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RESOLUTIONS AND MEMORIALS

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SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Adopting joint rules for the 62nd session of the legislature and adding an earlier limitation on requests for bill drafting. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 1–Senators Gibson, Lamb and Jacobsen.

2101

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ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Providing for the appointment of attaches. Assembly Resolution No. 1–Committee on Legislative Functions.

2102

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ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Providing allowances to the leaders and other members of the assembly for periodicals, stamps, stationery and communications. Assembly Resolution No. 2–Committee on Legislative Functions.

2102

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ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Adopting Assembly Standing Rules for the 62nd session of the legislature. Assembly Resolution No. 3–Committee on Legislative Functions.

2103

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SENATE RESOLUTION–Adopting Senate Standing Rules for the 62nd session of the legislature. Senate Resolution No. 1–Senators Gibson, Ashworth and Jacobsen.

2103

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SENATE RESOLUTION–Providing allowances to the leadership and other members of the senate for periodicals, stamps, stationery and communications. Senate Resolution No. 2–Senators Gibson and Faiss.

2105

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SENATE RESOLUTION–Providing for the appointment of attaches. Senate Resolution No. 3–Senators Gibson and Faiss.

2106

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ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Repealing Assembly Standing Rule No. 104. Assembly Resolution No. 4–Assemblymen Brady and Vergiels.

2106

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SENATE RESOLUTION–Amending Senate Standing Rule 120 to change the order of business. Senate Resolution No. 4–Senators Gibson and Ashworth.

2106

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SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing Harvey Dickerson, former attorney general. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 3–Senators Raggio, Ashworth, Bilbray, Blakemore, Faiss, Foley, Gibson, Glaser, Glover, Hernstadt, Hickey, Horn, Jacobsen, Lamb, Mello, Neal, Robinson, Ryan, Townsend, Wagner and Wilson.

2107

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SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Amending Joint Rule 6 to reduce the number of copies of a bill that a legislator is entitled to distribute free of charge. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 4–Senator Ashworth.

2108

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SENATE RESOLUTION–Providing for the appointment of additional senate attaches. Senate Resolution No. 5–Senators Faiss and Gibson.

2109

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SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Creating a committee to study the state’s program of group insurance and report back to the 62nd session of the legislature. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 5–Senators Wagner, Gibson, Mello, Jacobsen, Blakemore and Townsend.

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ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commemorating Nevada Boy Scout Day, February 7, 1983. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 5–Assemblymen Schofield, Banner, Bergevin, Berkley, Beyer, Bilyeu, Bogaert, Bourne, Brady, Bremner, Chaney, Coffin, Collins, Craddock, Dini, DuBois, Fay, Francis, Getto, Ham, Humke, Jeffrey, Joerg, Kerns, Kovacs, Malone, Marvel, May, Nevin, Nicholas, Perry, Price, Redelsperger, Sader, Sedway, Stewart, Stone, Swain, Thomas, Thompson, Vergiels and Zimmer.

2110

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SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late Lino W. “Lee” DePaoli. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 8–Senators Raggio, Wagner, Mello, Townsend, Wilson, Blakemore, Ashworth and Robinson.

2111

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ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Providing for the appointment of an additional assembly attache. Assembly Resolution No. 5–Committee on Legislative Functions.

2111

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ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late Louis J. Isola. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 6–Assemblymen Dini, Getto, Bergevin and Marvel.

2112

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SENATE RESOLUTION–Providing for the appointment of additional senate attaches. Senate Resolution No. 6–Committee on Legislative Affairs.

2112

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SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to amend article 10 of the constitution of the State of Nevada, relating to taxation, by adding a new section which exempts food for human consumption from sales and use tax. Senate Joint Resolution No. 3 of the 61st Session–Senators Getto, Don Ashworth, Keith Ashworth, Bilbray, Blakemore, Close, Echols, Faiss, Ford, Gibson, Glaser, Jacobsen, Kosinski, Lamb, McCorkle, Neal, Raggio, Wagner and Wilson.

2113

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ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Memorializing Congress to remove the limits on subsidized bonds for housing. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 6–Assemblymen Jeffrey, Banner, Bergevin, Berkley, Beyer, Bilyeu, Bogaert, Bourne, Brady, Bremner, Chaney, Coffin, Collins, Craddock, Dini, DuBois, Fay, Francis, Getto, Ham, Humke, Joerg, Kerns, Kovacs, Malone, Marvel, May, Nevin, Nicholas, Perry, Price, Redelsperger, Sader, Schofield, Sedway, Stewart, Stone, Swain, Thomas, Thompson, Vergiels and Zimmer.

2113

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ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Thanking Wayne Newton for his participation in the opening ceremonies of the 62nd session of the legislature and commending him for his contributions to Nevada. Assembly Resolution No. 6–Assemblymen Schofield, Banner, Bergevin, Berkley, Beyer, Bilyeu, Bogaert, Bourne, Brady, Bremner, Chaney, Coffin, Collins, Craddock, Dini, DuBois, Fay, Francis, Getto, Ham, Humke, Jeffrey, Joerg, Kerns, Kovacs, Malone, May, Nevin, Nicholas, Price, Redelsperger, Sader, Sedway, Stewart, Stone, Swain, Thomas, Thompson, Vergiels, Zimmer, Perry and Malone.

