Senator Dallas Harris

Party: Democratic

Legislative Service

  • Nevada Senate (Appointed December 4, 2018)


  • Nevada State Bar, 2018
  • California State Bar, 2016


  • University of Nevada, Las Vegas, B.A., Computer Science
  • University of Nevada, Las Vegas, B.A., Psychology
  • Claremont Graduate University, M.A., Public Policy
  • The George Washington University Law School, J.D.


  • Certified Information Privacy Professional, 2017


Occupation: Attorney
Recreation: Tennis, Tae Kwon Do 2nd Degree Blackbelt
Born: 1985, Las Vegas, Nevada

Primary Sponsor

AJR6 Urges Congress to prevent the United States Census Bureau from adding a citizenship question to the 2020 decennial census. (BDR R-279)
SB117 Revises certain provisions relating to real property. (BDR 10-642)
SB158 Revises the definition of the term “supervisory employee” for purposes of provisions relating to collective bargaining. (BDR 23-789)
SB159 Requires each public school and private school to adopt a policy concerning safe exposure to the sun. (BDR 34-583)
AB169 Establishes the Maternal Mortality Review Committee. (BDR 40-712)
SB173 Revises provisions relating to criminal convictions of victims of sex trafficking and involuntary servitude. (BDR 14-595)
AB174 Establishes the Nevada Interagency Advisory Council on Homelessness to Housing. (BDR 18-94)
AB181 Revises provisions governing employment attendance practices. (BDR 53-833)
AB183 Prohibits certain correctional services from being provided by private entities. (BDR 16-290)
AB186 Makes various changes related to elections. (BDR 24-678)
SB209 Revises provisions relating to hemp. (BDR 49-584)
SB255 Revises provisions relating to education. (BDR 34-790)
SB261 Revises provisions relating to firearms. (BDR 15-21)
SB270 Requires the Department of Health and Human Services to establish and administer the Nevada Housing Crisis Response System. (BDR 38-792)
SB305 Revises provisions relating to taxation. (BDR 32-264)
SB311 Revises provisions prohibiting certain discriminatory practices against a person seeking credit. (BDR 52-1048)
SB324 Revises provisions relating to education. (BDR 34-683)
SB336 Requires the Governor to annually proclaim July 28 as Buffalo Soldiers Day in the State of Nevada. (BDR 19-791)
SB346 Revises provisions related to marijuana. (BDR 40-1065)
SB350 Revises provisions relating to Nevada Promise Scholarships. (BDR 34-308)
SB377 Revises provisions relating to workers' compensation. (BDR 53-1025)
SB483 Revises provisions governing the Statewide Program for Suicide Prevention. (BDR 40-1163)
SB490 Requires the Nevada Commission on Minority Affairs to conduct a study related to disparities and unlawful discrimination in the awarding of certain contracts by the State or a local government. (BDR S-586)
SB494 Revises provisions relating to emerging small businesses. (BDR 27-585)
SB496 Revises provisions relating to limousines. (BDR 58-1086)


