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Bills and Resolutions That Failed to Meet Committee Passage (First House) - Friday, April 12, 2013 - 271 Results

AB3
Revises provisions governing the enforcement of the tax on live entertainment. (BDR 41-326)

AB4
Revises certain provisions governing public records and legal notices. (BDR 19-259)

AB5
Revises provisions governing interactive gaming. (BDR 41-331)

AB6
Requires the State Treasurer to return a certain percentage of the revenue from the taxation of special fuel to the county in which the revenue was generated. (BDR 32-256)

Removes the prospective expiration of the authority of the Department of Transportation to use the construction manager at risk method for the construction, reconstruction, improvement and maintenance of highways. (BDR S-365)

Revises the provisions governing certain tax abatements for new or expanded businesses and renewable energy facilities. (BDR 32-173)

Makes various changes relating to common-interest communities. (BDR 10-354)

Authorizes certain larger counties to enforce the prevailing wage requirement for public works. (BDR 28-391)

Establishes the Nevada Cyber Institute within the Nevada System of Higher Education. (BDR 34-286)

Provides for two or more small townships in larger counties to share a justice of the peace. (BDR 1-393)

Makes various changes relating to public defenders. (BDR 32-55)

Provides for the District Attorney of Lyon County to be ex officio Public Administrator of Lyon County. (BDR 20-395)

Authorizes the Taxicab Authority to limit the geographical operating area of temporarily authorized taxicabs within its jurisdiction. (BDR 58-355)

Authorizes the appointment of bailiffs or deputy marshals to provide security for justice courts in smaller counties. (BDR 1-387)

Revises provisions governing compensation for overtime. (BDR 53-294)

Revises provisions relating to the use of force in defense of persons and property. (BDR 15-10)

Revises provisions governing dangerous or vicious dogs. (BDR 15-13)

Revises provisions governing the deposit of certain public money in insured institutions. (BDR 31-664)

Revises provisions relating to the protection of children. (BDR 38-67)

Revises provisions governing service contracts. (BDR 57-755)

Revises certain provisions governing the placement of children with a person other than a parent. (BDR 38-506)

Revises provisions governing the registration of certain motor vehicles and trailers. (BDR 43-494)

Designates five family court judges in counties with a population of 700,000 or more to hear only cases involving child abuse and neglect, adoptions of children in foster care and the termination of parental rights. (BDR 1-532)

Revises provisions governing mopeds. (BDR 43-230)

Revises provisions governing aliens unlawfully present in the United States. (BDR 14-94)

Extends to United States Marshals the power to arrest without a warrant and the power to obtain and execute search warrants. (BDR 14-584)

Revises provisions governing an award of attorney's fees in causes of action for constructional defects. (BDR 3-551)

Makes various changes relating to collective bargaining agreements of local government employers. (BDR 23-647)

Revises provisions relating to the certification of public accountants. (BDR 54-655)

Revises provisions governing the campaigns of candidates for membership on the executive board of a homeowners' association. (BDR 10-164)

Imposes a fee on sales by fast-food businesses of certain items of prepared food. (BDR 32-57)

Prohibits certain pedestrians from manually typing or entering text into a cellular telephone or other handheld wireless communications device while crossing a highway. (BDR 43-489)

Revises provisions governing eligibility for a Governor Guinn Millennium Scholarship. (BDR 34-60)

Makes various changes to criminal law. (BDR 14-423)

Revises provisions relating to the certification of public accountants. (BDR 54-736)

Revises provisions relating to landscaping within common-interest communities. (BDR 10-215)

Enacts provisions governing the posting of eligibility requirements for certain abatements and contracts. (BDR 27-239)

Revises provisions concerning tips and gratuities received by employees. (BDR 53-183)

Revises provisions relating to the sealing and removal of certain records. (BDR 14-490)

Makes various changes relating to concealed firearms. (BDR 20-615)

