   Clarifies the Nevada Tax Code. Assemblyman Hettrick Watch 5/24/2005 Assembly final passage 42 yea, 0 nay. Senate final passage 21yea, 0 nay. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 142, on 5/24/05. Effective October 1, 2005. Taxation
284   SB80 Requires consumer credit reporting agencies to permit consumers to place security alert in their credit report. Assemblyman Beers Neutral as amended 6/13/2005 Senate final passage 19 yea, 1 nay with 1 not voting. Assembly final passage 41 yea, 0 nay with 1 excused. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 391, on 6/13/05. Effective October 1, 2005. Business
297   SB222 Revises statutory provisions concerning petitions for initiative and referendum. Senator Cegavske-- By Request Monitor 4/15/2005 Pursuant to Joint Standing Rule No. 14.3.1, no further action is allowed on this bill. Government and Public Affairs 
298   SBSJR8 Proposes to amend the provisions of the Nevada Constitution concerning referenda. Senator Cegavske Monitor 4/27/2005 Pursuant to Joint Standing Rule No. 14.3.2, no further action allowed on this bill. Government and Public Affairs 
311   SB386 Makes various changes to the election laws. Senate Committee on Government Affairs Monitor 6/7/2005 Senate final passage 11 yea, 9 nay with 1 excused. Assembly final passage 30 yea, 11 nay with 1 excused. In Senate on 6/3/05. No further action taken on 6/7/05. Government and Public Affairs 
320   SB111 Revises requirements for submission of information by employers to the Employment Security Division regarding claims for unemployment compensation. Employment Security Division Oppose 5/10/2005 Senate final passage 20 yea, 0 nay with 1 excused. Assembly final passage 42 yea, 0 nay. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 72, 5/10/05. Effective July 1, 2005. Business
323 AB502   Makes various changes to provisions governing unemployment compensation. Employment Security Division Neutral as amended 5/19/2005 Assembly final passage 41 yea, 0 nay with 1 excused. Senate final passage 20 yea, 0 nay with 1 excused. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 129, on 5/19/05. Effective July 1, 2005. Business
325 AB530   Makes various changes to state ethics laws. Clark County Monitor 6/7/2005 Assembly final passage 40 yea, 2 nay. Referred to Senate Committee on Finance on 5/19/05. No further action taken on 6/7/05. Government and Public Affairs 
335 AB128   Revises the provisions governing the disclosure of information regarding property taxes. Assemblywoman Weber Watch 6/4/2005 Assembly final passage 42 yea, 0 nay. Senate final passage 21 yea, 0 nay. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 388, on 6/13/05. Effective October 1, 2005. Taxation
337 AB492   Makes changes relating to economic development. Assembly Committee on Commerce and Labor Monitor 5/21/2005 Pursuant to Joint Standing Rule No. 14.3.3, no further action is allowed on this bill. Business
346 AB307   Revises provisions governing refund of registration fees on motor vehicles for residents of Nevada. Assemblywoman McClain Watch 6/15/2005 Assembly final passage 42 yea, 0 nay. Senate final passage 19 yea, 1 nay with 1 absent. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 447, on 6/15/05. Effective July 1, 2005. Transpotation
352 AB319   Provides for reemployment rights and other benefits for military servicepersons. Assemblywoman Weber--By Request Monitor 4/25/2005 Declared exempt. To Concurrent Committee on Ways and Means on 4/25/05. Business
357   SB201 Revises provisions of Articles 1 and 7 of the Uniform Commercial Code. Senator Care Oppose 6/2/2005 Senate final passage 20 yea, 0 nay with 1 excused. Assembly final passage 42 yea, 0 nay. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 233, on 6/2/05. Effective October 1, 2005. Business
385   SB8 Increases the maximum fine for a person who willfully resists or impedes the Commission and creates an education/outreach fund. Equal Rights Commission, Nevada-Employment, Training and Rehabilitation Monitor 4/15/2005 Pursuant to Joint Standing Rule No. 14.3.1, no further action is allowed on this bill. Government and Public Affairs 
387   SB393 Allows for an additional collection allowance for certain types of taxpayers. Taxation, Department of Support 6/7/2005 Referred to Senate Committee on Finance. No further action taken on 6/7/05. Taxation
389 AB503   Allows the Department equal opportunity under the statute of limitations to determine the appropriate amount of taxes owed in certain circumstances.   Taxation, Department of Watch 5/18/2005 Assembly final passage 42 yea, 0 nay. Senate final passage 21 yea, 0 nay. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 104, on 5/18/05. Effective May 19, 2005 or July 1, 2005 or January 1, 2006 depending on section. Taxation
390 AB68   Authorizes the Department of Taxation to require the payment of outstanding liabilities and delinquencies before issuing a new license or permit or reactivating an old license or permit. Taxation, Department of Watch 5/18/2005 Assembly final passage 41 yea, 0 nay with 1 excused. Senate final passage 21 yea, 0 nay. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 102, on 5/18/05. Effective October 1, 2005. Taxation
392 AB67   Allows for the revocation or suspension of a state business license for failure to comply with statutes or regulations.   Taxation, Department of Watch 5/18/2005 Assembly final passage 41 yea, 0 nay with 1 excused. Senate final passage 21 yea, 0 nay. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 101, on 5/18/05. Effective July 1, 2005. Taxation
