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RESOLUTIONS AND MEMORIALS

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ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Providing for the appointment of assembly attaches. Assembly Resolution No. 1–Committee on Legislative Functions.

1855

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SENATE RESOLUTION–Adopting Joint Standing Rules and Standing Rules for the senate of the Nevada legislature for the 58th regular session. Senate Resolution No. 2–Senators Monroe and Brown.

1855

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SENATE RESOLUTION–Providing for the appointment of senate attaches. Senate Resolution No. 3–Senators Monroe and Brown.

1856

4

ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Provides an allowance for each member of the assembly for periodicals, stamps and stationery. Assembly Resolution No. 2–Committee on Ways and Means.

1856

5

ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Amending Standing Rules 10 and 40 for the 58th regular session of the legislature. Assembly Resolution No. 3–Committee on Legislative Functions.

1857

6

ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Providing for the appointment of additional assembly attaches. Assembly Resolution No. 4–Committee on Legislative Functions.

1857

7

SENATE RESOLUTION–Providing an allowance for each member of the senate for periodicals, stamps and stationery; rescinding Senate Resolution 1 of the 58th session. Senate Resolution No. 4–Committee on Finance.

1858

8

ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Appointing additional assembly attaches. Assembly Resolution No. 5–Committee on Legislative Functions.

1858

9

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Designating Nevada Boy Scout Day to be February 3, 1975. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 3–Assemblymen Lowman, Ashworth, Harmon, Vergiels, Dini, Bennett, Polish, Hickey, Wagner, Schofield, Chaney, Craddock, Sena, Jeffrey, Price, Benkovich, Jacobsen, Hayes, Weise, Dreyer, Brookman, Bremner, Howard, Glover, Wittenberg, Barengo, Moody, May, Mann, Heaney, Young, Murphy, Demers, Christensen, Robinson, Coulter, Getto, Mello, Banner and Ford.

1858

10

SENATE RESOLUTION–Providing for the appointment of additional senate attaches. Senate Resolution No. 5–Committee on Legislative Functions.

1859

11

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commemorating National Negro History Week. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 4–Assemblymen Brookman, Bennett, Chaney, Murphy, Hayes, Young, Dreyer, Weise, Howard, Harmon, Lowman, Glover, Mann, May, Mello, Benkovich, Jacobsen, Hickey, Polish, Bremner, Barengo, Schofield, Wagner, Heaney, Christensen, Sena, Craddock, Coulter, Price, Getto, Robinson, Vergiels, Jeffrey, Demers, Wittenberg, Dini, Ford, Moody, Ashworth and Banner.

1859

12

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing that a committee composed of three members of the Assembly and three members of the Senate be appointed to study the problem concerning medical liability insurance in Nevada and to report their findings to the 58th session of the legislature by March 17, 1975. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 1–Assemblymen Mann, Hayes, Craddock, Jeffrey, Moody, Sena, Price, Schofield, Lowman, Harmon, Heaney, Banner, May, Polish, Dini, Ford, Vergiels, Young, Benkovich, Christensen, Coulter, Hickey, Wagner, Mello, Robinson and Dreyer.

1860

13

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late rancher, public servant and distinguished Nevadan, Norman D. Brown. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 5–Assemblymen Dini and Jacobsen.

1861

14

SENATE RESOLUTION–Authorizing the payment of a per diem expense allowance from the legislative fund to the secretary of the senate. Senate Resolution No. 6–Committee on Legislative Functions.

1862

15

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commemorating the birthday of Abraham Lincoln. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 7–Assemblymen Getto, Lowman, Weise, Jacobsen, Wagner, Young, Howard, Ford, Benkovich, Ashworth, Hayes, Demers, Sena, Banner, Mann, Barengo, Polish, Jeffrey, Robinson, Heaney, Vergiels, Brookman, Mello, Dini, Dreyer, Wittenberg, Schofield, May, Bennett, Craddock, Moody, Bremner, Glover, Murphy, Christensen, Harmon, Price, Coulter, Hickey and Chaney.

1862

16

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commending Kiwanis International and designating Kiwanis Club Day to be February 13, 1975. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 6–Assemblymen Lowman and Wittenberg.

1863

17

ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Providing for the appointment of an additional assembly attache. Assembly Resolution No. 10–Committee on Legislative Functions.

1863

18

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late Father John O’Connor. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 3–Senator Sheerin.

1864

19

Assembly Resolution–Memorializing George Washington, the first President of the United States on the anniversary of his birth. Assembly Resolution No. 19–Committee on Legislative Functions.

1864

20

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Expressing concern of the legislature over, and requesting the President of the United States to rescind, the decision of the Office of Management and Budget which withholds further funding of the railroad relocation project in Elko, Nevada. Senate Joint Resolution No. 2–Senator Monroe.

1865

21

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Authorizing expenditure of up to $1,000 from the legislative fund for certain expenses in connection with joint hearings of legislative standing committees held outside Carson City. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 2–Committee on Legislative Functions.

1866

22

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to amend section 1 of article 2 of the constitution of the State of Nevada; eliminating the 6-month residency requirement for electors. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 1 of the 57th Session–Mr. Dreyer.

1867

23

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Honoring the Future Farmers of America in Nevada. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 20–Assemblyman Getto.

1867

24

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the Congress of the United States to provide a program of low interest, long-term loans to livestock producers. Senate Joint Resolution No. 4–Senators Lamb, Blakemore, Brown, Bryan, Dodge, Echols, Foote, Gibson, Gojack, Hilbrecht, Monroe, Neal, Raggio, Schofield, Sheerin, Walker, Wilson and Young.