Requires facilities for skilled nursing to conduct assessments of certain patients. (BDR 40-117)

Revises provisions concerning persons legally responsible for the psychiatric care of a child who is in the custody of an agency which provides child welfare services. (BDR 38-505)

Makes various changes relating to sexually exploited children. (BDR 5-62)

Revises provisions relating to water furnished by a municipal water system for domestic use in certain counties. (BDR 48-565)

Establishes a diversion program for certain defendants. (BDR 14-669)

Revises provisions governing the death penalty. (BDR 14-2)

Revises provisions governing education. (BDR 34-410)

Revises provisions governing continuing education requirements for certain personnel of manufactured home parks. (BDR 10-599)

Revises provisions governing the use of safety belts in taxicabs. (BDR 43-994)

Revises provisions relating to the disposition of unspent campaign contributions. (BDR 24-751)

Revises provisions governing estates. (BDR 12-805)

Revises provisions governing the practice of optometry. (BDR 54-734)

Revises provisions governing compensation, wages and hours. (BDR 53-1019)

Requires the Attorney General to bring an action to protect and secure certain constitutional rights of residents of this State under certain circumstances. (BDR 18-945)

Makes various changes to provisions governing sex offenders. (BDR 5-583)

Revises certain provisions governing the taxation of property. (BDR 32-660)

Revises provisions governing the granting of the right to visit a child to grandparents and great-grandparents of the child. (BDR 11-750)

Revises provisions governing appraisers of real estate. (BDR 54-978)

Prohibits the Department of Taxation from applying sales taxes to the provision of meals by employers to their employees. (BDR 32-492)

Revises provisions governing prevailing wages on certain public works projects. (BDR 28-1033)

Requires the State Contractors' Board to adopt regulations providing a classification of licensure for persons who install or maintain building shell insulation or thermal system insulation. (BDR 54-1041)

Revises certain provisions governing voter identification. (BDR 24-125)

Revises provisions governing the award of damages to persons who suffer personal injury. (BDR 3-753)

Prohibits certain fees relating to credit card transactions. (BDR 52-1024)

Makes various changes relating to the mandatory reporting of elder abuse. (BDR 15-123)

Revises provisions governing concealed firearms. (BDR 15-685)

Revises provisions relating to firearms. (BDR 15-915)

Revises provisions governing the prohibition against possessing certain weapons while on certain property. (BDR 15-216)

Revises provisions governing graduation from high school. (BDR 34-415)

Provides certain protections for sexually exploited children. (BDR 5-678)

Limits the recovery of damages arising from a motor vehicle accident under certain circumstances. (BDR 3-657)

Provides immunity from civil liability to certain persons for injuries or death resulting from certain equine activities. (BDR 3-243)

Requires reports of federal revenues received by state agencies, institutions of higher education, school districts and charter schools. (BDR 31-165)

Enacts provisions relating to school choice. (BDR 34-158)

Revises provisions governing public works. (BDR 28-962)

Revises provisions relating to prevailing wage requirements for public works. (BDR 28-908)

Revises provisions governing the crime of sexual conduct between certain school employees or volunteers at a school and a pupil. (BDR 15-521)

Revises provisions relating to the offense of sexual conduct between certain employees of a school or volunteers at a school and a pupil. (BDR 14-29)

Revises certain provisions governing publication of legal notices and legal advertisements. (BDR 19-730)

Authorizes certain counties to enter into a cooperative agreement to create a tax increment area under certain circumstances. (BDR 22-957)

Requires the State Environmental Commission to adopt regulations relating to certain disposal sites for solid waste. (BDR 40-773)

Revises provisions governing alimony, spousal support and property division in cases involving veterans with a service-connected disability. (BDR 11-936)

Revises provisions relating to public works. (BDR 28-738)

Enacts provisions related to multicultural education. (BDR 34-512)

Imposes a tax on certain income of business entities engaged in business in this State. (BDR 32-784)

