2011 Session Bill Draft Requests

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1   SB 133 24 Revises provisions governing initiative petitions. Senator Rhoads Watch Passed Assembly. To enrollment. Elections
2 AB 187   17 Revises the number of legislative measures that may be requested by certain persons and entities. Assemblyman McArthur Watch Committee on Legislative Operations and Elections Legislature
4   SB 2 S Makes an appropriation to the State Distributive School Account to ensure that the amount of money expended per pupil meets or exceeds the national average. Senator Schneider Watch Notice of exemption. No Action. Education
5   SB 3 54 Enacts provisions relating to energy efficiency, renewable energy and building construction. Senator Schneider Monitor No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Energy
6   SB 157 24 Revises provisions governing the donation of unspent campaign contributions. Senator Wiener Watch Approved by the Governor. Chapter 195. Elections
7     1 Makes various changes regarding judicial campaign practices. Assemblyman Horne Elections
11 AB 145   21 Requires the posting of certain notices of a proposed annexation of an area by an unincorporated town under certain circumstances. Assemblyman Goicoechea (Originally requested by Assemblyman Carpenter) Watch Approved by the Governor. Chapter 125. Local Government
12 AB 151   43 Makes various changes concerning the use of a cellular telephone or other handheld wireless communications device while operating a motor vehicle. Assemblyman Atkinson Monitor Heard in Committee. No Action. Public Safety Assemblywoman Kirkpatrick
Assemblywoman Smith
Assemblyman Oceguera
13   SB 7 18 Revises provisions governing the adoption of emergency regulations. Senator Wiener Monitor Approved by the Governor. Chapter 97. State Government
14   SB 285 40 Establishes provisions governing medical assistants. Assemblywoman Leslie Watch No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Health Care
15   SB 264 40 Revises provisions concerning the regulation of certain medical facilities. Senator Leslie Watch Enrolled and delivered to Governor. Waiting on Governor. Health Care
16   SB 294 40 Establishes provisions governing providers of health care. Senator Cegavske Watch Passed Assembly. Conference Committee appointed by Senate. Health Care
17   SJR 7 2 Proposes to amend the Nevada Constitution to limit the total amount of property taxes that may be levied on real property. Assemblyman Gustavson Watch No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Taxation
19   SB 383 32 Revises provisions relating to economic development. Senator Cegavske Oppose No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Local Government
21     Makes changes concerning criminal procedure. Assemblywoman Gansert Courts & Judicial
26 AB 345   38 Revises provisions relating to services for persons with autism spectrum disorders. Assemblyman Ohrenschall Monitor Passed Senate. To enrollment. Health Care
31   SB 363 48 Revises the notice and publication requirements for certain applications for water rights. Senator Rhoads No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Natural Resources
33 AB 385   58 Revises provisions governing providers of electric service. Assemblyman Ohrenschall Monitor No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Energy
35 AB 266   23 Revises provisions governing disciplinary proceedings for certain employees of state and local government. Assemblyman Segerblom Watch No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Management & Labor
38   SB 235 43 Makes failure to wear a safety belt in a motor vehicle a primary offense. Senate Committee on Transportation Oppose No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Public Safety
40     Makes various changes relating to education. Senator Nolan Education
45   SB 140 43 Prohibits the use of a cellular telephone or other handheld wireless communications device while operating a motor vehicle in certain circumstances. Senator Breeden Monitor Assembly Amendment Nos. 670 and 809 concurred in. To enrollment. Public Safety
50     Revises provisions concerning the Nevada Inter-Scholastic Athletic Association. Assemblyman Atkinson State Government Assemblywoman Kirkpatrick
53 AB 576   17 Revises provisions relating to the Legislative Department of the State Government. Legislative Operations and Elections Passed Senate. To enrollment. Legislature
54 AB 399   32 Imposes a fee on sales by fast-food businesses of certain items of prepared food. Assemblyman Munford Oppose No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Taxation
57     7 Enacts the Statutory Trust Entity Act. Senate Committee on Judiciary No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Courts & Judicial
59   SB 88 10 Enacts the Uniform Real Property Transfer on Death Act. Senate Committee on Judiciary Watch Approved by the Governor. Chapter 258. Taxation
62     R AJR: Urges Congress to limit the number of pharmaceutical advertisements that may be aired on television. Assemblywoman Parnell Health Care
63 AB 433   53 Expands prohibition on employers taking certain actions to prohibit, punish or prevent employees from engaging in politics or becoming candidates for public office with certain exceptions. Assemblyman Segerblom Oppose Passed Senate. To enrollment. Elections
64 AB 144   28 Makes various changes relating to bidder preferences on state and local public works projects. Assemblywoman Kirkpatrick Watch Approved by the Governor. Chapter 20. Taxation Assemblyman Oceguera
Assemblywoman Smith
66     Requires recycling of fluorescent light bulbs. Assemblywoman Pierce Natural Resources
68   SJR 1 C Proposes to amend the Nevada Constitution to allow the Legislature to authorize the operation of a state lottery for the support of public education. Nevada Youth Legislature Watch No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Taxation
69   SB 310 40 Enacts the Freedom of Choice in Health Care Act. Senator Rhoads (Originally requested by Senator Raggio) Support No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Health Care
71     R SCR: Urges support for providing programs of fitness and wellness in schools. Senator Wiener Health Care
76     Provides for the licensure and regulation of persons who practice structural integration. Assemblywoman Parnell State Government
78   SB 221 2 Makes various changes relating to trusts, estates and probate. Senator Wiener Watch Approved by the Governor. Chapter 270. Commerce
79 AB 430   14 Revises provisions governing aliens unlawfully present in the United States. Assemblyman Hansen (Originally requested by Assemblyman Christensen) Monitor No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Various Other Bills
80   SB 380 14 Revises provisions governing aliens unlawfully present in the United States. Assemblyman Gustavson Monitor No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Various Other Bills
84   SB 205 54 Requires national certification for a registered nurse to receive a certificate of recognition as an advanced practitioner of nursing. Assemblywoman Leslie Support Approved by the Governor. Chapter 232. Health Care
100 AB 253   53 Makes various changes concerning fines and settlement agreements relating to occupational safety and health. Legislative Commission's Subcommittee to Review the United States Department of Labor's Report on the Nevada Occupational Safety and Health Program (NRS 218E.200) Monitor Placed on Chief Clerk's desk. Workers' Compensation
102 AB 255   53 Revises procedures relating to certain accidents occurring in the course of employment. Legislative Commission's Subcommittee to Review the United States Department of Labor's Report on the Nevada Occupational Safety and Health Program (NRS 218E.200) Oppose Enrolled and delivered to Governor. Waiting on Governor. Management & Labor
104 AB 173   43 Prohibits the use of a cellular telephone or other handheld wireless communications device while operating a motor vehicle in certain circumstances. Assemblyman Munford Monitor No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Public Safety
106   SB 37 54 Makes various changes concerning complaints received by a health care licensing board. Senator Wiener Support Approved by the Governor. Chapter 223. State Government
107 AB 257   19 Revises provisions relating to the Open Meeting Law. Assemblyman Carpenter Monitor Passed Senate. To enrollment. State Government
108   SB 328 53 Revises provisions governing the payment and collection of wages and other benefits. Senator Horsford Monitor Approved by the Governor. Chapter 193. Management & Labor
110   SB 267 Revises provisions governing personal information. Senator Wiener Neutral Enrolled and delivered to Governor. Waiting on Governor. Commerce
111   SB 217 15 Requires the publication by pretrial release agencies of information relating to certain criminal defendants who are released from custody before trial. Senator Rhoads (Originally requested by Senator Raggio) Watch No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Courts & Judicial
112   SB 247 34 Establishes the Program for School-Based Health Centers. Senator Wiener Watch No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Health Care
115 AB 180   3 Makes various changes to provisions governing eminent domain. Assemblyman Horne Monitor No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Commerce
116 AB 147   11 Revises provisions relating to the termination of parental rights. Assemblywoman Mastroluca Oppose Approved by the Governor. Chapter 35. Courts & Judicial
118 AB 143   15 Revises certain provisions concerning permits to carry concealed firearms. Assemblyman Bobzien Monitor Approved by the Governor. Chapter 165. Public Safety
119 AB 56   18 Grants subpoena power to the Attorney General, acting through the Medicaid Fraud Control Unit, to obtain certain documents, records or materials. Attorney General Support Approved by the Governor. Chapter 119. State Government
123 AB 381   15 Revises provisions relating to the use of force in defense of habitation, property or person. Assemblyman Segerblom (Originally requested by Assemblyman Mortenson) Monitor No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Public Safety
127   SB 99 52 Makes various changes concerning consumer protection. Senator Hardy (Originally requested by Senator Olsen) Monitor Conference report adopted by Assembly. Commerce
130 AB 417   32 Excludes certain golf courses from being designated as open-space real property under applicable zoning ordinances. Assemblyman Segerblom Neutral No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Taxation
140     Makes various changes relating to locksmiths. Senator Parks Commerce
147 AB 241   31 Creates stabilization accounts for public education funding. Assemblywoman Smith Watch Notice of exemption. No Action State Government
148 AB 376   21 Makes various changes regarding the financing of certain local improvements with revenue pledged from sales and use taxes. Assemblywoman Smith Oppose Passed Senate. To printer. Taxation
150 AB 322   45 Revises provisions relating to wildlife. Assemblywoman Smith Oppose Enrolled and delivered to Governor. Waiting on Governor. Natural Resources Assemblyman Bobzien
152 AB 133   58 Revises provisions relating to renewable energy. Assemblyman Conklin Monitor No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Natural Resources
153 AB 126   18 Makes various changes concerning vulnerable persons. Legislative Committee on Senior Citizens, Veterans and Adults with Special Needs (NRS 218E.750) Watch No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Health & Human Services
154 AB 125   14 Revises provisions concerning the reporting of crimes against older persons. Legislative Committee on Senior Citizens, Veterans and Adults with Special Needs (NRS 218E.750) Watch Approved by the Governor. Chapter 27. Health & Human Services
155   SB 129 40 Requires training of certain persons who operate or work in certain facilities. Legislative Committee on Senior Citizens, Veterans and Adults with Special Needs (NRS 218E.750) Watch Passed Assembly. To enrollment. Health & Human Services
157 AB 163   20 Revises provisions relating to public guardians. Legislative Committee on Senior Citizens, Veterans and Adults with Special Needs (NRS 218E.750) No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Health & Human Services
158   SB 420 40 Makes various changes relating to the operation of certain facilities for long-term care. Legislative Committee on Senior Citizens, Veterans and Adults with Special Needs (NRS 218E.750) Approved by the Governor. Chapter 246. Health & Human Services
159 AB 123   40 Makes various changes relating to certain facilities that provide health and related care. Legislative Committee on Senior Citizens, Veterans and Adults with Special Needs (NRS 218E.750) Watch Passed Senate. To enrollment. Health & Human Services
164   SB 208 53 Creates the Task Force on Employee Misclassification. Legislative Commission's Subcommittee to Study Employee Misclassification (SCR 26) Oppose Passed Assembly. To enrollment. Management & Labor
165   SB 207 53 Authorizes the imposition of an administrative penalty against an employer under certain circumstances. Legislative Commission's Subcommittee to Study Employee Misclassification (SCR 26) Oppose Passed Assembly. To enrollment. Management & Labor
166   SB 148 53 Creates a private right of action against employers for employees who are misclassified as independent contractors. Legislative Commission's Subcommittee to Study Employee Misclassification (SCR 26) Oppose No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Management & Labor