1868

25

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Authorizing expenditures from the legislative fund to pay expenses of making arrangements and paying the staff when assembly standing committee hearings are held outside Carson City. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 21–Committee on Ways and Means.

1869

26

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late C. W. “Rusty” Walters. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 5–Senator Monroe.

1869

27

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to amend section 7 of article 6 of the constitution of the State of Nevada to permit the supreme court of this state to hear oral argument outside the seat of government. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 10 of the 57th Session–Messrs. Hickey, Hayes, Demers and May.

1870

28

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the President of the United States and Congress to implement and enforce existing federal laws dealing with the problem of illegal aliens and to adopt new remedial legislation such as H.R. 982 of the 93d Congress. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 8–Assemblymen Banner, Sena, Coulter, Hayes, Brookman, Heaney, Demers, Schofield, Bennett, Christensen, Wagner, Harmon, May, Murphy, Jeffrey, Price, Ashworth, Bremner, Dreyer, Mann, Chaney, Craddock, Robinson, Lowman, Vergiels, Mello, Benkovich, Hickey and Ford.

1870

29

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Designating February 26, 1975, as PTA Day. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 17–Assemblymen Wittenberg, Mello, Ashworth, Banner, Barengo, Benkovich, Bennett, Bremner, Brookman, Chaney, Christensen, Coulter, Craddock, Demers, Dini, Dreyer, Ford, Getto, Glover, Harmon, Hayes, Heaney, Hickey, Howard, Jacobsen, Jeffrey, Lowman, Mann, May, Moody, Murphy, Polish, Price, Robinson, Schofield, Sena, Vergiels, Wagner, Weise and Young.

1871

30

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to change the state constitution to provide for appointments of judicial officers, to fill vacancies during a term of office, under a plan of merit selection. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 14 of the 57th Session–Messrs. Torvinen, Fry and Lowman.

1872

31

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to amend sections 4 and 8 of article 6 of the state constitution, relating to the jurisdiction of the supreme court and to justices of the peace, respectively, by specifying the supreme court’s appellate jurisdiction to exclude civil cases decided in justices courts, and by enlarging the authority of the legislature over the jurisdictional limits of justices courts. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 15 of the 57th Session–Messrs. Fry, Torvinen and Lowman.

1873

32

SENATE RESOLUTION–Providing for the appointment of senate attaches. Senate Resolution No. 16–Committee on Legislative Functions.

1875

33

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late Farrell L. Seevers. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 7–Senators Blakemore, Brown, Gibson, Monroe, Herr, Dodge and Lamb.

1875

34

ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Amending Assembly Standing Rule 32 for the 58th regular session of the legislature. Assembly Resolution No. 18–Committee on Legislative Functions.

1876

35

ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Providing for the appointment of additional assembly attaches. Assembly Resolution No. 20–Committee on Legislative Functions.

1876

36

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing Edward A. Settelmeyer. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 23–Assemblyman Jacobsen.

1876

37

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late Wagner Sorensen. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 10–Senators Raggio, Young, Gojack, Wilson and Foote.

1877

38

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to amend section 6 of article 19 of the Nevada constitution, relating to limitations on the operation of the initiative. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 23 of the 57th Session–Mr. Getto, Mrs. Ford and Mr. Dini.

1878

39

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late Father Paul Meinecke. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 26–Assemblymen Dini, Jacobsen and Getto.

1878

40

ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Amending Assembly Standing Rule 30 for the 58th regular session of the legislature. Assembly Resolution No. 6–Committee on Legislative Functions.

1879

41

SENATE RESOLUTION–Adding new Senate Standing Rule which requires, with certain exceptions, all meetings of the legislature and its committees to be open to the public. Senate Resolution No. 17–Committee on Legislative Functions.

1880

42

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Designating March 17, 1975, as Legislative Day for Girl Scouts; welcoming Girl Scout representatives to the legislative chambers on that day; and commending the Girl Scouts of the United States of America for their outstanding record of citizenship. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 25–Assemblymen Lowman, Ashworth, Banner, Barengo, Benkovich, Bennett, Bremner, Brookman, Chaney, Christensen, Coulter, Craddock, Demers, Dini, Dreyer, Ford, Getto, Glover, Harmon, Hayes, Heaney, Hickey, Howard, Jacobsen, Jeffrey, Mann, May, Mello, Moody, Murphy, Polish, Price, Robinson, Schofield, Sena, Vergiels, Wagner, Weise, Wittenberg and Young.

1880

43

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Congratulating Incline High school basketball team and coach for winning the Nevada state “A” basketball championship. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 29–Assemblyman Weise.

1881

44

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Congratulating the Carson High School basketball team and coaches upon winning the Nevada state “AAA” basketball championship. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 30–Assemblymen Glover, Ashworth, Jacobsen, Dini, Howard, Christensen, Craddock, Harmon, Weise, Ford, Coulter, Hickey, Heaney, Barengo, Wagner, Sena, Mann, Brookman, Bremner, Vergiels, Demers, Wittenberg, Robinson, Mello, Dreyer, Hayes, Jeffrey, Price, Polish, Benkovich, Chaney, Bennett, Moody, Schofield, Young, Banner, Murphy, May and Getto.