401   SB396 Revises provisions concerning solid waste and recycling programs and grants. Environmental Protection, Division of Conservation and Natural Resources Monitor 6/13/2005 Senate final passage 20 yea, 0 nay with 1 excused. Assembly final passage 30 yea, 11 nay with 1 excused. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 387, on 6/13/05. Effective October 1, 2005. Environment
406 AB189   Revises provisions relating to Nevada Equal Rights Commission. Assembly Committee on Government Affairs Watch 6/7/2005 Assembly final passage 41 yea, 0 nay with 1 excused. Senate final passage 21 yea, 0 nay. First Conference report adopted by Assembly on 6/6/05. No further action taken on 6/7/05. Government and Public Affairs
408   SB138 Makes various changes in the collection of taxes.   Taxation, Department of Monitor 5/31/2005 Senate final passage 21 yea, 0 nay. Assembly final passage 42 yea, 0 nay. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 176, on 5/31/05. Effective July 1, 2005. Taxation
413 AB418   Authorizes Clark County Board of County Commissioners to increase sales taxes to employ and equip additional police officers.   Clark County Monitor 6/3/2005 Assembly final passage 35 yea, 7 nay. Senate final passage 16 yea, 5 nay. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 249, on 6/3/05. Effective June 3, 2005 or October 1, 2005 depending on purposes. Taxation
422 ABAJR16   Proposes to amend Nevada Constitution to provide requirements for enactment of property and sales tax exemptions.   Legislative Committee for Local Government Taxes and Finance (NRS 218.53881) Monitor 5/16/2005 Assembly final passage 42 yea, 0 nay. Senate final passage 21 yea, 0 nay. Enrolled and delivered to the Secretary of State, Fine No. 66, on 5/16/05. Return to 2007 Session. Taxation
470 AB543   Provides for specified information to be confidential to assist legislative committees and studies in obtaining information. Assembly Committee on Elections, Procedures, Ethics, and Constitutional Amendments Oppose 4/16/2005 Exempt per Joint Standing Rule No. 14.6.4(a). Government and Public Affairs
486 AB447   Provides a tax rebate to residents from surplus revenue in State General Fund.   Assemblywoman Angle Monitor 6/7/2005 Referred to Assembly Committee on Ways and Means. No further action taken on 6/7/05. Taxation
487 AB264   Requires notification to consumers if radio frequency identification technology tracking device is imbedded in a product.   Assemblywoman Angle Oppose 4/15/2005 Withdrawn from consideration RFID
488 AB448   Repeals the basic governmental services tax.   Assemblywoman Angle Monitor 6/7/2005 Referred to Assembly Committee on Ways and Means. No further action taken on 6/7/05. Taxation
489 AB65   Prohibits importation of waste electronic products containing cathode ray tubes from other states.   Assemblywoman Pierce Oppose 6/7/2005 Assembly final passage 42 yea, 0 nay. Referred to Senate Committee on Natural Resources on 4/26/05. No further action taken on 6/7/05. Environment/Product Stewardship
496   SB181 Repeals the tax provisions of Senate Bill No. 8 of the 20th Special Session.   Assemblyman Beers Monitor 6/14/2005 Senate final passage 16 yea, 3 nay with 1 excused and 1 not voting. Assembly final passage 25 yea, 16 nay with 1 excused. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 416, on 6/14/05. Effective July 1, 2005. Taxation
501 AB400   Enacts provisions governing short term and long term financial planning for the State.   Assemblyman Sherer Support 6/7/2005 Referred to Assembly Committee on Ways and Means. No further action taken on 6/7/05. Government and Public Affairs 
503 AB137   Requires insurance companies to provide notice to claimants of payments of settlements in certain circumstances.   Assemblyman Anderson Monitor 6/6/2005 Assembly final passage 40 yea, 0 nay with 2 excused. Senate final passage 21 yea, 0 nay. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 281, on 6/6/05. Effective October 1, 2005. Insurance
551 AB302   Creates presidential preference primary election. Assemblyman McCleary Watch 4/16/2005 Pursuant to Joint Standing Rule No. 14.3.1, no further action allowed on this bill. Government and Public Affairs
558 AB19   Prohibits expiration dates and fees on certain gift certificates and gift cards.   Assemblyman Parks Support as amended 6/10/2005 Assembly final passage 41 yea, 0 nay with 1 excused. Senate final passage 21 yea, 0 nay. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 336, on 6/10/05. Effective October 1, 2005. Business/ Gift Cards
559 AB2   Prohibits expiration dates on gift certificates and gift cards issued by a retailer.   Assemblyman Hardy Oppose 4/15/2005 Pursuant to Joint Standing Rule No. 14.3.1, no further action is allowed on this bill. Business/ Gift Cards
562 AB66   Makes various changes concerning disclosures required for certain prescription drugs.   Assemblyman Conklin Oppose 5/28/2005 Pursuant to Joint Standing Rule No. 14.3.4, no further action is allowed on this bill. Pharmacy
564 AB166   Revises provisions governing settlement agreements. Assemblyman Hardy Monitor 5/9/2005 Assembly final passage 41 yea, 0 nay with 1 excused. Senate final passage 20 yea, 0 nay with 1 excused. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 58, on 5/9/05. Effective October 1, 2005. Torts/Sunshine Litigation
571   SB435 Revises provisions that protect against identity theft.   Attorney General Monitor 4/15/2005 Pursuant to Joint Standing Rule No. 14.3.1, no further action is allowed on this bill. Business
576   SB453 Revises various provisions concerning filings in Office of the Secretary of State. Senate Committee on Judiciary Monitor 6/17/2005 Senate final passage 20 yae, 0 nay with 1 excused. Assembly final passage 42 yea, 0 nay. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 468, on 6/17/05. Effective October 1, 2005. Government and Public Affairs
