[Rev. 10/24/2013 5:40:25 PM--2013]

 

Statutes of the State of Nevada - Seventy-Seventh Session, 2013

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AN ACT making an appropriation to the Legislative Fund for the costs of the 77th Legislative Session; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 1—Senators Denis and Roberson. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Kirkpatrick and Hickey. Approved February 7, 2013

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AN ACT relating to gaming; defining certain terms related to interactive gaming; requiring the Nevada Gaming Commission to adopt regulations authorizing the Governor to enter into agreements with other states to conduct interactive gaming; prohibiting the issuance of licenses to operate interactive gaming to certain persons; revising provisions related to interactive gaming; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 114—Assemblymen Horne, Kirkpatrick, Frierson, Healey, Bobzien; Paul Anderson, Eisen, Ellison, Flores, Hardy, Hickey and Kirner. Joint Sponsors: Senators Atkinson, Kihuen, Denis, Smith, Manendo; Ford, Hammond and Settelmeyer. Approved February 21, 2013

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AN ACT relating to taxation; revising the provisions relating to the certification of populations by the Governor; revising the provisions relating to the allocation and distribution of taxes from the Local Government Tax Distribution Account; revising the provisions relating to the establishment of an alternative formula for the distribution of taxes from the Local Government Tax Distribution Account by cooperative agreement; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 68—Committee on Taxation. Approved March 14, 2013

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AN ACT relating to the Nevada Youth Legislature; revising the deadline for appointments to the Youth Legislature; revising the qualifications to serve on the Youth Legislature; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 187—Senators Denis and Kieckhefer. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Stewart; Dondero Loop and Benitez-Thompson. Approved March 29, 2013

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AN ACT relating to public utilities; authorizing certain public utilities to submit to the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada a written request for a waiver from the requirement to submit a resource plan to the Commission; requiring the Commission to approve or deny the request within a certain period; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 15—Committee on Commerce, Labor and Energy. Approved April 2, 2013

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AN ACT relating to state lands; authorizing the State Land Registrar to transfer the Belmont Courthouse to Nye County without consideration; setting forth the conditions pursuant to which such transfer is to be made; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 121—Senator Goicoechea (by request). Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Oscarson; and Ellison. Approved April 23, 2013

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AN ACT relating to education; temporarily delaying the statutory deadline for notifying certain school district employees of reemployment status for the 2013-2014 year; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 510—Committee on Finance. Approved April 30, 2013

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AN ACT relating to elections; authorizing uniformed-service voters, their spouses and overseas voters to sign applications to register to vote, applications for military-overseas ballots and military-overseas ballots with digital signatures or electronic signatures; requiring the Secretary of State to prescribe by regulation certain duties of local elections officials; making various other changes to the Uniformed Military and Overseas Absentee Voters Act; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 175—Assemblymen Elliot Anderson, Ohrenschall, Eisen, Bustamante Adams, Healey; Aizley, Paul Anderson, Benitez-Thompson, Bobzien, Carlton, Carrillo, Cohen, Daly, Diaz, Dondero Loop, Duncan, Ellison, Fiore, Flores, Frierson, Grady, Hambrick, Hansen, Hardy, Hickey, Hogan, Horne, Kirkpatrick, Kirner, Livermore, Martin, Munford, Neal, Oscarson, Pierce, Spiegel, Sprinkle, Stewart, Swank, Wheeler and Woodbury. Joint Sponsors: Senators Jones, Kihuen, Spearman, Parks, Brower; Atkinson, Cegavske, Denis, Ford, Goicoechea, Gustavson, Hammond, Hardy, Hutchison, Kieckhefer, Manendo, Roberson, Segerblom, Settelmeyer, Smith and Woodhouse. Approved May 10, 2013

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AN ACT relating to offenders; clarifying provisions governing credits earned by an offender which reduce the term of imprisonment of the offender; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 43—Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 10, 2013

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AN ACT relating to gaming; authorizing the Nevada Gaming Commission to adopt a seal identifying certain licensees of interactive gaming; prohibiting the unauthorized use of such a seal; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 127—Assemblymen Horne, Healey, Elliot Anderson, Frierson; Bobzien, Bustamante Adams, Daly, Diaz, Kirkpatrick, Martin and Munford. Joint Sponsors: Senators Kihuen, Atkinson and Denis. Approved May 10, 2013

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AN ACT relating to county clerks; repealing the prospective expiration of the authority of county clerks to charge and collect an additional fee for filing and recording a bond of a notary public; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 192—Assemblymen Cohen, Diaz, Kirkpatrick, Flores, Carlton; Elliot Anderson, Bustamante Adams, Carrillo, Dondero Loop, Eisen, Frierson, Healey, Martin, Ohrenschall, Oscarson, Pierce, Spiegel, Stewart and Swank. Approved May 10, 2013

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AN ACT relating to domestic violence; requiring the written statement provided by law enforcement to a suspected victim of domestic violence to inform the victim that an order for protection against domestic violence may include certain protections for animals; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 115—Assemblymen Benitez-Thompson, Sprinkle; Bustamante Adams, Daly and Neal. Approved May 10, 2013

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AN ACT relating to occupational safety; removing the requirement that an employee notify his or her employer before filing certain complaints with the Division of Industrial Relations of the Department of Business and Industry; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 12—Committee on Commerce and Labor. Approved May 18, 2013