1882

45

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late R. J. (Randy) McElhone. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 31–Assemblymen Schofield, Ashworth, Banner, Bennett, Bremner, Brookman, Chaney, Craddock, Demers, Dreyer, Ford, Harmon, Hayes, Hickey, Jeffrey, Lowman, Mann, May, Price, Robinson, Sena and Vergiels.

1883

46

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to amend section 14 of article 5 of the constitution of the State of Nevada to permit the legislature to enact laws enabling courts inferior to district courts to suspend sentences and grant probation. Senate Joint Resolution No. 10 of the 57th Session–Senator Monroe.

1883

47

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Designating March 20, 1975, as Camp Fire Girls Day at the Legislature. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 34–Assemblymen Bremner, Barengo, Banner, Benkovich, Bennett, Brookman, Chaney, Christensen, Coulter, Craddock, Demers, Dini, Dreyer, Ford, Getto, Glover, Harmon, Hayes, Heaney, Hickey, Howard, Jacobsen, Jeffrey, Lowman, Mann, May, Mello, Moody, Murphy, Polish, Price, Robinson, Schofield, Sena, Vergiels, Wagner, Weise, Young, Wittenberg and Ashworth.

1884

48

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late Frederick L. Hill. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 11–Senators Raggio, Young, Wilson, Gojack and Foote.

1885

49

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late Errett Lobban Cord. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 12–Senators Brown and Lamb.

1885

50

ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Providing for the appointment of an additional assembly attache. Assembly Resolution No. 22–Committee on Legislative Functions.

1886

51

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Expressing the mutual consent of the Assembly and Senate to an adjournment from Thursday, March 27, to Tuesday, April 1, 1975. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 37–Assemblyman Ashworth.

1886

52

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late Howard McKissick, Jr. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 13–Senators Raggio, Young, Wilson, Gojack and Foote.

1886

53

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late Howard F. McKissick, Sr. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 14–Senators Raggio, Young, Wilson, Gojack and Foote.

1887

54

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late Melvin D. Close, Sr. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 15–Senators Brown, Bryan, Echols, Gibson, Herr, Hilbrecht, Lamb, Neal, Schofield and Walker.

1888

55

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing Marion E. “Ted” McCuistion. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 16–Senator Monroe.

1888

56

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the Congress of the United States to refrain from imposing mandatory gasoline rationing as a fuel conservation measure and explore alternative conservation methods. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 9–Assemblyman Getto.

1889

57

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing a distinguished Nevadan, the late Archie C. Grant. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 17–Senators Brown, Lamb, Bryan, Gibson, Monroe, Hilbrecht, Schofield, Close, Herr, Young and Gojack.

1890

58

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late Harry Swanson. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 18–Senators Raggio, Young, Wilson, Gojack and Foote.

1891

59

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing Thomas L. Hutchings, former chairman of the Nevada Industrial Commission. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 19–Senators Blakemore and Raggio.

1892

60

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Requesting the assistance to the legislature of various individuals to facilitate the drafting of legislation for governmental realignment in Clark County. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 22–Senators Gibson, Walker, Hilbrecht and Schofield.

1892

61

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late Peter B. Merialdo. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 36–Assemblymen Glover, Ashworth, Jacobsen, Young, Getto, Howard, Lowman, Dreyer, Dini, Benkovich, Ford and Wagner.

1893

62

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to amend section 33 of article 4 of the constitution of the State of Nevada, by permitting the payment of legislators for 100 days of session. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 26 of the 57th Session–Committee on Ways and Means.

1894

63

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late Jane K. Gily. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 20–Senators Monroe, Brown and Lamb.

1895

64

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late University of Nevada Regent and former Assemblyman, Flora Dungan. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 23–Senators Brown, Bryan, Close, Echols, Gibson, Herr, Hilbrecht, Lamb, Neal, Schofield and Foote.

1895

65

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Extending the support of the Nevada state legislature to the proposed Nevada-California Regional Exclusion Program. Senate Joint Resolution No. 8–Senators Gibson, Monroe and Blakemore.

1896

66

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Memorializing Congress to adopt legislation requiring federal medical insurance programs to recognize treatments by licensed acupuncturists as a legitimate form of medical treatment and provide reimbursement therefor. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 5–Assemblymen Brookman, Demers and Dreyer.

1897

67

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the Congress of the United States to authorize the establishment of preserves for free-roaming horses and burros and to permit the purchase of public lands and grazing privileges to assist in the establishment of such preserves. Senate Joint Resolution No. 9–Senators Young and Lamb.

1898

68

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the Congress of the United States to enact legislation authorizing various changes in the procedure by federal agencies in protecting, managing and controlling wild horses and burros on certain public lands, and to appropriate funds to the Forest Service of the Department of Agriculture to conduct a research program on wild horse ecology in cooperation with the University of Nevada. Senate Joint Resolution No. 10–Senators Young and Lamb.

1898

69

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the Congress of the United States to increase the appropriations to the Bureau of Land Management of the United States Department of the Interior for those programs which will benefit public lands under the bureau’s control in the State of Nevada. Senate Joint Resolution No. 11–Senator Young.

1899

70

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Amending section 18 of article 4 of the constitution of the State of Nevada, relating to adoption of consent calendar for uncontested bills. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 2 of the 57th Session–Mr. Jacobsen.

1900

71

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late Roy A. Hardy. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 24–Senators Monroe, Raggio, Young, Brown, Dodge, Blakemore and Lamb.