578   SB463 Authorizes the issuance of Unclaimed Property Revenue Securities and Tobacco Revenue Securities.   State Treasurer Watch 6/7/2005 Senate final passage 21 yea, 0 nay. Referred to Assembly Committee on Ways and Means on 5/30/05. No further action taken on 6/7/05. Tobacco
581   SB270 Revises the provisions governing the disposition of unclaimed property by the State. State Treasurer Watch 5/19/2005 Senate final passage 21 yea, 0 nay. Assembly final passage 40 yea, 0 nay with 2 excused. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 127, on 5/19/05. Effective July 1, 2005. Government and Public Affairs 
588   SB407 Authorizes counties to establish certain civil and criminal penalties for the violation of ordinances regulating businesses. Nevada Association of Counties Monitor 4/15/2005 Pursuant to Joint Standing Rule No. 14.3.1, no further action is allowed on this bill. Business
601   SB115 Provides exemption from the Open Meeting Law for meetings of public bodies upon determination that disclosure of the matter would compromise public safety. Las Vegas, City of Watch 5/27/2005 Senate final passage 13 yea, 7 nay with 1 excused. Assembly final passage 17 yea, 24 nay with 1 excused. Lost on 5/27/05. Government and Public Affairs 
623   SB142 Adds a member to the Board of Pharmacy who is a representative of wholesalers and distributors of pharmaceuticals.   Requested by Legislator Monitor 4/15/2005 Pursuant to Joint Standing Rule No. 14.3.1, no further action is allowed on this bill. Pharmacy
626   SBSCR12 Directs Legislative Commission to conduct interim study of feasibility of including persons employed as police officers by Indian tribe in PERS and granting them powers of peace officer. Senator Washington Watch 6/7/2005 Referred to Senate Committee on Legislative Operations and Elections. No further action taken on 6/7/05. Government and Public Affairs
627   SB157 Requires the Governor's Office of Consumer Health Assistance to establish an Internet website to provide information to the public that is provided voluntarily by pharmacies operating in Nevada including, without limitation, comparative prices of and loca Senator Wiener Monitor 4/15/2005 Pursuant to Joint Standing Rule No. 14.3.1, no further action is allowed on this bill. Pharmacy
637   SB15 Authorizes Nevada Tax Commission to compromise amounts owed by taxpayers under certain circumstances. Taxation, Department of Monitor 5/31/2005 Senate final passage 21 yea, 0 nay. Assembly final passage 42 yea, 0 nay. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 166, on 5/31/05. Effective May 31, 2005. Taxation
647   SB17 Revises provisions governing review of administrative regulations by Legislative Commission. Senator Wiener Support 6/17/2005 Senate final passage 21 yea, 0 nay. Assembly final passage 41 yea, 0 nay with 1 excused. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 498, on 6/17/05. Effective June 17, 2005. Government and Public Affairs 
658   SB295 Revises requirements for the advertisement of motor vehicle fuel products. Measurement Standards, Division of-Agriculture Monitor 5/31/2005 Senate final passage 19 yea, 0 nay with 1 excused and 1 not voting. Assembly final passage 41 yea, 0 nay with 1 not voting. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 201, on 5/31/05. Effective October 1, 2005. Transpotation
668 AB36   Requires State Plan for Medicaid to include eligibility of certain former foster youth for Medicaid. Legislative Committee on Children, Youth and Families (NRS 218.53723) Monitor 6/7/2005 Assembly final passage 40 yea, 0 nay with 2 excused. Withdrawn from Senate Committee on Human Resources and Education and Rereferred to Committee on Finance on 5/31/05. No further action taken on 6/7/05. Medicaid
676 AB268   Strengthens the legislative audit process in cases of agency noncompliance with laws.   Assemblywoman Angle Monitor 4/16/2005 Declared exempt per Joint Standing Rule No. 14.6.4(a)on 4/16/05. Government and Public Affairs 
679   SB127 Creates exemption from business license fee for certain small businesses. Senate Minority Leader Support 6/7/2005 Referred to Senate Committee on Finance. No further action taken on 6/7/05. Business
680   SB247 Revises provisions governing tax on live entertainment. Senate Minority Leader Watch 6/7/2005 Senate final passage 20 yea, 0 nay with 1 excused. Referred to Assembly Committee on Ways and Means on 5/17/05. No further action taken on 6/7/05. Taxation
682   SB20 Makes various changes to the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors' Authority. Senator Hardy Watch 6/17/2005 Senate final passage 20 yea, 1 nay. Assembly final passage 32 yea, 9 nay with 1 excused. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 499, on 6/17/05. Effective June 17, 2005 or July 1, 2005 depending on section. Government and Public Affairs 
683   SB392 Makes various changes to state financial administration. Legislative Committee on Taxation, Public Revenue and Tax Policy (NRS 218.53741) Monitor 6/7/2005 Senate final passage 21 yea, 0 nay. Assembly final passage 41 yea, 0 nay with1 not voting. In Senate on 6/6/05. No further action will be taken on 6/7/05. Taxation
692   SB298 Requires Department of Human Resources to enter into agreement with Federal Government for Federal Government to determine eligibility for Medicaid. Legislative Committee on Persons with Disabilities (NRS 218.53791) Watch 6/7/2005 Referred to Senate Committee on Finance. No further action taken on 6/7/05. Medicaid
