Bills and Resolutions by Failed Deadline

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Bills and Resolutions That Failed to Meet Committee Passage (First House) - Friday, April 15, 2011 - 324 Results

AB3
Provides for the issuance of a certificate of birth resulting in stillbirth. (BDR 40-349)

AB4
Revises provisions relating to the crime of holding another person in involuntary servitude. (BDR 15-361)

AB5
Revises provisions regarding the punishment for pandering. (BDR 15-363)

AB8
Revises provisions relating to the use of force. (BDR 15-37)

Revises the provisions governing certain tax abatements for new or expanded businesses and renewable energy facilities. (BDR 32-283)

Makes certain occupational licensing boards and commissions subject to the same requirements as other agencies of the Executive Department of the State Government. (BDR 31-409)

Removes the prospective expiration of provisions allowing a county office to deviate from its required hours of operation under certain circumstances. (BDR S-280)

Revises provisions governing the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada. (BDR 58-454)

Repeals the prohibition on the use of certain automated equipment to gather evidence to use for issuing traffic citations. (BDR 43-483)

Revises provisions governing the custom application of pesticides. (BDR 49-453)

Revises provisions governing contracts for public works. (BDR 28-437)

Revises provisions governing charter schools and homeschooled children. (BDR 34-438)

Revises the statutes of repose regarding actions for damages resulting from certain deficiencies in construction. (BDR 2-418)

Requires a base adjustment in the formula for the allocation of certain consolidated tax revenue and an interim legislative study of the current allocation formula. (BDR S-315)

Revises provisions relating to public defenders. (BDR 14-279)

Revises provisions relating to certain providers of emergency medical services. (BDR 40-447)

Makes certain temporary governmental employees ineligible for unemployment compensation. (BDR 53-318)

Authorizes the establishment of a medical district in certain counties. (BDR 40-345)

Authorizes the governing body of a city to enter into a contract to mitigate the price volatility of a city's fleet fuel. (BDR 21-399)

Revises requirements pertaining to preferences in bidding on public works. (BDR 28-255)

Revises provisions governing education. (BDR 34-302)

Makes various changes concerning applied behavior analysis. (BDR 54-503)

Revises provisions governing the Public Employees' Retirement System. (BDR 23-317)

Authorizes the Department of Transportation to contract with a construction manager at risk for certain projects under certain circumstances. (BDR 35-486)

Revises provisions governing the purchase of motor vehicles by the State of Nevada. (BDR 27-429)

Revises provisions governing certain sexual offenses. (BDR 14-466)

Revises provisions governing an exemption from the partial abatement of taxes on real property. (BDR 32-398)

Authorizes the commencement of a civil action against an employer under certain circumstances. (BDR 28-529)

Revises provisions governing common-interest communities. (BDR 10-512)

Makes various changes relating to school employees. (BDR 34-131)

Requires certain policies of health insurance and health care plans to provide coverage for acupuncture treatments in certain circumstances. (BDR 57-278)

Makes various changes to provisions relating to employment practices. (BDR 53-277)

Authorizes the involuntary court-ordered admission of certain persons with mental illness to programs of community-based or outpatient services under certain circumstances. (BDR 39-273)

Allows for the postponement of consideration of applications for special license plates. (BDR 43-588)

Revises provisions governing the admissibility of psychological or psychiatric evidence. (BDR 4-558)

Revises the order in which the names of candidates for an office must appear on the ballot. (BDR 24-685)

Provides for the creation of underground utilities districts. (BDR 20-544)

Prohibits a person from using a false or assumed name when voting. (BDR 24-755)

Requires an employee organization to prepare an annual report concerning the dues, expenditures, compensation and other finances of the employee organization. (BDR 23-772)

Revises provisions governing certain sexual crimes involving minors. (BDR 15-514)

Eliminates the deadline for registering to vote in an election. (BDR 24-686)

Revises provisions governing educational personnel. (BDR 34-93)

Requires an animal abuser to register with the sheriff of the county in which he or she resides under certain circumstances. (BDR 50-751)

Revises provisions relating to certain liens. (BDR 9-305)

Revises provisions governing certain insurance for motor vehicles. (BDR 43-813)