Revises provisions governing certain sexual crimes involving minors. (BDR 15-9)

Makes various changes relating to certain writs. (BDR 27-278)

Revises provisions governing the installation and use of smart meters by certain electric utilities. (BDR 58-437)

Revises provisions governing the requirements for licensure to practice medicine. (BDR 54-756)

Revises provisions governing reductions in the workforce of a school district. (BDR 23-982)

Revises provisions governing certain tax exemptions for veterans. (BDR 32-810)

Makes various changes relating to industrial relations. (BDR 53-928)

Makes various changes relating to the provision of medical and dental services within the Department of Corrections. (BDR 16-749)

Provides for the merger of certain fire protection districts in certain counties. (BDR 42-270)

Revises various provisions concerning the abuse or neglect of a child. (BDR 38-73)

Makes various changes relating to common-interest communities. (BDR 10-1012)

Revises provisions relating to the payment of overtime compensation and prevailing wages. (BDR 28-720)

Requires photographic identification for voting. (BDR 24-162)

Revises provisions governing taxicabs in certain counties. (BDR 58-555)

Requires labeling of certain genetically engineered foods. (BDR 51-955)

Provides for the uniform regulation of firearms in Nevada. (BDR 20-643)

Revises provisions governing educational personnel. (BDR 34-1020)

Revises provisions governing the practice of medicine. (BDR 54-612)

Revises provisions concerning the verification of motor vehicle liability insurance. (BDR 43-53)

Revises provisions relating to gaming. (BDR 41-591)

Provides an exemption from the requirement for a state business license and certain filing fees for certain small businesses. (BDR 7-598)

Revises provisions relating to coverage for autism spectrum disorders in certain policies of health insurance and health care plans. (BDR 57-819)

Provides for the designation and operation of charter agencies. (BDR 18-718)

Provides for the award of certain grants relating to the prevention and treatment of substance abuse. (BDR 40-1023)

Revises provisions relating to services for persons with autism spectrum disorders. (BDR 40-999)

Revises provisions governing contracts for services entered into by certain public employees. (BDR 23-85)

Revises provisions governing historic preservation. (BDR 33-605)

Establishes provisions relating to the deposit of data with a provider of information services. (BDR 52-808)

Revises provisions governing public financial administration. (BDR 30-564)

Revises provisions governing the Knowledge Fund. (BDR 18-884)

Revises provisions governing the truancy of pupils. (BDR 5-617)

Revises provisions relating to statements of financial disclosure. (BDR 23-50)

Revises provisions relating to real property. (BDR 10-511)

Revises various provisions relating to unarmed combat. (BDR 41-142)

Revises provisions governing parole and probation and criminal offenders. (BDR 14-946)

Revises provisions governing the designation of certain city nonpartisan offices. (BDR 24-58)

Provides for the legalization and taxation of marijuana. (BDR 15-1069)

Creates the Office of the State Auditor. (BDR 18-717)

Creates the Nevada Business Development Fund. (BDR 18-523)

Revises provisions governing taxation. (BDR 32-762)

Revises certain provisions governing the enforcement of parking laws. (BDR 43-983)

Revises provisions relating to the position of fire chief in certain cities. (BDR S-1120)

Establishes requirements concerning the prescription of certain pain medications to persons covered under policies of industrial insurance. (BDR 53-971)

Revises provisions governing title loans. (BDR 52-974)

Revises provisions governing real property. (BDR 3-979)

Requires certain health care practitioners to communicate certain information to the public. (BDR 54-1098)

Revises provisions governing the dates for certain elections. (BDR 24-985)

Revises provisions governing ethics in government. (BDR 23-988)

Prohibits a person from stealing a lawfully placed trap or similar device used in the commercial taking of crayfish or any other taking of aquatic life in this State. (BDR 45-746)

Requires a hospital to provide certain information upon discharge to certain older patients. (BDR 40-116)