2114

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ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Commending William W. Morris on his service to Nevada. Assembly Resolution No. 7–Assemblymen Vergiels, Kovacs, Schofield, Collins, Beyer, DuBois, Sedway, Chaney, Sader, Bremner, Dini, Marvel, Coffin, Perry, Redelsperger, Thompson, Stewart, Price, Humke, Ham, Thomas, Francis, Kerns, Craddock, Nevin, Bergevin, Berkley, Bourne, Stone, Malone, Fay, Brady, Bogaert, Nicholas, Bilyeu, Joerg, Swain, Zimmer, Jeffrey, Getto, Banner and May.

2115

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ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commending Lear Fan Limited for their perseverance in the completion of the Lear Fan which enabled them to receive a national achievement award. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 9–Assemblymen Beyer, Kerns, Bourne, Bilyeu, Bogaert, Nevin, Swain, Nicholas, Humke, Stone, Schofield, Sader, Joerg, Zimmer, Redelsperger, Dini, Coffin, Brady, Thompson, Chaney, DuBois, Ham, Vergiels, Banner, May, Kovacs, Fay, Sedway, Francis, Berkley, Craddock, Bergevin, Collins, Jeffrey, Malone, Stewart, Perry, Marvel, Price, Getto and Bremner.

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SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late Anna Jacobsen Watson. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 9–Senators Glover, Ashworth, Bilbray, Blakemore, Faiss, Foley, Gibson, Glaser, Hernstadt, Hickey, Horn, Jacobsen, Lamb, Mello, Neal, Raggio, Robinson, Ryan, Townsend, Wagner and Wilson.

2117

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ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Providing for the appointment of additional assembly attaches. Assembly Resolution No. 8–Committee on Legislative Functions.

2118

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SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to amend the Nevada constitution and to provide for the taxation of minerals by value. Senate Joint Resolution No. 21 of the 61st Session–Committee on Taxation.

2118

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SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commending the Junior Leagues of Las Vegas and Reno and designating February 23 as Junior League Day. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 12–Senators Foley, Ashworth, Bilbray, Blakemore, Faiss, Gibson, Glaser, Glover, Hernstadt, Hickey, Horn, Jacobsen, Lamb, Mello, Neal, Raggio, Robinson, Ryan, Townsend, Wagner and Wilson.

2120

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ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Authorizing expenditure from the legislative fund for the payment of a speaker to appear before a standing committee of the Assembly during the 62nd session of the legislature. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 4–Committee on Economic Development, Tourism and Mining.

2121

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ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to amend the Nevada constitution to remove the prohibition against increasing judges or changing the number of judicial districts during the term of an incumbent. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 30 of the 61st Session–Assemblymen Rusk and Barengo.

2121

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SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Creating a special joint committee to study the need for and fairness of the rates charged by public utilities and providing for its support. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 7–Senator Lamb.

2122

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SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing amendments to articles 6 and 15 of the Nevada constitution to establish staggered terms for district judges and provide other matters incidental thereto. Senate Joint Resolution No. 32 of the 61st Session–Committee on Judiciary.

2123

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ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the personnel division of the department of general services to reduce the time required for certification of lists of persons eligible to fill vacancies in positions in the classified service of the state. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 1–Committee on Government Affairs.

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ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the personnel division of the department of general services to report to the legislature concerning its progress in carrying out the recommendations of the legislative committee to study personnel administration in state government. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 2–Committee on Government Affairs.

2127

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ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Authorizing expenditure from the legislative fund for travel allowances and per diem expense allowances to members of three committees to attend a hearing in Las Vegas, Nevada. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 7–Committee on Judiciary.

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ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to amend sections 9 and 10 of article 8 of the constitution of the State of Nevada to remove any prohibition against the deposit of public money in any bank, mutually owned depository or savings and loan association. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 25 of the 61st Session–Committee on Commerce.

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ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commemorating Black History Month and commending the Black citizens of Nevada. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 13–Assemblymen Chaney, Collins, Swain, Sedway, Bourne, Kovacs, Zimmer, Ham, Getto, Banner, Nevin, Stone, Bogaert, May, Stewart, Fay, Jeffrey, Sader, Perry, Price, Bergevin, Malone, Marvel, Bremner, Schofield, Beyer, Thomas, Francis, Joerg, DuBois, Nicholas, Brady, Dini, Thompson, Redelsperger, Humke, Berkley, Craddock, Kerns, Bilyeu, Vergiels and Coffin.

2129

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SENATE RESOLUTION–Commending the Runnin’ Rebels of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, for being the number one college basketball team in the United States. Senate Resolution No. 7–Senators Bilbray, Foley, Horn, Gibson, Hernstadt, Glover, Neal, Ashworth, Glaser, Blakemore, Raggio, Wagner, Ryan, Mello, Hickey, Robinson, Faiss and Jacobsen.

2129

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SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to amend the Nevada constitution to permit the legislature to delegate the task of reconciling separate bills amending the same provision of law. Senate Joint Resolution No. 39 of the 61st Session–Committee on Legislative Affairs.