Makes various changes concerning vulnerable persons. (BDR 18-153)

Revises provisions governing certain occupational diseases for employees in certain professions. (BDR 53-688)

Revises provisions relating to renewable energy. (BDR 58-152)

Revises provisions relating to emergency medical services provided in certain counties. (BDR 40-624)

Limits civil liability of certain persons for injuries or death resulting from certain equine activities. (BDR 3-879)

Prohibits certain provisions from being construed to authorize the use of a record of arrest as a reason to deny, refuse to renew, suspend or revoke a license, permit, certificate or registration. (BDR 7-560)

Revises provisions relating to changes in rates of certain insurance. (BDR 57-727)

Revises the date of the primary election. (BDR 24-580)

Revises provisions governing exemptions from the requirements for licensure of driving schools. (BDR 43-600)

Revises provisions relating to public records. (BDR 19-574)

Revises provisions relating to public guardians. (BDR 20-157)

Consolidates the office of county coroner with the office of public administrator in certain counties. (BDR 20-34)

Revises the manner in which to determine the tax imposed on moist snuff. (BDR 32-605)

Revises provisions governing the authority of charter schools to enter into certain contracts. (BDR 34-752)

Prohibits the use of a cellular telephone or other handheld wireless communications device while operating a motor vehicle in certain circumstances. (BDR 43-104)

Revises provisions governing the manner in which a vacancy on the board of trustees of a school district is filled. (BDR 34-690)

Enacts provisions related to multicultural education. (BDR 34-691)

Requires school districts to develop school crossing guard programs. (BDR 34-237)

Establishes an account for retired boxers and other contestants who engaged in unarmed combat for remuneration. (BDR 41-55)

Makes various changes to provisions governing eminent domain. (BDR 3-115)

Requires a cooling off period before a former State Legislator or constitutional officer may serve as a paid lobbyist. (BDR 23-359)

Revises provisions governing the possession and use of firearms in state parks. (BDR 35-358)

Allows certain real property managed or controlled by the Federal Government to be taken by eminent domain for certain purposes. (BDR 3-373)

Authorizes certain tax credits for qualified investments in Nevada small businesses. (BDR 32-804)

Revises certain provisions governing ownership interest in professional entities. (BDR 7-676)

Revises a certain portion of the boundary between Storey County and Washoe County. (BDR 20-728)

Revises provisions concerning the issuance of permits to carry concealed firearms. (BDR 15-51)

Revises provisions governing the employment of retired public employees. (BDR 23-541)

Provides certain restrictions on demonstrations near a funeral, memorial service or ceremony. (BDR 15-230)

Designates English as the official language of the State of Nevada. (BDR 19-231)

Revises provisions governing the use by a local government of the money in certain funds that are designated for capital projects. (BDR 31-756)

Clarifies that the relationship between a person who agrees to provide services for certain programs and a person with a disability or mental retardation who is participating in such a program does not constitute employment for the purposes of provisions governing the minimum wage. (BDR 53-898)

Revises provisions concerning the employee benefits of employees of law enforcement agencies upon the merger of the agencies into a metropolitan police department. (BDR 22-644)

Revises provisions governing the application of sales and use taxes to bottled water. (BDR 32-542)

Revises provisions governing concealed firearms. (BDR 15-894)

Revises provisions governing places of public accommodation. (BDR 54-301)

Revises provisions regarding the medical use of marijuana. (BDR 40-912)

Revises provisions governing financial obligations in common-interest communities. (BDR 10-658)

Requires public bodies to post on their websites, if any, certain material and records related to meetings of the public body. (BDR 19-527)

Provides penalties for certain actions by contractors against persons who are older or vulnerable. (BDR 54-670)

Requires contractors and subcontractors on a public work to use E-Verify to verify eligibility for employment for workers on the public work. (BDR 28-581)

Revises various provisions governing workers' compensation. (BDR 53-1121)

Clarifies permissible use of proceeds of certain local sales and use taxes by Carson City. (BDR S-646)

Revises provisions relating to constables. (BDR 20-1097)

Revises provisions governing disciplinary proceedings for certain employees of state and local government. (BDR 23-35)