698   SB224 Revises provisions governing the disclosure of the names of persons who qualify or promote initiative petitions and restricts initiatives and referenda to one subject. Requested by Legislator Support 6/17/2005 Senate final passage 20 yea, 0 nay with 1 excused. Assembly final passage 37 yea, 4 nay with 1 excused. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 504, on 6/17/05. Effective October 1, 2005. Government and Public Affairs 
708   SBSJR3 Revises provisions of Nevada Constitution relating to geographic distribution requirements for initiative petitions. Senator Rhoads Monitor 4/15/2005 Pursuant to Joint Standing Rule No. 14.3.1, no further action is allowed on this bill. Government and Public Affairs 
711 AB185   Revises provisions governing initiative petitions.  Requested by Legislator Monitor 6/15/2005 Assembly final passage 42 yea, 0 nay. Senate final passage 21 yea, 0 nay. In Assembly on 5/30/05. No further action taken on 6/15/05. Government and Public Affairs 
716   SB391 Revenue and Tax Policy (NRS 218.53741) Revises the tax imposed on financial institutions. Legislative Committee on Taxation, Public Revenue and Tax Policy (NRS 218.53741) Watch 6/14/2005 Senate final passage 13 yea, 8 nay. Assembly final passage 42 yea, 0 nay. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 422, on 6/14/05. Effective July 1, 2005. Taxation
730 AB385   Revises provisions governing building and zoning and creates incentives and standards for green buildings. Assemblywoman Giunchigliani Support as amended 6/7/2005 Assembly final passage 42 yea, 0 nay. Senate final passage 21 yea, 0 nay. In Assembly on 6/5/05. No furthe action taken on 6/7/05. Business
736 AB493   Establishes program for extending health care coverage to certain persons using a Health Insurance Flexibility and Accountability initiative waiver.   Assembly Committee on Health and Human Services Watch 6/14/2005 Assembly final passage 41 yea, 0 nay with 1 excused. Senate final passage 17 yea, 4 nay. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 412, on 6/14/05. Effective July 1, 2005. Healthcare
748   SB313 Provides protection for certain persons who manufacture or sell food from frivolous lawsuits arising from weight gain or obesity.   Requested by Legislator Support 5/21/2005 Pursuant to Joint Standing Rule No. 14.3.3, no further action is allowed on this bill. Obesity
761 AB44   Strengthens and unifies laws governing compensation of overtime for employees. Assembly Committee on Government Affairs Neutral as amended 6/17/2005 Assembly final passage 42 yea, 0 nay, Senate final passage 12 yea, 9 nay. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 488, on 6/17/05. Effective July 1, 2005. Overtime
763   SB44 Revises provisions regulating organizations for buying goods or services at discount. Senate Committee on Commerce and Labor Monitor 6/13/2005 Senate final passage 20 yea, 0 nay with 1 not voting. Assembly final passage 41 yea, 0 nay with 1 excused. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 365, on 6/13/05. Effective October 1, 2005. Business
772 AB415   Requires disclosure of name of legislator who requested the preparation of a legislative measure on the published list of bill draft requests.   Assemblywoman Chowning Watch 6/6/2005 Assembly final passage 42 yea, 0 nay. Senate final passage 21 yea, 0 nay. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 256, on 6/6/05. Effective October 1, 2005. Government and Public Affairs 
780 AB396   Provides sanctions for filing frivolous lawsuit.   Assemblyman Holcomb Monitor 4/15/2005 Pursuant to Joint Standing Rule No. 14.3.1, no further action is allowed on this bill. Torts
783   SB231 Revises provisions governing the authority of certain physicians to possess, prescribe, administer and dispense controlled substances, dangerous drugs and other drugs.   Senator Schneider 4/15/2005 Pursuant to Joint Standing Rule No. 14.3.1, no further action is allowed on this bill. Pharmacy
794   SB260 Revises provisions relating to the prescription drug benefit under the Medicaid program. Senator Cegavske Monitor 5/21/2005 Pursuant to Joint Standing Rule No. 14.3.3, no further action is allowed on this bill. Medicaid
795   SBSJR11 Proposes to amend the Nevada Constitution to provide that certain orders from courts which command or compel the state or its political subdivisions to levy or increase taxes are not binding unless approved by the Legislature. Requested by Legislator Support 4/15/2005 Pursuant to Joint Standing Rule No. 14.3.1, no further action is allowed on this bill. Taxation
807 AB118   Prohibits smoking in child care facilities and video arcades. Asemblywoman McClain Monitor 5/24/2005 Assembly final passage 40 yea, 0 nay with 1 excused. Senate final passage 21 yea, 0 nay. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 135, on 5/24/05. Effective October 1, 2005. Tobacco
815   SB389 Creates chapter relating to tax increment areas. Senate Committee on Taxation Monitor 6/14/2005 Senate final passage 19 yea, 0 nay with 2 excused. Assembly final passage 41 yea, 1 nay. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 420, on 6/14/05. Effective July 1, 2005. Taxation
820 AB299   Authorizes exchange of land with Reno-Sparks Indian Colony and construction of new restitution center for Department of Corrections. Assemblyman Marvel Support 6/10/2005 Assembly final passage 42 yea, 0 nay. Senate final passage 21 yea, 0 nay. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 358, on 6/10/05. Effective July 1, 2005. Government and Public Affairs
821   SB388 Revises provisions governing the tax on businesses. Senate Committee on Taxation Monitor 6/7/2005 Referred to Senate Committee on Finance. No further action taken on 6/7/05. Taxation
