Session Information


Information to help you navigate the legislative process and/or NELIS.



Legislators for the 82nd (2023) Session are listed below. Listings include contact and biographcial information. To explore more legislator information, please see the Research Library's Legislator Database.



New Legislator Orientation and Training


The 120-Day Calendar shows the various deadlines for the session. The Events Calendar shows the social events for the session. For a listing of all meetings for the session, please visit the Meetings and Floor Sessions page.

120-Day Calendar

Events Calendar

State of the State

The Governor gives the state of the state address prior to a legislative session. Since 2009, the other party has given a response. For historical State of the State addresses, please visit the Research Library's listing of State of the State Addresses from 1864 to current.

Governor Sisolak's State of the State Address

Journals and Histories

Each house of the Nevada Legislature publishes a daily journal of its proceedings, which is the only official record of floor activity. The Histories list each bill and resolution introduced in the respective chamber for which they are reporting in numerical sequence by bill number or the number of the resolution.




The Senate and Assembly each have house standing rules, and there are also adopted joint standing rules.

Senate Standing Rules with Index

Assembly Standing Rules with Index

Joint Standing Rules with Index

Press and Lobbyists

Information regarding press accreditation, as well as lobbyist registration and reports..

Press Accreditation and Information

Lobbyist Registration and Reports

Reports to the Legislature

Reports submitted to the Legislature over the preceding biennium. To explore more reports required to come to the Legislature, please visit the Research Library's Reports to the Legislature database.

Reports Submitted to the Nevada Legislature 2021-2023 Biennium


To submit an opinion on a bill, navigate to the Bills and Resolutions Page ,select the bill or resolution you wish to opine on and then click the "opinions" tab

View Opinion Stats For All Bills

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