Requires the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada to establish a program that creates incentives for the development of renewable energy systems in this State. (BDR 58-259)

Reduces the amount of the governmental services taxes imposed on certain older motor vehicles. (BDR 32-526)

Makes various changes relating to juvenile justice. (BDR 5-1032)

Requires private contractors, under certain circumstances, to remove from freeways and highways devices for the temporary diversion of traffic. (BDR 35-555)

Provides for the consolidation of fire departments in certain counties. (BDR 22-530)

Requires the Commission on Professional Standards in Education to establish an expedited procedure for the licensure of certain teachers. (BDR 34-967)

Revises provisions governing an award of attorney's fees in causes of action for constructional defects. (BDR 3-607)

Authorizes the Commission on Economic Development to approve partial abatements of the taxes imposed on certain businesses that locate in this State. (BDR 32-175)

Requires a person who owns or controls the premises on which an injury or death allegedly occurred to produce certain evidence under certain circumstances. (BDR 3-1038)

Revises provisions relating to airports in certain counties. (BDR 44-966)

Revises the circumstances under which a person may operate an off-highway vehicle on a highway in this State. (BDR 43-654)

Authorizes off-highway vehicles to be operated on highways under certain circumstances. (BDR 43-893)

Provides for the issuance of special license plates to promote awareness of the United States Constitution. (BDR 43-897)

Increases the penalty for certain crimes committed against older or vulnerable persons. (BDR 15-1048)

Revises the requirements for voting by persons who register to vote by mail. (BDR 24-770)

Revises provisions governing early voting. (BDR 24-1045)

Revises provisions governing coroners' inquests. (BDR 20-1024)

Revises provisions governing the jurisdiction and control over items manufactured or produced within this State. (BDR 19-809)

Makes various changes to provisions governing juvenile sex offenders. (BDR 5-551)

Revises provisions governing elections. (BDR 24-1003)

Increases taxes on intoxicating liquor and tobacco products. (BDR 32-881)

Imposes excise tax on use of certain services in this State and extends prospective expiration of certain sources and allocations of tax revenue. (BDR 32-882)

Provides for reconsideration of personnel decisions for public employees. (BDR 23-1010)

Revises provisions governing occupational safety. (BDR 53-995)

Revises provisions governing penalties for violations of certain traffic laws. (BDR 43-941)

Authorizes the State and local governments to publish material electronically in lieu of in a newspaper in certain circumstances. (BDR 19-271)

Reduces the amount of the governmental services taxes imposed on certain older motor vehicles. (BDR 32-914)

Revises provisions governing preservation of biological evidence and genetic marker testing. (BDR 14-270)

Requires the Department of Wildlife to make certain tags for hunting deer available annually. (BDR 45-977)

Revises provisions relating to controlled substances. (BDR 40-1043)

Prohibits a court reporter or court reporting firm from charging more than a certain amount per page for copies of a transcript under certain circumstances. (BDR 54-81)

Makes various changes to provisions governing juvenile sex offenders. (BDR 5-677)

Revises provisions relating to preferences in bidding on smaller public works contracts. (BDR 28-1053)

Revises provisions governing leave of public employees for military duty. (BDR 23-1071)

Revises provisions governing eligibility for a Governor Guinn Millennium Scholarship. (BDR 34-1040)

Enacts provisions relating to school choice. (BDR 34-1047)

Enacts the Freedom of Choice in Health Care Act. (BDR 40-705)

Establishes requirements for the indication of a person's gender on documents submitted to governmental agencies. (BDR 19-608)

Revises the manner in which a construction manager at risk may solicit bids and select a subcontractor for a public work. (BDR 28-1044)

Imposes a fee on electronic transmissions of money to foreign locations. (BDR 32-583)

Revises provisions pertaining to crimes involving child pornography. (BDR 15-354)

Authorizes a charitable organization to possess and transport the carcass of a game mammal for inspection and processing under certain circumstances. (BDR 45-52)

Revises provisions relating to the use of force in defense of habitation, property or person. (BDR 15-123)

Revises provisions governing providers of electric service. (BDR 58-33)

Makes various changes relating to systems for obtaining solar energy and systems for obtaining wind energy. (BDR 22-880)