Revises provisions governing empowerment schools. (BDR 34-508)

Authorizes the creation of a county subsidiary corporation in certain counties to provide public health care services. (BDR 40-990)

Revises provisions relating to transportation. (BDR 35-1158)

Proposes to amend certain provisions of the Nevada Constitution related to the assessment and collection of property taxes to authorize the Legislature to provide by law for the calculation of the taxable value of improvements to real property upon the transfer, sale or conveyance of the property. (BDR C-402)

Urges the Bureau of Land Management and the United States Forest Service to partner with the livestock industry in this State to increase livestock grazing on public lands. (BDR R-18)

SB6
Revises provisions governing the appointment of appeals officers and special appeals officers for matters related to industrial insurance and occupational diseases. (BDR 53-287)

Revises provisions relating to refunds of excess state fees and certain taxes paid by gaming licensees. (BDR 41-330)

Authorizes the issuance of administrative subpoenas by state law enforcement agencies. (BDR 23-334)

Revises provisions governing voluntary sexual conduct between a prisoner and another person. (BDR 16-320)

Revises provisions governing the operation of certain emergency vehicles. (BDR 43-339)

Requires the adoption of regulations to establish a student loan program to assist unemployed persons in obtaining certain job-related certifications and credentials. (BDR S-374)

Revises provisions relating to legal representation of certain persons by the Attorney General or the chief legal officer of a political subdivision of this State in certain civil actions. (BDR 3-389)

Revises provisions governing the process for an employer to request records of criminal history concerning a prospective employee or volunteer. (BDR 14-295)

Revises various provisions relating to court reporters. (BDR 1-386)

Revises provisions governing advanced practitioners of nursing. (BDR 54-549)

Provides certain protections for employees who care for family members. (BDR 53-542)

Establishes a cause of action for persons who become addicted to a prescription drug. (BDR 3-98)

Revises provisions limiting the liability of owners, lessees and occupants of premises under certain circumstances. (BDR 3-105)

Repeals certain provisions relating to unlawful employment practices. (BDR 53-104)

Revises provisions governing public assistance. (BDR 38-469)

Revises provisions governing criminal background investigations of employees and independent contractors of certain agencies, facilities and homes that provide medical or other care to persons. (BDR 40-118)

Revises provisions relating to the filing of a general rate application by an electric utility in this State. (BDR 58-650)

Creates the Task Force on Employee Misclassification. (BDR 53-580)

Authorizes the imposition of an administrative penalty against an employer under certain circumstances. (BDR 53-579)

Revises provisions relating to safety equipment for certain skateboarders. (BDR 40-474)

Provides for establishment of electronic death registry system. (BDR 40-832)

Revises various provisions of the Fort Mohave Valley Development Law. (BDR S-472)

Converts the Department of Wildlife into the Division of Wildlife of the State Department of Conservation and Natural Resources. (BDR 45-244)

Revises provisions relating to local government employment. (BDR 23-544)

Establishes provisions governing certain acts of pharmacists. (BDR 54-101)

Exempts certain persons from the licensing requirements for broker-dealers. (BDR 7-444)

Revises provisions relating to the resale of a unit in a common-interest community. (BDR 10-429)

Revises the period of validity of hunting and fishing licenses. (BDR 45-783)

Revises provisions governing concealed firearms. (BDR 15-426)

Authorizes irrevocable trusts and certain other entities to hold ownership interests in professional entities. (BDR 7-848)

Establishes provisions authorizing certain public-private partnerships. (BDR 22-471)

Exempts public works projects of schools and of the Nevada System of Higher Education from prevailing wage requirements. (BDR 28-44)

Revises provisions governing the frequency of required inspections of the emissions of certain motor vehicles. (BDR 40-427)

Revises provisions governing the equipment and training required to operate a motorcycle. (BDR 43-54)

Revises the formula used to determine the value of used vehicles for the purpose of calculating the amount of governmental services taxes due. (BDR 32-433)