845   SB339 Revises the average hourly wage requirements for the economic development property tax abatement program for certain smaller counties. Senator Amodei Watch 6/13/2005 Senate final passage 20 yea, 0 nay with 1 excused. Assembly final passage 41 yea, 0 nay with 1 excused. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 389, on 6/13/05. Effective July 1, 2005. Business
853   SB170 Authorizes certain counties after receiving approval of the voters of the county to impose 1/4 cent sales tax for programs related to libraries, parks, recreation and senior citizens. Senator McGinness Monitor 6/13/2005 Senate final passage 20 yea, 0 nay with 1 excused. Assembly final passage 39 yea, 2 nay with 1 excused. Approved by Governor, Chapter 371, on 6/13/05. Effective October 1, 2005 or January 1, 2006 depending on section. Taxation
856 AB361   Creates program to promote operational efficiencies within state agencies and to identify and implement cost-saving measures to eliminate agency waste. Assemblyman Holcomb Support 6/7/2005 Referred to Assembly Committee on Ways and Means. No further action taken on 6/7/05. Government and Public Affairs 
859   SB54 Revises the provisions governing the refund of registration fees on motor vehicles. Senator Tiffany Monitor 6/7/2005 Referred to Senate Committee on Transportation and Homeland Security. No further action taken on 6/7/05. Taxation
874 AB334   Enacts provisions to protect the privacy of a person's social security number and other personal and financial information. Assemblywoman Buckley Watch 6/17/2005 Assembly final passage 42 yea, 0 nay. Senate final passage 21 yea, 0 nay. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 486, on 6/17/05. Effective January 1, 2007. Business
875 AB195   Enacts provisions to assist consumers in purchasing prescription drugs from Canada and requires the State to purchase certain prescription drugs from Canada for use in state programs. Assemblywoman Buckley Oppose 6/7/2005 Assembly final passage 29 yea, 12 nay with 1 excused. Senate final passage 21 yea, 0 nay. First Conference report adopted by Assembly on 6/4/05. No further action taken on 6/7/05. Pharmacy
891   SB226 Revises provisions governing the issuance or suspension of certain licenses or certificates for the failure to pay child support. Requested by Legislator Monitor 6/10/2005 Senate final passage 19 yea, 0 nay with 1 excused and 1 not voting. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 344, on 6/10/05. Effective July 1, 2005. Business
902 AB330   Provides limitation on state expenditures. Assemblywoman Allen Support 4/15/2005 Pursuant to Joint Standing Rule No. 14.3.1, no further action is allowed on this bill. Government and Public Affairs 
910   SB229 Creates certain tax incentives for economic development. Senators Horsford and Arberry Jr. Support 5/31/2005 Senate final passage 20 yea, 0 nay with 1 excused. Assembly final passage 42 yea, 0 nay. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 198, on 5/31/05. Effective October 1, 2005. Business
912   SB162 Prohibits public officer or employee from using governmental time, property, equipment or other facility for activities relating to political campaigns and preparation of certain reports. Senators Horsfor, Titus, Carlton, Care, Wiener, Beers, Cegavske, Hardy, Heck, Lee, Mathews, McGinness, Nolan, Rhoads, Schneider, and Tiffany Monitor 4/15/2005 Pursuant to Joint Standing Rule No. 14.3.1, no further action is allowed on this bill. Government and Public Affairs
926 AB317   Revises provisions relating to the live entertainment tax. Assemblywoman Leslie Watch 4/15/2005 Pursuant to Joint Standing Rule No. 14.3.1, no further action is allowed on this bill. Taxation
936 AB515   Requires certain employers to grant leave to parents and guardians to participate in certain school conferences and activities. Assembly Committee on Education Monitor 4/15/2005 Pursuant to Joint Standing Rule No. 14.3.1, no further action is allowed on this bill. Business
940   SB304 Provides for issuance of identification cards to assist victims of identity theft. Senator Beers Monitor 6/8/2005 Senate final passage 20 yea, 0 nay with 1 excused. Assembly final passage 40 yea, 0 nay with 2 excused. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 321, on 6/8/05. Effective June 8, 2005 or July 1, 2005 or January 1, 2006 depending on section. Business
943   SBSJR5 Proposes to amend Nevada Constitution to impose certain limitations on amount that Legislature or governing body of governmental entity may appropriate and authorize for expenditure. Senator Beers Support 4/15/2005 Pursuant to Joint Standing Rule No. 14.3.1, no further action is allowed on this bill. Government and Public Affairs 
944   SBSJR6 Proposes to amend Nevada Constitution to provide for limitations on appropriations and authorizations for expenditure and generating, creating or increasing public revenue. Senator Beers Support 4/15/2005 Pursuant to Joint Standing Rule No. 14.3.1, no further action is allowed on this bill. Government and Public Affairs 
947 ABAJR3   Proposes to amend Nevada Constitution to consolidate the Offices of State Treasurer and State Controller. Assemblyman Seale Monitor 6/7/2005 Assembly final passage 40 yea, 2 nay. Referred to Senate Committee on Legislative Operations and Elections on 5/6/05. No further action taken on 6/7/05. Government and Public Affairs 
953 AB380   Makes various changes to provisions governing health districts in larger counties. Assemblyman Parks Monitor 6/17/2005 Assembly final passage 39 yea, 2 nay with 1 not voting. Senate final passage 21 yea, 0 nay. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 483, on 6/17/05. Effective July 1, 2005. Healthcare