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ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commending parent-teacher associations and designating February 28, 1983, as Nevada PTA Day. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 14–Assemblymen Getto, Schofield, Ham, Humke, Bilyeu, Kerns, Nevin, Price, Thompson, Thomas, Craddock, Zimmer, Bergevin, Bremner, Marvel, Berkley, Vergiels, Joerg, Bourne, Banner, Fay, Malone, Kovacs, Sader, Nicholas, Stone, Brady; Jeffrey, Stewart, Collins, May, Swain, Bogaert, Redelsperger, Francis, Coffin, Perry, Sedway, Dini, Beyer, Chaney and DuBois.

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SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Designating March 1, 1983, as Nevada Retailers’ Day. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 13–Senators Jacobsen, Ashworth, Bilbray, Blakemore, Faiss, Foley, Gibson, Glaser, Glover, Hernstadt, Hickey, Horn, Lamb, Mello, Neal, Raggio, Robinson, Ryan, Townsend, Wagner and Wilson.

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ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Authorizing expenditure from the legislative fund to pay certain travel allowances of the staff of standing committees, special committees and subcommittees of the legislature during the 62nd session of the legislature. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 10–Committee on Ways and Means.

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ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commending Hugh O’Brian Youth Foundation. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 15–Assemblymen Bogaert, Zimmer, Kovacs, Banner, Ham, May, Fay, Stone, Nevin, Malone, Bergevin, Collins, Vergiels, Humke, Berkley, Craddock, Kerns, Bilyeu, Francis, Joerg, Nicholas, Brady, Jeffrey, Stewart, Getto, Price, Sader, Beyer, Thomas, Chaney, Coffin, Swain, Bourne, Redelsperger, DuBois, Sedway, Thompson, Dini, Schofield, Perry, Bremner and Marvel.

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ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Commending Mike O’Callaghan for his public service. Assembly Resolution No. 9–Assemblymen Vergiels, Kovacs, Thompson, Thomas, Getto, Bogaert, Kerns, Ham, Zimmer, Jeffrey, Joerg, Bilyeu, Humke, Stone, Bergevin, Nicholas, Malone, Fay, Nevin, Sader, Bourne, Swain, Collins, Francis, Chaney, DuBois, Beyer, Dini, Sedway, Brady, Redelsperger, Berkley, Craddock, Coffin, Marvel, May, Stewart, Perry, Bremner, Banner, Price and Schofield.

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44

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to amend the Nevada constitution to exclude from the limitations on state indebtedness obligations incurred by the state to finance the purchase of securities issued by certain municipalities. Senate Joint Resolution No. 33 of the 61st Session–Committee on Government Affairs.

2134

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ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commending members of Kiwanis clubs and designating March 3, 1983, as Kiwanis Day. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 16–Assemblyman Thomas.

2135

46

ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Commending girls’ basketball team of Reno High School. Assembly Resolution No. 10–Assemblymen Kerns, Humke, Nicholas, Bogaert, Stone, Nevin, Swain, Bourne, Sader, Thomas and Beyer.

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47

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late Noel Clark. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 15–Senators Jacobsen, Ashworth, Bilbray, Blakemore, Faiss, Foley, Gibson, Glaser, Glover, Hernstadt, Hickey, Horn, Mello, Neal, Robinson, Ryan, Townsend, Wagner and Wilson.

2136

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SENATE RESOLUTION–Providing for the appointment of an additional senate attache. Senate Resolution No. 8–Senator Gibson.

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SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Urging the President of the United States, the Secretary of the Interior and the Congress of the United States to take appropriate action to revoke the withdrawal of public land surrounding springs and waterholes from settlement, location, sale or entry. Senate Joint Resolution No. 10–Committee on Natural Resources.

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SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late Dr. Joseph F. Stein. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 16–Senators Raggio, Jacobsen, Wilson, Wagner and Mello.

2138

51

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Inviting the National Conference of State Legislatures to hold its 1988 annual conference in Reno, Nevada. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 17–Senator Ashworth.

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SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late Hugo Quilici, former mayor of the City of Reno. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 18–Senators Raggio, Ashworth, Bilbray, Blakemore, Faiss, Foley, Gibson, Glaser, Glover, Hickey, Horn, Lamb, Mello, Neal, Robinson, Ryan, Townsend, Wagner and Wilson.

2140

53

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to amend the Nevada constitution to remove the provision for taxing shares of stock in banking corporations. Senate Joint Resolution No. 3–Committee on Taxation.

2141

54

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Urging Congress to support the construction and operation of a high-speed train between Las Vegas, Nevada, and Los Angeles, California. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 15–Committee on Legislative Functions.

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ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Encouraging the supreme court to take prompt action to adopt rules allowing lawyers to place certain money of their clients into interest-bearing trust accounts whose interest would be transmitted to a nonprofit, tax exempt foundation for the financing of legal services for the poor. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 8–Committee on Judiciary.

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SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Recognizing the role of women in politics and designating March 16, 1983, as Nevada Women in Politics Day. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 20–Senators Wagner, Foley, Mello, Raggio, Townsend, Ryan, Horn, Glover, Hickey, Robinson, Neal, Glaser, Faiss, Hernstadt, Bilbray, Jacobsen, Blakemore, Lamb and Wilson.

2144

57

SENATE RESOLUTION–Providing for the appointment of an additional senate attache. Senate Resolution No. 9–Senator Faiss.

