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Bills and Resolutions That Failed to Meet Committee Passage (First House) - Friday, April 12, 2019 - 275 Results

AB2
Revises provisions governing the employment of certain professionals on public works projects. (BDR 54-487)

AB3
Authorizes the Department of Taxation to issue additional licenses for retail marijuana stores and certificates for medical marijuana dispensaries upon the request of a city. (BDR 40-431)

AB5
Revises provisions governing the amendment of the land use plan of the master plan by local government planning commissions. (BDR 22-462)

AB6
Revises the membership of certain councils to replace the Director of the Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation with the Executive Director of the Office of Workforce Innovation. (BDR 18-232)

Revises provisions governing court orders for protection when certain children are involved. (BDR 5-499)

Revises provisions governing achievement charter schools. (BDR 34-334)

Revises provisions governing the partial abatement of various taxes imposed on aircraft, components of aircraft and other personal property related to aircraft. (BDR 32-330)

Requires certain persons to report actual and suspected drug overdoses. (BDR 40-413)

Revises provisions relating to public office. (BDR 23-401)

Requires the State Board of Education to create a subcommittee to study the manner in which to include certain instruction relating to substance abuse in the health curriculum for certain grade levels. (BDR S-419)

Revises provisions relating to the requirements to levy taxes to support certain fire districts. (BDR 20-485)

Revises provisions governing the management of water. (BDR 48-213)

Revises provisions governing the issuance and revocation of drivers' licenses, instruction permits and privileges to drive by the Department of Motor Vehicles. (BDR 43-225)

Revises provisions governing immunity for a witness who is compelled to testify or produce evidence. (BDR 14-416)

Revises provisions relating to the board of trustees of certain school districts. (BDR 34-400)

Revises provisions governing achievement charter schools. (BDR 34-335)

Revises provisions governing turnaround schools. (BDR 34-336)

Makes it unlawful for a person to engage in the business of buying, selling, trading or dealing in certain antlers or any head or skull of a big game mammal without first obtaining an antler dealer's license. (BDR 45-208)

Revises provisions governing public employees' retirement. (BDR 23-466)

Revises provisions relating to elections. (BDR 24-482)

Increases the penalty for insurance fraud in certain circumstances. (BDR 57-410)

Requires certain information concerning prescriptions of controlled substances to be provided to certain licensing boards and professionals who prescribe such controlled substances. (BDR 54-447)

Revises provisions relating to certain expenditures of money for public health. (BDR 40-529)

Requires that instruction in the founding principles of American government be specifically included in public schools. (BDR 34-132)

Revises provisions governing enhancement of penalties for committing assault and battery under certain circumstances. (BDR 15-159)

Authorizes a private plaintiff to bring an action for a declaratory judgment regarding a violation of state law or a local ordinance by certain governmental entities. (BDR 3-26)

Makes certain changes relating to collective bargaining. (BDR 23-251)

Revises provisions governing parole. (BDR 16-19)

Revises provisions relating to state employment. (BDR 23-762)

Provides a privilege to an organized committee of certain groups of physicians to refuse to disclose certain information. (BDR 4-556)

Revises provisions relating to certain financial transactions and short-term loans. (BDR 52-621)

Revises provisions governing workers' compensation. (BDR 53-605)

Revises certain provisions relating to public officers and candidates for public office. (BDR 17-776)

Revises provisions governing testimony before governmental bodies. (BDR 19-272)

Revises provisions governing easements. (BDR 22-545)

Revises provisions governing workers' compensation. (BDR 53-708)

Proposes to exempt sales of diapers from sales and use taxes and analogous taxes upon approval by the voters. (BDR 32-275)

Revises provisions governing school safety. (BDR 34-23)

Creates the Nevada Office of the Inspector General. (BDR 18-2)

Abolishes capital punishment. (BDR 15-774)

Establishes the Governor's Advisory Council on Food Security within the Department of Health and Human Services. (BDR 18-830)