Revises provisions relating to certain domestic wells. (BDR 48-347)

Revises provisions governing the registration of certain trailers and the depreciation of certain vehicles. (BDR 43-549)

Makes various changes to provisions governing mechanical voting systems. (BDR 24-1022)

Imposes a fee on sales by fast-food businesses of certain items of prepared food. (BDR 32-54)

Revises provisions relating to business brokers. (BDR 54-1041)

Enacts the Revised Uniform Law on Notarial Acts. (BDR 19-328)

Enacts the Freedom of Choice in Health Care Act. (BDR 40-372)

Requires a contribution to higher education for technology commercialization by businesses which are granted certain tax abatements. (BDR 34-771)

Limits the liability of certain independent contractors. (BDR 3-1072)

Excludes certain golf courses from being designated as open-space real property under applicable zoning ordinances. (BDR 32-130)

Provides for transferable tax credits to attract filmmakers to Nevada. (BDR 32-913)

Revises provisions governing dispensing of certain drugs and medications. (BDR 54-768)

Allows certain organizations to request an opinion of the Attorney General under certain circumstances. (BDR 18-719)

Revises provisions governing the revision of work programs and the acceptance of gifts and grants. (BDR 31-814)

Requires photographic identification for voting. (BDR 24-704)

Makes various changes concerning the operation of certain vending stands. (BDR 22-1061)

Revises provisions governing aliens unlawfully present in the United States. (BDR 14-79)

Revises certain provisions governing voter identification. (BDR 24-606)

Revises provisions governing elections. (BDR 24-1030)

Requires certain proof of identity to vote. (BDR 24-754)

Provides a deduction from the payroll tax for wages paid to newly hired employees under certain circumstances. (BDR 32-724)

Increases the rate of assessment of property. (BDR 32-720)

Revises provisions governing the medical use of marijuana. (BDR 40-1066)

Revises various provisions relating to redevelopment. (BDR 22-735)

Establishes the Community Solar Garden Demonstration Program. (BDR 58-1082)

Authorizes the Commission on Economic Development to approve partial abatements of taxes imposed on certain facilities that locate in this State. (BDR 32-722)

Revises provisions governing mediation in certain actions for foreclosures. (BDR 9-707)

Revises provisions governing state financial administration. (BDR 31-151)

Revises provisions governing the universal energy charge. (BDR 58-1106)

Revises provisions governing homeowners' insurance. (BDR 57-562)

Revises provisions governing the death penalty. (BDR 14-1125)

Revises provisions concerning the duties of the Board of State Prison Commissioners and the Director of the Department of Corrections. (BDR 16-1123)

Revises provisions relating to acts of terrorism. (BDR 15-1124)

Enacts provisions relating to consumer legal funding. (BDR 56-815)

Revises provisions relating to local government. (BDR 20-133)

Revises provisions relating to redevelopment. (BDR 22-1118)

Revises provisions governing public works contracts involving construction managers at risk. (BDR 28-553)

Revises provisions relating to ballots. (BDR 24-1112)

Revises provisions relating to taxes on fuel. (BDR 32-337)

Revises provisions governing motor carriers. (BDR 58-1095)

Revises provisions governing the allocation of taxicabs by the Taxicab Authority. (BDR 58-1093)

Revises provisions relating to the towing of motor vehicles. (BDR 43-222)

Revises provisions pertaining to the use of safety belts in taxicabs. (BDR 43-1111)

Revises provisions governing advertising near certain highways and roads. (BDR 35-1092)

Revises provisions governing certain facilities for juveniles. (BDR 38-672)

Revises provisions governing insurance. (BDR 57-773)

Revises provisions governing the Nevada Life and Health Insurance Guaranty Association. (BDR 57-1089)

Revises provisions governing certain loans. (BDR 52-902)

Provides for the regulation of mobile billboards. (BDR 35-824)

Prescribes provisions relating to school wellness policies. (BDR 34-188)

Revises provisions governing the system of governance of K-12 public education. (BDR 34-741)

Requires the issuance of bonds for environmental improvement projects in the Lake Tahoe Basin. (BDR S-1212)

Proposes to amend the Nevada Constitution to revise the provisions governing a petition for a state initiative or referendum. (BDR C-710)