2145

58

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Memoralizing the Congress of the United States to repeal the requirement for the withholding of income tax from interest and dividends paid. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 12–Assemblymen Vergiels, Brady, Ham, Berkley, Malone, Bogaert, Stone, Bourne, Collins, Getto, Nicholas, Price, Nevin, Kerns, Swain, Humke, Banner, Zimmer, Bilyeu, Francis, Sader, Thompson, May, Craddock, Jeffrey, Fay, Joerg, Chaney, Thomas, Beyer, Perry, Sedway, Marvel, Bergevin, Dini, Stewart, Schofield, Kovacs, Redelsperger, DuBois, Bremner and Coffin.

2145

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SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Recognizing, upon his retirement, the distinguished service of the Reverend C. Harold Van Zee. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 19–Senators Glaser, Ashworth, Bilbray, Blakemore, Faiss, Foley, Gibson, Glover, Hernstadt, Hickey, Horn, Jacobsen, Lamb, Mello, Neal, Raggio, Robinson, Ryan, Townsend, Wagner and Wilson.

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ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commending the Girl Scouts of the United States of America on Girl Scout Week which was March 6 through March 12, 1983. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 19–Assemblymen Zimmer, Schofield, Collins, Swain, Brady, Coffin, Thomas, Kovacs, Beyer, Nicholas, Chaney, DuBois, Sedway, Dini, Thompson, Redelsperger, Humke, Berkley, Bilyeu, Sader, Perry, Price, Bremner, Nevin, Marvel, Stone, Fay, Bogaert, May, Stewart, Getto, Ham, Vergiels, Banner, Craddock, Kerns, Joerg, Francis, Malone, Bergevin, Jeffrey and Bourne.

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ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Designating March 24, 1983, as Day To Be Aware of the Deaf. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 20–Assemblymen Nevin, Schofield, Kovacs, Zimmer, Swain, Thomas, Getto, Ham, Bourne, Banner, Stone, Fay, Bogaert, Jeffrey, May, Stewart, Nicholas, Joerg, Francis, Bilyeu, Kerns, Craddock, Berkley, Thompson, Humke, Sader, Collins, Price, Bergevin, Malone, Perry, Marvel, Bremner, Chaney, DuBois, Sedway, Brady, Beyer, Coffin, Dini, Redelsperger and Vergiels.

2148

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SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to amend section 9 of article 6 of the constitution to allow the legislature to make the municipal court a court of record. Senate Joint Resolution No. 8–Committee on Judiciary.

2148

63

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to amend sections 6 and 15 of article 4 of the constitution of the State of Nevada to require the legislature to establish procedures for its standing and select committees and to abolish executive sessions of the senate. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 2 of the 61st Session–Assemblymen Coulter and Barengo.

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64

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Urging Congress to enact legislation permitting recipients of supplemental security income who are mentally retarded or physically handicapped to accumulate savings without inclusion of the amounts in the computation of income and resources for the purpose of determining eligibility. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 1–Committee on Health and Welfare.

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ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Declaring the week of April 6, 1983, as Nevada Thunderbird Week. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 22–Assemblymen Price, Dini, Thompson, Redelsperger, Humke, Berkley, Craddock, Kerns, Bilyeu, Swain, Francis, Zimmer, Joerg, Coffin, Sedway, DuBois, Chaney, Beyer, Nicholas, Schofield, Brady, Jeffrey, Stewart, Getto, May, Ham, Bogaert, Banner, Fay, Bourne, Stone, Nevin, Kovacs, Bremner, Marvel, Malone, Collins, Perry, Bergevin, Sader, Thomas and Vergiels.

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ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Amending Assembly Standing Rule 94 to extend the privileges of the floor to former assemblymen. Assembly Resolution No. 11–Committee on Legislative Functions.

2152

67

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Expressing the mutual consent of the Assembly and Senate to an adjournment from Thursday, March 31, to Tuesday, April 5, 1983. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 23–Committee on Legislative Functions.

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SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Congratulating Donald Bently on receiving the award as the “Nevada Inventor of the Year.” Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 22–Senators Jacobsen, Ashworth, Bilbray, Blakemore, Faiss, Foley, Gibson, Glaser, Glover, Hernstadt, Hickey, Horn, Lamb, Mello, Neal, Raggio, Robinson, Ryan, Townsend, Wagner and Wilson.

2153

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SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Recognizing Easter as a day of celebration and rebirth. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 23–Senator Jacobsen.

2153

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ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Requesting Congress and the appropriate federal agencies to extend the deadline for compliance by Nevada with certain requirements of the Clean Air Act. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 19–Committee on Natural Resources, Environment and Agriculture.

2154

71

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Encouraging local governments to form voluntary bodies to educate the public on the dangers of driving while intoxicated. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 11–Committee on Judiciary.

2155

72

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing past Thunderbird pilots of the United States Air Force and commending those pilots who continue to fly as the Thunderbirds. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 25–Assemblymen Price, May, Malone, Schofield, Francis, Humke, Jeffrey, Stewart, Collins, Bergevin, Fay, Thomas, Zimmer, Bilyeu, Joerg, Bourne, Stone, Nevin, Berkley, Craddock, Ham, Nicholas, Getto, Redelsperger, Banner, Swain, Brady, Bogaert, Kovacs, Kerns, Coffin, Beyer, Sedway, Vergiels, Dini, Chaney, Marvel, Perry, Sader, Thompson, DuBois and Bremner.