1901

72

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to amend section 3 of article 15 of the constitution of the State of Nevada relating to eligibility for public office by deleting restrictions relating to dueling and restrictions concerning female electors. Senate Joint Resolution No. 14–Committee on Judiciary.

1902

73

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Recalling Assembly Joint Resolution 15 of the 57th session from the office of the secretary of state. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 35–Assemblyman Barengo.

1902

74

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing Nedra N. Joyce on the occasion of her untimely death. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 43–Assemblymen Dreyer, Demers, Wittenberg, Schofield, Ford, Wagner, Christensen, Chaney, Bennett, Brookman, Heaney, Weise, Ashworth, Benkovich, Coulter, Banner, Robinson, Barengo, Bremner, Jeffrey, Vergiels, Murphy, May, Hickey, Lowman, Dini, Mello, Glover, Price, Getto, Jacobsen, Howard, Harmon, Hayes, Craddock, Sena, Young, Mann, Moody and Polish.

1903

75

SENATE RESOLUTION–Amending Senate Standing Rule 53 for the 58th regular session of the legislature. Senate Resolution No. 14–Senators Bryan, Hilbrecht, Foote, Echols and Gojack.

1904

76

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late Andrew West. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 45–Assemblyman Coulter.

1905

77

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Advising all candidates for the offices of mayor and city commissioner in the forthcoming Las Vegas city election that the terms of the office for which they are running may be curtailed by legislative action prior to completion. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 26–Committee on Government Affairs.

1906

78

ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Adding new Assembly Standing Rule which requires all meetings of the Assembly and its committees to be open to the public. Assembly Resolution No. 25–Committee on Legislative Functions.

1907

79

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Recognizing American Indian Awareness Week, April 6 through 12, 1975. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 27–Committee on Government Affairs.

1907

80

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Recognizing the long and outstanding service to God and community of the Reverend John Lee Simmons. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 46–Assemblymen Chaney, Mann, Bennett, Schofield, Sena, Craddock, Demers, Lowman, Vergiels, Jeffrey, Banner, Ashworth, Robinson, Dreyer, Harmon, Hayes, Ford, Moody, Christensen, Wagner, Wittenberg, Getto, Weise, Heaney, Mello, May, Hickey, Price, Murphy, Polish, Jacobsen, Coulter, Young, Glover, Bremner, Brookman, Barengo, Dini, Benkovich and Howard.

1908

81

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commending Leola H. Armstrong on the 25th anniversary of the commencement of her service to the legislature. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 29–Senators Brown, Gojack, Bryan, Echols, Blakemore, Wilson, Walker, Close, Raggio, Herr, Neal, Foote, Schofield, Hilbrecht, Sheerin, Monroe, Gibson, Lamb, Dodge and Young.

1909

82

ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Amending Assembly Standing Rule 52 for the 58th regular session of the legislature. Assembly Resolution No. 23–Committee on Legislative Functions.

1909

83

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commending secretaries for their inestimable contributions to private enterprise and to government and designating the week of April 20 through April 26 as Secretaries Week. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 48–Assemblymen Ashworth and Demers.

1910

84

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late Edward R. Knapp, dedicated teacher at Las Vegas High School for over 20 years. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 34–Senator Bryan.

1911

85

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the Congress of the United States to provide a program of long-term, low interest loans to small businesses. Senate Joint Resolution No. 12–Senators Echols, Blakemore, Brown, Bryan, Foote, Gibson, Gojack, Herr, Hilbrecht, Lamb, Monroe, Neal, Raggio, Schofield, Sheerin, Walker, Wilson and Young.

1911

86

ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Adding Assembly Standing Rule 1 for the 58th regular session of the legislature. Assembly Resolution No. 9–Assemblymen Dini, Ford, Murphy, Benkovich, Mello, Wagner, Barengo, Bremner, Heaney, Jacobsen, Glover and Weise.

1912

87

ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Memorializing Orvel E. Canonic. Assembly Resolution No. 26–Assemblyman Jacobsen.

1913

88

ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Amending Assembly Standing Rule 49 and adding Standing Rule 92 for the 58th regular session of the legislature. Assembly Resolution No. 12–Assemblymen Dini, Ford, Getto, Murphy, Benkovich, Coulter, Wagner, Hayes, Barengo, Heaney, Vergiels, Mello, Chaney, Wittenberg, Jacobsen, Glover, Weise and Dreyer.

1914

89

SENATE RESOLUTION–Providing for the appointment of an additional senate attache. Senate Resolution No. 18–Committee on Legislative Functions.

1915

90

ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Amending Assembly Standing Rule 110 for the 58th regular session of the legislature. Assembly Resolution No. 24–Assemblyman Ford.

1915

91

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to study sexual discrimination in Nevada law. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 8–Assemblymen Getto, Ford and Wagner.

1916

92

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to amend section 31 of article 4 of the constitution of the State of Nevada, relating to the property rights of married persons, by more clearly delineating the property rights of such persons and by deleting the constitutional requirement that the legislature adopt laws providing for the registration of the separate property of married women. Senate Joint Resolution No. 16–Committee on Judiciary.

1917

93

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the governor’s office of planning coordination to conduct a study of the problems resulting from the current organization of agencies involved with both renewable and nonrenewable natural resources in the various state departments, to make recommendations and to report to the governor and to the 59th session of the legislature. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 8–Senator Wilson.