956 AB69   Authorizes employers to enter into fair share agreements with labor organizations. Assemblywoman Koivisto Neutral as amended 5/21/2005 Pursuant to Joint Standing Rule No. 14.3.3, no further action is allowed on this bill. Business
971   SB252 Makes various changes to provisions governing elections. Senator Cegavske Watch 5/28/2005 Pursuant to Joint Standing Rule No. 14.3.4, no further action is allowed on this bill. Government and Public Affairs 
973 AB505   Makes various changes regarding transportation. Assembly Committee on Transportation Monitor 6/17/2005 Assembly final passage 42 yea, 0 nay. Senate final passage 14 yea, 7 nay. Vetoed by the Governor on 6/17/05. Business
975   SB225 Revises provisions governing industrial insurance. Senator Carlton Oppose 6/2/2005 Senate final passage 20 yea, 0 nay with 1 excused. Assembly final passage 34 yea, 8 nay. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 228, on 6/2/05. Effective July 1, 2005. Business
981 AB347   Proposes to exempt from sales and use tax sale of farm machinery and equipment and provides such exemption from certain analogous taxes. Assemblyman Goicoechea Joint Requester: Assemblyman Grady, Senator McGinness Monitor 6/17/2005 Assembly final passage 41 yea, 1 nay. Referred to Senate Committee on Taxation on 6/4/05. No further action taken on 6/17/05. Taxation
984 AB139   Requires collection and reporting of certain information concerning employers of applicants for Medicaid or Children's Health Insurance Program. Assemblywoman Pierce Monitor 5/21/2005 Pursuant to Joint Standing Rule No. 14.3.3, no further action is allowed on this bill. Medicaid
1003 AB430   Proposes to exempt from sales and use taxes sales of medical goods and equipment. Assemblymen Sibley and Hardy Monitor 6/7/2005 Referred to Assembly Committee on Ways and Means. No further action taken on 6/7/05. Taxation
1010   SB176 Repeals premium tax on annuities. Senator Beers Monitor 6/7/2005 Referred Senate Committee on Finance. No further action taken on 6/7/05. Taxation
1018 AB433   Provides for statewide property tax credit for owners and renters. Assemblymen Hardy, Sibley, Gansert, Goicoechea and Grady Monitor 4/15/2005 Pursuant to Joint Standing Rule No. 14.3.1, no further action is allowed on this bill. Government and Public Affairs
1021   SB121 Revises provisions regarding parties able to be reimbursed following determination of a worker's compensation claim. Senator Heck Monitor 5/10/2005 Senate final passage 21 yea, 0 nay. Assembly final passage 42 yea, 0 nay. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 84, on 5/10/05. Effective October 1, 2005. Workers Compensation
1028 AB464   Revises provisions relating to financial administration of revenue raised by the sale of tobacco products and makes other changes relating to tobacco products. Assembly Committee on Ways & Means Support 6/10/2005 Assembly final passage 41, 0 nay with 1 not voting. Senate final passage 20 yea, 0 nay with 1 not voting. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 330, on 6/10/05. Effective June 10, 2005 or January 1, 2006 or July 1, 2007 depending on section. Tobacco
1031 AB495   Makes various changes relating to the disability prescription drug program. Assembly Committee on Commerce and Labor Watch 6/10/2005 Assembly final passage 42 yea, 0 nay. Senate final passage 21 yea, 0 nay. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 353, on 6/10/05. Effective July 1, 2005. Pharmacy
1069 ABAJR8   Proposes to amend Nevada Constitution to specify number of signatures necessary on petition for initiative or referendum. (Split out from BDR 24-573) Secretary of State Watch 5/25/2005 Assembly final passage 42 yea, 0 nay. Senate final passage 20 yea, 0 nay with 1 excused. Enrolled and delivered to the Secretary of State, File No. 86, on 5/25/05. Return to 2007 Session. Elections
1071 AB135   Makes supplemental appropriation for the Insurance Fraud Control Unit. Administration, Department of Monitor 5/2/2005 Assembly final passage 39 yea, 1 nay with 2 excused. Senate final passage 21 yea, 0 nay. Vetoed by the Governor on 4/7/05. Assembly final passage 0 yea, 42 nay. Veto sustained on 5/2/05. Insurance
1078   SB203 Revises various provisions relating to industrial injuries and occupational diseases of certain police officers and firefighters. Senator Mathews Monitor 6/17/2005 Senate final passage 21 yea, 0 nay. Assembly final passage 42 yea, 0 nay. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 465, on 6/17/05. Effective October 1, 2005. Business
1084 AB425   Establishes policies and incentives for urban design, mixed use development and environmentally friendly construction. Assemblywoman Giumchigliani Monitor 6/14/2005 Assembly final passage 36 yea, 6 nay. Senate final passage 21 yea, 0 nay. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 404, on 6/14/05. Effective October 1, 2005. Construction
1086   SB167 Proposes to the voters to amend the Sales and Use Taxes to allow the Legislature to provide for a sales tax holiday. Senator Carlton Support 6/7/2005 Referred to Senate Committee on Finance. No further action taken on 6/7/05. Taxation
1087   SBSJR2 SJR: Urges President to reverse his position, and alternatively Congress to reject his federal budget proposal to use money derived from sale of federal land in Nevada to lower federal deficit. Senator Titus Monitor 2/22/2005 Senate final passage 21 yea, 0 nay. Assembly final passage 41 yea, 0 nay with 1 not voting. Enrolled and delivered to the Secretary of State, File No. 10, on 2/22/05. Effective February 22, 2005. Government and Public Affairs