167   SB 147 53 Establishes civil liability for knowingly advising certain persons to misrepresent the classification or duties of employees for the purposes of industrial insurance. Legislative Commission's Subcommittee to Study Employee Misclassification (SCR 26) Oppose No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Management & Labor
168   SB 242 53 Revises provisions relating to workers' compensation. Legislative Commission's Subcommittee to Study Employee Misclassification (SCR 26) Oppose No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Management & Labor
169   SB 392 19 Creates the Nevada Advisory Committee on Intergovernmental Relations as a statutory committee. Legislative Commission's Committee to Study Powers Delegated to Local Governments (SB 264) No further action allowed: rule 14.3.3 Local Government
170   SB 385 20 Grants power to local governments to perform certain acts or duties which are not prohibited or limited by statute. Legislative Commission's Committee to Study Powers Delegated to Local Governments (SB 264) No further action allowed: rule 14.3.3 Local Government
173     Revises provisions relating to salaries of elected county officials. Legislative Commission's Committee to Study Powers Delegated to Local Governments (SB 264) Local Government
174 ACR 4   R Expresses support for economic development in Nevada in the sectors of logistics, supply chain management and renewable energy technology. Legislative Commission's Subcommittee to Study the Development and Promotion of Logistics and Distribution Centers and Issues Concerning Infrastructure and Transportation (ACR 30) Support File No. 11. Commerce
175 AB 288   32 Authorizes the Commission on Economic Development to approve partial abatements of the taxes imposed on certain businesses that locate in this State. Legislative Commission's Subcommittee to Study the Development and Promotion of Logistics and Distribution Centers and Issues Concerning Infrastructure and Transportation (ACR 30) Oppose No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Commerce
176     26 Makes various changes relating to logistics and distribution centers. Legislative Commission's Subcommittee to Study the Development and Promotion of Logistics and Distribution Centers and Issues Concerning Infrastructure and Transportation (ACR 30) Commerce
177 AB 182   22 Authorizes the creation of inland ports. Legislative Commission's Subcommittee to Study the Development and Promotion of Logistics and Distribution Centers and Issues Concerning Infrastructure and Transportation (ACR 30) Approved by the Governor. Chapter 164. Commerce
178 AB 299   57 Creates the Low-Cost Automobile Insurance Pilot Program. Assemblyman Atkinson Oppose No further action allowed: rule 14.3.4 Insurance
180 AB 152   S Creates an advisory committee to develop recommendations for the funding of highways in this State. Assemblyman Atkinson Enrolled and delivered to Governor. Waiting on Governor. Transportation
186   SB 175 15 Revises provisions governing concealed firearms permits. Assemblyman Gustavson Monitor No further action allowed: rule 14.3.3 Judiciary
188 AB 547   34 Prescribes provisions relating to school wellness policies. Legislative Committee on Health Care (NRS 439B.200) No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Health Care
189   SB 388 Establishes provisions concerning medical assistants. Legislative Committee on Health Care (NRS 439B.200) No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Health Care
190   SB 114 40 Revises provisions relating to controlled substances. Legislative Committee on Health Care (NRS 439B.200) Support Approved by the Governor. Chapter 102. Health Care
201 AB 536   38 Revises provisions relating to background checks for certain persons who work with children. Legislative Committee on Child Welfare and Juvenile Justice (NRS 218E.705) Passed Senate. To enrollment. Courts & Judicial
202 AB 62   18 Revises provisions relating to the Office of the Attorney General. Attorney General Support Approved by the Governor. Chapter 90. State Government
203 AB 63   18 Revises provisions relating to the duties of, and services provided by, the Office of the Attorney General. Attorney General Approved by the Governor. Chapter 91. Local Government
204   SB 55 18 Revises provisions governing crimes against older persons. Attorney General Support Enrolled and delivered to Governor. Waiting on Governor. Criminal Justice
209 AB 114   48 Revises the amount of the fee for issuing and recording a certain permit for an existing water right for irrigational purposes. Legislative Committee on Public Lands (NRS 218E.510) Watch Passed Senate. To enrollment. Natural Resources
210   SB 130 S Revises certain provisions governing off-highway vehicles. Legislative Committee on Public Lands (NRS 218E.510) Watch Approved by the Governor. Chapter 68. Transportation
211   SB 387 43 Revises certain provisions governing off-highway vehicles. Legislative Committee on Public Lands (NRS 218E.510) Approved by the Governor. Chapter 177. Transportation
218   SB 146 32 Makes various changes relating to biodiesel. Legislative Commission's Committee to Study the Production and Use of Energy (SCR 19) Oppose No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Taxation
219   SB 181 54 Enacts provisions relating to energy efficiency, renewable energy and building construction. Legislative Commission's Committee to Study the Production and Use of Energy (SCR 19) Monitor No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Energy
220   SB 144 43 Requires certain garages to check and adjust the tire pressure of motor vehicles. Legislative Commission's Committee to Study the Production and Use of Energy (SCR 19) Monitor No further action allowed: rule 14.3.3 Energy
222 AB 512   43 Revises provisions relating to the towing of motor vehicles. Assembly Committee on Transportation No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Transportation
224   SB 334 31 Requires the creation of a searchable database of expenditures and funding actions by state agencies under certain circumstances. Senate Minority Leader No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 State Government
226 AB 389   19 Revises provisions regarding the Open Meeting Law. Assemblyman Ohrenschall No further action allowed: rule 14.3.3 State Government
229   SB 184 58 Requires the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada to open an investigatory docket concerning the establishment of a feed-in tariff program for renewable energy systems in this State. Senator Schneider Monitor No further action allowed: rule 14.3.4 Natural Resources
232   SB 164 57 Revises provisions relating to third-party administrators. Senator Schneider Passed Assembly. To enrollment. Workers' Compensation
233 AB 575   17 Makes various changes relating to the Legislature and the Legislative Counsel Bureau. Legislative Commission (NRS 218E.150) Passed Senate. To enrollment. Legislature
234   SB 336 40 Revises certain provisions relating to prescription drugs. Senator Schneider In Committee. Not Heard. Health Care
236   SB 313 58 Revises certain provisions relating to energy. Senator Schneider Monitor Lost Senate. Natural Resources
238   SB 357 2 Revises provisions relating to property exempt from execution. Senate Minority Leader Monitor No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Commerce
243 AB 237   20 Authorizes counties to issue securities for projects and programs concerning public water and sewer systems. Legislative Committee to Oversee the Western Regional Water Commission (SB 487) Watch Approved by the Governor. Chapter 139. Natural Resources
244 AB 238   20 Revises provisions concerning the refunding of certain municipal securities. Legislative Committee to Oversee the Western Regional Water Commission (SB 487) Watch Approved by the Governor. Chapter 268. Natural Resources
254   SB 354 54 Makes various changes to regulatory bodies of professions, occupations and businesses. Senator Schneider Watch No further action allowed: rule 14.3.3 Boards & Commissions
256 AB 71   32 Directs the Legislative Commission to conduct an interim study concerning the equitable allocation of money distributed from the Local Government Tax Distribution Account. North Las Vegas, City of Watch Passed Senate. To enrollment. Taxation
259 AB 268   58 Requires the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada to establish a program that creates incentives for the development of renewable energy systems in this State. Assemblywoman Woodbury Monitor No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Natural Resources
260 AB 316   38 Revises provisions relating to services for persons with autism spectrum disorders. Assemblywoman Woodbury Monitor Passed Senate. To enrollment. Health & Human Services
261   SB 338 40 Revises provisions relating to reports of certain medical and related facilities. Senator Breeden Passed Assembly. To enrollment. Health & Human Services
266 AB 360   21 Revises provisions governing city or county ordinances regarding the abatement of certain conditions and nuisances on property within the city or county. Assemblyman Bobzien Monitor Senate Amendment No. 748 concurred in. To enrollment. Local Government
267   SB 82 19 Makes various changes relating to governmental information systems. Attorney General Monitor Enrolled and delivered to Governor. Waiting on Governor. State Government
269     Increase penalties for driving under the influence. Assemblyman Stewart Criminal Justice
272 AB 211   53 Revises provisions governing discriminatory employment practices. Assemblyman Aizley Monitor Approved by the Governor. Chapter 112. Various Other Bills
277 AB 90   53 Makes various changes to provisions relating to employment practices. Senator Breeden Oppose No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Management & Labor Assemblyman Segerblom
278 AB 89   57 Requires certain policies of health insurance and health care plans to provide coverage for acupuncture treatments in certain circumstances. Senator Breeden Oppose No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Health & Human Services Assemblyman Segerblom
281   SB 22 20 Authorizes a board of county commissioners to prescribe certain fees by ordinance. Nevada Association of Counties Watch No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Local Government
283 AB 14   32 Revises the provisions governing certain tax abatements for new or expanded businesses and renewable energy facilities. Nevada Association of Counties Neutral No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Taxation
284     24 Revises provisions relating to the reporting of campaign contributions and expenditures. Assemblyman Hogan Elections
286   SB 182 58 Makes various changes concerning renewable energy systems. Senator Schneider Monitor Approved by the Governor. Chapter 239. Natural Resources
287   SB 58 53 Makes various changes relating to an employer who knowingly misrepresents or conceals a material fact relating to a person's eligibility for industrial insurance benefits. Attorney General Neutral Approved by the Governor. Chapter 187. Workers' Compensation
288 AB 59   19 Makes various changes to the Open Meeting Law. Attorney General Support Passed Senate. To enrollment. Various Other Bills
290 AB 61   18 Creates a temporary entity to study issues relating to substance abuse in this State. Attorney General Support Approved by the Governor. Chapter 89. State Government
291   SB 79 32 Makes various changes relating to the Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement. Attorney General Approved by the Governor. Chapter 214. Courts & Judicial
293   SB 42 43 Authorizes the testing of drivers of vehicles that cause fatal vehicle accidents or collisions for the presence of alcohol. Attorney General Monitor No further action allowed: rule 14.3.3 Transportation
296   SB 369 53 Requires the establishment of a program of shared work unemployment compensation. Assemblyman Joe Hardy Oppose No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Commerce
297   SB 377 22 Establishes provisions authorizing public-private partnerships for certain projects. Assemblyman Joe Hardy Monitor No further action allowed: rule 14.3.3 Commerce
301 AB 234   Revises provisions governing places of public accommodation. Assemblyman Aizley Oppose No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Commerce
302 AB 64   34 Revises provisions governing education. Committee on Education Monitor No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Labor & Management
304   SB11 34 Directs the Legislative Commission to appoint a committee to conduct an interim study concerning the development of a new method for funding public schools. Clark County School District Watch Passed Assembly. To enrollment. Education/Finance & Budget
307 AB 332   31 Makes various changes relating to the Economic Forum. Assemblyman Conklin Oppose Passed Senate. To enrollment. State Government
308 AB 380   58 Revises provisions governing certain programs for renewable energy systems. Assemblyman Conklin Monitor Passed Senate. To enrollment. Natural Resources
309   SB 378 32 Revises the formula used to determine the value of used vehicles for the purpose of calculating the amount of governmental services taxes due. Assemblyman Gustavson Support No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Transportation
310   SB 158 40 Revises provisions governing the frequency of required inspections of the emissions of certain motor vehicles. Assemblyman Gustavson Heard in Committee. Amend, and do pass as amended Transportation