Revises provisions governing the Commission on Tourism. (BDR 18-24)

Revises various provisions relating to governmental administration. (BDR 18-777)

Revises provisions relating to civil liability for causing the injury or death of certain pets. (BDR 3-126)

Authorizes the possession of a handgun in a motor vehicle that is on the property of certain educational entities or child care facilities in certain circumstances. (BDR 15-97)

Revises provisions governing the settlement of certain claims under policies of motor vehicle insurance. (BDR 57-129)

Revises provisions relating to the repair of motor vehicles. (BDR 57-835)

Revises provisions relating to public works. (BDR 28-622)

Revises provisions relating to security guards. (BDR 54-929)

Revises provisions governing the safety of children. (BDR 43-128)

Revises requirements for the issuance of annual permits for entering, camping and boating in state parks and recreational areas. (BDR 35-649)

Revises provisions relating to consumer practices. (BDR 52-899)

Revises provisions relating to the use of cellular devices while driving. (BDR 43-845)

Authorizes the possession of a handgun in a motor vehicle that is on the property of a community college under certain circumstances. (BDR 15-652)

Revises provisions relating to bail in certain criminal cases. (BDR 14-127)

Revises provisions governing education. (BDR 34-122)

Makes various changes concerning domestic relations. (BDR 11-123)

Revises provisions governing the issuance of restricted drivers' licenses to certain pupils. (BDR 43-706)

Revises provisions relating to document preparation services. (BDR 19-666)

Revises provisions relating to firearms. (BDR 15-860)

Revises provisions relating to education savings accounts. (BDR 31-850)

Revises provisions relating to health insurance. (BDR 57-937)

Revises provisions governing sexual assault. (BDR 15-837)

Revises provisions governing bullying and cyber-bullying of pupils. (BDR 34-105)

Revises the commerce tax as it applies to certain motor vehicle dealers. (BDR 32-15)

Revises provisions relating to victims of crime. (BDR 15-653)

Revises provisions relating to business entities. (BDR 18-996)

Provides for the creation of land banks. (BDR 22-799)

Expands the employers subject to provisions prohibiting certain unlawful employment practices. (BDR 53-1046)

Provides for the establishment of the Prekindergarten Improvement and Expansion Program. (BDR 34-1012)

Revises provisions relating to permits to carry concealed firearms. (BDR 15-84)

Revises provisions governing private activity bonds. (BDR 30-91)

Revises provisions related to vital statistics. (BDR 40-1036)

Revises provisions governing elections. (BDR 24-834)

Revises provisions relating to local governmental financial administration. (BDR 31-1069)

Revises provisions governing criminal justice. (BDR 3-120)

Creates the Office of Project Management within the Department of Administration. (BDR 18-1021)

Authorizes the board of county commissioners of certain counties to provide for reimbursements to be made to retailers of motor vehicle fuel and special fuel for certain fuel taxes imposed in those counties. (BDR 32-955)

Revises provisions governing the alternative route to licensure of certain teachers who teach pupils with certain disabilities. (BDR 34-1010)

Imposes certain requirements on the amount of pay an employer of practitioners of applied behavior analysis must provide to such practitioners from reimbursement received from Medicaid. (BDR 38-1078)

Revises provisions governing criminal procedure. (BDR 14-765)

Revises provisions governing the discipline of pupils. (BDR 34-672)

Makes various changes concerning graduation requirements for certain pupils who experience instability concerning residence. (BDR 34-1022)

Revising provisions governing sexuality education in public schools. (BDR 34-811)

Creates the Emergency Response Employees Mental Health Commission. (BDR 40-274)

Enacts provisions to assist veteran-owned businesses to create cooperatives. (BDR 7-288)

Revises provisions relating to the modified business tax. (BDR 32-867)

Revises provisions relating to standardized examinations provided to pupils at public schools in this State. (BDR 34-828)