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AN ACT relating to relations between governments and public employees; revising provisions governing the period during which the Local Government Employee-Management Relations Board is required to conduct certain hearings; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 13—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved May 18, 2013

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AN ACT relating to manufactured housing; allowing the Administrator of the Manufactured Housing Division of the Department of Business and Industry to waive the continuing education requirements for specialty servicepersons under certain circumstances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 22—Committee on Commerce and Labor. Approved May 18, 2013

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AN ACT relating to state purchasing; revising provisions governing contracts to provide services to state agencies; increasing the threshold for requiring formal contracts for certain purchases by the State; revising provisions concerning purchases and contracts which are contrary to the provisions governing state purchasing; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 41—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved May 18, 2013

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AN ACT relating to the Nevada Equal Rights Commission; requiring the Administrator of the Commission to prepare and submit the biennial report of the activities of the Commission; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 57—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved May 18, 2013

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AN ACT relating to the Department of Administration; revising provisions governing the duties of the Division of State Library and Archives of the Department of Administration; eliminating the Repository for Records Concerning Programs, Activities and Events Related to the Participation of Citizens in the Development of Public Policy and the Improvement of the Operation of Government; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 45—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved May 20, 2013

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AN ACT relating to elections; providing that a person is not ineligible to vote because he or she has been adjudicated mentally incompetent unless a court of competent jurisdiction makes certain specific findings concerning the person’s mental capacity to vote; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 108—Assemblyman Elliot Anderson. Approved May 20, 2013

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AN ACT relating to the State Government; providing for the compilation and publication of the State Administrative Manual, consisting of the policies and procedures adopted and amended by the State Board of Examiners for the Executive Branch of State Government; establishing notice requirements for the adoption, amendment and repeal of such policies and procedures; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 16—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved May 21, 2013

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AN ACT relating to credit unions; revising provisions governing the Credit Union Advisory Council; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 492—Committee on Commerce and Labor. Approved May 21, 2013

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AN ACT relating to crimes; revising provisions governing crimes motivated by certain characteristics of the victim; providing an additional penalty for certain crimes motivated by the victim’s gender identity or expression; providing certain civil liability for a person who commits certain crimes motivated by the victim’s gender identity or expression; revising provisions concerning the reporting of certain crimes; providing penalties; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 139—Senators Spearman, Parks, Manendo, Ford, Kihuen; Atkinson, Denis, Goicoechea, Hammond, Hutchison, Jones, Kieckhefer, Roberson, Segerblom, Smith and Woodhouse. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Bobzien, Fiore, Eisen, Healey, Elliot Anderson; Paul Anderson, Cohen, Daly, Flores, Frierson, Hambrick, Hogan, Horne, Martin, Munford, Neal, Pierce, Spiegel, Sprinkle and Swank. Approved May 21, 2013

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AN ACT relating to motor vehicles; requiring that special license plates provided to disabled veterans of the Armed Forces of the United States bear the international symbol of access; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 111—Assemblymen Kirner, Hickey, Elliot Anderson; Daly, Duncan, Ellison, Fiore, Grady, Hambrick, Kirkpatrick, Livermore, Munford, Oscarson, Sprinkle, Stewart and Wheeler. Joint Sponsors: Senators Gustavson and Parks. Approved May 21, 2013

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AN ACT relating to contracts; prohibiting a local government, the Administrator of the Purchasing Division of the Department of Administration and a board of trustees of a school district from joining, using or entering into certain contracts or agreements; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 85—Assemblymen Daly, Bobzien, Carrillo; Benitez-Thompson, Cohen, Hansen, Healey and Sprinkle. Joint Sponsor: Senator Smith. Approved May 21, 2013

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AN ACT relating to health care; revising provisions governing the billing practices of certain providers of health care; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 331—Assemblywoman Spiegel. Joint Sponsor: Senator Ford. Approved May 21, 2013

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AN ACT relating to industrial insurance; providing that volunteer members of a county search and rescue organization shall be deemed to be employees of the county at a wage specified by statute for certain purposes relating to industrial insurance; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 206—Assemblyman Sprinkle. Approved May 21, 2013

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AN ACT relating to audits; revising requirements for certain regulatory boards of this State to prepare a balance sheet or hire a public accountant or accounting firm to conduct an audit of the board for a fiscal year; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 179—Assemblymen Oscarson, Hickey, Ellison; Elliot Anderson, Bobzien, Bustamante Adams, Daly, Eisen, Grady, Healey, Kirkpatrick, Kirner, Livermore, Martin, Neal, Swank, Wheeler and Woodbury. Joint Sponsors: Senators Cegavske and Goicoechea. Approved May 21, 2013

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AN ACT relating to the Nevada State Prison; encouraging the development of recommendations to preserve the Nevada State Prison for use as a historical, educational and scientific resource for the State of Nevada; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 356—Assemblymen Livermore, Hickey; Ellison, Grady, Hansen, Hardy, Healey, Oscarson, Swank and Woodbury. Approved May 21, 2013

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AN ACT relating to administrative regulations; revising provisions governing the posting of certain notices concerning regulations by agencies; requiring regulations to be adopted within a certain period; requiring certain information to be included on the informational statement submitted with an adopted regulation; making various other changes to the Nevada Administrative Procedure Act; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 252—Assemblymen Hansen, Kirkpatrick, Hardy, Fiore, Hambrick; Paul Anderson, Benitez-Thompson, Duncan, Frierson, Grady, Hickey, Kirner, Livermore, Oscarson and Wheeler. Joint Sponsors: Senators Gustavson, Goicoechea; and Settelmeyer. Approved May 21, 2013