313 AB 323   52 Requires the establishment and maintenance of an Internet website to provide information concerning consumer fraud in this State. Assemblyman Conklin Monitor Heard in Committee. No Action. Criminal Justice
315 AB 47   S Requires a base adjustment in the formula for the allocation of certain consolidated tax revenue and an interim legislative study of the current allocation formula. Fernley, City of Watch No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Local Government/Finance & Budget
316   SB 78 23 Revises provisions governing collective bargaining between local government employers and local government employees. Reno, City of Watch No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Management & Labor
330 AB 109   8 Enacts the amendments to Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code. Assemblyman Segerblom (Originally requested by Senator Care) Monitor Approved by the Governor. Chapter 135. Commerce
331   SB 4 58 Revises provisions relating to renewable energy. Senator Schneider Monitor No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Natural Resources/Finance & Budget
332   SB 199 32 Provides a deduction from the payroll tax for wages paid to newly hired employees under certain circumstances. Senator Settelmeyer Support No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Taxation
334   SB 107 34 Revises provisions governing the Governor Guinn Millennium Scholarship Program. Senator Settelmeyer Support No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Education
335   SB 126 15 Revises certain provisions relating to permits to carry concealed firearms. Senator Settelmeyer Monitor Passed Assembly. To enrollment. Courts & Judicial
337 AB 507   Revises provisions relating to taxes on fuel. Assembly Committee on Transportation No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Taxation
338     52 Prohibits the Governor or any other state officer or employee, without authorization by the Legislature, from binding the State in relation to an international trade agreement. Assemblywoman Pierce State Government
339     24 Revises provisions governing campaign finance. Assemblywoman Pierce Elections
340     24 Makes various changes to the provisions governing mechanical voting systems. Assemblywoman Pierce Elections
344   SB 10 40 Revises the process for approving an amendment to the license of certain medical facilities to add certain services. Clark County Watch Approved by the Governor. Chapter 162. Health & Human Services
347 AB 387   48 Revises provisions relating to certain domestic wells. Assemblyman Ohrenschall No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Commerce
348 AB 245   32 Revises provisions governing eligibility for certain tax exemptions. Assemblyman Stewart Watch Passed Senate. To enrollment. Taxation
350     Revises provisions governing conservation and recycling. Assemblywoman Woodbury Natural Resources
351   SB 255 32 Reduces the amount of governmental services taxes imposed on certain older motor vehicles. Senator Breeden Support Heard in Committee. Without recommendation and rerefer. Transportation
352   SB 131 40 Revises provisions relating to tests of infants. Senator Committee on Health and Education Approved by the Governor. Chapter 103. Health & Human Services
353     23 Revises provisions governing campaign practices. Assemblywoman Woodbury Elections
355     Revises provisions governing public safety and transportation. Assemblywoman Woodbury Transportation
362     Makes certain changes concerning the Clark County Sales and Use Tax Act of 2005. Senator Parks Taxation
368   SB 173 40 Provides for the establishment and maintenance of an integrated system for the provision of health and social services in certain counties. Senator Parks No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Local Government
369     32 Revises provisions relating to the modified business tax to provide incentives to employers to hire unemployed workers. Assemblywoman Spiegel Taxation
371 AB 276   18 Requires the State Controller to make certain data available for public inspection on an Internet website established and maintained by the State Controller. Assemblyman Conklin Support Approved by the Governor. Chapter 143. Finance & Budget
372 AB 411   40 Enacts the Freedom of Choice in Health Care Act. Assemblyman Goedhart Support No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Health & Human Services
374 ACR 6   R Amends the Joint Standing Rules for the 76th Session of the Legislature to require that bills be posted on the legislative website for at least 72 hours before vote on passage. Assemblyman Goedhart Support To Committee on Legislative Operations and Elections. Legislature
378     32 Revises provisions concerning taxation. Assemblyman Grady Taxation Senator Settelmeyer
379   SB 270 54 Revises provisions governing qualifications for licensure for certain health care practitioners. Assemblyman Denis Support No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Health & Human Services
384     3 Limits the personal liability of directors and officers of nonprofit volunteer organizations. Senator Settelmeyer Commerce
387   SB 349 S Provides for the establishment of a community court pilot project to provide an alternative to sentencing for misdemeanor offenders. Senator Horsford Monitor Passed Senate. To Committee on Ways and Means. Courts & Judicial
389   SB 352 53 Revises provisions relating to employment. Assemblyman Denis Oppose No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Commerce
393   SB 326 20 Revises provisions relating to parks and recreation areas in this State. Senator Lee No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 State Government/ Finance & Budget
395   SJR 9 C Proposes to amend the Nevada Constitution to require an affirmative vote of two-thirds of the members elected to each House of the Legislature to decrease revenues or reserves of or mandate that new or different services be performed by a local government. Senator Lee EXEMPT, Pursuant to Joint Standing Rule 14.6.4(a). Not Heard. Finance & Budget/ Local Government
396   SB 81 31 Makes various changes relating to state financial administration. State Controller Monitor Approved by the Governor. Chapter 101. State Government
398 AB 79   32 Makes certain occupational licensing boards and commissions subject to the same requirements as other agencies of the Executive Department of the State Government. Nevada League of Cities and Municipalities Watch No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Taxation
400   SB 65 21 Revises provisions concerning the publication of certain financial information by certain local governments. Nevada League of Cities and Municipalities Oppose Assembly Amendment No. 645 concurred in. To enrollment. Local Government
403 AB 78   7 Makes various changes relating to business. Secretary of State Oppose Passed Assembly. To Enrollment. Commerce
406 AB 81   24 Revises various provisions relating to elections. Secretary of State Watch Enrolled and delivered to Governor. Waiting on Governor. Elections
407 AB 82   24 Makes various changes relating to elections. Secretary of State Watch Enrolled and delivered to Governor. Waiting on Governor. Elections
409 AB 21   31 Makes certain occupational licensing boards and commissions subject to the same requirements as other agencies of the Executive Department of the State Government. Governor, Office of the Support No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 State Government
411   SB 46 57 Allocates a portion of revenue from the premium tax on captive insurance to the Commission on Economic Development for promotion of the captive insurance industry. Governor, Office of the Support Notice of exemption. Not Heard. Taxation
412   SB 41 23 Eliminates mandatory collective bargaining for local government employers. Governor, Office of the Support No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Local Government
419   SB 256 40 Revises provisions relating to controlled substances. Assemblyman Joe Hardy Support No further action allowed: rule 14.3.3 Criminal Justice
420     Makes various changes to provisions relating to the sale of intoxicating liquors. Assemblyman Bernie Anderson Commerce
421   SB 323 43 Revises provisions relating to motor vehicle liability insurance and registration. Senator Parks Enrolled and delivered to Governor. Waiting on Governor. Transportation
424   SB 70 34 Revises provisions governing the system of governance of K-12 public education. Governor, Office of the No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Education/Finance & Budget
426   SB 56 19 Revises provisions governing the entities required to use the services and equipment of the Department of Information Technology. Budget and Planning, Division of-Administration Support No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 State Government
432   SB 34 32 Makes various changes regarding the administration of sales and use taxes. Taxation, Department of Support Enrolled and delivered to Governor. Waiting on Governor. Taxation
433   SB 32 32 Makes various changes relating to equalization of property valuations. Taxation, Department of Watch Enrolled and delivered to Governor. Waiting on Governor. Boards & Commissions
434   SB 31 32 Makes various changes to provisions governing administration of taxes. Taxation, Department of Oppose Approved by the Governor. Chapter 95. Taxation
435   SB 33 32 Consolidates provisions requiring confidentiality of certain taxpayer-specific records. Taxation, Department of Support Approved by the Governor. Chapter 160. Taxation
443   SB 43 40 Makes various changes relating to electronic health records. Health and Human Services, Department of-Director's Office Support Passed Assembly. To enrollment. Health & Human Services
444   SB 54 38 Revises provisions governing the Fund to Increase the Quality of Nursing Care. Health Care Financing and Policy, Division of-Health and Human Services Watch Passed Assembly. To enrollment. Health & Human Services
445 AB 50   40 Revises provisions relating to the licensure of medical and related health facilities. Health Division-Health and Human Services Watch Approved by the Governor. Chapter 88. Health & Human Services
446   SB 52 40 Revises provisions relating to vital statistics. Health Division-Health and Human Services Watch No further action allowed: rule 14.3.2 Health & Human Services
447 AB 51   40 Revises provisions relating to certain providers of emergency medical services. Health Division-Health and Human Services Watch No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Health & Human Services
461   SB 76 43 Prohibits the use of a cellular telephone or other handheld wireless communications device while operating a motor vehicle in certain circumstances. Public Safety, Department of Monitor No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Public Safety
472 AB 74   57 Revises various provisions relating to the regulation of the insurance industry. Insurance, Division of-Business and Industry Watch Senate Amendment No. 903 concurred in. To enrollment. Insurance
473 AB 23   57 Enacts the Interstate Insurance Product Regulation Compact. Insurance, Division of-Business and Industry Watch Approved by the Governor. Chapter 118. Insurance
476   SB 63 53 Revises provisions relating to industrial insurance and the Uninsured Employers' Claim Account. Industrial Relations, Division of-Business and Industry Neutral Approved by the Governor. Chapter 201. Insurance
479   SB 21 53 Revises certain provisions concerning catastrophic injuries. Injured Workers, Nevada Attorney for-Business and Industry Neutral Approved by the Governor. Chapter 157. Insurance
484   SB 83 35 Revises provisions relating to transportation. Transportation, Department of Neutral Heard in Committee. No Action. Transportation
485   SB 48 43 Revises provisions relating to permitting and enforcement of standards for oversize and overweight vehicles operating on Nevada highways. Transportation, Department of Oppose No further action allowed: rule 14.3.4 Transportation
486 AB 69   35 Authorizes the Department of Transportation to contract with a construction manager at risk for certain projects under certain circumstances. Transportation, Department of Watch No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Transportation
489   SB 20 53 Requires insurers to provide certain information to survivors and dependents of deceased workers. Injured Workers, Nevada Attorney for-Business and Industry Oppose No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Management & Labor
492   SB 51 43 Revises provisions relating to the reporting of and imposition of penalties for certain convictions for the violation of certain traffic laws. Motor Vehicles, Department of Watch Approved by the Governor. Chapter 96. Transportation
498 AB 55   54 Makes various changes relating to dentistry. Dental Examiners, Board of Watch Approved by the Governor. Chapter 25. Boards & Commissions
508 AB 200   32 Authorizes a brew pub to obtain a special permit to transport donated malt beverages under certain circumstances. Assemblywoman Smith Watch Approved by the Governor. Chapter 163. Commerce Assemblyman Bobzien
Assemblyman Horne
Assemblyman Conklin
517 AB 280   40 Requires the adoption of patient safety checklists and patient safety policies at certain medical facilities. Assemblyman Oceguera Watch Approved by the Governor. Chapter 144. Health & Human Services