1089 AB312   Requires disposal of surplus public land by public auction. Assemblyman Sibley Monitor 6/13/2005 Assembly final passage 39 yea, 2 nay with 1 not voting. Senate final passage 20 yea, 0 nay with 1 not voting. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 381, on 6/13/05. Effective July 1, 2005. Government and Public Affairs
1101 ABAJR1   Urges Congresional opposition to privatizing Social Security. Requested by Legislator Monitor 5/21/2005 Pursuant to Joint Standing Rule No. 14.3.3, no further action is allowed on this bill. Government and Public Affairs
1106   SB356 Revises provisions governing amount of sales and use taxes due on retail sales of vehicles for which used vehicles are taken in trade. Senators Townsend, Carlton, Hardy, Amodei, Nolan, Rhoads, Tiffany and Weiner Monitor 6/7/2005 Senate final passage 19 yea, 0 nay with 1 excused and 1 not voting. Assembly final passage 41 yea, 0 nay with 1 excused. In Senate on 6/4/05. No further action taken on 6/7/05. Taxation
1110 AB87   Establishes statutory minimum wage for employees in this State. Assemblymen Giunchigliani, Perkins, Buckley, Pierce, Arberry Jr. Oppose 6/7/2005 Assembly final passage 33 yea, 8 nay with 1 excused. Senate final passage 17 yea, 4 nay. Failed to be reported out of Conference Committee. No further action taken on 6/7/05. Minimum Wage
1136   SB165 Specifies permissible uses by State Department of Agriculture of certain fees and other money. Senator Rhoads Monitor 6/6/2005 Senate final passage 21 yea, 0 nay. Assembly final passage 42 yea, 0 nay. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 393, on 6/13/05. Effective July 1, 2005. Weights and Measures
1138 AB269   Makes various changes concerning elections. Assemblywomen Angle Support 4/15/2005 Pursuant to Joint Standing Rule No. 14.3.1, no further action is allowed on this bill. Government and Public Affairs
1145 AB313   Enacts provisions relating to the use of money in the Fund to Stabilize the Operation of State Government for disaster relief. Assemblyman Anderson Monitor 6/7/2005 Assembly final passage 42 yea, 0 nay. Referred to Senate Committee on Finance on 5/25/05. No further action taken on 6/7/05. Government and Public Affairs
1157   SB357 Revises provisions governing the prevention and treatment of problem gambling. Requested by Legislator Monitor 6/13/2005 Senate final passage 20 yea, 1 nay. Assembly final passage 42 yea, 0 nay. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 394, on 6/13/05. Effective July 1, 2005. Gaming
1166 AB196   Imposes various requirements for acquiring control of a thrift company. Assemblyman Conklin Oppose 4/15/2005 Pursuant to Joint Standing Rule No. 14.3.1, no further action is allowed on this bill. Business
1177   SB349 Revises provisions governing the activities of lobbyists. Requested by Legislator Monitor 6/7/2005 Referred to Senate Committee on Legislative Operations and Elections. No further action taken on 6/7/05. Government and Public Affairs
1183   SB259 Revises the provisions governing property taxes to limit the amount of annual increases and provide for a deferral of increased taxes when economic hardship occurs. Senator Coffin Monitor 4/15/2005 Pursuant to Joint Standing Rule No. 14.3.1, no further action is allowed on this bill. Taxation
1184 ABAJR11   Expands the senior property tax rebate program. Assemblyman Perkins Watch 5/28/2005 Pursuant to Joint Standing Rule No. 14.3.4, no further action is allowed on this bill. Taxation
1185   SB351 Makes various changes related to the regulation of the gaming industry. Requested by Legislator 4/15/2005 Pursuant to Joint Standing Rule No. 14.3.1, no further action is allowed on this bill. Gaming
1198 AB321   Provides for a Nevada Report to Taxpayers of the status of state finances. Speaker of the Assembly Support 6/7/2005 Assembly final passage 41 yea, 0 nay with 1 excused. Referred to Senate Committee on Finance on 5/30/05. No further action taken on 6/7/05. Government and Public Affairs
1201 AB320   Provides for sales tax holidays. Speaker of the Assembly Support 5/21/2005 Pursuant to Joint Standing Rule No. 14.3.3, no further action is allowed on this bill. Taxation
1202 AB96   Makes one-time appropriation to restore and increase fund balances in the Emergency Account to $500,000, the Stale Claims Account to $3,500,000 and the Statutory Contingency Fund to $3,000,000. Department of Adminstration Watch 4/6/2005 Assembly final passage 40 yea, 0 nay with 2 excused. Senate final passage 21 yea, 0 nay. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 15, on 4/6/05. Effective April 6, 2005. Government and Public Affairs
1204   SB519 Provides for one-time issuance of check to ceratin persons and entities who registered one or more motor vehicles in Nevada during calendar year 2004. Senate Committee on Finance Monitor 6/7/2005 Senate final passage 21 yea, 0 nay. Referred to Assembly Committee on Ways and Means on 6/3/05. Nor further action taken on 6/7/05. Government and Public Affairs
1205   SB95 Provides for appropriation to the Rainy Day Fund. Department of Adminstration Watch 6/17/2005 Senate final passage 21 yea, 0 nay. Assembly final passage 42 yea, 0 nay. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 452, on 6/17/05. Effective June 17, 2005 or July 1, 2005 or July 1, 2006 depending on section. Government and Public Affairs
1250   SB262 Authorizes raising, relocation or compensation for loss of outdoor advertising structures as result of certain governmental actions. Senators Raggio and Washington (by request) Monitor 6/6/2005 Senate final passage 20 yea, 0 nay with 1 excused. Assembly final passage 40 yea, 1 nay with 1 excused. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 278, on 6/6/05. Effective June 6, 2005. Government and Public Affairs