Requires certain policies of health insurance and health care plans to provide coverage for acupuncture treatments in certain circumstances. (BDR 57-602)

Revises provisions governing deficiency judgments on obligations secured by certain residential property. (BDR 3-604)

Revises various provisions relating to constructional defects. (BDR 3-480)

Revises provisions governing the recovery of certain benefits paid under the State Plan for Medicaid. (BDR 38-82)

Revises provisions relating to collective bargaining agreements of local government employers. (BDR 23-727)

Revises provisions governing the membership of the Board of Wildlife Commissioners. (BDR 45-408)

Revises provisions governing real property. (BDR 3-112)

Designates English as the official language of the State of Nevada. (BDR 19-431)

Revises provisions relating to motor carriers. (BDR 58-585)

Revises provisions governing reductions in the workforce of school districts. (BDR 23-1009)

Revises provisions relating to the disposition of unspent campaign contributions. (BDR 24-843)

Revises provisions governing underperforming public schools. (BDR 34-149)

Revises provisions governing manufactured home parks. (BDR 10-627)

Revises provisions governing the Nevada College Savings Program. (BDR 31-693)

Revises provisions relating to education. (BDR 34-196)

Makes various changes relating to statewide primary elections. (BDR 24-36)

Revises provisions governing postconviction petitions for habeas corpus. (BDR 3-43)

Revises provisions relating to home inspections. (BDR 54-963)

Makes various changes relating to certain professional licensing boards. (BDR 54-503)

Makes various changes concerning common-interest communities. (BDR 10-102)

Revises provisions governing the carrying of concealed firearms on school property. (BDR 15-1062)

Designates the Blue Weimaraner as the official state dog of the State of Nevada. (BDR 19-842)

Revises provisions relating to lawsuits involving real property. (BDR 10-1004)

Revises provisions relating to corporations. (BDR 7-1006)

Establishes a tax credit for donations to a school tuition organization. (BDR 34-87)

Revises provisions concerning brew pubs. (BDR 52-1065)

Revises provisions relating to domestic relations. (BDR 11-872)

Allows a person who discovers an abandoned vessel on private property to apply for a certificate of ownership to the abandoned vessel under certain circumstances. (BDR 43-997)

Makes various changes relating to employment. (BDR 53-836)

Revises various provisions governing contracts for the performance of any kind of labor and for work, material or equipment for the construction, alteration or repair of property or improvements to property. (BDR 9-74)

Revises certain provisions relating to insurance. (BDR 53-1056)

Makes various changes relating to employment. (BDR 53-889)

Requires the board of trustees of each school district to adopt a policy to exempt certain pupils from certain attendance requirements. (BDR 34-782)

Requires law enforcement agencies to adopt and enforce policies and procedures governing identification of officers under certain circumstances. (BDR 23-435)

Revises certain provisions relating to bailiffs and deputy marshals. (BDR 1-874)

Authorizes Legislators to designate that compensation be deposited in the State Distributive School Account. (BDR 17-856)

Revises provisions relating to motor carriers. (BDR 58-950)

Revises provisions relating to criminal law. (BDR 15-672)

Requires the Director of the Department of Health and Human Services to include certain requirements in the State Plan for Medicaid. (BDR 38-699)

Proposes to exempt from sales and use taxes precious metal coins and numismatic coins. (BDR 32-691)

Revises provisions relating to workers' compensation. (BDR 53-903)

Revises provisions governing empowerment schools. (BDR 34-562)

Revises provisions governing constables. (BDR 20-902)

Revises provisions relating to title to real property. (BDR 9-1003)

Limits the recovery of damages arising from a motor vehicle accident under certain circumstances. (BDR 3-825)

Revises provisions governing falconry. (BDR 45-589)

Contingently reduces by half the valuation of vehicles for the purpose of determining the amount of the governmental services taxes imposed. (BDR 32-1007)