518   SB 419 40 Establishes provisions relating to safe injection practices. Senate Committee on Health and Education Enrolled and delivered to Governor. Waiting on Governor. Health & Human Services
519 AB 447   32 Revises the provisions governing certain partial property tax abatements for businesses in this State. Assemblywoman Kirkpatrick Oppose Heard in Committee. Without recommendation, and rerefer. Taxation
520 AB 287   58 Creates the Nevada Renewable Energy Transmission Authority. Assemblywoman Kirkpatrick Heard in Committee. Without recommendation, and rerefer. Finance & Budget
522   SB 64 31 Establishes a program for the investment of state money in certificates of deposit at a reduced rate of interest to provide lending institutions with money for loans at a reduced rate of interest to certain eligible entities. State Treasurer Watch Heard in Committee. Amend, and do pass as amended. Commerce
524     Revises provisions governing the claim payment practices of motor vehicle insurers. Assemblyman Aizley Insurance
526 AB 270   32 Reduces the amount of the governmental services taxes imposed on certain older motor vehicles. Assembly Committee on Ways and Means Support No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Finance & Budget
527 AB 239   19 Requires public bodies to post on their websites, if any, certain material and records related to meetings of the public body. Assemblyman Bobzien Support No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Local Government Assemblywoman Kirkpatrick
528   SB 405 7 Revises provisions governing business entities. Senate Committee on Judiciary Passed Assembly. To enrollment. Commerce
530 AB 278   22 Provides for the consolidation of fire departments in certain counties. Assemblyman Segerblom Support No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Local Government
531 AB 346   3 Provides a cause of action against public agencies which delay certain actions after adopting a resolution of intent to exercise eminent domain. Assemblyman Ohrenschall No further action allowed: rule 14.3.3 Commerce
534   SB 69 21 Revises provisions governing the issuance of city business licenses. Las Vegas, City of Support No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Local Government
537   SB 170 24 Revises provisions governing petitions for initiative or referendum. Senate Majority Leader No further action allowed: rule 14.3.3 Elections
538   SB 432 32 Revises provisions governing governmental financing. Senate Committee on Finance Enrolled and delivered to Governor. Waiting on Governor. Finance
542 AB 218   32 Revises provisions governing the application of sales and use taxes to bottled water. Assemblyman Segerblom (Originally requested by Assemblyman Mortenson) Oppose No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Taxation
545     Makes various changes relating to the State Emergency Response Commission. Senator Nolan State Government
546 AB 339   40 Requires certain substances known as synthetic marijuana to be included on the list of schedule I controlled substances. Assemblyman Ellison (Originally requested by Assemblyman Carpenter) Support No further action allowed: rule 14.3.2 Health & Human Services
548 AB 545   20 Makes changes to the population basis for the exercise of certain powers by local governments. Legislative Counsel Approved by the Governor. Chapter 253. Local Government
549 AB 391   43 Revises provisions governing the registration of certain trailers and the depreciation of certain vehicles. Assemblyman Goicoechea (Originally requested by Assemblyman Carpenter) Support No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Transportation
552     Makes various changes concerning fees charged for credit cards. Senate Committee on Commerce, Labor and Energy Commerce
555 AB 275   35 Requires private contractors, under certain circumstances, to remove from freeways and highways devices for the temporary diversion of traffic. Assemblyman Segerblom (Originally requested by Assemblyman Claborn) No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Transportation
560 AB 153   7 Prohibits certain provisions from being construed to authorize the use of a record of arrest as a reason to deny, refuse to renew, suspend or revoke a license, permit, certificate or registration. Assemblyman Segerblom (Originally requested by Assemblyman Claborn) No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 State Government
564   SB 210 40 Revises provisions governing the regulation of certain food processing establishments. Senate Committee on Health and Education Oppose Approved by the Governor. Chapter 240. Commerce
567 AB 141   53 Revises the frequency with which certain volunteer firefighters must submit to physical examinations to receive workers' compensation coverage for certain occupational diseases. Assemblyman Goicoechea Watch Approved by the Governor. Chapter 124. Workers' Compensation
570 AB 279   41 Authorizes independent testing laboratories to inspect and certify gaming devices, equipment and systems. Assemblyman Ohrenschall (Originally requested by Assemblyman Mortenson) Passed Senate. To enrollment. Commerce
573   SB 160 32 Repeals the modified business tax. Assemblyman Gustavson No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Taxation
574 AB 159   19 Revises provisions relating to public records. Assemblyman Segerblom (Originally requested by Senator Care) No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 State Government
578   SJR 2 C Proposes to amend the Nevada Constitution to repeal the constitutional provision requiring the payment of a minimum wage. Assemblyman Joe Hardy Support No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Management & Labor
579   SB 92 22 Makes various changes relating to development. Assemblyman Joe Hardy Oppose Assembly Amendment No. 593 concurred in. To enrollment. Local Government
580 AB 157   24 Revises the date of the primary election. Assemblyman Hickey No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Elections
581 AB 252   53 Requires contractors and subcontractors on a public work to use E-Verify to verify eligibility for employment for workers on the public work. Assemblyman Hickey Monitor No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Management & Labor
582 AB 228   S Directs the Commission to Study Governmental Purchasing to conducta study on contracts for public works. Assemblyman Hickey Watch Senate Amendment No. 890 concurred in. To enrollment. State Government
583 AB 372   32 Imposes a fee on electronic transmissions of money to foreign locations. Assemblyman Hickey Monitor No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Finance
586   SB 96 34 Revises provisions governing the Governor Guinn Millennium Scholarship Program. Senator Hardy Support Approved by the Governor. Chapter 227. Education
587   SB 295 31 Revises provisions governing the budgets of school districts. Senator Hardy Monitor Notice of exemption. Education
590     Revises provisions governing the payment of child support. Assemblywoman Mastroluca Courts & Judicial
591 AB 274   57 Revises provisions relating to the payment of the proceeds of any benefits under a life insurance policy. Assembly Committee on Commerce and Labor Monitor No further action allowed: rule 14.3.2 Insurance
592 AB 122   22 Revises provisions concerning the imposition of certain reasonable restrictions or requirements relating to systems for obtaining wind energy. Assemblyman Livermore Watch Approved by the Governor. Chapter 217. Local Government
596 AB 217   15 Repeals provisions governing the interstate sale of certain firearms. Assemblyman Ellison Monitor Approved by the Governor. Chapter 38. Criminal Justice
599 AB 142   15 Makes various changes governing crimes against property. Assemblyman Ohrenschall Neutral Approved by the Governor. Chapter 41. Courts & Judicial
600 AB 158   43 Revises provisions governing exemptions from the requirements for licensure of driving schools. Assemblyman Hickey No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Transportation
605 AB 165   32 Revises the manner in which to determine the tax imposed on moist snuff. Assembly Committee on Taxation No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Taxation
606 AB 431   24 Revises certain provisions governing voter identification. Assemblyman Hansen Support No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Elections
611 AB 267   53 Revises provisions governing representation of injured workers in hearings or other meetings concerning industrial insurance claims. Assemblyman Ohrenschall Neutral No further action allowed: rule 14.3.3 Management & Labor
612   SB 151 S Requires certain governmental entities to develop a plan for a regional rapid transit system. Senator Schneider Enrolled and delivered to Governor. Waiting on Governor. Transportation
613 AB 392   32 Provides exemptions from certain taxes for certain veterans. Assemblyman McArthur Oppose Heard in Committee. Without recommendation, and rerefer Taxation
616   SB 257 15 Revises various provisions governing graffiti offenses. Senator Wiener Monitor Enrolled and delivered to Governor. Waiting on Governor. Commerce
617   SB 410 52 Revises provisions governing alcoholic beverages. Senate Committee on Commerce, Labor and Energy Monitor No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Commerce
618     Makes various changes relating to the efficiency of governmental programs. Senate Committee on Finance Finance
619     SCR: Encourages health care providers to offer routine screening for Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) in all health care settings. Senator Breeden Health & Human Services Senator Parks
Assemblyman Segerblom
623 AB 336   32 Imposes a tax on certain income of business entities engaged in business in this State. Assemblywoman Pierce Oppose Waiver granted effective: April 14, 2011. No Action. Taxation
625   SB 367 54 Requires certain health care practitioners to communicate certain information to the public. Senator Cegavske Watch No further action allowed: rule 14.3.3 Health & Human Services
628 AB 271   10 Regulates private transfer fee obligations that affect real property. Assemblywoman Bustamante Adams Watch Approved by the Governor. Chapter 77. Commerce
629   SB 259 55 Revises provisions governing certain trust companies. Senator Schneider Watch Enrolled and delivered to Governor. Waiting on Governor. Commerce
630   SB 382 40 Establishes provisions relating to early intervention services for infants and toddlers with disabilities. Senator Cegavske Watch No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Health & Human Services
636     53 Revises provisions governing unemployment compensation. Assemblyman McArthur Management & Labor
637   SB 193 54 Makes various changes concerning the State Board of Cosmetology and persons and practices regulated by the Board. Senator Hardy Watch Conference report adopted by Senate. State Government
638     23 Revises provisions governing the Public Employees' Retirement System. Assemblyman Kirner Finance & Budget/ State Government
644 AB 216   22 Revises provisions concerning the employee benefits of employees of law enforcement agencies upon the merger of the agencies into a metropolitan police department. Assemblyman Kirner Watch No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Local Government
648   SB 203 40 Revises provisions relating to the classification and dispensing of certain precursors to methamphetamine. Senator Leslie Oppose No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Health & Human Services
649 AB 542   52 Provides for the licensing and operation of craft distilleries in Nevada. Assembly Committee on Commerce and Labor Watch Passed Assembly. To Committee on Commerce, Labor and Energy. Commerce
650   SB 139 9 Requires assignments of certain interests in property to be recorded. Senator Rhoads (Originally requested by Senator Raggio) Watch No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Commerce
652 AB 202   58 Provides for the partial abatement of certain property taxes for certain new manufacturing businesses in this State. Assemblyman Kirner Monitor Enrolled and delivered to Governor. Waiting on Governor. Commerce
654 AB 298   43 Revises the circumstances under which a person may operate an off-highway vehicle on a highway in this State. Assemblyman Atkinson Support No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Transportation
657 AB 258   41 Revises provisions governing the licensing and operation of interactive gaming. Assembly Committee on Judiciary Watch Enrolled and delivered to Governor. Waiting on Governor. State Government
659     Revises provisions governing the program for the employment and training of unemployed persons. Assemblywoman Neal State Government
661     Revises provisions related to gaming. Senator Committee on Judiciary State Government
662   SB 339 40 Establishes provisions relating to the safety of patients in certain medical facilities. Senator Breeden Enrolled and delivered to Governor. Waiting on Governor. Health & Human Services
663   SB 340 40 Revises provisions relating to programs to increase public awareness of health care information. Senator Breeden Assembly Amendment No. 962 concurred in. To enrollment. Health & Human Services
664 AB 398   10 Revises provisions relating to commercial tenancies. Assemblyman Ohrenschall Monitor Approved by the Governor. Chapter 271. Commerce
666   SB 230 34 Requires the boards of trustees of school districts and the governing bodies of charter schools to adopt a policy governing the use of foods and beverages containing trans fats at public schools within this State. Senator Denis Watch No further action allowed: rule 14.3.3 Education