Establishes an occupational licensing database for certain professions. (BDR 18-859)

Revises provisions governing education. (BDR 34-1057)

Revises provisions relating to workforce development. (BDR 34-315)

Revises provisions relating to renewable energy systems. (BDR 58-313)

Creates provisions governing emergency 911 services. (BDR 43-47)

Revises provisions relating to abortion. (BDR 40-1058)

Revises provisions relating to physician assistants. (BDR 54-847)

Revises provisions relating to certain crimes. (BDR 15-931)

Makes various changes relating to the enhancement of school and classroom safety. (BDR 34-616)

Revises provisions relating to wages paid to certain persons who participate in job and day training services. (BDR 39-104)

Establishes provisions relating to mental health. (BDR 34-866)

Revises provisions relating to higher education. (BDR 34-1054)

Revises provisions relating to shampoo technologists. (BDR 54-174)

Revises provisions governing certain mortgages. (BDR 52-698)

Revises the prohibition against carrying or possessing certain weapons while on certain property. (BDR 15-810)

Revises provisions governing occupational licensing. (BDR 54-761)

Revises provisions relating to work-based learning programs. (BDR 34-853)

Revises provisions governing loan practices. (BDR 52-543)

Imposes additional surcharges on the rental of a room in a hotel in Washoe County. (BDR S-710)

Revises provisions governing insurance coverage of emergency medical services. (BDR 57-940)

Prohibits certain state and local governmental entities from restricting certain communications and services provided by a provider of health care to provide certain information and services to a patient. (BDR 40-941)

Revises provisions governing contractors. (BDR 54-662)

Revises provisions governing birth certificates. (BDR 40-707)

Revises provisions relating to local governments. (BDR 20-638)

Revises provisions governing safety in K-12 public schools. (BDR 31-41)

Revises provisions relating to employment practices. (BDR 53-869)

Provides for the issuance of a specialty license plate memorializing the historic Moulin Rouge Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. (BDR 43-320)

Revises provisions governing property taxes imposed on certain heavy equipment. (BDR 32-973)

Provides for the incorporation of the City of Laughlin. (BDR S-972)

Revises provisions relating to equipment on motor vehicles. (BDR 43-1059)

Encourages employers to provide work-based learning opportunities for pupils. (BDR 34-952)

Requires employees that use certain self-service devices to pay a fee. (BDR 53-959)

Revises provisions governing motor vehicles and off-highway vehicles. (BDR 43-617)

Revises provisions relating to bullying and cyber-bullying in public schools. (BDR 31-615)

Revises provisions governing the highway funding mechanism. (BDR 43-832)

Establishes provisions for the formation of transportation workers cooperatives. (BDR 58-1053)

Requires the State Treasurer to establish a student loan program for postsecondary education. (BDR 18-276)

Revises provisions relating to animals in certain public places. (BDR 54-689)

Establishes requirements for the issuance of a license to operate a marijuana consumption lounge. (BDR 20-1254)

Revises provisions relating to noncompetition covenants in employment practices. (BDR 53-1095)

Revises provisions relating to caller identification information. (BDR 58-1006)

Requires certain children committed to a facility for the detention of children to be enrolled in a program of distance education in certain circumstances. (BDR 5-995)

Revises provisions governing certain tax exemptions for veterans. (BDR 32-998)

Eliminates the requirement to possess a permit to carry a concealed firearm. (BDR 15-992)

Revises provisions relating to time shares. (BDR 10-1094)

Revises provisions relating to the modified business tax. (BDR 32-1125)

Makes various changes relating to elections. (BDR 24-1097)

Revises provisions relating to advertising vehicles for sale. (BDR 43-936)

Revises provisions relating to the statewide performance evaluation system. (BDR 34-796)

Revises provisions relating to the Nevada Promise Scholarship. (BDR 34-1122)

