Bills and Resolutions by Failed Deadline

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Bills and Resolutions That Failed to Meet First House Passage - Tuesday, April 23, 2019 - 18 Results

Revises provisions governing the administration of state public works. (BDR 28-185)

Revises provisions governing plea agreements. (BDR 14-121)

Revises provisions governing the transportation of certain children to school. (BDR 34-692)

Revises provisions relating to career and technical education. (BDR 34-954)

Requires the Desert Research Institute to conduct a study concerning water treatment and recycling. (BDR S-901)

Restricts certain state and local law enforcement agencies from performing certain actions relating to immigration enforcement. (BDR 14-898)

Revises provisions governing health care facilities and child care facilities. (BDR 40-846)

Requires the Department of Business and Industry 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-892)

Revises provisions relating to wildlife. (BDR 45-902)

Proposes to amend the Nevada Constitution to revise provisions governing the selection of justices and judges. (BDR C-949)

Revises provisions governing confidentiality of information gathered by Nevada Equal Rights Commission. (BDR 18-231)

Revises provisions regarding the possession and use of personal identifying information and fictitious personal identifying information. (BDR 15-917)

Makes various changes to provisions governing prescribing, dispensing and administering controlled substances designed to end the life of a patient. (BDR 40-292)

Revises provisions relating to physicians. (BDR 54-628)

Revises provisions relating to physician assistants. (BDR 54-522)

Revises provisions governing gasoline octane standards in this State. (BDR 51-259)

Revises provisions relating to electronic gates that provide access for vehicular traffic. (BDR 35-1047)

Establishes the circumstances in which a statement or confession by itself is sufficient to sustain the conviction of a defendant. (BDR 14-927)

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