676 AB 190   7 Revises certain provisions governing ownership interest in professional entities. Assemblyman Carrillo No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Commerce
680     Makes changes to the workforce investment boards and their responsibilities. Assemblywoman Kirkpatrick State Government Assemblywoman Smith
684 AB 132   24 Revises provisions governing the dates for certain elections. Assembly Committee on Legislative Operations and Elections Watch Approved by the Governor. Chapter 218. Elections
686 AB 108   24 Eliminates the deadline for registering to vote in an election. Assembly Committee on Legislative Operations and Elections Watch No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Elections
687 AB 301   16 Revises provisions governing the restoration of civil rights for ex-felons. Assembly Committee on Legislative Operations and Elections Oppose Senate Amendment No. 688 concurred in. To enrollment. Elections
688 AB 131   53 Revises provisions governing certain occupational diseases for employees in certain professions. Assembly Committee on Commerce and Labor Support No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Workers' Compensation
689 AB 453   51 Requires a supplier of motor vehicle fuel to provide certain statements relating to the presence or possible presence of manganese in any motor vehicle fuel sold or distributed by the supplier. Assembly Committee on Natural Resources, Agriculture and Mining Monitor Taken from General File. Placed on Secretary's desk. Natural Resources
693 AB 286   S Establishes the Advisory Committee on Medicaid Fraud. Assemblyman Cresent Hardy Support Heard in Committee. No Action. Health & Human Services
694     Makes various changes relating to health information technology. Senator Copening Health & Human Services
695   SB 418 40 Creates a subcommittee of the Legislative Committee on Health Care to oversee the implementation of federal health care reform in this State. Senate Committee on Health and Human Services Passed Assembly. To enrollment. Health & Human Services
696     32 Revises provisions related to health care reform. Senator Settelmeyer Taxation
698   SB 228 40 Requires certain substances known as synthetic marijuana to be included on the list of schedule I controlled substances. Senator Settelmeyer Support No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Health & Human Services
701   SB 104 31 Provides for the biennial transfer of a portion of the state surplus to the Public Employees' Retirement Fund and the Fund for the Public Employees' Benefits Program. Senator Settelmeyer Support Notice of exemption. Finance & Budget
702   SB 301 51 Makes various changes to provisions governing dairy products and dairy substitutes. Senator Settelmeyer Support No further action allowed: rule 14.3.4 State Government
704 AB 425   24 Requires photographic identification for voting. Assemblyman Stewart Support No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Elections
705 AB 369   40 Enacts the Freedom of Choice in Health Care Act. Assemblyman Stewart Watch No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Health & Human Services
708   SB 332 53 Revises provisions governing compensation for overtime. Senator Settelmeyer No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Commerce
711 AB 443   32 Provides a deduction from the payroll tax for wages paid to newly hired full-time employees under certain circumstances. Assemblyman Brooks Support Heard in Committee. Amend, without recommendation, and rerefer. Commerce
715     40 Requires products containing ephedrine, pseudoephedrine and phenylpropanolamine to be dispensed by prescription only unless the product is formulated to prevent conversion to methamphetamine. Assemblywoman Mastroluca Health & Human Services
717   SB 135 53 Revises provisions governing the presumption of eligibility for coverage for certain occupational diseases. Senator Rhoads Support No further action allowed: rule 14.3.4 Insurance
719 AB 423   18 Allows certain organizations to request an opinion of the Attorney General under certain circumstances. Assemblyman Daly Oppose No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 State Government
720 AB 437   32 Increases the rate of assessment of property. Assemblyman Daly No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Criminal Justice
721 AB 337   24 Revises provisions governing campaign practices. Assemblyman Daly Oppose Enrolled and delivered to Governor. Waiting on Governor. Criminal Justice
722 AB 444   32 Authorizes the Commission on Economic Development to approve partial abatements of taxes imposed on certain facilities that locate in this State. Assemblyman Brooks Oppose No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Commerce
724 AB 436   32 Provides a deduction from the payroll tax for wages paid to newly hired employees under certain circumstances. Speaker of the Assembly Oppose No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Taxation
726 AB 449   18 Revises provisions relating to economic development. Assemblyman Oceguera Oppose Senate Amendment No. 977 concurred in. To enrollment. Finance & Budget
727 AB 155   57 Revises provisions relating to changes in rates of certain insurance. Assemblyman Atkinson No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Insurance
734   SB 492 46 Revises provisions regarding the payment of certain fees for mining claims. Senator Committee on Revenue Waiver granted effective: 04/14/2011 No Action. Taxation
738 AB 230   34 Authorizes an alternative route to licensure for teachers and administrators. Assembly Committee on Education Watch Senate Amendment No. 727 concurred in. To enrollment. Education
739 AB 546   38 Makes various changes to provisions governing early childhood care and education. Assembly Committee on Education Passed Senate. To enrollment. Education
741 AB 548   34 Revises provisions governing the system of governance of K-12 public education. Assembly Committee on Education No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Education
745   SB 251 18 Creates the Sunset Subcommittee of the Legislative Commission to evaluate certain governmental programs and services. Senator Kieckhefer Support Assembly Amendment No. 805 concurred in. To enrollment. Boards & Commissions
746   SB 333 32 Requires the establishment of the Nevada Job Creation Incentive Program to provide a deduction from the payroll tax for wages paid to newly hired employees under certain circumstances. Senator Kieckhefer No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Finance & Budget
748   SB 324 31 Makes various changes concerning state financial administration. Senator Kieckhefer No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 State Government
749   SB 250 31 Makes various changes relating to state financial administration. Senator Kieckhefer Support Heard in Committee. Amend, and do pass as amended. State Government/ Finance & Budget
752 AB 169   34 Revises provisions governing the authority of charter schools to enter into certain contracts. Assemblywoman Bustamante Adams No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Education
753     Revises provisions governing smog checks of motor vehicles. Assemblywoman Woodbury Transportation
754 AB 435   24 Requires certain proof of identity to vote. Assemblyman Sherwood Support No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Elections
755 AB 104   24 Prohibits a person from using a false or assumed name when voting. Assemblyman Sherwood Watch No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Elections
756 AB 209   31 Revises provisions governing the use by a local government of the money in certain funds that are designated for capital projects. Assembly Committee on Health and Human Services Watch No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Health & Human Services
761     Revises provisions related to preventative health care. Senator Breeden Health & Human Services
762 AB 149   3 Makes various changes concerning medical and dental malpractice claims. Senator Breeden Monitor No further action allowed: rule 14.3.3 Criminal Justice
763   SB 319 43 Revises provisions relating to abandoned vehicles. Senator Breeden No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Transportation
768 AB 421   54 Revises provisions governing dispensing of certain drugs and medications. Assemblywoman Carlton Oppose No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Health & Human Services
770 AB 310   24 Revises the requirements for voting by persons who register to vote by mail. Assemblywoman Sherwood Support No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Elections
771 AB 414   34 Requires a contribution to higher education for technology commercialization by businesses which are granted certain tax abatements. Assemblywoman Neal Oppose No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Taxation
773 AB 539   57 Revises provisions governing insurance. Assembly Committee on Commerce and Labor No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Insurance
774     Makes various changes relating to insurance. Assemblywoman Diaz Insurance
776     Revises provisions governing the universal energy charge. Assemblywoman Benitez-Thompson Natural Resources
777   SB 125 24 Revises provisions governing reporting of campaign contributions and expenses. Senator Kieckhefer Watch Enrolled and delivered to Governor. Waiting on Governor. Elections
778   SB 373 24 Requires photographic identification for voting. Senator Roberson Watch Heard in Committee. Without recommendation and rerefer. Elections
780   SB 272 31 Makes various changes concerning the state budget process. Senator Roberson Support No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 State Government
782 AB 362   38 Revises provisions governing education. Assemblywoman Diaz Monitor Enrolled and delivered to Governor. Waiting on Governor. Education
783     Revises various changes relating to education Assemblywoman Diaz Education
792   SB 282 15 Prohibits the willful and intentional public posting or displaying of the social security number of another person. Senator Gustavson Monitor Assembly Amendment No. 548 concurred in. To enrollment. Criminal Justice
793   SB 249 32 Makes various changes relating to administration of taxes on property. Senator Parks Oppose Passed Assembly. To Conference Committee appointed by Senate. Taxation
794   SB 248 43 Revises provisions governing traffic laws relating to overtaking and passing bicycles and electric bicycles. Senator Parks Oppose Approved by the Governor. Chapter 69. Transportation
795   SB 335 40 Revises provisions governing hypodermic devices. Senator Parks No further action allowed: rule 14.3.3 Health & Human Services
797   SB 300 40 Revises provisions governing certain billing and related practices of hospitals. Senator Leslie Watch Approved by the Governor. Chapter 274. Health & Human Services
798   SB 490 32 Authorizes certain counties to impose additional taxes on fuels for motor vehicles. Senate Committee on Revenue No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Taxation
799   SB 331 54 Revises provisions relating to unlawful discrimination in places of public accommodation. Senator Leslie Monitor Approved by the Governor. Chapter 192. Criminal Justice
800     Establishes a health insurance exchange in Nevada. Senator Copening Insurance
804 AB 189   32 Authorizes certain tax credits for qualified investments in Nevada small businesses. Assemblyman Horne Oppose No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Taxation
805 AB 446   32 Imposes excise tax on use of services in this State. Assemblyman Brooks Oppose Waiver granted effective: April 14, 2011. Taxation
807     Makes various changes relating to education. Assemblywoman Dondero Loop Education
809 AB 325   19 Revises provisions governing the jurisdiction and control over items manufactured or produced within this State. Assemblyman Hambrick Monitor No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Commerce
812 AB 171   34 Revises provisions governing charter schools. Assemblywoman Benitez-Thompson Passed Senate. To enrollment. Education
813 AB 120   43 Revises provisions governing certain insurance for motor vehicles. Assemblyman Horne Oppose No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Insurance
818 AB 400   21 Revises provisions relating to town advisory boards. Assemblyman Cresent Hardy Neutral No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Local Government
819   SB 315 34 Requires the Commission on Professional Standards in Education to provide for the licensure of teachers and administrators pursuant to an alternative route to licensure. Senator Kieckhefer Assembly Amendment No. 640 concurred in. To enrollment. Education
820   SB 110 20 Revises provisions governing the issuance of business licenses in certain counties and cities in this State. Senator Lee Support Assembly Amendment No. 594 concurred in. To enrollment. Commerce
831 AB 331   52 Makes various changes concerning the use of consumer reports. Assemblyman Conklin Monitor/may Oppose Taken from General File. Placed on Secretary's desk. Management & Labor
836   SB 261 42 Makes various changes relating to the reorganization or combination and reorganization of certain fire protection districts. Senator Hardy Support No further action allowed: rule 14.3.3 Legislative
837   SB 168 54 Makes various changes concerning public health. Senator Hardy Watch Conference report adopted by Assembly. To Committee on Commerce and Labor.