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AN ACT relating to governmental administration; imposing requirements on legislation which requires the submission of a report to the Legislature; requiring the Legislative Commission to review certain requirements to submit reports to determine the need to repeal, revise or continue those requirements; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 350—Assemblywomen Benitez-Thompson and Kirkpatrick. Approved May 21, 2013

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AN ACT relating to motor carriers; requiring certain motor carriers and applicants to operate as motor carriers to submit to the Nevada Transportation Authority a complete set of fingerprints and written permission authorizing the Authority to forward the fingerprints to the Central Repository for Nevada Records of Criminal History for submission to the Federal Bureau of Investigation for its report; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 12—Committee on Transportation. Approved May 21, 2013

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AN ACT relating to motor vehicles; authorizing the Department of Motor Vehicles to suspend the registration of a motor vehicle of a person whose payment to the Department for registration is dishonored; providing for the reinstatement of the registration upon payment of certain fees; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 13—Committee on Transportation. Approved May 21, 2013

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AN ACT relating to transportation; authorizing the Director of the Department of Transportation to reduce the maximum weight limits on any highway under the jurisdiction of the Department for a specified period under certain circumstances; requiring the Director to provide an informational report to the Board of Directors of the Department if the Director reduces the maximum weight limits on those highways; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 14—Committee on Transportation. Approved May 21, 2013

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AN ACT relating to driving under the influence; revising provisions concerning violations of local ordinances prohibiting driving under the influence of intoxicating liquor or a controlled substance; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 19—Committee on Transportation. Approved May 21, 2013

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AN ACT relating to manufactured homes; revising the provisions relating to the waiver of eligibility requirements for financial assistance from the Fund for Low-Income Owners of Manufactured Homes under certain circumstances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 29—Committee on Commerce, Labor, and Energy. Approved May 21, 2013

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AN ACT relating to employment; eliminating obsolete references to certain administrative subdivisions within the Employment Security Division of the Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation; requiring the Administrator of the Division to charge certain fees to employers under certain circumstances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 35—Committee on Commerce, Labor and Energy. Approved May 21, 2013

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AN ACT relating to medical laboratories; revising provisions governing the application for the licensing of a medical laboratory; revising the requirements to qualify for certification as an assistant in a medical laboratory; increasing the maximum amount of administrative penalties that may be imposed for violations of provisions governing medical laboratories; making various other changes relating to medical laboratories; requiring the State Board of Health to adopt certain regulations; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 40—Committee on Commerce, Labor and Energy. Approved May 21, 2013

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AN ACT relating to records of criminal history; revising provisions governing the sealing of certain records of criminal history; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 45—Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 21, 2013

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AN ACT relating to mortgage lending; defining certain terms and revising certain definitions relating to mortgage lending; revising provisions exempting certain nonprofit agencies and organizations from the licensing requirements of mortgage brokers and mortgage agents; revising provisions governing the renewal of a license as a mortgage agent; revising provisions prohibiting certain acts by mortgage brokers and mortgage agents; revising provisions exempting certain attorneys from the licensing requirements of foreclosure consultants and foreclosure purchasers; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 47—Committee on Commerce, Labor and Energy. Approved May 21, 2013

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AN ACT relating to tourism; revising the composition of the Commission on Tourism; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 48—Committee on Revenue and Economic Development. Approved May 21, 2013

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AN ACT relating to public welfare; transferring the powers and duties concerning the certification and regulation of intermediary service organizations from the Aging and Disability Services Division of the Department of Health and Human Services to the Health Division of the Department; transferring the regulatory authority relating to intermediary service organizations from the Aging and Disability Services Division to the State Board of Health; authorizing the provision of certain medical services to persons with disabilities by an agency to provide personal care services in the home under certain circumstances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 51—Committee on Health and Human Services. Approved May 21, 2013

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AN ACT relating to vital statistics; requiring the State Registrar of Vital Statistics to ensure the security and confidentiality of the vital statistics maintained by his or her office; authorizing the release of information relating to vital statistics under certain circumstances; authorizing the State Registrar to approve an application for the registration of an altered or amended certificate under certain circumstances; revising provisions governing the preservation of vital statistics and the copying of a registered certificate of birth or death by a local health officer; revising the duties of a funeral director concerning a death occurring without medical attendance; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 53—Committee on Health and Human Services. Approved May 21, 2013

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AN ACT relating to public welfare; revising provisions relating to the Subcommittee on Communication Services for Persons Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing and Persons With Speech Disabilities of the Nevada Commission on Services for Persons with Disabilities; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 61—Committee on Health and Human Services. Approved May 21, 2013

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AN ACT relating to cancer; allowing certain licensed physicians to dispense cancer drugs donated for use in the Cancer Drug Donation Program; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 81—Committee on Health and Human Services. Approved May 21, 2013

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AN ACT relating to public health; requiring the Department of Health and Human Services to allocate money for certain programs relating to persons with Alzheimer’s disease and other related dementia; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 86—Committee on Health and Human Services. Approved May 21, 2013