Provides for a special license plate of limited duration commemorating the 100th anniversary of women's suffrage. (BDR 43-1124)

Revises provisions relating to public health. (BDR 15-813)

Revises provisions relating to trapping. (BDR 45-904)

Requires training for certain members of certain educational governing bodies and requires certain disclosures of school expenditures. (BDR 34-999)

Revises provisions relating to the board of trustees of certain school districts. (BDR 34-793)

Requires the certification of certain persons who provide services relating to behavioral health. (BDR 54-665)

Submits an application to Congress to call an Article V convention of the states limited to proposing certain amendments to the United States Constitution. (BDR R-699)

SB4
Revises provisions governing remittiturs. (BDR 3-412)

SB5
Revises provisions relating to court rules of practice and procedure. (BDR 1-496)

SB6
Makes various changes relating to courts. (BDR 1-497)

Revises the requirements to qualify for and maintain an exemption from certain regulations concerning building codes. (BDR 42-460)

Revises provisions governing the penalties for certain unlawful acts related to human excrement or bodily fluid committed by prisoners. (BDR 16-341)

Revises the definition of salvage vehicle. (BDR 43-227)

Revises provisions governing school financial administration. (BDR 31-398)

Revises provisions governing the Public Employees' Deferred Compensation Program. (BDR 18-233)

Makes various changes relating to the practice of court reporting, the practice of court recording and the practice of court transcribing. (BDR 54-235)

Authorizes the installation and use of an automated traffic enforcement system under certain circumstances. (BDR 43-358)

Revises provisions relating to state lands. (BDR 26-216)

Authorizes incentive scholarships for students seeking licenses to teach classes in certain endorsement areas relating to business and industry. (BDR 34-430)

Revises provisions relating to relations between local governments and certain public employees. (BDR 23-465)

Revises provisions relating to health care. (BDR 40-414)

Authorizes the imposition of a tax on diesel fuel by certain incorporated cities in this State. (BDR 32-463)

Revises provisions that relate to certain health care professions and which govern new construction by or on behalf of health facilities. (BDR 54-474)

Provides for designation and operation of state agencies as charter agencies. (BDR 18-464)

Revises provisions governing the provision of services by the Colorado River Commission of Nevada. (BDR 58-207)

Revises provisions relating to state financial administration. (BDR 31-468)

Requires the adoption of certain policies regarding chronic absenteeism for pupils enrolled in public schools in this State. (BDR 34-332)

Revises provisions governing the dissemination of information and data of the Public Employees' Retirement System. (BDR 23-467)

Revises provisions relating to the board of trustees of certain school districts. (BDR 34-156)

Revises provisions relating to public office. (BDR 24-18)

Revises provisions relating to document preparation services. (BDR 19-633)

Revises provisions relating to vehicles. (BDR 58-596)

Provides for the selection of a proxy decision-maker to make medical treatment decisions for certain adult patients who lack the capacity to provide consent to or refusal of medical treatment. (BDR 40-524)

Makes the office of registrar of voters an elected position. (BDR 20-597)

Provides for the issuance of orders of protection relating to high-risk behavior. (BDR 3-112)

Revises provisions relating to the qualifications of certain candidates for partisan office. (BDR 24-52)

Establishes conditions for the performance of certain surgical procedures. (BDR 54-294)

Limits the manner in which the Board of Regents of the University of Nevada is allowed to use certain property or the proceeds and rents from certain property. (BDR 34-80)

Authorizes certain local governments to increase diesel taxes under certain circumstances. (BDR 32-27)

Creates the Program to Develop Leadership Skills for Public School Pupils. (BDR 34-283)

Revises provisions relating to the Nevada Equal Rights Commission. (BDR S-249)

Makes various changes relating to school safety. (BDR 34-167)

Revises provisions relating to crimes committed with the use of a deadly weapon or tear gas. (BDR 15-261)

Eliminates the requirement for certain businesses to file a commerce tax return. (BDR 32-521)