838   SJR 11 C Proposes to amend the Nevada Constitution to authorize the Governor to reduce or veto appropriations or authorizations to expend money. Senator Hardy No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 State Government
839     Revises powers and duties of cities and counties. Assemblyman Conklin Local Government
840   SB 269 24 Makes various changes concerning elections. Senator Hardy Support No further action allowed: rule 14.3.2 Elections
841 AB 179   23 Revises provisions relating to disciplinary action against a public employee. Assemblyman Elliot Anderson Approved by the Governor. Chapter 272. Waiting for Governor. State Government
842   SB 214 S Requires the Department of Transportation to establish a demonstration project for a toll road in connection with the Boulder City Bypass Project. Senator Hardy Oppose No further action allowed: rule 14.3.4 Transportation
844 AB 328   43 Enacts provisions relating to vulnerable highway users. Assemblywoman Benitez-Thompson Oppose Enrolled and delivered to Governor. Waiting on Governor. Transportation
845 AB 508   43 Revises provisions governing mopeds. Assembly Committee on Transportation No further action allowed: rule 14.3.4 Transportation
848 AB 150   58 Revises provisions governing portfolio standards for providers of electric service. Assemblyman Bobzien Monitor Approved by the Governor. Chapter 53. Natural Resources
852 AB 374   S Revises provisions governing the purchase of certain mobile equipment by the Department of Transportation. Assemblywoman Woodbury Support Enrolled and delivered to Governor. Waiting on Governor. Transportation
853     Requires certain disclosures to insured if policy of life insurance may lapse. Assemblywoman Woodbury Insurance
854     Makes various changes relating to economic development. Senator Kihuen State Government
856     Makes various changes relating to education. Senator Kihuen Education
857     Makes various changes relating to school employees, Senator Kihuen Education
861     Revises provisions governing graffiti. Senator Kihuen Commerce
862     Revises provisions governing early childhood education. Assemblywoman Benitez-Thompson Education
865     Makes various changes relating to education technology. Senator Committee on Education Education
866     Makes various changes relating to education reform. Senate Committee on Education Education
867   SB 171 15 Revises the provisions governing the possession of dangerous weapons at certain locations. Senator Leslie No further action allowed: rule 14.3.2 Criminal Justice
868 AB 232   58 Revises provisions governing the payment of certain fees for permits to operate certain oversized and overweight vehicles on the highways of this State. Assemblywoman Woodbury Watch Enrolled and delivered to Governor. Waiting on Governor. Transportation
869   SB 386 32 Makes various changes concerning the taxation of certain tobacco products. Senate Committee on Revenue No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Taxation
870   SB 341 S Directs the Legislative Commission to appoint a subcommittee to conduct an interim study concerning the establishment of a bank that is owned, controlled and operated by this State. Senator Parks Lost Senate. State Government
875 AB 199   54 Revises provisions governing the practice of pharmacy. Assemblywoman Smith Support Passed Senate. To printer. Boards & Commissions
878     Revises provisions relating to workers' compensation. Assemblyman Goicoechea Insurance
881 AB 333   32 Increases taxes on intoxicating liquor and tobacco products. Assemblywoman Pierce Oppose No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Taxation
882 AB 335   32 Imposes excise tax on use of certain services in this State and extends prospective expiration of certain sources and allocations of tax revenue. Assemblywoman Pierce No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Taxation
883 AB 428   32 Revises formula for determining tax on net proceeds of minerals extracted. Assemblywoman Pierce Neutral Waiver granted effective: April 14, 2011. No Action. Taxation
884 AB 170   40 Establishes provisions relating to warnings about the health hazards of smoking during pregnancy. Assemblywoman Pierce Oppose Approved by the Governor. Chapter 182. Health & Human Services
886 AJR 3   R Rescinds all applications made by the Nevada Legislature to the Congress of the United States to call a constitutional convention to propose amendments to the United States Constitution. Assemblyman Ellison No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Legislature
887 AB 478   S Revises the limitation on the principal amount of bonds and other securities that may be issued by the Board of Regents of the University of Nevada to finance certain projects. Assembly Committee on Ways and Means Approved by the Governor. Chapter 179. Finance & Budget
888 AB 476   34 Revises provisions relating to the Trust Fund for the Education of Dependent Children. Assembly Committee on Ways and Means Passed Senate. To enrollment. Finance & Budget
889 AB 474   18 Creates the Sunset Subcommittee of the Legislative Commission to review certain boards and commissions. Assembly Committee on Ways and Means Passed Senate. In Assembly. Boards & Commissions
890 AB 479   23 Revises provisions governing the hours of operation of state offices and the hours of employment of state employees. Assembly Committee on Ways and Means Heard in Committee. Without recommendation. Finance & Budget
891 AB 564   7 Makes various changes to allow for the use of the most recent technology by various business associations, corporations and other entities in carrying out their powers and duties. Assembly Committee on Ways and Means Approved by the Governor. Chapter 168. State Government
892 AB 550   35 Directs the Legislative Commission to conduct an interim study concerning state ports of entry. Assembly Committee on Ways and Means Passed Senate. To enrollment. Transportation
894 AB 231   15 Revises provisions governing concealed firearms. Assemblyman Goedhart Monitor No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 State Government
898 AB 210   53 Clarifies that the relationship between a person who agrees to provide services for certain programs and a person with a disability or mental retardation who is participating in such a program does not constitute employment for the purposes of provisions governing the minimum wage. Assemblyman Sherwood Support No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Labor & Management
899 AB 188   43 Revises provisions governing motor vehicles. Assembly Committee on Transportation Oppose Heard in Committee. No Action. Transportation
902 AB 541   52 Revises provisions governing certain loans. Assembly Committee on Commerce and Labor No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Commerce
904   SB 329 54 Revises provisions governing prescriptions. Senator Breeden Enrolled and delivered to Governor. Waiting on Governor. Health & Human Services
905     Revises provisions governing policies of motor vehicle insurance. Senator Breeden Insurance
910 AB 162   57 Revises provisions governing the use of consumer credit information by an insurer. Assemblyman Aizley No further action allowed: rule 14.3.2 Commerce
913 AB 418   32 Provides for transferable tax credits to attract filmmakers to Nevada. Assemblyman Aizley Oppose No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Commerce
914 AB 343   32 Reduces the amount of the governmental services taxes imposed on certain older motor vehicles. Assemblyman Aizley Oppose No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Taxation
916 AB 191   32 Revises provisions governing the partial abatement of certain taxes. Assemblyman Conklin Heard in Committee. No Action. State Government
922 AB 504   32 Revises provisions governing delinquent taxes. Assembly Committee on Taxation Senate Amendment No. 738 concurred in. To enrollment. Taxation
923   SB 416 32 Provides for the regulation of certain marketing programs or promotions of liquor in retail establishments. Senate Committee on Commerce, Labor and Energy Oppose No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Commerce
927     Makes various changes relating to job training and economic development. Senate Committee on Finance Various Other Bills
928     S Revises provisions governing university and community college tuition and economic development. Senate Committee on Finance Finance & Budget
929     Makes various changes relating to funding of small business loans. Senate Committee on Finance Commerce
930     Revises provisions relating to state-chartered banks and small businesses. Senate Committee on Finance Finance & Budget
932   SB 449 34 Revises provisions governing tuition charges, registration fees and other fees assessed against students in the Nevada System of Higher Education. Senate Committee on Finance Enrolled and delivered to Governor. Waiting on Governor. Education
933   SB 451 34 Revises provisions governing tuition charges, registration fees and other fees assessed against students enrolled in institutions of the Nevada System of Higher Education. Senate Committee on Finance Heard in Committee. No Action. Finance & Budget
940   SB 97 S Extends the prospective expiration of certain provisions governing the list of preferred prescription drugs to be used for the Medicaid program. Senator Wiener Support Approved by the Governor. Chapter 224. Health & Human Services
941 AB 341   43 Revises provisions governing penalties for violations of certain traffic laws. Assemblyman Ellison Monitor No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Transportation
942 AB 578   17 Revises the interim committee structure of the Legislature. Legislative Commission (NRS 218E.150) Passed Senate. To enrollment. Legislature
943 AB 577   17 Makes various changes concerning bill draft requests. Legislative Commission (NRS 218E.150) Passed Senate. To enrollment. Legislature
952 AJR 8   C Proposes to amend the Nevada Constitution to provide for school vouchers. Governor No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 State Government
954 AB 555   34 Revises provisions governing educational personnel. Assembly Committee on Ways and Means Notice of exemption. Mentioned No Jurisdiction. Education
957   SB 291 52 Revises provisions governing operators of tanning establishments. Senator Copening Monitor No further action allowed: rule 14.3.3 Commerce
962 AB 282   15 Revises various provisions concerning firearms. Speaker of the Assembly Monitor Passed Senate. To enrollment. Judiciary
964 AB 405   23 Revises provisions governing the Public Employees’ Retirement System. Speaker of the Assembly Neutral Passed Senate. To enrollment. State Government
965 AB 330   19 Makes various changes to provisions relating to certain government contracts. Speaker of the Assembly Support Passed Senate. To enrollment. State Government
966 AB 297   44 Revises provisions relating to airports in certain counties. Speaker of the Assembly Neutral No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Local Government
971     Revises provisions governing case management systems. Senate Majority Leader State Government
973   SB 359 23 Revises provisions relating to contracts with a governmental entity. Senate Majority Leader Monitor Passed Senate. To Committee on Ways and Means. State Government
974 AB 403   S Requires the adoption of certain permanent regulations. Speaker of the Assembly No further action allowed: rule 14.3.3 State Government
976 AB 352   52 Revises provisions relating to certain trade practices. Assemblywoman Carlton Oppose Approved by the Governor. Chapter 60. Commerce
980   SB 286 31 Revises provisions governing the Merit Award Program. Senator Rhoads Support Approved by the Governor. Chapter 66. Budget/Finance