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AN ACT relating to taxation; requiring the Executive Director of the Department of Taxation to publish and periodically revise technical bulletins setting forth information relating to the taxes administered by the Department and certain written opinions received from the Attorney General; exempting such technical bulletins from the Nevada Administrative Procedure Act; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 7—Committee on Revenue and Economic Development. Approved May 22, 2013

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AN ACT relating to the taxation of tobacco; clarifying the wholesale price upon which the tax on certain products made from tobacco, other than cigarettes, is calculated; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 8—Committee on Revenue and Economic Development. Approved May 22, 2013

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AN ACT relating to wildlife; making it unlawful to possess in Nevada any wildlife that was acquired, hunted, taken or transported in violation of a law or regulation of another state or country; providing criminal and civil penalties; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 11—Committee on Natural Resources. Approved May 22, 2013

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AN ACT relating to gaming; revising the deadlines by which certain gaming licensees are required to file certain financial reports and pay certain fees; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 17—Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 22, 2013

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AN ACT relating to procedure in criminal cases; authorizing the Attorney General to establish a program to assist law enforcement personnel and prosecuting attorneys in complying with certain requirements of the Vienna Convention on Consular Relations; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 24—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved May 22, 2013

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AN ACT relating to the Office of the Attorney General; creating a statewide automated victim information and notification system within the Office; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 26—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved May 22, 2013

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AN ACT relating to securities; designating certain uses of a certification or professional designation as unethical or dishonest practices in the securities business; requiring the filing of certain forms when a sales representative terminates association with a broker-dealer; revising activities for which the Administrator of the Securities Division of the Office of the Secretary of State may deny a license or impose certain limitations or disciplinary actions upon a licensee; revising certain registration and filing requirements for certain securities; increasing the penalty for the putting off, circulation or publication of any false or misleading writing, statement or intelligence regarding a security that is publicly traded; prohibiting certain activities in an investigation, proceeding or prosecution; amending provisions governing the subpoena power of the Administrator; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 28—Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 22, 2013

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AN ACT relating to records of criminal history; requiring the dissemination of records of criminal history to a multidisciplinary team to review the death of a victim of a crime that constitutes domestic violence; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 30—Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 22, 2013

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AN ACT relating to offenders; revising provisions relating to the authority of the Director of the Department of Corrections; authorizing the Director to exempt certain offenders from provisions relating to the Prisoners’ Personal Property Fund; revising provisions concerning the transfer of a person detained in a local facility to an institution or facility of the Department; expanding the eligibility for a program established by the Director for the treatment of an abuser of alcohol or drugs; authorizing the Division of Parole and Probation of the Department of Public Safety to receive and distribute restitution paid by certain offenders; revising provisions pertaining to restitution received by the Division from certain other persons; repealing the provisions governing the Prison Revolving Account; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 32—Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 22, 2013

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AN ACT relating to public utilities; revising certain provisions governing proposed changes in schedules submitted by small-scale providers of last resort; revising certain provisions relating to the approval by the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada of proposed transactions involving certain public utilities providing telecommunication services in this State; authorizing the Commission to regulate broadband services in this State under certain circumstances; revising provisions relating to the eligibility of persons with low incomes for reductions in rates for certain telephone services; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 41—Committee on Commerce, Labor and Energy. Approved May 22, 2013

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AN ACT relating to the Department of Administration; changing the name of the Motor Pool Division of the Department to the Fleet Services Division; making the Fleet Services Division a permanent division; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 46—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved May 22, 2013

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AN ACT relating to water; providing for the issuance of certain nonemergency orders by the Division of Environmental Protection of the State Department of Conservation and Natural Resources; authorizing the recovery of civil penalties and the imposition of administrative fines for certain violations by a laboratory for the analysis of water; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 65—Committee on Natural Resources. Approved May 22, 2013

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AN ACT relating to State Government; abolishing the Nevada Commission on Sports; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 493—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved May 23, 2013

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AN ACT relating to public welfare; revising reporting requirements concerning traumatic brain injuries; abolishing the Subcommittee on Traumatic Brain Injuries of the Nevada Commission on Services for Persons with Disabilities; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 53—Committee on Health and Human Services. Approved May 23, 2013

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AN ACT relating to public health; revising the definition of “sentinel event” for purposes of provisions relating to the health and safety of patients at certain medical facilities; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 28—Committee on Health and Human Services. Approved May 23, 2013

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AN ACT relating to municipal utilities; repealing a provision authorizing the use for general municipal purposes of net profits derived from municipal utilities owned and operated by certain incorporated cities; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 79—Senator Parks. Approved May 23, 2013

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AN ACT relating to days of observance; establishing “Nevada Tribes Legislative Day” as a day of observance; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 23—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved May 23, 2013

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AN ACT relating to public health; abolishing the Committee on Co-Occurring Disorders; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 495—Committee on Health and Human Services. Approved May 23, 2013

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AN ACT relating to offenders; requiring the aggregation of certain consecutive sentences of imprisonment imposed on an offender; making credits earned by a prisoner to reduce his or her sentence applicable to an aggregated sentence; revising the manner in which certain credits are deducted to reduce the minimum term of imprisonment; revising provisions relating to the parole of certain prisoners; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 71—Senator Parks. Approved May 23, 2013

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AN ACT relating to crematories; revising provisions governing the location of a crematory for human remains; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 69—Assemblyman Elliot Anderson. Joint Sponsor: Senator Kihuen. Approved May 23, 2013