2156

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SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late former Senator Forest B. Lovelock. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 26–Senators Raggio, Ashworth, Bilbray, Blakemore, Faiss, Foley, Gibson, Glaser, Glover, Hernstadt, Hickey, Horn, Jacobsen, Lamb, Mello, Neal, Robinson, Ryan, Townsend, Wagner and Wilson.

2157

74

ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Providing for the appointment of an additional assembly attache. Assembly Resolution No. 12–Committee on Legislative Functions.

2157

75

ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Providing for the appointment of an additional assembly attache. Assembly Resolution No. 13–Committee on Legislative Functions.

2158

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SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Designating April 19 as Holocaust Memorial Day. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 27–Senators Faiss, Hernstadt, Ashworth, Bilbray, Blakemore, Foley, Gibson, Glaser, Glover, Hickey, Horn, Jacobsen, Lamb, Mello, Neal, Raggio, Robinson, Ryan, Townsend, Wagner and Wilson.

2158

77

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Designating April 16, 1983, as Brother Joseph Drolet Day. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 28–Senators Foley, Bilbray, Hickey, Ashworth, Blakemore, Faiss, Gibson, Glaser, Glover, Hernstadt, Horn, Jacobsen, Lamb, Mello, Neal, Raggio, Robinson, Ryan, Townsend, Wagner and Wilson.

2159

78

SENATE RESOLUTION–Honoring former State Senator B. Mahlon Brown. Senate Resolution No. 10–Senators Gibson, Lamb, Wilson, Raggio, Blakemore, Neal, Ashworth, Glaser, Faiss, Hernstadt, Jacobsen, Wagner, Bilbray, Mello, Glover, Hickey, Robinson, Horn, Foley, Ryan and Townsend.

2159

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SENATE RESOLUTION–Congratulating Senator Faiss on his 50th wedding anniversary. Senate Resolution No. 11–Senators Gibson, Ashworth, Bilbray, Blakemore, Foley, Glaser, Glover, Hernstadt, Hickey, Horn, Jacobsen, Lamb, Mello, Neal, Raggio, Robinson, Ryan, Townsend, Wagner and Wilson.

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SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Requesting the return to the senate from the governor’s office of Senate Bill No. 61. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 30–Senators Gibson and Foley.

2161

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ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Providing for the appointment of additional assembly attaches. Assembly Resolution No. 14–Committee on Legislative Functions.

2161

82

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Designating May 5 as Nevada’s State Day of Prayer. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 28–Assemblyman Vergiels.

2161

83

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Requesting federal authorities to relax standards on fluoride levels in water. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 13–Committee on Natural Resources, Environment and Agriculture.

2162

84

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commending Washoe County’s department of parks and recreation for planting trees in observance of Arbor Day. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 29–Assemblyman Bourne.

2163

85

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Designating April 24 through April 30, 1983, as Secretaries’ Week and April 27, 1983, as Secretaries’ Day and commending secretaries for their valuable contributions. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 31–Senator Raggio.

2163

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ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late Louise M. Marvel. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 30–Assemblymen Bergevin, Bremner, Malone, Getto, Price, May, Stewart, Jeffrey, Bilyeu, Brady, Joerg, Nicholas, Thomas, Zimmer, Francis, Craddock, Vergiels, Swain, Berkley, Ham, Kovacs, Bourne, Nevin, Fay, Bogaert, Stone, Collins, Redelsperger, Perry, Thompson, DuBois, Dini, Humke, Chaney, Sedway, Beyer, Coffin, Schofield, Sader, Banner and Kerns.

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SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to complete its interim studies by a certain date. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 21–Senator Faiss.

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ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commending the Nevada Library Association for the fine job done by the “legislative hotline.” Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 32–Committee on Legislative Functions.

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SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Requesting the return to the senate from the governor’s office of Senate Bill No. 289. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 33–Senator Gibson.

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ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Designating April 28 as Nevada REALTORS® Day. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 33–Assemblymen May, Craddock, Vergiels, Banner, Bergevin, Berkley, Beyer, Bilyeu, Bogaert, Bourne, Brady, Bremner, Chaney, Coffin, Collins, Dini, DuBois, Fay, Francis, Getto, Ham, Humke, Jeffrey, Joerg, Kerns, Kovacs, Malone, Marvel, Nevin, Nicholas, Perry, Price, Redelsperger, Sader, Schofield, Sedway, Stewart, Stone, Swain, Thomas, Thompson and Zimmer.

2166

91

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late Tony Beard, pioneer in legislative security. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 34–Senator Jacobsen.

2167

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ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late James Deskin. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 34–Assemblymen May, Vergiels, Zimmer, Kovacs, Swain, Coffin, Thomas, Beyer, Nicholas, Chaney, DuBois, Sedway, Joerg, Bilyeu, Francis, Kerns, Craddock, Humke, Berkley, Redelsperger, Thompson, Perry, Collins, Price, Bergevin, Fay, Malone, Nevin, Stewart, Ham, Stone, Banner, Jeffrey, Dini, Schofield, Getto, Sader, Bogaert, Brady, Bourne, Marvel and Bremner.

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ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Providing for the compensation of clergy for services rendered to the assembly and senate in the 62nd session of the Nevada legislature. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 36–Committee on Ways and Means.