981   SB 302 42 Prohibits the sale of black powder and smokeless gunpowder to certain persons. Senator Hardy Watch Approved by the Governor. Chapter 106. Commerce
983 AB 383   S Directs the Legislative Commission to conduct an interim study concerning trademark and copyright law. Assemblyman Hickey Monitor Passed Senate. To enrollment. Commerce
985     Makes verious changes concerning transfers of public land for economic development. Senator Parks Judiciary
987   SB 202 19 Revises provisions governing the sale of contact lenses. Senator Lee Watch No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Commerce
989 AB 223   2 Makes various changes concerning the execution on property of a judgment debtor or defendant. Assemblyman Segerbloom Watch Enrolled and delivered to Governor. Waiting on Governor. Judiciary
990   SB 224 40 Requires certain substances known as fake cocaine to be included on the list of schedule I controlled substances. Senator Parks Support No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Health & Human Services
993   SB 290 52 Revises provisions governing deceptive trade practices. Senator Copening Monitor No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Commerce
994   SB 238 43 Revises provisions concerning the Advisory Board on Automotive Affairs. Senator Manendo Enrolled and delivered to Governor. Waiting on Governor. Boards & Commissions
995 AB 340   53 Revises provisions governing occupational safety. Assemblyman Ellison Watch No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Commerce
996 AB 363   43 Revises provisions governing manufactured housing. Assemblyman Ellison Heard in Committee. No Action. Commerce
1000   SB 376 15 Increases the penalty for certain technological crimes. Senator Cegavske Monitor Assembly Amendment No. 732 concurred in. To enrollment. Commerce
1001     Revises provisions governing emissions testing for motor vehicles. Assemblyman Kirner Transportation
1002 AB 396   3 Revises provisions relating to industrial insurance involving certain employees who are injured during certain cooperative governmental activities. Assemblywoman Diaz Oppose Approved by the Governor. Chapter 169. Local Government
1003 AB 327   24 Revises provisions governing elections. Assemblyman Hambirck Monitor No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Judiciary
1004   SB 206 17 Requires legislative lobbyists to file reports concerning lobbying activities when the Legislature is not in session. Senator Leslie Monitor Heard in Committee. No Action. Legislative Opperations
1008   SB 322 43 Revises provisions governing motor vehicles. Senator Kieckhefer Approved by the Governor. Chapter 233. Transportation
1010 AB 338   23 Provides for reconsideration of personnel decisions for public employees. Assemblyman Aizley Oppose No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 State Government
1011   SB 293 3 Makes various changes relating to certain nonprofit organizations. Senator Cegavkse Watch Passed Assembly. To enrollment. Commerce
1012   SB 379 40 Revises provisions governing the inspection by the Health Division of the Department of Health and Human Services of certain facilities and offices regulated by the Health Division. Senator Kieckhefer Watch Heard in Committee. Amend, and do pass as amended. Health & Human Services
1013   SJR 14 C Proposes to amend the Nevada Constitution to create an intermediate appellate court. Senate Committee on Judiciary File No. 26. Judiciary
1014 AB 354   23 Revises provisions relating to the State Personnel System. Assemblyman Segerblom Passed Senate. To enrollment. State Government
1015 AB 221   54 Establishes provisions governing certain acts of pharmacists. Assembly Committee on Commerce and Labor Oppose No further action allowed: rule 14.3.2 Health & Human Services
1018   SB 213 53 Revises provisions governing the registration requirements for employee leasing companies. Senator Schneider Watch Approved by the Governor. Chapter 267. Commerce
1020     Revises provisions governing energy retrofit projections. Senator Schnieder Energy
1021 AB 473   24 Revises provisions governing elections. Assembly Committee on Legislative Operations and Elections. Senate Amendment No. 836 concurred in. To enrollment. Elections
1022 AB 397   24 Makes various changes to provisions governing mechanical voting systems. Assemblyman McArthur Watch No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Elections
1023     Revises provisions relating to correctional officers. Senate Committee on Finance Budget/Finance
1026   SB 288 58 Revises provisions governing renewable energy. Senator Settelmeyer Monitor No further action allowed: rule 14.3.3 Energy
1029 AB 261   6 Increases the monetary limit in actions for small claims adjudicated in a justice court. Assemblyman Hansen Monitor Approved by the Governor. Chapter 34. Judiciary
1030 AB 434   24 Revises provisions governing elections. Assemblyman Cresent Hardy Support No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Elections
1031   SB 407 58 Revises provisions relating to tow cars. Senate Committee on Transportations No further action allowed: rule 14.3.3 Transportation
1034     Revises provisions governing public employees. Senate Committee on Finance State Government
1036   SB 342 23 Revises provisions governing collective bargaining between local governments and employees. Senator Roberson Watch No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1on Legislative Operations and Elections. To printer Senator Cegavski
Senator Brower
1038 AB 293   3 Requires a person who owns or controls the premises on which an injury or death allegedly occurred to produce certain evidence under certain circumstances. Assemblyman Horne Oppose No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Commerce
1043 AB 349   40 Revises provisions relating to controlled substances. Assemblywoman Mastroluca No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Judiciary
1045 AB 311   24 Revises provisions governing early voting. Assemblyman Cresent Hardy Oppose No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 State Government
1047 AB 367   34 Enacts provisions relating to school choice. Assemblyman Hansen Monitor No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Education
1048 AB 305   15 Increases the penalty for certain crimes committed against older or vulnerable persons. Assemblyman Kite Support No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Judiciary
1049 AB 351   58 Revises provisions governing certain motor carriers. Assemblywoman Carlton Monitor Senate Amendment Nos. 737 and 971 concurred in. To enrollment. Transportation
1051   SB 320 58 Revises provisions governing certain motor carriers. Senator Manendo Assembly Amendment No. 932 concurred in. To enrollment. Transportation
1052   SB 253 57 Requires certain policies of health insurance and health care plans to provide coverage for tobacco cessation treatments. Senator Hardy Oppose No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Health & Human Services
1054   SB 252 53 Revises provisions governing compensation for overtime. Senator Hardy Support No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Management & Labor
1055   SB 337 40 Revises provisions governing persons who may receive an anatomical gift. Senator Kieckhefer Approved by the Governor. Chapter 234. Health & Human Services
1057   SB 350 57 Revises provisions concerning policies of health insurance and health care plans that provide coverage for dental care. Senator Hardy Watch No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Health & Human Services
1058   SB 233 18 Makes various changes concerning the administration of grants. Senator Parks Watch Enrolled and delivered to Governor. Waiting on Governor. State Government
1060   SB 279 15 Revises provisions concerning the renewal of permits to carry concealed firearms. Senator Gustavson Monitor No further action allowed: rule 14.3.3 Judiciary
1061 AB 426   22 Makes various changes concerning the operation of certain vending stands. Senator Brower Oppose No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Local Government
1064 AB 359   58 Revises provisions governing energy. Assemblyman Goicoechea Monitor Enrolled and delivered to Governor. Waiting on Governor. Energy
1065 AB 357   34 Limits the use of certain property or the proceeds of certain property by the Board of Regents of the University of Nevada. Assemblyman Goicoechea Oppose Heard in Committee. Without recommendation, and rerefer. State Government
1066 AB 438   40 Revises provisions governing the medical use of marijuana. Assemblyman Goedhart Watch No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Health & Human Services
1070   SB 312 58 Makes various changes relating to transportation. Senator Gustavson No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 State Government
1072 AB 415   3 Limits the liability of certain independent contractors. Assemblyman Sherwood Support No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Commerce
1074   SB 292 57 Revises provisions relating to insurance. Senator Schneider Monitor Enrolled and delivered to Governor. Waiting on Governor. Insurance
1077   SB 298 40 Enacts provisions governing noxious odors. Senator McGinness Monitor No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Natural Resources
1078   SB 296 31 Creates the Pooled Fiscal Emergency Fund to assist in providing financial stability for certain counties. Senator McGinness No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Local Government
1079 AB 427   40 Directs the Legislative Commission to conduct an interim study concerning the establishment of a program requiring the payment of deposits and refunds onrecyclable products sold in this State. Assemblyman Ohrenschall Oppose Passed Senate. To enrollment. Commerce
1081     Revises provisions governing crimal procedure. Assemblyman Munford Judiciary
1082 AB 442   58 Establishes the Community Solar Garden Demonstration Program. Assemblyman Brooks Monitor No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Energy
1086   SB 489 43 Revises provisions relating to drivers' licenses and identification cards. Senate Committee on Transportation No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Transportation
1088     Revises provisions governing regulation of taxicabs. Senator Cegavske Transportation
1089 AB 540   57 Revises provisions governing the Nevada Life and Health Insurance Guaranty Association. Assembly Committee on Commerce and Labor No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Insurance
1092 AB 514   35 Revises provisions governing advertising near certain highways and roads. Assembly Committee on Transportation. No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Transportation
1093 AB 510   58 Revises provisions governing the allocation of taxicabs by the Taxicab Authority. Assembly Committee on Transportation No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Transportation
1095 AB 509   58 Revises provisions governing motor carriers. Assembly Committee on Transportation No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Transportation
1096     ACR: Express support for the development of Interstate 11 Surrface Transportation between Las Vegas, Nevada and Phoenix, Arizona. Assembly Committee on Legislative Operations and Elections Transportation
1097 AB 264   20 Revises provisions relating to constables. Assemblywoman Kirkpatrick Watch No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Local Government
1100   SB 303 43 Revises provisions governing the issuance of special license plates, special parking placards and special parking stickers to persons with a permanent disability. Senator McGinness No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Transportation