Requires contractors and subcontractors on a public work to use E-Verify to verify eligibility for employment for workers on the public work. (BDR 28-772)

Requires the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada to adopt certain regulations concerning natural gas infrastructure. (BDR 58-909)

Revises provisions relating to public utilities. (BDR 58-911)

Revises provisions relating to energy efficiency standards for buildings. (BDR 58-912)

Revises provisions relating to workers' compensation. (BDR 53-179)

Revises provisions relating to education. (BDR 34-632)

Prescribes a procedure to address a patient who requests certain treatment. (BDR 40-525)

Enacts the Uniform Regulation of Virtual-Currency Businesses Act and the Uniform Supplemental Commercial Law for the Uniform Regulation of Virtual-Currency Businesses Act. (BDR 59-594)

Revises provisions relating to energy. (BDR 58-307)

Provides for the incorporation of the City of Laughlin. (BDR S-75)

Authorizes the Nevada System of Higher Education to create a faculty compensation system that includes regular in-rank salary increases. (BDR 34-382)

Revises provisions relating to renewable energy. (BDR 58-76)

Revises provisions relating to persons with disabilities. (BDR 38-74)

Makes various changes relating to health insurance. (BDR 38-549)

Revises provisions relating to certain businesses. (BDR 54-823)

Revises provisions relating to the security of elections. (BDR 24-970)

Eliminates certain training required of teachers. (BDR 34-262)

Eliminates the possibility of the imposition of a sentence of death on persons convicted of first degree murder. (BDR 15-963)

Requires informed consent of a parent or guardian before certain services related to mental health are provided to a child. (BDR 39-626)

Revises provisions relating to domestic relations. (BDR 11-38)

Requires each public school to establish and maintain a school library. (BDR 34-13)

Provides that certain evidence is inadmissible in an action or proceeding involving domestic relations. (BDR 4-37)

Revises provisions relating to domestic relations. (BDR 11-40)

Revises provisions relating to firearms. (BDR 15-21)

Requires the Director of the Department of Health and Human Services to amend the State Plan for Medicaid to provide certain additional home and community-based services. (BDR 38-380)

Revises provisions related to regulatory bodies. (BDR 54-1011)

Revises provisions relating to liens. (BDR 9-1075)

Revises provisions relating to the support of children. (BDR 11-630)

Authorizes medical marijuana establishments and associations of medical marijuana establishments to participate in programs of workforce development. (BDR 40-784)

Revises provisions relating to state lands. (BDR 26-975)

Authorizes the board of county commissioners of certain counties to provide for reimbursements to be made to retailers of motor vehicle fuel and special fuel for certain fuel taxes imposed in those counties. (BDR 32-613)

Limiting the civil liability of crisis support centers under certain circumstances. (BDR 3-614)

Makes certain changes relating to school safety. (BDR S-282)

Prohibits certain false or misleading practices by or on behalf of treatment providers, facilities and alcohol and drug abuse programs. (BDR 52-575)

Requires network plans to reimburse out-of-network providers of health care for certain services. (BDR 57-72)

Requires certain payments to be provided to certain persons with whom a child is placed by a court. (BDR 38-54)

Revises provisions governing privileges. (BDR 4-572)

Revises provisions relating to driving or operating a vessel under the influence of alcohol or a prohibited substance. (BDR 43-1013)

Revises provisions governing nonprofit cooperative corporations that supply electric services. (BDR 58-1037)

Revises provisions relating to corporations. (BDR 7-573)

Revises provisions relating to taxation. (BDR 32-264)

Revises provisions relating to the enforcement of provisions relating to compensation, wages and hours of employees. (BDR 53-1019)

Revises provisions relating to the imposition of the death penalty. (BDR 14-403)

Revises provisions relating to family courts. (BDR 1-629)

Establishes provisions relating to juvenile assessment centers. (BDR 5-165)