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AN ACT relating to child welfare; revising the information that must be included in a petition alleging that a child is in need of protection; revising provisions relating to the semiannual review of the placement of a child by the court and the annual hearing concerning the permanent placement of a child; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 97—Committee on Health and Human Services. Approved May 23, 2013

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AN ACT relating to children; revising provisions governing certain reasonable efforts made by an agency which provides child welfare services to preserve and reunify the family of a child; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 98—Committee on Health and Human Services. Approved May 23, 2013

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AN ACT relating to education; expanding the scope of the Kenny C. Guinn Memorial Millennium Scholarship by requiring the Board of Trustees of the College Savings Plans of Nevada to award the Memorial Scholarship to two eligible recipients each year; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 102—Senator Kieckhefer. Approved May 23, 2013

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AN ACT relating to crimes; revising the period of limitation for crimes relating to the sexual abuse of a child; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 103—Senator Kieckhefer. Approved May 23, 2013

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AN ACT relating to parole; replacing the requirement for prisoners convicted of certain sexual offenses to be evaluated by a panel before their parole is granted or continued with a requirement for such prisoners to be assessed by the Department of Corrections; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 104—Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 23, 2013

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AN ACT relating to governmental publications; enacting the Uniform Electronic Legal Material Act; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 105—Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 23, 2013

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AN ACT relating to the Uniform Commercial Code; enacting the amendment to Article 4A of the Uniform Commercial Code; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 110—Senators Kihuen and Segerblom. Approved May 23, 2013

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AN ACT relating to insurance; revising provisions relating to the filing of rates for insurance with the Commissioner of Insurance; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 114—Senators Roberson and Atkinson. Approved May 23, 2013

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AN ACT relating to taxation; prohibiting the Department of Taxation from issuing a subpoena to compel the production of books and papers that contain individually identifiable health information; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 117—Senators Smith, Denis, Jones, Kihuen, Parks; Atkinson, Ford, Hardy, Kieckhefer, Manendo, Spearman and Woodhouse. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Kirkpatrick, Eisen; and Dondero Loop. Approved May 23, 2013

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AN ACT relating to housing; revising the number of commissioners of a regional authority for housing in certain counties; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 122—Senator Atkinson. Approved May 23, 2013

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AN ACT relating to employment practices; prohibiting employers from conditioning employment on a consumer credit report or other credit information; providing certain exceptions; providing remedies and administrative penalties; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 127—Senator Parks. Approved May 23, 2013

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AN ACT relating to common-interest communities; revising provisions governing the imposition of a fine for a violation of the governing documents of an association of a common-interest community; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 130—Senators Gustavson; and Cegavske. Joint Sponsor: Assemblywoman Fiore. Approved May 23, 2013

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AN ACT relating to crimes; revising provisions relating to justifiable homicide by a public officer; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 136—Senator Parks (by request). Approved May 23, 2013

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AN ACT relating to civil practice; authorizing the attachment of a lien to client files and other property for attorney’s fees under certain circumstances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 140—Senator Segerblom. Approved May 23, 2013

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AN ACT relating to air pollution; revising provisions governing the Pollution Control Account; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 148—Senator Parks. Approved May 23, 2013

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AN ACT relating to occupational therapy; providing that occupational therapists are providers of health care for certain purposes; revising the qualifications for a license as an occupational therapist or occupational therapy assistant; revising provisions governing the examinations required for licensing as an occupational therapist or occupational therapy assistant; revising the circumstances in which the Board of Occupational Therapy may issue a license as an occupational therapist or occupational therapy assistant or a temporary license without examination; revising provisions governing the period for which a license is valid; removing the requirement that a licensed occupational therapist directly supervise certain persons; requiring the Board to adopt regulations; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 153—Senator Parks (by request). Approved May 23, 2013

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AN ACT relating to manufactured home parks; revising the provisions requiring certain maintenance to be performed by the landlord of a manufactured home park; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 154—Senator Manendo. Approved May 23, 2013

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AN ACT relating to education; requiring the board of trustees of each school district to establish criteria for determining certain budgetary priorities; requiring the superintendent of schools of the school district to use the criteria in preparing the budget of the school district; requiring that the expenditures of each school district be prioritized to ensure that the budgetary priorities are carried out; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 157—Senators Hutchison, Woodhouse; Brower, Cegavske and Settelmeyer. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Fiore; Paul Anderson, Duncan and Stewart. Approved May 23, 2013

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AN ACT relating to motor carriers; providing that certain agreements entered into in connection with a contract concerning motor carrier transportation are against public policy, void and unenforceable under certain circumstances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 158—Senators Settelmeyer, Gustavson; Hardy and Manendo. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Paul Anderson, Hambrick, Hardy, Hogan and Kirner. Approved May 23, 2013

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AN ACT relating to the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area; declaring the Legislature’s support for a land exchange near the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation area; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 159—Senators Jones, Kihuen, Hutchison, Smith, Parks; Denis, Ford, Goicoechea, Hammond, Manendo, Segerblom, Spearman and Woodhouse. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Oscarson, Bobzien, Swank, Elliot Anderson; Dondero Loop, Flores, Healey, Martin, Ohrenschall and Pierce. Approved May 23, 2013

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AN ACT relating to education; requiring elementary and secondary educational institutions to provide pupils with instruction in civics as part of the required instruction in American government; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 163—Senators Cegavske, Hammond, Hutchison, Woodhouse, Denis; Ford, Goicoechea, Gustavson, Hardy, Jones, Kihuen, Manendo, Roberson, Segerblom and Settelmeyer. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Hardy; and Grady. Approved May 23, 2013