1101   SB 241 24 Revises provisions relating to initiative petitions. Senator Rhoads Watch No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Elections
1104   SB 411 54 Provides for the regulation of medication aides. Senate Committee on Commerce, Labor & Energy Approved by the Governor. Chapter 255. Health & Human Services
1105   SB 412 54 Provides for the regulation of the practice of complementary integrative medicine. Senate Committee on Commerce, Labor & Energy No further action allowed: rule 14.3.3 Health & Human Services
1107   SB 414 55 Revises provisions relating to financial institutions. Senate Committee on Commerce, Labor & Energy Monitor Enrolled and delivered to Governor. Waiting on Governor. Commerce
1108   SB 417 40 Provides for the placement of recycling containers in certain locations. Senate Committee on Natural Resources Monitor Approved by the Governor. Chapter 254. Natural Resources
1109 AB 511   43 Revises certain provisions governing transportation. Assembly Committee on Tranportation Senate Amendment No. 938 concurred in. To enrollment. Transportation
1112 AB 502   24 Revises provisions relating to ballots. Assembly Committee on Legislative Operations & Elections No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Elections
1114   SB 389 40 Enacts provisions requiring the payment of deposits and refunds on certain beverage containers sold in this State. Senate Committee on Natural Resources Oppose No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Natural Resources
1115 AB 537   54 Revises provisions governing prohibited acts for certain health care practitioners. Assembly Committee on Commerce & Labor Approved by the Governor. Chapter 58. Health & Human Services
1116   SB 391 23 Revises provisions relating to ethics in government. Senate Committee on Legislative Operations & Elections No further action allowed: rule 14.3.3 State Government
1117   SB 390 24 Revises provisions relating to the statewide voter registration list. Senate Committee on Legislative Operations & Elections Approved by the Governor. Chapter 189. Elections
1121 AB 256   53 Revises various provisions governing workers' compensation. Assembly Committee on Commerce & Labor Oppose No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Insurance
1130 AB 538   54 Revises provisions governing the regulation of pawnbrokers. Assembly Committee on Commerce & Labor Monitor Approved by the Governor. Chapter 63. Commerce
1142   SB 401 28 Revises provisions relating to public works. Senate Select Committee on Economic Growth & Employment Monitor No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Energy
1145   SB 406 43 Requires the Department of Motor Vehicles to waive certain fees owed by certain military personnel. Senate Committee on Transportation Approved by the Governor. Chapter 70. Budget/Finance
1146     Revises provisions governing state and local financial administration. Assembly Committee on Taxation Budget/Finance
1147 AB 505   32 Revises provisions relating to governmental financial administration. Assembly Committee on Taxation Heard in Committee. No Action. Budget/Finance
1148     Makes various changes relating to state financial administration. Assembly Committee on Taxation Budget/Finance
1150   SB 491 31 Makes various changes regarding public revenue and taxation. Senate Committee on Revenue Waiver granted effective: 04/14/2011 Mentioned no jurisdiction. Taxation
1151   SJR 15 C Proposes to amend the Nevada Constitution to remove the separate tax rate and manner of assessing and distributing the tax on mines and the proceeds of mines. Senate Committee on Revenue Passed Assembly. To enrollment. Taxation
1152   SB 493 32 Creates the Mining Oversight and Accountability Commission and revises the provisions governing certain mining taxes and fees. Senate Committee on Revenue Assembly Amendment No. 980 concurred in. To enrollment. Taxation
1153   SCR 4 R Rejects Initiative Petition No. 1. Senate Committee on Revenue File No. 10. Taxation
1155   SB 431 7 Authorizes the Secretary of State to make broader use of revenue from the enforcement of securities laws. Budget & Planning, Division of-Administration Notice of exemption. Mentioned Not Agendized. State Government
1156   SB 426 58 Makes various changes related to energy. Budget & Planning, Division of-Administration Monitor Enrolled and delivered to Governor. Waiting on Governor. Energy
1157 AB 519   18 Makes various changes relating to the Office for Consumer Health Assistance. Budget & Planning, Division of-Administration Approved by the Governor. Chapter 221. Health & Human Services
1161   SB 427 18 Provides for the merger , movement and reorganization of certain state agencies. Budget & Planning, Division of-Administration Assembly Amendment No. 978 concurred in. To enrollment. State Government
1164 AB 517   31 Revises provisions governing the proposed budget for the Executive Department of the State Government. Budget & Planning, Division of-Administration Heard in Committee. Discussed as BDR. Budget/Finance
1165 AB 500   41 Temporarily revises distribution of revenue from certain licensing fees for slot machines. Budget & Planning, Division of-Administration Approved by the Governor. Chapter 220. Budget/Finance
1166 AB 561   31 Makes various changes concerning governmental financial administration. Budget & Planning, Division of-Administration Passed Senate. To enrollment. Budget/Finance
1167   SB 423 38 Revises provisions concerning assistance to certain older persons and persons with physical disabilities. Budget & Planning, Division of-Administration Passed Assembly. To enrollment. Budget/Finance
1169   SB 422 15 Requires counties to pay for the use of services offered by the Aging and Disability Services Division of the Department of Health and Human Services. Budget & Planning, Division of-Administration Notice of exemption. Budget/Finance
1171 AB 499   31 Authorizes the Department of Health and Human Services to transfer sums appropriated to the Department among the various budget accounts of the Department under certain circumstances. Budget & Planning, Division of-Administration Heard in Committee. No Action. Budget/Finance
1175   SB 434 31 Makes various changes regarding funding and autonomy of Nevada System of Higher Education. Budget & Planning, Division of-Administration Passed Senate. To Committee on Ways and Means. Taxation
1176 AB 496   S Makes a supplemental appropriation to the Budget and Planning Division of the Department of Administration for increased costs of the single audit. Budget & Planning, Division of-Administration Heard in Committee. Indefinitely postponed. Budget/Finance
1180 AB 488   S Delays prospective change in allocation of proceeds from certain room taxes. Budget & Planning, Division of-Administration Heard in Committee. Mentioned No Jursidiction. Taxation
1184   SB 441 43 Revises provisions governing the processing at self-service terminals or kiosks of certain transactions with the Department of Motor Vehicles. Budget & Planning, Division of-Administration Approved by the Governor. Chapter 213. Transportation
1189 AB 521   57 Consolidates certain funds and accounts of the Division of Insurance of the Department of Business and Industry into the Fund for Insurance Administration and Enforcement. Budget & Planning, Division of-Administration Approved by the Governor. Chapter 222. Insurance
1196   SB 485 38 Revises provisions governing the payment of certain expenses for the provision of care pursuant to the State Plan for Medicaid. Budget & Planning, Division of-Administration Passed Assembly. To enrollment. Health & Human Services
1199 AB 524   54 Increases certain fees for residential and general appraisers to cover an increase in federal registry fees. Budget & Planning, Division of-Administration Passed Senate. To printer. Budget/Finance
1211 AB 522   S Authorizes the issuance of bonds for projects and programs to protect, preserve and obtain the benefits of the property and natural resources of this State. Budget & Planning, Division of-Administration Heard in Committee. No Action. Budget/Finance
1214   SB 433 58 Eliminates the position of Deputy Commissioner of the Nevada Transportation Authority. Budget & Planning, Division of-Administration Heard in Committee. No Action. Transportation
1221   SB 468 40 Makes various changes related to the Department of Motor Vehicles. Budget & Planning, Division of-Administration Heard in Committee. Mentioned no jurisdiction. Transportation
1225 AB 483   S Makes a supplemental appropriation to the State Distributive School Account for unanticipated shortfalls in Fiscal Year 2010-2011 in certain tax revenue. Administration, Department of Approved by the Governor. Chapter 117. Budget/Finance
1237   SB 481 S Makes an appropriation to the Interim Finance Committee for allocation to the State Treasurer. Administration, Department of Approved by the Governor. Chapter 249. Budget/Finance
1238   SB 486 S Makes an appropriation to the Office of the State Treasurer for the Millennium Scholarship Program. Administration, Department of Passed Assembly. To enrollment. Budget/Finance
1267 AB 494   S Makes appropriations to restore the balances in the Stale Claims Account, Emergency Account, Reserve for Statutory Contingency Account and Contingency Fund. Administration, Department of Passed Senate. To enrollment. Budget/Finance
1268     Requires performance audit of tax collection functions of the Department of Taxation. Emergency Request of Senate Majority Leader Taxation
1269   SB 344 24 Enacts the Agreement Among the States to Elect the President by National Popular Vote. Senator Parks No further action allowed: rule 14.3.1 Elections
1270     Revises provisions governing the Fund to Stabilize the Operation of the State Government. Budget & Planning, Division of-Administration Budget/Finance
1274   SB 488 58 Revises provisions relating to energy. Commerce, Labor and Energy Heard in Committee. Without recommendation, and rerefer. Energy
1280   SB 496 58 Makes various changes relating to renewable energy. Senate Commerce, Labor & Energy No further action allowed: rule 14.3.3 Energy
1285   SB 498 41 Expands the authorized use of proceeds from the additional fee for each ticket sold for admission to a live professional contest of unarmed combat. Finance Enrolled and delivered to Governor. Waiting on Governor.
1290 AB 569   32 Imposes a Nevada transaction tax. Ways and Means Heard in Committee. No Action. Taxation
1291   SB 500 17 Revises the legislative districts from which members of the Senate and Assembly are elected and revises the districts from which Representatives of Congress are elected. Legislative Operations and Elections To Committee. Not Heard.
1292 AB 568   S Ensures sufficient funding for K-12 public education for the 2011-2013 biennium. Ways and Means Placed on Chief Clerk's desk. Budget
1294 AB 571   15 Revises provisions governing prohibitions on smoking tobacco. Ways and Means Passed Senate. To enrollment.
1297 ACR 11   R Amends the Joint Standing Rules of the Senate and Assembly for the 76th Session of the Nevada Legislature to extend the second House passage deadline from May 27, 2011, until May 30, 2011. Legislative Operations and Elections File No. 34. Legislative
1298 AR 9   R Designates Assembly members of the Legislative Commission for the 2011-2013 biennium. Legislative Operations and Elections File No. 39. Legislative
1299   SR 5 R Designates Senate members of the Legislative Commission for the 2011-2013 biennium. Legislative Operations and Elections File No. 40. Legislative
1301   SB 501 22 Authorizes the creation of an event facility district in certain counties. Finance Heard in Committee. No Action.