SCR1 Directs the Legislative Committee on Energy to conduct an interim study concerning the development of renewable energy and clean energy resources in this State. (BDR R-117)
ACR3 Memorializes former Assemblyman Bob Price. (BDR R-971)
SCR3 Directs the Legislative Committee on Energy to conduct an interim study to consider alternative solutions for transportation system funding in Nevada. (BDR R-779)
SJR5 Proposes to amend the Nevada Constitution to revise provisions relating to the State Legislature. (BDR C-58)
SR5 Inducts Valerie Wiener into the Senate Hall of Fame. (BDR R-1262)
SR6 Inducts Barbara Katherine Cegavske into the Senate Hall of Fame. (BDR R-1261)
SCR7 Celebrates the sister state relationship between the State of Nevada and Taiwan. (BDR R-1266)
SCR8 Memorializes former Nevada Attorney General and Nevada Supreme Court Chief Justice Charles Springer. (BDR R-1259)
SJR8 Proposes to amend the Nevada Constitution to guarantee equal rights. (BDR C-1278)
ACR9 Celebrates the Life of Assemblyman Odis “Tyrone” Thompson. (BDR R-1291)
AB142 Eliminates the statute of limitations for the prosecution of sexual assault in certain circumstances. (BDR 14-175)
SB143 Repeals, revises and reenacts provisions relating to background checks for certain sales or transfers of firearms. (BDR 15-755)
SB151 Revises provisions related to certain proceedings concerning property. (BDR 3-516)
SB155 Revises provisions regarding the possession and use of personal identifying information and fictitious personal identifying information. (BDR 15-917)
SB165 Makes various changes to provisions governing prescribing, dispensing and administering controlled substances designed to end the life of a patient. (BDR 40-292)
SB166 Revises provisions relating to employment. (BDR 18-5)
SB175 Revises provisions relating to public works. (BDR 28-618)
SB177 Revises provisions relating to employment practices. (BDR 53-723)
SB178 Creates the Council on Food Security and the Food for People, Not Landfills Program. (BDR 18-57)
SB179 Revises provisions relating to abortions. (BDR 40-567)
SB187 Revises provisions governing prescriptions for controlled substances by a dentist, optometrist or physician for the treatment of pain. (BDR 54-39)
SB192 Revises provisions relating to health care. (BDR 53-781)
SB193 Makes an appropriation for educational programs relating to history, law and civics. (BDR S-368)
SB194 Establishes programs for certain persons of low-income and persons in foster care. (BDR 38-780)
SB200 Requires health insurers to provide coverage for certain services and equipment. (BDR 57-43)
SB202 Revises provisions relating to children with disabilities. (BDR 34-685)
SB203 Revises provisions governing programs for children who are blind, visually impaired, deaf or hard of hearing. (BDR 38-77)
SB204 Revises provisions relating to the mental health of pupils. (BDR 34-551)
SB205 Requires the Office of Grant Procurement, Coordination and Management of the Department of Administration to create a pilot program to award grants of money to certain governmental and nonprofit organizations. (BDR S-807)
SB206 Revises provisions relating to state financial administration. (BDR 31-806)
SB207 Revises provisions governing apprentices. (BDR 28-740)
SB215 Revises provisions relating to occupational diseases. (BDR 53-317)
SB220 Revises provisions relating to Internet privacy. (BDR 52-920)
SB223 Revises provisions relating to persons in need of care or assistance. (BDR 13-67)
SB225 Revises provisions relating to veterans. (BDR 37-552)
SB226 Makes various changes relating to health insurance. (BDR 38-549)
SB228 Revises provisions relating to industrial hemp. (BDR 54-180)
SB231 Revises provisions relating to certain construction. (BDR 28-910)
SB254 Revises provisions relating to carbon reduction. (BDR 40-907)
SB256 Revises various provisions relating to landlords and tenants. (BDR 10-569)
SB262 Makes various changes to provide for tracking and reporting of information concerning the pricing of prescription drugs for treating asthma. (BDR 40-55)
AB275 Makes various changes relating to professional and occupational licensing. (BDR 54-676)
SB282 Limiting the civil liability of crisis support centers under certain circumstances. (BDR 3-614)
SB284 Creates the Advisory Task Force on HIV Exposure Modernization. (BDR S-742)
SB286 Revises provisions relating to aggregated sentences and eligibility for parole. (BDR 14-293)
AB289 Revises provisions relating to the subject area of reading. (BDR 34-93)
SB293 Makes various changes relating to children who are victims of commercial sexual exploitation. (BDR 38-517)
AB295 Revising provisions governing sexuality education in public schools. (BDR 34-811)
SB312 Requires an employer in private employment to provide paid leave to employees under certain circumstances. (BDR 53-888)
SB319 Revises provisions relating to education. (BDR 34-1063)
SB320 Makes various changes concerning the placement of pupils in certain more rigorous courses. (BDR 34-681)
SB331 Designates the new Interstate Highway No. 11 as the Purple Heart Highway. (BDR S-78)
SB342 Revises provisions relating to animals. (BDR 14-748)
SB344 Revises requirements relating to Medicaid. (BDR 38-743)
SB361 Provides for the dispensing of self-administered hormonal contraceptives to any patient. (BDR 54-921)
AB363 Revises certain provisions relating to homeless youth. (BDR 43-1033)
SB385 Revises provisions relating to insurance for personal property at storage facilities. (BDR 57-538)
SB386 Revises provisions governing certain tax exemptions for veterans. (BDR 32-737)
SB416 Revises provisions relating to the Public Employees' Retirement System (PERS). (BDR 23-895)
SB493 Revises provisions relating to misclassification of employees. (BDR 53-1087)
AB499 Provides for a special license plate of limited duration commemorating the 100th anniversary of women's suffrage. (BDR 43-1265)
SB557 Revises provisions relating to campaign practices. (BDR 24-1272)