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AN ACT relating to public safety; revising the manner in which a chemical solution or gas used in calibrating a device for testing a person’s breath to determine the concentration of alcohol in the person’s breath is presumed to be properly prepared and suitable for use in calibrating the device; revising provisions concerning the affidavit or declaration used in criminal or administrative proceedings to prove that a chemical solution or gas has the chemical composition necessary for accurately calibrating such a device; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 175—Committee on Transportation. Approved May 23, 2013

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AN ACT relating to crimes; revising the definition of provider of health care to include certain persons for the purposes of enhancing the penalties for assault and battery; providing penalties; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 189—Senators Jones, Hardy, Smith; and Kieckhefer (by request). Joint Sponsor: Assemblyman Eisen. Approved May 23, 2013

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AN ACT relating to the taxation of property; revising the training requirements for certification as an appraiser; allowing a county assessor to waive the monetary penalty for a failure to report the purchase, repossession or entry into this State of a mobile or manufactured home; revising the provisions governing the transfer of certain veterans’ exemptions from the governmental services tax; repealing the prospective expiration of certain provisions for the funding of accounts for the acquisition and improvement of technology in the offices of county assessors; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 215—Senator Parks (by request). Approved May 23, 2013

293

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AN ACT relating to property taxes; authorizing tax receivers to provide tax bills under certain circumstances electronically in lieu of by mail; revising the provisions governing the procedure for the collection of delinquent taxes; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 216—Senator Parks (by request). Approved May 23, 2013

299

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AN ACT relating to municipalities; authorizing the governing body of a municipality to acquire, improve, equip, operate and maintain a natural gas project and a propane gas project; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 227—Senator Goicoechea. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Ellison; and Oscarson. Approved May 23, 2013

303

92

AN ACT relating to criminal procedure; requiring the Advisory Commission on the Administration of Justice to identify and study certain issues relating to criminal procedure; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 264—Senator Cegavske. Approved May 23, 2013

304

93

AN ACT relating to telecommunications; requiring a provider of wireless telecommunications to provide call location information concerning the telecommunications device of a user to a law enforcement agency in certain circumstances; requiring a provider of wireless telecommunications to submit its emergency contact information to the Department of Public Safety; requiring the Department to maintain a database of such emergency contact information; authorizing the Department to adopt regulations; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 268—Senators Ford, Jones, Kihuen, Spearman; Atkinson, Manendo and Woodhouse. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Frierson; Healey and Spiegel. Approved May 23, 2013

305

94

AN ACT relating to counties; providing for the revision of the boundary line between Storey County and Washoe County; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 272—Senator Kieckhefer. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Wheeler; and Livermore. Approved May 23, 2013

307

95

AN ACT relating to the Department of Health and Human Services; revising provisions governing contracts and agreements entered into by the Division of Mental Health and Developmental Services, the Division of Child and Family Services, the Division of Welfare and Supportive Services, the Aging and Disability Services Division and the Health Division of the Department of Health and Human Services with private nonprofit corporations; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 274—Committee on Health and Human Services. Approved May 23, 2013

313

96

AN ACT relating to taxation; exempting from taxation certain property of the Thunderbird Lodge Preservation Society for a certain period; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 281—Senator Kieckhefer. Approved May 23, 2013

317

97

AN ACT relating to crimes; requiring a person who unlawfully removes, damages or destroys certain property to obtain scrap metal to make restitution and to perform community service; requiring a person who intentionally steals, takes and carries away scrap metal or utility property to perform community service; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 37—Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 23, 2013

318

98

AN ACT relating to public records; requiring the person who has legal custody or control of a public record, under certain circumstances, to prepare a copy of the public record rather than requiring the person who has requested the copy to prepare the copy; requiring copies of public books and records to be made available upon request in certain circumstances; limiting the fee which may be charged for a copy of a public record in the custody of a law library operated by a governmental entity; requiring a copy of minutes or audio recordings of public meetings to be made available to a member of the public upon request at no charge; reducing the fee a county clerk charges for copying records, proceedings or papers or for searching records or files in the office of the county clerk; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 74—Senator Segerblom. Approved May 23, 2013

320

99

AN ACT relating to marriage; removing the prospective expiration of provisions providing for the establishment of county programs for the issuance of marriage licenses by certain commercial wedding chapels; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 77—Senator Manendo. Approved May 23, 2013

340

100

AN ACT relating to public lands; revising the provisions governing the Land Use Planning Advisory Council, the membership of the Advisory Council and the appointment of persons to the Advisory Council; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 2—Committee on Natural Resources, Agriculture, and Mining. Approved May 24, 2013

341

101

AN ACT relating to industrial insurance; revising the provision which requires an insurer to submit to the Administrator of the Division of Industrial Relations of the Department of Business and Industry a written report concerning certain claims for compensation; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 11—Committee on Commerce and Labor. Approved May 24, 2013

343

102

AN ACT relating to governmental administration; revising provisions governing the conditions under which the access of a school district employee operating a program of education for incarcerated persons at a facility or institution operated by the Department of Corrections may be restricted; revising provisions governing the interagency panel convened to conduct a hearing on the matter; requiring the Director of the Department to take proper measures to protect the health and safety of school district employees operating such a program; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 17—Committee on Education. Approved May 24, 2013