Rescinds all applications made by the Nevada Legislature to the Congress of the United States to call a constitutional convention to propose amendments to the United States Constitution. (BDR R-886)

Claims sovereignty under the Tenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. (BDR R-896)

Proposes to amend the Nevada Constitution to provide for school vouchers. (BDR C-952)

SB3
Enacts provisions relating to energy efficiency, renewable energy and building construction. (BDR 54-5)

SB4
Revises provisions relating to renewable energy. (BDR 58-331)

SB8
Revises provisions governing payment for unused sick leave upon the retirement, termination in certain circumstances or death of certain state employees. (BDR 23-425)

Makes various changes relating to the establishment of prevailing wages. (BDR 28-478)

Requires insurers to provide certain information to survivors and dependents of deceased workers. (BDR 53-489)

Authorizes a board of county commissioners to prescribe certain fees by ordinance. (BDR 20-281)

Revises certain provisions relating to the psychological or psychiatric examinations used in determining the competence of a defendant. (BDR 14-449)

Revises provisions governing educational personnel. (BDR 34-257)

Eliminates mandatory collective bargaining for local government employers. (BDR 23-412)

Revises provisions relating to the suspension and revocation of drivers' licenses. (BDR 43-493)

Revises provisions governing the entities required to use the services and equipment of the Department of Information Technology. (BDR 19-426)

Makes various changes relating to social work. (BDR 54-506)

Prohibits the establishment in certain locations of certain schools and facilities relating to insurance. (BDR 57-474)

Requires the State Engineer to allow a city, county or other political subdivision to participate in developing and carrying out a plan or conducting a study relating to the appropriation of water for beneficial use under certain circumstances. (BDR 48-525)

Revises provisions governing the issuance of city business licenses. (BDR 21-534)

Revises provisions governing the system of governance of K-12 public education. (BDR 34-424)

Prohibits the use of a cellular telephone or other handheld wireless communications device while operating a motor vehicle in certain circumstances. (BDR 43-461)

Revises provisions governing collective bargaining between local government employers and local government employees. (BDR 23-316)

Makes various changes to the provisions governing manufactured housing. (BDR 43-480)

Enacts the Uniform Collateral Consequences of Conviction Act. (BDR 14-58)

Creates an advisory fiscal affairs committee in each school district. (BDR 34-128)

Makes various changes relating to military installations. (BDR 22-39)

Authorizes the establishment of a policy to allow tenured professors to pursue entrepreneurial business opportunities under certain circumstances. (BDR 34-577)

Revises provisions governing the possession and administration of controlled substances and dangerous drugs. (BDR 40-759)

Revises provisions governing the Governor Guinn Millennium Scholarship Program. (BDR 34-334)

Increases the fees for issuing certain numbers and validation decals for motorboats. (BDR 43-765)

Requires the State Board of Education to prescribe an adjusted adult diploma. (BDR 34-92)

Revises provisions governing the Office of State Public Defender. (BDR 18-641)

Revises provisions governing the displacement or limitation of competition in providing services by certain local governments. (BDR 21-750)

Requires assignments of certain interests in property to be recorded. (BDR 9-650)

Revises various provisions governing manufactured home parks. (BDR 10-925)

Prohibits a minor from using a cellular telephone or other handheld wireless communications device while operating a motor vehicle, except in certain emergency situations. (BDR 43-385)

Makes various changes relating to biodiesel. (BDR 32-218)

Establishes civil liability for knowingly advising certain persons to misrepresent the classification or duties of employees for the purposes of industrial insurance. (BDR 53-167)

Creates a private right of action against employers for employees who are misclassified as independent contractors. (BDR 53-166)

Allows certain unincorporated towns the option to control planning and zoning. (BDR 22-714)

Limits the liability of certain persons involved with an off-road sporting event. (BDR 3-791)

Repeals the modified business tax. (BDR 32-573)

Requires that any examination or test required for the issuance of a driver's license be administered in the English language. (BDR 43-576)

Revises provisions governing topics of collective bargaining for public employees. (BDR 23-788)

Revises provisions governing the procedure upon arrest of a person alleged to have committed a battery constituting domestic violence. (BDR 14-784)