1266 AB276   Revises provisions relating to pharmacies. Assemblywoman Smith Support 5/9/2005 Assembly final passage 39 yea, 0 nay with 3 excused. Senate final passage 20 yea, 0 nay with 1 excused. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 65, on 5/9/05. Effective May 9, 2005. Pharmacy
1286   SB306 Authorizes pledge of certain sales and use tax proceeds and state funding for certain projects for promotion of economic development and tourism. Senator Washington Monitor 6/17/2005 Senate final passage 19 yea, 1 nay with 1 not voting. Assembly final passage 41 yea, 1 nay. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 477, on 6/17/05. Effective July 1, 2005. Government and Pubilc Affairs
1294   SB488 Makes various changes concerning adoption of certain rules and regulations affecting business. Senate Committee on Legislative Operations and Elections Support 6/13/2005 Senate final passage 20 yea, 0 nay with 1 excused. Assembly final passage 41 yea, 1 nay. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 383, on 6/13/05. Effective July 1, 2005. Business
1300 AB484   Enacts Nevada State Employee Workplace Relations Act. Assembly Committee on Government Affairs Oppose 5/21/2005 Pursuant to Joint Standing Rule No. 14.3.3, no further action is allowed on this bill. Government and Public Affairs
1305   SBSJR7 Proposes to amend Nevada Constitution to provide for a lower rate of property tax for single-family residence occupied by owner. Senator Titus Monitor 4/15/2005 Pursuant to Joint Standing Rule No. 14.3.1, no further action is allowed on this bill. Taxation
1314 AB553   Requires licensing of suppliers and rectifiers of intoxicating liquor and wine. Assembly Committee on Commerce and Labor Monitor 5/28/2005 Pursuant to Joint Standing Rule No. 14.3.4, no further action is allowed on this bill. Business
1315   SB437 Enacts provisions relating to use of compromise agreements and payment of lump-sum awards in resolving claims for industrial injuries and occupational diseases. Senate Commerce and Labor Monitor 4/15/2005 Pursuant to Joint Standing Rule No. 14.3.1, no further action is allowed on this bill. Business
1343   SB412 Requires counties and cities to adopt ordinances prohibiting overnight parking in certain parking facilities. Senate Committee on Government Affairs Monitor 4/15/2005 Pursuant to Joint Standing Rule No. 14.3.1, no further action is allowed on this bill. Government and Public Affairs
1344 AB554   Makes various changes to provisions governing taxation. Assembly Committee on Commerce and Labor Monitor 6/17/2005 Assembly final passage 42 yea, 0 nay. Senate final passage 21 yea, 0 nay. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 484, on 6/17/05. Effective June 17, 2005 or July 1, 2005 depending on section. Taxation
1347   SB278 Revises provisions relating to occupational safety and health. Senate Committee on Commerce and Labor Monitor 5/12/2005 Senate final passage 21 yea, 0 nay. Assembly final passage 42 yea, 0 nay. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 92, on 5/12/05. Effective October 1, 2005. Business
1383 AB489   Provides for partial abatement of ad valorem taxes imposed on property. Assembly Committee on Growth and Infrastructure Monitor 4/6/2005 Assembly final passage 41 yea, 1 nay. Senate final passage 21 yea, 0 nay. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 20, on 4/6/05. Effective April 6, 2005. Taxation
1399 ABAJR5   Proposes to amend Nevada Constitution to revise provisions governing petition for initiative or referendum. Assemblymen Giunchigliani and Conklin Monitor 6/7/2005 Assembly final passage 31 yea, 11 nay. Senate final passage 21 yea, 0 nay. First Conference report adopted by Assembly on 6/7/05. No further action taken on 6/7/05. Government and Public Affairs
1408   SB457 Revises provisions governing storage and transfer of liquor between certain retail liquor stores. Senate Committee on Judiciary Support 6/17/2005 Senate final passage 20 yea, 0 nay with 1 excused. Assembly final passage 41 yea, 0 nay with 1 excused. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 497, on 6/17/05. Effective June 17, 2005. Business
1476 AB568   Authorizes discussions of workplace relations for certain state employees. Assemblyman Hettrick Monitor 6/7/2005 Assembly final passage 42 yea, 0 nay. Referred to Senate Committee on Legislative Operations and Elections on 6/3/05. No further action taken on 6/7/05.
1478   SB523 Temporarily reduces rate of tax on certain businesses. Senate Committee on Finance Support 6/15/2005 Senate final passage yea 17, nay 4. Assembly final passage 42 yea, 0 nay. Approved by the Governor, Chapter 451, on 6/15/05. Effective July 1, 2005. Business
1493 AB578   Makes technical corrections to certain legislative measures. Assembly Committee on Judiciary Monitor 6/7/2005 Assembly final passage 42 yea, 0 nay. Referred to Senate Committee on Judiciary on 6/6/05. No further action taken on 6/7/05. Government and Public Affairs
 
Provides for enactment of Nevada Clean Indoor Air Act: Protecting children and families from secondhand smoke in most public places, excluding stand-along bars and gaming areas of casinos.Initiative PetitionOppose4/16/2005No action taken within 40 day period prescribed by Section 2 of Article 19 of Nevada Constitution.Tobacco
 
Provides for enactment of Responsbily Protect Nevadans From Second-Hand Smoke Act.Initiative PetitionSupport4/16/2005No action taken within 40 day period prescribed by Section 2 of Article 19 of Nevada Constitution.Tobacco