345

103

AN ACT relating to governmental administration; providing for the nomination and appointment of an additional member to the Nevada Junior Livestock Show Board; transferring the duties of the State Advisory Board of Trustees for the Trust Relating to the Fairground to the Nevada Junior Livestock Show Board; abolishing the State Advisory Board of Trustees for the Trust Relating to the Fairground; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 19—Committee on Natural Resources, Agriculture, and Mining. Approved May 24, 2013

347

104

AN ACT relating to manufactured homes; clarifying that certain provisions governing providers of services pertinent to the sale, installation and occupancy of manufactured homes apply to persons who work on both new and used manufactured homes; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 23—Committee on Commerce and Labor. Approved May 24, 2013

349

105

AN ACT relating to local governments; revising provisions governing the imposition of special assessments for the abatement of certain conditions and nuisances on property; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 25—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved May 24, 2013

350

106

AN ACT relating to public health; creating the Committee to Review Suicide Fatalities; providing for the membership of the Committee; setting forth the powers and duties of the Committee; requiring certain data or information to be made available to the Committee; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 29—Committee on Health and Human Services. Approved May 24, 2013

363

107

AN ACT relating to crimes; revising provisions governing the community notification website which provides certain information to the public concerning sex offenders and offenders convicted of a crime against a child; amending provisions concerning the confidentiality of the content of the record of registration of a sex offender or offender convicted of a crime against a child; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 30—Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 24, 2013

372

108

AN ACT relating to pharmacy; making various changes concerning the sale, transfer or acquisition of certain products that are precursors to methamphetamine; providing penalties; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 39—Committee on Commerce and Labor. Approved May 24, 2013

375

109

AN ACT relating to victims of crime; authorizing the State Board of Parole Commissioners to notify victims of crime of certain information through the use of an automated victim notification system; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 40—Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 24, 2013

379

110

AN ACT relating to crimes; imposing an additional penalty for attempting or conspiring to commit certain crimes against certain older or vulnerable persons; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 55—Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 24, 2013

390

111

AN ACT relating to public works; formalizing and renaming existing components of the State Public Works Division of the Department of Administration to create a Public Works - Compliance and Code Enforcement Section and a Public Works - Professional Services Section within the Division; providing regulatory authority for the Administrator of the Division and the State Public Works Board of the Division; eliminating a requirement that a proposal for the construction of a state building include operating costs for personnel and other expenses of operation; repealing a requirement to report to the Legislature annually on projects of construction of state buildings that are financed by certain bonds or obligations; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 59—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved May 24, 2013

391

112

AN ACT relating to economic development; revising various provisions relating to regional development authorities; requiring the Board of Economic Development to approve certain contracts entered into by the Office of Economic Development; revising the duties of the Executive Director of the Office; abolishing the Interagency Committee for Coordinating Tourism and Economic Development and the Advisory Council on Economic Development; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 61—Committee on Taxation. Approved May 24, 2013

398

113

AN ACT relating to the Nevada State Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners; increasing the membership of the Board from seven members to eight members by adding a veterinary technician; increasing from four to five the number of members needed to call a meeting of the Board and to constitute a quorum; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 72—Assemblywoman Carlton. Approved May 24, 2013

404

114

AN ACT relating to children; providing for the establishment by statute of the Nevada Early Childhood Advisory Council; prescribing the membership and duties of the Council; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 79—Committee on Health and Human Services. Approved May 24, 2013

406

115

AN ACT relating to evidence; prohibiting a court from receiving evidence of the previous sexual conduct of a child in proceedings related to the protection of children; prohibiting a court from receiving evidence of the previous sexual conduct of a child in proceedings related to the termination of parental rights; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 82—Assemblyman Frierson. Approved May 24, 2013

408

116

AN ACT relating to business entities; authorizing the formation of benefit corporations; providing for the operation and governance of benefit corporations; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 89—Assemblymen Bobzien, Kirkpatrick, Horne, Frierson, Hickey; Bustamante Adams, Carlton, Carrillo, Cohen, Daly, Diaz, Eisen, Flores, Hardy, Healey, Ohrenschall, Spiegel and Swank. Joint Sponsors: Senators Denis, Smith, Kieckhefer, Roberson, Segerblom; Jones and Parks. Approved May 24, 2013

409

117

AN ACT relating to industrial insurance; revising the persons who may represent an injured worker in certain hearings or other meetings; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 90—Assemblyman Ohrenschall. Approved May 24, 2013

419

118

AN ACT relating to child welfare; requiring an applicant for a license to operate a child care facility or a licensee to notify the Health Division of the Department of Health and Human Services upon the occurrence of certain events; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 93—Committee on Health and Human Services. Approved May 24, 2013

421

119

AN ACT relating to the State Board of Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors; revising provisions relating to certain examinations conducted by the Board; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 94—Assemblymen Spiegel, Kirkpatrick and Carrillo. Joint Sponsor: Senator Parks. Approved May 24, 2013

422

120

AN ACT relating to crimes; revising provisions relating to the crime of participation in an organized retail theft ring; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 102—Assemblymen Carrillo, Fiore, Daly; and Martin. Approved May 24, 2013

424

121

AN ACT relating to crimes; providing that a dog may not be determined to be dangerous or vicious based solely on its breed; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 110—Assemblyman Ohrenschall. Approved May 24, 2013

