Assemblywoman Melissa Hardy

Party: Republican

Legislative Service

  • Nevada Assembly, 2019-2021 (first elected November 2018)—two regular sessions and two special sessions
  • 2021 SESSION COMMITTEES: Commerce and Labor; Education; Judiciary
  • 2019 SESSION COMMITTEES: Commerce and Labor; Education; Government Affairs
  • 2019-2020 INTERIM COMMITTEE: Committee to Conduct an Interim Study Concerning the Costs of Prescription Drugs; Committee to Review Child Support Guidelines; Nevada Veterans' Services Commission

Other Achievements

  • Port of Subs Corporation, Top Performing Store, 2005–2010
  • Real Estate Agent, 1993–2007
  • Vocal Performer, National Anthem, UNLV, 1983–1993; Naturalization Ceremonies, 1983–1990
  • Nevada Cherry Blossom Princess, 1990

Affiliations

  • Henderson Chamber of Commerce, Member
  • Greater Las Vegas Association of Realtors, 1993–2007
  • National Honor Society

Education

  • Las Vegas High School, with High Honors, 1987
  • University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Hotel/Business Administration, B.S.

Personal

Occupation: Small Business Owner, Port of Subs
Recreation: Singing, piano, tennis, interior decoration, reading, water skiing, travel, sports fan
Born: 1969, Las Vegas, Nevada
Spouse: Damon S. Hardy
Children: Celssie, Cydnie

Primary Sponsor

AB113 Increases the limitation of time within which a criminal prosecution for sex trafficking must be commenced. (BDR 14-610)
AB135 Revises provisions relating to animals. (BDR 54-72)
SB136 Revises provisions relating to offenders. (BDR 16-625)
AB165 Revises provisions governing tuition for veterans. (BDR 34-681)
SB171 Revises provisions related to drugs and the prescription of drugs in this State. (BDR 57-848)
AB178 Revises provisions relating to prescription drugs. (BDR 57-71)
AB182 Revises the elements of the crime of advancing prostitution. (BDR 15-744)
AB204 Makes changes to provisions governing economic development. (BDR 18-638)
SB206 Revises provisions relating to insurance which provides for the payment of expenses not covered by Medicare. (BDR 57-556)
AB244 Revises provisions relating to insurance which provides for the payment of expenses not covered by Medicare. (BDR 57-654)
AB264 Revises provisions relating to elections. (BDR 24-637)
AB316 Revises provisions relating to veterans' benefits. (BDR 37-949)
AB328 Expands the circumstances in which a county clerk is required to cancel a preregistration or registration to vote. (BDR 24-609)
AB329 Revises provisions relating to charter schools. (BDR 34-732)
AB350 Revises provisions relating to certain crimes against animals. (BDR 50-977)

Co-Sponsor

AJR1 Proposes to amend the Nevada Constitution to add and revise terms relating to persons with certain conditions for whose benefit certain public entities are supported by the State. (BDR C-477)
SCR3 Memorializes former state Senator Joseph M. Neal, Jr. (BDR R-901)
ACR6 Memorializes former Assemblyman and Senator Alan H. Glover. (BDR R-1158)
SCR12 Celebrates the sister-state relationship between the State of Nevada and Taiwan, which continues to enhance trade, educational and cultural relations. (BDR R-1151)
SCR14 Memorializes former District Court Judge Don P. Chairez. (BDR R-1140)
AB93 Revises provisions relating to states of emergency or declarations of disaster proclaimed by the Governor. (BDR 36-41)
AB98 Revises provisions governing legislative measures that may be requested for a regular legislative session. (BDR 17-67)
AB99 Revises provisions governing public works. (BDR 28-686)
AB122 Revises provisions governing prekindergarten programs. (BDR 34-738)
SB135 Revises provisions governing access to the property and employees of public schools. (BDR 34-627)
AB142 Enacts the Nurse Licensure Compact. (BDR 54-644)
AB143 Establishes provisions concerning victims of human trafficking. (BDR 16-856)
AB144 Revises provisions relating to background checks for certain sales or transfers of firearms. (BDR 15-699)
SB152 Revises provisions related to education. (BDR 34-622)
AB159 Limits the civil liability of certain public schools for personal injury or death resulting from exposure to COVID-19. (BDR 3-230)
AB167 Establishes provisions relating to education. (BDR 34-749)
AB175 Revises provisions relating to abortion. (BDR 40-229)
AB176 Revises provisions relating to abortions. (BDR 40-655)
SB177 Revises provisions relating to the Account for Aid for Victims of Domestic Violence. (BDR 16-926)
AB185 Eliminates certain scheduled increases in the minimum wage. (BDR 53-688)
AB198 Requires Medicaid to cover certain genetic testing. (BDR 38-13)
AB203 Revises provisions relating to certain proceedings concerning evictions. (BDR S-612)
SB207 Requires the development, creation and administration of a pilot program for the purpose of establishing new apprenticeship programs for certain industries. (BDR S-876)
AB208 Revises provisions relating to career and technical education. (BDR 34-198)
AB219 Revises provisions governing the sealing of criminal records. (BDR 14-137)
AB225 Revises provisions governing examinations for the licensure of teachers and other educational personnel. (BDR 34-139)
AB230 Revises provisions relating to juvenile justice. (BDR 5-791)
AB250 Revises provisions relating to insurance to supplement Medicare. (BDR 57-142)
AB272 Exempts employers from paying the tax for wages which are paid to certain employees. (BDR 32-650)
AB314 Revises provisions governing civil liability for injury or death resulting from exposure to COVID-19. (BDR 3-448)
AB315 Revises provisions relating to certain public employees. (BDR 23-647)
AB325 Revises provisions relating to the recording of documents. (BDR 20-642)
AB333 Makes changes to provisions relating to land use planning. (BDR 22-357)
AB360 Revises provisions relating to tobacco products. (BDR 32-864)
AB367 Revises provisions governing education. (BDR 34-87)
AB483 Requires certain operators of Internet websites or online services which are owned or operated for the purposes of a public awareness campaign conducted by or on behalf of a governmental entity to comply with certain requirements and restrictions concerning the collection and sale of certain personally identifiable information. (BDR 52-1152)