1917

94

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the state engineer to appoint a committee to study existing and proposed government regulations and actions pertaining to the development, control and conservation of geothermal resources in Nevada. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 28–Committee on Environment and Public Resources.

1918

95

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late Joe Mackie, Jr., and his wife Zorah “Zoe” Mackie. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 39–Senators Bryan, Monroe, Dodge, Wilson, Brown and Blakemore.

1919

96

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late Marvin M. “Bud” Bishop, former Nevada state assemblyman. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 57–Assemblymen May, Ashworth, Brookman, Jacobsen, Lowman, Dini, Getto, Howard, Mello and Young.

1919

97

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late Louise Menante. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 41–Senator Raggio.

1920

98

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late John T. McLaughlin, Jr. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 42–Senators Raggio and Young.

1921

99

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Memorializing Congress to enact legislation restricting states from withholding income tax of nonresidents. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 25–Committee on Taxation.

1921

100

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Endorsing the governor’s proclamation of the week of April 20-26, 1975, as Volunteer Week. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 58–Committee on Legislative Functions.

1922

101

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Memorializing Congress to study and clarify the laws and regulations pertaining to access by government agencies to personal financial information in the possession of financial institutions. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 23–Committee on Judiciary.

1923

102

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing an amendment to section 1 of article 10 of the constitution of the State of Nevada, relating to taxation, by exempting business inventories from property taxation and permitting the legislature to exempt any other personal property from such taxation. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 10–Committee on Commerce.

1924

103

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing an amendment to section 1 of article 10 of the constitution of the State of Nevada, relating to taxation, by requiring the legislature to provide for a progressive exemption of business inventories from property taxation and permitting the legislature to exempt any other personal property from such taxation. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 21–Committee on Taxation.

1925

104

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to study the budget formulas and budget format used for the University of Nevada System. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 9–Assemblymen Mello, Howard Dreyer, Robinson, Bremner, Glover, Wittenberg, Brookman, Weise, Dini and Ashworth.

1926

105

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to study the state election laws and to make a report of the results of the study with recommendations for proposed legislation to the next regular session of the legislature. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 24–Assemblyman Jacobsen.

1927

106

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to study skilled nursing facilities. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 33–Assemblymen Wagner, Mann, Hayes, Sena, Ford, Bennett, Heaney, Getto, Schofield, Christensen, Brookman, Hickey, Lowman, Chaney, Wittenberg, Weise, Dreyer, Mello, Jacobsen, Craddock, Vergiels, Barengo and Benkovich.

1927

107

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to study the feasibility of providing general funding for the support of the Nevada department of fish and game. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 47–Assemblymen Getto, Bremner, Howard, Weise, Jacobsen, Demers, Hayes, Dini, Hickey, Lowman, Ford, Wagner, Sena, Young and Craddock.

1928

108

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Designating May 1, 1975, as Law Day in Nevada and requesting all citizens and state officers to join with the Nevada legislature in recognition of Law Day U.S.A. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 61–Assemblymen Barengo, Hayes, Banner, Heaney, Hickey, Polish, Sena, Lowman and Wagner.

1929

109

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Designating the week of May 4 through May 10, 1975, as Latin America Week in Nevada and honoring the celebration of Cinco de Mayo on May 5, 1975. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 63–Assemblymen Sena, Mann, Young, Banner, Howard, Glover, Lowman, Polish, Harmon, Hayes, Demers, Bennett, Getto, Chaney, Barengo, Ashworth, Jeffrey, Hickey, Dini, Price, Ford, Wagner, Moody, Benkovich, Coulter, May, Jacobsen, Heaney, Dreyer, Christensen, Robinson, Bremner, Craddock, Schofield, Murphy, Vergiels, Wittenberg, Mello and Brookman.

1930

110

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Authorizing expenditure of no more than $12,500 from the legislative fund to retain counsel on matters relating to licensing of gaming employee representatives. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 40–Committee on Judiciary.

1930

111

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Designating the Elko High School “Band of Indians” the official representative of the State of Nevada at the 1976 Rose Bowl Parade. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 47–Senator Monroe.

1931

112

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to amend the judicial article of the state constitution by providing for the discipline of incumbent judges. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 16 of the 57th Session–Messrs. Torvinen, Fry and Lowman.

1931

113

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to change the state constitution to provide for a central administration of the court system. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 18 of the 57th Session–Messrs. Lowman, Fry and Torvinen.

1934

114

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to amend section 1 of article 10 of the constitution of the State of Nevada, relating to taxation, by authorizing the imposition of an estate tax not to exceed the credit allowable for such a tax against the federal estate tax, reduced by the amount paid to any other state. Senate Joint Resolution No. 5–Senators Brown, Gibson, Dodge, Wilson, Echols, Close, Herr, Neal, Monroe, Blakemore, Walker, Foote, Gojack and Schofield.

1935

115

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to study the problems of medical malpractice insurance. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 21–Committee on Judiciary.

1936

116

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to study the feasibility of permitting or requiring public employers to pay the entire amount required to provide for employees’ retirement. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 33–Committee on Finance.

1937

117

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late jurist, Judge Kenneth L. “Pat” Mann. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 49–Senators Sheerin, Blakemore, Dodge, Raggio, Young, Close, Monroe, Wilson, Brown, Gibson, Herr, Walker, Bryan, Hilbrecht, Echols and Gojack.