Revises provisions relating to school safety. (BDR 34-281)

Revises provisions relating to the restoration of the right to vote. (BDR 14-1014)

Revises provisions relating to the Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Demonstration Program. (BDR 58-782)

Revises provisions relating to elections. (BDR 24-738)

Revises provisions relating to elections. (BDR 24-161)

Adopts a majority-of-the-votes-cast standard for determining the winner of certain elections conducted by the Local Government Employee-Management Relations Board. (BDR 23-1020)

Revises provisions relating to public records. (BDR 19-821)

Requires training for certain members of certain educational governing bodies and requires additional transparency for school expenditures. (BDR 34-548)

Revises provisions relating to time shares. (BDR 10-961)

Revises provisions relating to education savings accounts and education funding. (BDR 34-285)

Revises provisions governing juvenile justice. (BDR 5-32)

Revises provisions relating to home warranty protection plans. (BDR 57-295)

Provides for continued coverage for health care for certain chronic health conditions. (BDR 57-627)

Enacts the Human Trafficking and Child Exploitation Prevention Act. (BDR 15-11)

Revises provisions relating to increasing the cost of prescription drugs under a pharmacy benefits plan. (BDR 57-735)

Revises provisions relating to school counselors, school psychologists and school social workers. (BDR 54-546)

Revises provisions governing the investigations of contractors. (BDR 54-1084)

Revises provisions governing reclamation of mining operations and exploration projects. (BDR 46-1080)

Revises provisions relating to criminal procedure. (BDR 14-857)

Revises provisions relating to deputy marshals in certain courts. (BDR 1-69)

Clarifies provisions concerning payments for treatment relating to mental illness or the abuse of alcohol or drugs. (BDR 57-576)

Revises provisions regarding licensed automobile wreckers. (BDR 43-253)

Revising the applicability of statutes governing contractors. (BDR 54-639)

Revises provisions governing public employees' retirement. (BDR 23-925)

Revises provisions relating to certain businesses. (BDR 53-1016)

Revises provisions relating to regulatory bodies. (BDR 18-147)

Authorizes the possession of a firearm in a motor vehicle that is on certain governmental property under certain circumstances. (BDR 15-643)

Makes various changes to provisions relating to certain amusement devices. (BDR 52-1049)

Prohibits prostitution in the State of Nevada. (BDR 20-110)

Revises provisions relating to renewable energy. (BDR 58-679)

Revises provisions relating to industrial insurance. (BDR 53-1085)

Revises provisions governing certain watercraft. (BDR 43-962)

Revises provisions relating to marijuana. (BDR 14-271)

Provides for the creation, operation and oversight of marijuana limited charter banks and marijuana credit unions. (BDR 56-369)

Revises provisions relating to firearms. (BDR 15-926)

Revises provisions relating to education. (BDR 34-979)

Makes various changes relating to elections. (BDR 24-969)

Revises provisions governing residential care. (BDR 40-787)

Revises provisions relating to impact fees. (BDR 22-1144)

Establishes programs to promote education in computer science. (BDR 34-819)

Enacts provisions relating to peer-to-peer car sharing programs. (BDR 43-530)

Makes it unlawful to conduct or participate in certain competitions in which coyotes are taken. (BDR 45-1156)

Revises provisions relating to state and local business licenses. (BDR 7-137)

Revises provisions relating to barbering. (BDR 54-1129)

Revises provisions relating to certain tax-exempt organizations. (BDR 20-1082)

Proposes an amendment to the Nevada Constitution that revises the provisions governing appointments of judicial officers to fill vacancies. (BDR C-766)

Proposes to amend the Nevada Constitution to provide for certain increases in the minimum wage. (BDR C-867)

Urges Congress to take any action necessary to ensure cooperation between this State, the Bureau of Land Management and the United States Forest Service in carrying out a program of mining reclamation in this State. (BDR R-1081)

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