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SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Requiring the state universities and public high schools to work together to improve instruction of pupils in reading, writing and mathematics. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 25–Senator Wilson.

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SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Authorizing expenditure from the legislative fund for the payment of an expert to appear before a standing committee of the Senate during the 62nd session of the legislature. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 40–Committee on Transportation.

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ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Urging the Congress of the United States to enact legislation which increases controls on the number of wild horses and burros and which authorizes additional methods of removing the animals from public lands. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 17–Committee on Natural Resources, Environment and Agriculture.

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ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Designating May 5 as the day to honor the Black Chamber of Commerce. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 42–Assemblymen Chaney, Collins, Price, Kovacs, Bourne, Nevin, Stone, Bogaert, Fay, Banner, Ham, Jeffrey, Stewart, May, Getto, Thomas, Francis, Brady, Schofield, Nicholas, Beyer, DuBois, Coffin, Sedway, Joerg, Zimmer, Vergiels, Swain, Kerns, Bilyeu, Craddock, Berkley, Humke, Redelsperger, Thompson, Dini, Sader, Perry, Bergevin, Malone, Marvel and Bremner.

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ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late Pat Emery. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 43–Assemblymen Schofield and Jeffrey.

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99

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late E. F. “Chow” McGarry. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 44–Assemblymen Vergiels, Humke, Getto, Joerg, Thomas, Jeffrey, Kovacs, Bourne, Stone, Nevin, Fay, Banner, Ham, Brady, Beyer, Coffin, Chaney, DuBois, Sedway, Zimmer, Bilyeu, Kerns, Craddock, Berkley, Redelsperger, Thompson, Dini, Sader, Perry, Collins, Price, Bergevin, May, Bogaert, Malone, Marvel, Bremner, Swain, Francis, Nicholas, Stewart and Schofield.

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SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to amend the Nevada constitution to provide for the management of state lands and to restrict the disposal of the lands and the use of the proceeds therefrom. Senate Joint Resolution No. 19–Committee on Natural Resources.

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101

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Urging the Congress of the United States to ratify the California-Nevada Interstate Compact. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 21–Assemblymen Dini and Getto.

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ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to amend section 21 of article 6 of the constitution of the State of Nevada, relating to the judicial department, by limiting the circumstances under which the records and proceedings of the commission on judicial discipline are confidential, limiting the appointment of justices and judges to the commission, and extending the commission’s jurisdiction over judges of lower courts. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 16–Committee on Judiciary.

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SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Urging the Congress of the United States to enact promptly legislation authorizing nonreimbursable expenditures to repair pumps at the Southern Nevada Water Project. Senate Joint Resolution No. 16–Committee on Government Affairs.

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ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Memorializing Congress and the President to provide for health care for veterans exposed to atomic radiation. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 28–Assemblymen Malone, Bourne, Ham, Thomas, Coffin, Zimmer, Swain, Francis, Joerg, Sedway, DuBois, May, Fay, Kovacs, Stone, Bremner, Marvel, Bergevin, Bogaert, Collins, Perry, Sader, Jeffrey, Brady, Dini, Price, Thompson, Redelsperger, Berkley, Craddock, Kerns, Bilyeu, Nicholas, Schofield, Chaney, Beyer, Nevin, Banner, Getto, Humke and Vergiels.

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105

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Urging the Congress of the United States to enact promptly legislation classifying the city-county relief tax as a locally imposed tax for the purpose of allocating money for revenue sharing. Senate Joint Resolution No. 20–Committee on Taxation.

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SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Urging Congress to provide land for and establish a trade district in Nevada. Senate Joint Resolution No. 17–Committee on Government Affairs.

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107

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Requesting the return to the assembly from the governor’s office of Assembly Bill No. 411. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 46–Assemblyman Stone.

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108

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Urging Congress to increase allocations for the support of the United States Travel and Tourism Administration and to enact legislation providing for the waiver of visas. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 25–Committee on Economic Development, Tourism and Mining.

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ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Requesting the conveyance of certain land to the Pershing County water conservation district. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 22–Assemblymen Marvel, Getto, Bogaert, Thompson, Bergevin and Dini.

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110

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Supporting and encouraging international trade in Nevada. Senate Joint Resolution No. 22–Committee on Legislative Affairs.

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111

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Urging the United States Congress to enact legislation to require imported foreign goods to meet domestic standards for safety. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 24–Assemblymen Dini, Getto and Jeffrey.

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112

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to amend the Nevada constitution to allow the legislature to provide for referees in district courts. Senate Joint Resolution No. 23–Committee on Judiciary.

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113

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Memorializing Congress to grant an additional 6,205,522 acres of public land to Nevada. Senate Joint Resolution No. 15–Committee on Natural Resources.

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114

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the Congress of the United States to sell public lands within the “checkerboard” area of northern Nevada to this state to be sold to pay for eliminating grade crossings of railroads. Senate Joint Resolution No. 14–Committee on Natural Resources.

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SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the Congress of the United States to accept land from the Redfield estate in payment of the remaining taxes due on the estate. Senate Joint Resolution No. 24–Senators Wilson, Raggio, Wagner, Mello and Townsend.

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116

ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Requesting the return of Senate Bill No. 415 from the senate. Assembly Resolution No. 15–Assemblymen Price, Collins and Jeffrey.