1938

118

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Recognizing the month of May as “Older American’s Month” in Nevada. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 65–Assemblymen Brookman, Banner, Getto, Moody, Barengo, Glover, Murphy, Benkovich, Harmon, Polish, Bennett, Hayes, Price, Bremner, Heaney, Robinson, Chaney, Hickey, Schofield, Christensen, Howard, Sena, Coulter, Jacobsen, Vergiels, Craddock, Jeffrey, Wagner, Demers, Lowman, Weise, Dini, Mann, Wittenberg, Dreyer, May, Young, Ford, Mello and Ashworth.

1939

119

ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Providing for the appointment of an additional assembly attache. Assembly Resolution No. 29–Committee on Legislative Functions.

1939

120

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the President, the Secretary of State and Congress to undertake negotiations with Canada to stabilize the price of natural gas. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 26–Assemblymen Heaney, Coulter, Christensen, Benkovich, Barengo, Wagner, Mello, Murphy, Wittenberg and Weise.

1940

121

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing legislative commission to cause the director of the legislative counsel bureau to conduct a review of regulations of agencies of the executive branch of the state government. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 14–Assemblymen Dini, Ford, Murphy, Benkovich, Getto, Coulter, Barengo, Wagner, Heaney, Hayes and Hickey.

1941

122

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to study training, qualifications, workloads and leave policies of supreme court justices, district court judges, justices of the peace, municipal court judges and district attorneys. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 49–Committee on Judiciary.

1941

123

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late Judge Emile Justin Gezelin. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 50–Senator Raggio.

1942

124

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the President of the United States and the United States International Trade Commission not to reduce the present tariff on imported barite. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 30–Committee on Taxation.

1943

125

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Memorializing Congress to refuse to enact certain parts of the proposed Energy Independence Act of 1975. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 37–Select Committee on Utilities.

1944

126

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Urging the United States Secretary of Transportation to designate to the State of Nevada the additional mileage necessary to construct the Interstate 15 Spur in the Las Vegas Valley. Senate Joint Resolution No. 21–Committee on Transportation.

1945

127

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Urging the President, Congress and federal land management agencies to authorize and implement predator control management on federal lands in Nevada. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 41–Committee on Agriculture.

1946

128

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Memorializing Congress to amend the Internal Revenue Code to allow the issuance of tax-free capital improvement bonds for public utilities. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 31–Select Committee on Utilities.

1947

129

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Memorializing Congress to provide for the Veterans’ Administration to contract with hospitals in local communities to provide care to veterans. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 24–Assemblymen Hickey, May, Mann, Price, Vergiels, Bennett and Chaney.

1947

130

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Memorializing Congress, the Secretary of the Interior, the Director of the Bureau of Land Management and the Chief of the Division of Technical Services of the Nevada office of the Bureau of Land Management to keep federal lands in Nevada open for multiple use by the public, whenever such use is compatible with the public’s general recreational enjoyment of said federal lands. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 20–Assemblyman Heaney.

1948

131

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the Congress of the United States and the Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife of the United States Department of the Interior to take action to assure that sufficient water from the Truckee and Carson Rivers is available now and in the future to preserve the Stillwater National Wildlife Refuge. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 17–Assemblymen Heaney, Getto, Dini, Weise, Mello and Jacobsen.

1949

132

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to amend Nevada constitution to provide for retention in or recall to service of certain judicial officers under terms and conditions set by the legislature. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 27–Committee on Judiciary.

1950

133

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to amend the constitution of the State of Nevada by empowering the legislature to fix the limit of original jurisdiction of the justices’ courts and the related appellate jurisdiction of the district courts and supreme court. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 36–Assemblymen Barengo, Hayes, Sena, Wagner, Heaney, Lowman, Banner, Polish and Hickey.

1951

134

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to study the records retention procedures of local governments. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 30–Committee on Government Affairs.

1953

135

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing legislative commission to study intergovernmental payments. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 31–Committee on Government Affairs.

1953

136

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to study the various possible means whereby the citizens of Nevada may derive greater benefit from the public lands within the state retained by the Federal Government. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 35–Senators Blakemore, Gibson, Dodge and Herr.

1954

137

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to study problems related to the state permanent school fund. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 37–Committee on Legislative Functions.

1956

138

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commemorating May 20 as Cuban Independence Day. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 51–Senators Schofield, Gojack, Sheerin, Raggio, Herr, Close, Wilson, Echols, Blakemore, Bryan, Walker, Monroe, Brown, Dodge, Gibson, Young and Lamb.

1956

139

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commending Senator Howard Cannon for his outstanding service as United States Senator. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 52–Senators Brown, Blakemore, Bryan, Close, Dodge, Echols, Foote, Gibson, Gojack, Herr, Hilbrecht, Lamb, Monroe, Neal, Raggio, Schofield, Sheerin, Walker, Wilson and Young.

1957

140

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Authorizing expenditures of up to $1,500 from the legislative fund for certain expenses in connection with joint hearings of senate and assembly committees on government affairs held outside Carson City. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 54–Committee on Government Affairs.

1958

141

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to study the financing of general improvement districts. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 32–Assemblyman Benkovich.

1958

142

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Adding joint rule prescribing the method of designating regular and alternate membership on the legislative commission. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 50–Committee on Legislative Functions.

1959

143

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Urging the board of regents of the University of Nevada to continue to explore requirements, possible funding sources and related matters concerning establishment of a law school at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 56–Assemblymen Lowman, Mann, Murphy, Weise, Chaney and Ford.