Revises provisions governing arbitrators. (BDR 3-44)

Revises provisions governing the installation of an ignition interlock device following a conviction of driving under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance. (BDR 43-27)

Sets forth requirements relating to the determination of the order of layoffs of certain public employees. (BDR 23-417)

Establishes the Statewide Program for Public Education and the Prevention of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome. (BDR 40-826)

Provides for the establishment and maintenance of an integrated system for the provision of health and social services in certain counties. (BDR 40-368)

Revises provisions governing concealed firearms. (BDR 15-556)

Makes various changes concerning foreign nationals. (BDR 15-572)

Provides for the issuance of special license plates indicating support for Second Amendment rights. (BDR 43-787)

Enacts provisions relating to energy efficiency, renewable energy and building construction. (BDR 54-219)

Restricts the authority of associations of certain planned communities to regulate the storage and placement of containers for the collection of recyclable material. (BDR 10-610)

Revises certain provisions governing real estate transactions. (BDR 54-615)

Revises provisions relating to the costs of collecting past due financial obligations in common-interest communities. (BDR 10-832)

Provides a deduction from the payroll tax for wages paid to newly hired employees under certain circumstances. (BDR 32-332)

Revises provisions governing the sale of contact lenses. (BDR 19-987)

Revises provisions relating to the classification and dispensing of certain precursors to methamphetamine. (BDR 40-648)

Requires the publication by pretrial release agencies of information relating to certain criminal defendants who are released from custody before trial. (BDR 14-111)

Requires certain substances known as fake cocaine to be included on the list of schedule I controlled substances. (BDR 40-990)

Requires certain substances known as synthetic marijuana to be included on the list of schedule I controlled substances. (BDR 40-698)

Makes failure to wear a safety belt in a motor vehicle a primary offense. (BDR 43-38)

Authorizes the board of trustees of a school district to establish a program to provide scholarships to pupils who graduate early from high school. (BDR 34-367)

Makes various changes concerning small exploration projects and small mining operations. (BDR 40-998)

Revises provisions relating to initiative petitions. (BDR 24-1101)

Revises provisions relating to workers' compensation. (BDR 53-168)

Revises provisions relating to financial obligations in common-interest communities. (BDR 10-295)

Establishes the Program for School-Based Health Centers. (BDR 34-112)

Revises provisions governing compensation for overtime. (BDR 53-1054)

Requires certain policies of health insurance and health care plans to provide coverage for tobacco cessation treatments. (BDR 57-1052)

Makes various changes relating to anesthesiology. (BDR 54-843)

Authorizes a court to establish the validity of a will or trust before the death of the testator or settlor. (BDR 12-182)

Revises provisions governing qualifications for licensure for certain health care practitioners. (BDR 54-379)

Makes various changes concerning the state budget process. (BDR 31-780)

Makes various changes concerning bullying. (BDR 34-732)

Establishes provisions governing medical assistants. (BDR 40-14)

Revises provisions governing deceptive trade practices. (BDR 52-993)

Creates the Pooled Fiscal Emergency Fund to assist in providing financial stability for certain counties. (BDR 31-1078)

Revises provisions relating to preferential employment in the construction of public works. (BDR 28-1056)

Enacts provisions governing noxious odors. (BDR 40-1077)

Revises provisions governing the issuance of special license plates, special parking placards and special parking stickers to persons with a permanent disability. (BDR 43-1100)

Revises provisions governing an award of attorney's fees in causes of action for constructional defects. (BDR 3-245)

Authorizes charitable organizations to operate remote caller bingo games. (BDR 41-46)

Enacts the Freedom of Choice in Health Care Act. (BDR 40-69)

Makes various changes relating to interests in property. (BDR 9-790)

Makes various changes relating to transportation. (BDR 58-1070)

Revises provisions relating to abandoned vehicles. (BDR 43-763)

Makes various changes concerning state financial administration. (BDR 31-748)

Revises provisions relating to parks and recreation areas in this State. (BDR 20-393)

Revises provisions governing the mandatory installation of automatic fire sprinkler systems. (BDR 22-1027)

Makes various changes to provisions governing real estate. (BDR 54-532)