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117

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to conduct an interim study of the effect of federal antitrust laws on the licensing of businesses by local governments. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 18–Committee on Legislative Functions.

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118

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to study the feasibility and desirability of establishing and maintaining a veterans’ cemetery in Nevada. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 24–Assemblyman May.

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119

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to study zoning problems resulting from placement of manufactured homes on residential lots. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 31–Committee on Government Affairs.

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120

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Designating May 22 through May 28, 1983, as National Public Works Week. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 53–Assemblymen Schofield, Jeffrey and Vergiels.

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121

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to amend section 1 of article 10 of the constitution of the State of Nevada, relating to taxation, to allow separate taxation of property used for generating electricity. Senate Joint Resolution No. 2–Committee on Taxation.

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122

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the department of education to conduct an effective program to assess the competency of teachers and administrators in Nevada’s public schools. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 32–Committee on Human Resources and Facilities .

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123

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the department of energy to revise its standards for the construction of buildings to provide net savings in the costs of construction and of heating and cooling. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 39–Senators Lamb, Jacobsen and Horn.

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124

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to study methods of taxing electrical power plants and distributing the resulting revenue. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 42–Committee on Taxation.

2198

125

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Requesting that a Trident ballistic missile submarine be named “Nevada.” Senate Joint Resolution No. 21–Committee on Legislative Affairs.

2198

126

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to study the development and contents of the fiscal notes for local governments on bills introduced in the legislature. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 2–Senator Jacobsen.

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127

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to study grand juries in Nevada. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 10–Senators Wagner, Foley, Neal, Townsend, Mello, Raggio, Bilbray and Wilson.

2199

128

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to study public broadcasting in Nevada. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 24–Senators Horn and Bilbray.

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129

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to study the problems of compensation for certain victims of criminal acts and possible statutory changes to entitle other victims of crime to compensation. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 29–Senators Wagner and Foley.

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130

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late Louis M. Nelson, Carson City fireman. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 50–Senators Jacobsen and Glover.

2201

131

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Requesting the Congress of the United States to enact legislation which exempts the winnings of individual gaming patrons from income tax. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 31–Committee on Taxation.

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ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Expressing the intent of the legislature on permitting residential construction in the Tahoe Basin. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 52–Assemblymen Bergevin, Dini and Nicholas.

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133

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to study laws, regulations and policies which affect depository financial institutions. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 49–Committee on Commerce and Labor.

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134

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Requesting the judiciary and the State Bar of Nevada to study arbitration, use of masters and referees, and increasing the jurisdiction of justices’ courts. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 51–Committee on Judiciary.

2204

135

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing an interim study of the disposal of highly radioactive waste in Nevada. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 52–Committee on Legislative Affairs.

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136

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the state controller to provide more timely and accurate financial information. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 53–Committee on Finance.

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137

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to review and evaluate the comprehensive statewide plan for services to aid abused and neglected children. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 47–Assemblymen Humke, Bourne, Berkley, Craddock, Kerns, Bilyeu, Francis, Joerg, Sedway, DuBois, Redelsperger, Nicholas, Chaney, Stone, Banner, Nevin, Fay, Thompson and Kovacs.

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138

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the department of personnel to study the desirability of considering other factors in addition to the prevailing rate when determining salaries for the classified service. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 48–Committee on Government Affairs.

2207

139

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to study the providers of health care and health and care facilities in this state. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 49–Committee on Legislative Functions.

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140

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to study the effects of certain tax measures, the taxation of aircraft, the fuel used in aircraft, and the promotion of aviation in Nevada. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 50–Assemblyman Price.

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141

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Creating a special committee to study dyslexia and other specific learning disabilities; and authorizing an expenditure from the legislative fund. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 54–Assemblyman Craddock.

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142

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to study the mining laws of Nevada. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 55–Committee on Legislative Functions.

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143

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Encouraging purchase of local agricultural products. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 57–Assemblymen Nicholas, Dini, Getto, Bergevin and Kovacs.

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144

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Designating May 29 through June 4, 1983, as Tourism Week. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 60–Committee on Economic Development, Tourism and Mining.

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145

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Approving the execution of a lease of certain state land to the Southern Nevada Association for the Handicapped. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 61–Committee on Ways and Means.

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146

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the drivers’ license division of the department of motor vehicles to license drivers with impaired vision who drive safely through the use of bioptic telescopic devices. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 62–Assemblymen Vergiels and Jeffrey.

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147

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late William M. Woods, court reporter. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 63–Assemblymen Getto, Chaney, Collins and Bilyeu.

2215

148

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commending the superintendent of the state printing and records division of the department of general services and his staff for their services to the 62nd session of the Nevada legislature. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 64–Assemblymen Vergiels, Jeffrey, Bourne, Kovacs, Stewart, Banner, Chaney, Dini, Bilyeu, May, Fay, Nevin, Perry, Bergevin, Berkley, Craddock, Swain, Coffin, Sedway, Thomas, Zimmer, Stone, Francis, Bogaert, Malone, DuBois, Redelsperger, Beyer, Kerns, Humke, Price, Schofield, Getto, Ham, Marvel, Brady, Thompson, Collins, Joerg, Nicholas, Bremner and Sader.

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149

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Memorializing Congress to ratify the legal adequacy of the study by the United States Forest Service of undeveloped land in Nevada and its designation of certain areas as wilderness. Senate Joint Resolution No. 25–Committee on Natural Resources .