1960

144

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the distinguished entrepreneur, Del E. Webb. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 69–Assemblyman Ashworth.

1961

145

ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Providing for the appointment of an additional assembly attache. Assembly Resolution No. 31–Committee on Legislative Functions.

1961

146

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission, with the cooperation of the aging services division of the department of human resources, to conduct a study of the problems of the aged and aging. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 52–Assemblymen Coulter, Murphy, Hayes, Benkovich, Wittenberg, Sena, Polish, Christensen, Wagner and Weise.

1962

147

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Authorizing expenditures of up to $1,000 from the legislative fund for certain expenses in connection with joint hearings of certain senate and assembly committees outside Carson City. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 70–Committee on Judiciary.

1962

148

ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Providing for the appointment of an additional assembly attache. Assembly Resolution No. 32–Committee on Legislative Functions.

1963

149

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative auditor to conduct an operational audit of the state treasurer’s office. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 39–Committee on Government Affairs.

1963

150

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to study and explore courses of action which the Nevada legislature could take to encourage the creation and retention of private and community foundations in our state. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 67–Assemblymen Lowman and May.

1964

151

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to study the publication policies of state agencies. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 25–Senator Young.

1965

152

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the President of the United States to appoint a mineral affairs adviser to the White House staff. Senate Joint Resolution No. 24–Senator Blakemore.

1965

153

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Memorializing Congress to enact legislation to aid domestic exploration and mining of gold and silver. Senate Joint Resolution No. 22–Senator Blakemore.

1966

154

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the director of the state department of conservation and natural resources in exercising powers under chapter 321 of NRS to utilize local government planning activities as the basic components of the state land use planning program. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 36–Senators Dodge, Blakemore, Sheerin, Wilson, Neal, Bryan and Gojack.

1967

155

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Designating May 17 as Constitution Day in Nevada to honor the Constitution of the United States. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 57–Senator Neal.

1969

156

ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Authorizing the payment of a per diem expense allowance from the legislative fund to the chief clerk of the assembly. Assembly Resolution No. 30–Committee on Legislative Functions.

1969

157

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late Judge Richard Waters, Jr. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 80–Assemblymen Glover, Jacobsen and Mann.

1970

158

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Requesting the return to the assembly from the governor’s office of Assembly Bill No. 24. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 83–Assemblyman Wittenberg.

1970

159

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Memorializing Congress to repeal income limitations on the receipt of social security benefits. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 39–Assemblymen Coulter, Murphy, Benkovich, Mann, Sena, Hayes, Polish, Jacobsen, Glover, Wagner, Weise and Bennett.

1971

160

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the Congress of the United States to curb abuses of the Internal Revenue Service. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 6–Assemblymen Getto, Jacobsen, Howard, Weise and Lowman.

1971

161

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the administrator of the Veterans’ Administration to make certain changes in the administration of the outpatient clinic at Henderson, Nevada. Senate Joint Resolution No. 33–Senators Echols, Blakemore, Sheerin, Gibson, Hilbrecht, Schofield, Neal, Walker, Wilson, Brown, Close and Herr.

1972

162

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the President of the United States, the Secretary of the Interior and the Secretary of Agriculture to use their best efforts toward effecting the exchange of federal land outside of the Lake Tahoe basin for certain privately owned, unimproved land located within the basin for use by the public. Senate Joint Resolution No. 36–Committee on Environment and Public Resources.

1973

163

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Providing for the compensation of clergy for services rendered to the assembly and senate in the 58th session of the Nevada legislature. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 79–Committee on Legislative Functions.

1974

164

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Requesting the return to the assembly from the governor’s office of Assembly Joint Resolution No. 35. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 81–Assemblyman Barengo.

1975

165

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Urging the President of the United States and administrators of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to approve the Nevada State Implementation Plan. Senate Joint Resolution No. 28–Committee on Transportation.

1975

166

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to study the feasibility of establishing a regional water and sewer district to encompass certain areas of Washoe County. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 38–Committee on Environment and Public Resources.

1977

167

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Suggesting for the consideration of the supreme court a change in the Nevada Rules of Appellate Procedure concerning the appointment of attorneys to represent indigents. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 55–Committee on Judiciary.

1977

168

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to amend section 5 of article 6 of the constitution of the State of Nevada, relating to judicial districts, by providing for the selection of a chief judge in certain districts. Senate Joint Resolution No. 23–Senator Wilson.

1978

169

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to amend section 3 of article 11 of the constitution of the State of Nevada, relating to the state permanent school fund, by excepting fines collected for fish and game law violations from moneys otherwise pledged for educational purposes. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 22–Assemblymen Weise, Howard, Jacobsen, Young, Moody, Getto, Dini, Mello and Ford.

1979

170

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to amend sections 2, 4 and 7 of article 6 of the constitution of the State of Nevada, relating to the supreme court, by authorizing the legislature to expand the membership of the supreme court, and by authorizing the legislature to provide the supreme court with authority to divide into panels to hear certain cases. Senate Joint Resolution No. 30 of the 57th Session–Committee on Judiciary.

1980

171

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Requesting the division of Colorado River resources of the state department of conservation and natural resources to prepare and submit to the 59th session of the Nevada legislature the general plan, policy and recommended means of implementation for the development of Fort Mohave Valley lands. Senate Joint Resolution No. 35–Committee on Environment and Public Resources.