Requires certain recipients of Medicaid to make copayments for certain services. (BDR 38-839)

Revises provisions relating to incompetent defendants. (BDR 14-1063)

Revises provisions relating to the renewable energy portfolio standard. (BDR 58-766)

Exempts certain home-based businesses from the requirement to obtain a state business license. (BDR 7-479)

Makes various changes relating to common-interest communities. (BDR 10-587)

Revises provisions relating to wildlife. (BDR 45-1026)

Revises provisions relating to planning and zoning. (BDR 22-688)

Makes various changes relating to prevailing wages. (BDR 28-855)

Revises provisions relating to local governmental finance. (BDR 21-92)

Revises provisions relating to electric utilities. (BDR 58-835)

Revises provisions governing the transfer of water rights. (BDR 48-543)

Revises provisions governing the rights of peace officers. (BDR 23-463)

Revises provisions relating to governmental administration. (BDR 23-851)

Revises provisions governing unclaimed property. (BDR 10-826)

Creates the Advisory Board on Business Promotion. (BDR 18-912)

Establishes certain provisions relating to independent contractors. (BDR 53-904)

Revises provisions relating to unfair lending practices. (BDR 52-901)

Requires the Department of Health and Human Services to establish the Advisory Council on Diabetes Care, Prevention and Awareness. (BDR 40-90)

Revises provisions relating to certain providers of electric service. (BDR 58-1042)

Makes various changes concerning foreign nationals. (BDR 15-432)

Revises provisions concerning constructional defects. (BDR 3-425)

Revises provisions relating to telemedicine. (BDR 54-972)

Makes various changes relating to state financial administration. (BDR 31-181)

Enacts the Nevada Liberty Preservation Act. (BDR 15-728)

Revises provisions concerning the Nevada Transportation Authority. (BDR 58-56)

Provides for the imposition of a fee on certain live adult entertainment businesses. (BDR 32-1045)

Revises provisions governing educational personnel. (BDR 34-865)

Provides for the establishment of intermediate sanction facilities within the Department of Corrections for certain probation violators and offenders. (BDR S-498)

Makes various changes relating to firearms. (BDR 15-931)

Revises provisions governing eminent domain. (BDR 3-886)

Revises provisions governing the taxation of mines and mining claims and excludes the value of certain mineral deposits from the taxable value of property. (BDR 32-910)

Revises provisions governing representation of the State by the Attorney General. (BDR 18-883)

Makes various changes relating to real property. (BDR 54-911)

Prohibits the employment of certain persons at adult entertainment establishments. (BDR 15-1046)

Revises provisions relating to gaming employees. (BDR 41-188)

Revises provisions relating to civil actions. (BDR 2-1105)

Makes various changes concerning medical and dental malpractice claims. (BDR 3-600)

Revises provisions concerning the verification of motor vehicle liability insurance. (BDR 43-167)

Revises provisions relating to collective bargaining agreements of local government employers. (BDR 23-1092)

Revises provisions governing the State Board of Education. (BDR 34-1076)

Revises provisions relating to foreclosures. (BDR 9-636)

Revises certain provisions concerning real property. (BDR 9-641)

Provides certain exemptions from provisions relating to contractors. (BDR 54-1093)

Authorizes an insurer and an insured to agree to conduct business through electronic transmission. (BDR 57-1094)

Proposes to amend the Nevada Constitution to abolish the requirement that an employer who does not provide health benefits pay a higher minimum wage. (BDR C-473)

Claims sovereignty under the Tenth Amendment to the United States Constitution. (BDR R-692)

Proposes to amend the Nevada Constitution to create the Governor Guinn Millennium Scholarship Trust Fund. (BDR C-47)

Proposes to amend the Nevada Constitution to preserve the right to hunt, fish and trap in this State. (BDR C-586)

Proposes to amend the Nevada Constitution to allow voucher schools. (BDR C-35)

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