Revises provisions governing compensation for overtime. (BDR 53-708)

Requires the establishment of the Nevada Job Creation Incentive Program to provide a deduction from the payroll tax for wages paid to newly hired employees under certain circumstances. (BDR 32-746)

Requires the creation of a searchable database of expenditures and funding actions by state agencies under certain circumstances. (BDR 31-224)

Revises provisions governing collective bargaining between local governments and employees. (BDR 23-1036)

Revises provisions governing collective bargaining between local government employers and local government employees. (BDR 23-1084)

Enacts the Agreement Among the States to Elect the President by National Popular Vote. (BDR 24-1269)

Makes various changes relating to courts. (BDR 1-1076)

Revises provisions governing deficiency judgments on obligations secured by certain residential property. (BDR 3-276)

Revises provisions concerning policies of health insurance and health care plans that provide coverage for dental care. (BDR 57-1057)

Revises provisions relating to employment. (BDR 53-389)

Revises provisions relating to criminal procedure. (BDR 14-390)

Revises provisions relating to property exempt from execution. (BDR 2-238)

Revises the notice and publication requirements for certain applications for water rights. (BDR 48-31)

Prohibits a person from engaging in horse tripping or organizing a horse tripping event under certain circumstances. (BDR 50-357)

Enacts provisions relating to school choice. (BDR 34-20)

Requires the establishment of a program of shared work unemployment compensation. (BDR 53-296)

Revises the formula used to determine the value of used vehicles for the purpose of calculating the amount of governmental services taxes due. (BDR 32-309)

Revises provisions governing aliens unlawfully present in the United States. (BDR 14-80)

Establishes provisions relating to early intervention services for infants and toddlers with disabilities. (BDR 40-630)

Revises provisions relating to economic development. (BDR 32-19)

Makes various changes concerning the taxation of certain tobacco products. (BDR 32-869)

Establishes provisions concerning medical assistants. (BDR 40-189)

Enacts provisions requiring the payment of deposits and refunds on certain beverage containers sold in this State. (BDR 40-1114)

Revises provisions governing the liability of a general contractor or subcontractor for certain benefit payments. (BDR 28-744)

Establishes a technology commercialization plan for Nevada. (BDR 18-906)

Revises provisions governing an investigation of a peace officer by a law enforcement agency. (BDR 23-1085)

Authorizes certain persons to request that personal information contained in certain public records be kept confidential. (BDR 20-1149)

Revises provisions governing the formation of a township in certain counties. (BDR 20-1110)

Revises provisions relating to public works. (BDR 28-1142)

Revises provisions concerning information that a gaming applicant or licensee must provide. (BDR 41-1102)

Revises provisions relating to the lease of office space for use by certain state agencies. (BDR 27-221)

Revises provisions governing alcoholic beverages. (BDR 52-617)

Revises provisions governing the recovery of certain benefits paid under the State Plan for Medicaid. (BDR 38-1133)

Provides for the regulation of certain marketing programs or promotions of liquor in retail establishments. (BDR 32-923)

Revises provisions relating to drivers' licenses and identification cards. (BDR 43-1086)

Authorizes certain counties to impose additional taxes on fuels for motor vehicles. (BDR 32-798)

Proposes to amend the Nevada Constitution to replace the State Board of Pardons Commissioners with the Clemency Board and to require the Legislature to provide for the organization and duties of the Clemency Board. (BDR C-552)

Proposes to amend the Nevada Constitution to allow the Legislature to authorize the operation of a state lottery for the support of public education. (BDR C-68)

Proposes to amend the Nevada Constitution to repeal the constitutional provision requiring the payment of a minimum wage. (BDR C-578)

Claims sovereignty under the Tenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. (BDR R-333)

Proposes to amend the Nevada Constitution to limit the total amount of property taxes that may be levied on real property. (BDR C-17)

Proposes to amend the Nevada Constitution to allow voucher schools. (BDR C-1017)

Proposes to amend the Nevada Constitution to authorize the Governor to reduce or veto appropriations or authorizations to expend money. (BDR C-838)

Proposes to amend the Nevada Constitution to establish the Trust Fund for State Parks. (BDR C-918)

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