1981

172

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Urging the President, Congress and federal energy agencies to reevaluate federal energy research and development priorities and to place high priority on funding efforts in the field of solar energy. Senate Joint Resolution No. 32–Senators Schofield, Gojack, Hilbrecht, Sheerin, Raggio, Herr, Close, Wilson, Walker, Neal, Gibson, Echols, Blakemore, Young, Monroe, Lamb, Dodge and Bryan.

1983

173

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Memorializing Congress to refrain from enacting any law which in any way abridges the right to keep and bear arms. Senate Joint Resolution No. 29–Senators Sheerin, Bryan, Raggio, Herr, Walker, Lamb, Monroe, Dodge, Hilbrecht, Foote, Wilson, Echols, Schofield, Blakemore, Close and Young.

1984

174

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the Congress of the United States to authorize the conveyance of the Lee Canyon Youth Camp property to Clark County, Nevada. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 43–Assemblyman Demers.

1985

175

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the Congress of the United States to propose and submit to the states an amendment to the Constitution declaring that Representatives to Congress shall be apportioned among the states according to the total number of persons residing within each state. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 2–Assemblymen Howard, Jacobsen, Brookman and Young.

1986

176

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to amend section 9 of article 2 of the constitution of the State of Nevada, relating to the recall of public officers to clarify the provisions and to expand such provisions to other local offices. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 4–Assemblymen Hayes, Dini, Demers, Mann, Harmon, Mello, Bremner, Sena, Schofield, Heaney, Barengo, Lowman, Robinson, Hickey, Banner, Craddock and Dreyer.

1987

177

ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Designating certain members of the assembly as members of the legislative commission in the legislative counsel bureau. Assembly Resolution No. 33–Assemblymen Ashworth, Dini and Mello.

1988

178

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to study and make recommendations relating to the impact of regulations by the health division of the department of human resources on the power of a local government to approve construction projects. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 48–Committee on Government Affairs.

1988

179

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late Dr. Donald J. Zunini. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 59–Senator Raggio.

1989

180

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directs the legislative commission to study electric utility companies, gas utility companies and the public service commission of Nevada. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 38–Assemblymen Demers, Robinson, Ashworth, Wagner and Getto.

1989

181

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commending Sergeant James Cerbin of the Nevada highway patrol, the legislative security force and others for service to the legislature. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 82–Committee on Legislative Functions.

1991

182

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late Eli Evasovic, former county clerk of White Pine County. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 85–Assemblyman Polish.

1992

183

SENATE RESOLUTION–Designating certain members of the senate as members of the legislative commission in the legislative counsel bureau. Senate Resolution No. 19–Senator Brown.

1993

184

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Urging the Energy Research and Development Administration to choose the Nevada Test Site for the storage and processing of nuclear material and for solar energy research under the Solar Energy Research, Development and Demonstration Act of 1974. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 15–Assemblymen Mann, Robinson, Price, Hickey, May, Getto, Jacobsen, Hayes, Moody, Chaney, Schofield, Benkovich, Dreyer, Howard, Heaney, Bennett, Christensen, Jeffrey, Vergiels, Sena and Brookman.

1993

185

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Memorializing Congress to authorize and fund a veterans’ hospital in Southern Nevada. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 38–Assemblymen Coulter, Mann, Sena, Murphy, Hayes, Dreyer, Benkovich, Polish, Glover, Mello, Wittenberg, Weise, Bennett and Christensen.

1994

186

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Memorializing Congress to call a convention to propose an amendment to the Constitution of the United States to prohibit Congress or the President or any federal agency from withholding, withdrawing or threatening to withhold or withdraw any federal funds from any state as a means of imposing or implementing federal policies which the Federal Government is not empowered under the United States Constitution to impose or implement directly. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 47–Committee on Ways and Means.

1995

187

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late Margaret Elizabeth Anfang. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 88–Assemblyman Dini.

1996

188

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late John P. Bevilacqua, Reno businessman. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 60–Senators Raggio and Young.

1997

189

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late Will Cobb. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 61–Senators Dodge, Brown, Monroe and Lamb.

1998

190

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late Ben A. Raggio. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 62–Senators Young, Gojack, Foote, Wilson and Raggio.

1998

191

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the Congress of the United States to defeat the proposed federal no-fault automobile insurance legislation. Senate Joint Resolution No. 39–Committee on Judiciary.

1999

192

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Honoring Harold’s Club on its 40th anniversary and commending its efforts in promoting tourism in the State of Nevada. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 73–Assemblymen Murphy, Ashworth, Mello, Wagner, Heaney, Christensen, Jacobsen, Barengo, Benkovich and Coulter.

2000

193

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to study the funding of the courts of the state. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 84–Committee on Government Affairs.

2000

194

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late Laura E. Mills, distinguished Nevadan and beloved citizen. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 89–Assemblymen Getto and Dini.

2001

195

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Memorializing Congress to refrain from overruling the decision of the Secretary of the Interior to transfer control of the Charles Sheldon Antelope Range in northwestern Nevada from the Fish and Wildlife Service to the Bureau of Land Management, and urges the director, Bureau of Land Management, to place the administration of the range under a Nevada office of the Bureau of Land Management. Senate Joint Resolution No. 38–Committee on Environment and Public Resources.

2002

196

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Memorializing Congress to initiate hearings for the purpose of considering and proposing a human life amendment to the United States Constitution. Senate Joint Resolution No. 26–Senators Schofield, Lamb, Gibson, Close, Walker, Hilbrecht, Echols, Blakemore and Herr.

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