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150

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Requesting the continued cooperation of the Bureau of Land Management and that of other agencies of the Federal Government in water matters. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 29–Assemblymen Redelsperger, Bilyeu, Thompson, Nicholas, Jeffrey, Dini, Getto, Brady, Banner and Marvel.

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151

ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Designating certain assemblymen as regular and alternate members of the legislative commission. Assembly Resolution No. 16–Committee on Legislative Functions.

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152

ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Commending Lavelle I. Johnson for her long and dedicated service to the legislature. Assembly Resolution No. 17–Assemblymen Vergiels, Banner, Craddock, Swain, Sader, Fay, Bourne, Kovacs, Price, Sedway, Jeffrey, Perry, Nevin, Thompson, Berkley, Stone, Coffin, Bogaert, May, Thomas, Collins, Bremner, Brady, Dini, Ham, Joerg, DuBois, Francis, Redelsperger, Bilyeu, Beyer, Kerns, Malone, Marvel, Stewart, Bergevin, Nicholas, Humke, Getto, Zimmer, Chaney and Schofield.

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153

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the governor’s office of community services to use a portion of the money received by this state from the Federal Government for overcharges by oil companies to assist the needy in paying their utility bills and installing devices to conserve energy. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 37–Assemblymen Nevin, Sedway, Banner, Berkley, Bourne, Marvel, Chaney, Coffin, Collins, Craddock, Dini, Fay, Jeffrey, Kovacs, Perry, Price, Sader, Schofield, Swain, Thompson and Vergiels.

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154

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commending Patricia A. Cox for her activities to eliminate poverty in rural Nevada. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 65–Assemblymen Redelsperger, Price, Banner, Ham, Beyer, Thomas, Coffin, Zimmer, Joerg, DuBois, Chaney, Sader, Fay, Malone, Marvel, Kovacs, Swain, Francis, Sedway, Craddock, Bilyeu, Kerns, Berkley, Thompson, Jeffrey, Stewart, Nevin, Bremner, Bourne, Collins, Brady, Perry, Bergevin, Stone, Bogaert, Dini, Getto, Humke, Nicholas, Vergiels, Schofield and May.

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155

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Instructing the director of the legislative counsel bureau to grant paid leave to employees of the legislative counsel bureau in recognition of their service to the 62nd session of the Nevada legislature. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 66–Assemblymen Price, Vergiels, Kovacs, Schofield, Banner, Bergevin, Berkley, Bremner, Chaney, Coffin, Collins, Craddock, Dini, DuBois, Fay, Francis, Getto, Ham, Humke, Jeffrey, Joerg, Kerns, Malone, Marvel, May, Nevin, Nicholas, Perry, Redelsperger, Sader, Sedway, Stewart, Stone, Swain, Thomas, Thompson and Zimmer.

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156

SENATE RESOLUTION–Designating certain senators as members of the legislative commission and providing for the method of selecting alternate members. Senate Resolution No. 12–Senator Gibson.

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157

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to amend the Nevada constitution to authorize the taxation of estates only to the extent of the credit allowable for the tax against the federal estate tax. Senate Joint Resolution No. 11–Senators Mello, Bilbray, Gibson, Robinson, Glaser, Wilson, Wagner, Raggio, Hernstadt, Neal, Jacobsen, Townsend, Foley, Hickey, Blakemore and Faiss.

2224

158

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to study the feasibility of establishing regional water authorities and prohibiting the transfer of certain water and the state engineer from acting upon applications to export water from certain counties. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 45–Committee on Natural Resources.

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159

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to appoint a special committee to study education. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 55–Senator Townsend.

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160

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commending the staff of the Nevada Legislative Counsel Bureau for their service to the 62nd session of the Nevada legislature. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 56–Senators Gibson, Lamb, Wilson, Raggio, Blakemore, Neal, Ashworth, Glaser, Faiss, Hernstadt, Jacobsen, Wagner, Bilbray, Mello, Glover, Hickey, Robinson, Horn, Foley, Ryan and Townsend.

2228

161

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Requesting Congress to convey additional land at the former Stewart Indian School to the State of Nevada. Senate Joint Resolution No. 26–Senator Jacobsen.

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162

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Extending Nevada’s friendship to the people of Taiwan, the Republic of China. Senate Joint Resolution No. 13–Senators Raggio, Ashworth, Robinson, Wagner, Blakemore, Jacobsen, Faiss, Bilbray, Mello, Gibson, Lamb, Hickey, Foley, Hernstadt, Townsend, Ryan and Horn.

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163

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Calling upon Congress to adopt a national strategy of peace by strengthening the United States. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 18–Assemblymen Bogaert, Banner, Malone, Bergevin, Fay, Jeffrey, Craddock, Kerns, Joerg, Francis, Zimmer, Swain, Collins, Brady, Thomas, Kovacs, Schofield, Beyer, Nicholas, Chaney, DuBois, Sedway, Dini, Thompson, Redelsperger, Bilyeu, Perry, Marvel, Bremner, Nevin, Stone, May, Getto, Ham, Stewart and Vergiels.

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164

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Memorializing Congress to abolish the federal estate tax and allow an interim credit for gifts to states. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 26–Assemblyman Joerg.

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