426

122

AN ACT relating to rules of the road; allowing a person driving a motorcycle, moped or trimobile or riding a bicycle or an electric bicycle to proceed through an intersection against a red traffic signal in certain circumstances; specifying that a violation resulting in an injury to another person creates a rebuttable presumption of all facts necessary to impose civil liability for the injury under certain circumstances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 117—Assemblymen Sprinkle, Carrillo, Bobzien; Paul Anderson, Benitez-Thompson, Cohen, Daly, Eisen, Flores, Healey, Spiegel, Swank and Wheeler. Joint Sponsor: Senator Smith. Approved May 24, 2013

427

123

AN ACT relating to insurance; requiring the Division of Insurance of the Department of Business and Industry to post certain information on its Internet website; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 120—Assemblyman Aizley. Approved May 24, 2013

431

124

AN ACT relating to watercraft; exempting a person from the payment of a fee for the management of an aquatic invasive species under certain circumstances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 128—Assemblywoman Bustamante Adams. Approved May 24, 2013

433

125

AN ACT relating to personal care services; providing immunity from civil liability to persons employed by an agency to provide personal care services in the home in certain circumstances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 132—Assemblymen Carrillo, Eisen, Diaz; Cohen, Dondero Loop, Martin and Wheeler. Approved May 24, 2013

434

126

AN ACT relating to anatomical gifts; providing that an anatomical gift made by an unemancipated minor who is at least 16 years of age and possesses a driver’s license or identification card cannot be revoked or amended by the minor’s parent or guardian under certain circumstances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 144—Assemblymen Carrillo and Ohrenschall. Approved May 24, 2013

435

127

AN ACT relating to the protection of children; authorizing a multidisciplinary team to review the death of a child to use data collected concerning the death of a child for research and prevention purposes in certain circumstances; consolidating the administrative teams that review the report and recommendations of a multidisciplinary team appointed to review the death of a child and the Executive Committee to Review the Death of Children; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 154—Assemblymen Eisen, Frierson; Benitez-Thompson, Carrillo, Dondero Loop, Flores and Healey. Joint Sponsors: Senators Jones and Hardy. Approved May 24, 2013

437

128

AN ACT relating to public health; renaming the Advisory Council on the State Program for Fitness and Wellness as the Advisory Council on the State Program for Wellness and the Prevention of Chronic Disease; expanding the membership of the Advisory Council; revising the duties of the Advisory Council and the Health Division of the Department of Health and Human Services; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 158—Assemblywoman Diaz. Approved May 24, 2013

440

129

AN ACT relating to wildlife; requiring the membership of each county advisory board to manage wildlife to include one qualified member who represents the interests of the general public; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 168—Assemblywoman Carlton. Approved May 24, 2013

445

130

AN ACT relating to the protection of children; revising provisions governing the procedure following a hearing to determine whether a child should remain in protective custody pending further action by the court; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 174—Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 24, 2013

446

131

AN ACT relating to blood donation; allowing a person who is 16 years of age to donate his or her blood with the consent of his or her parent or guardian; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 183—Assemblymen Duncan, Paul Anderson, Sprinkle, Hickey; Aizley, Cohen, Ellison, Fiore, Flores, Grady, Hambrick, Hansen, Hardy, Kirner, Livermore, Martin, Munford, Ohrenschall, Oscarson, Spiegel, Stewart, Wheeler and Woodbury. Approved May 24, 2013

448

132

AN ACT relating to labor; authorizing the Labor Commissioner to enter into a memorandum of understanding with the United States Department of Labor to promote compliance with labor laws of common concern; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 185—Committee on Commerce and Labor. Approved May 24, 2013

449

133

AN ACT relating to crimes; clarifying that a person who holds a leasehold interest in the real property of another person may be criminally liable for the destruction or injury of that real property; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 194—Assemblymen Ellison, Hambrick; Fiore, Grady, Healey, Hickey, Livermore, Neal, Oscarson, Stewart, Wheeler and Woodbury. Joint Sponsors: Senators Goicoechea and Settelmeyer. Approved May 24, 2013

450

134

AN ACT relating to energy; authorizing the Colorado River Commission of Nevada to sell electricity and provide transmission service and distribution service to certain new customers; requiring such a customer to purchase any balance of its capacity and electric transmission and distribution services from an electric utility that primarily serves densely populated counties; requiring certain new customers of the Commission to pay certain charges, fees and tariffs; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 199—Committee on Commerce and Labor. Approved May 24, 2013

451

135

AN ACT relating to protection of children; requiring the department of juvenile justice services of certain larger counties and agencies which provide child welfare services to obtain a background investigation of the criminal history of employees and applicants for employment; requiring such a department or agency to terminate or deny employment of certain persons based on the results of an investigation of the person’s criminal history; authorizing such a department or agency to terminate or deny employment if certain criminal charges are pending against an employee or applicant for employment; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 217—Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 24, 2013

454

136

AN ACT relating to local governing bodies; providing for the filling of vacancies in the membership of certain local governing bodies; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 231—Assemblymen Oscarson; Ellison, Hardy and Wheeler. Joint Sponsors: Senators Goicoechea; and Settelmeyer. Approved May 24, 2013

467

137

AN ACT relating to special license plates; revising the circumstances under which the Director of the Department of Motor Vehicles must issue certain notices and orders to stop the issuance of those plates; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 244—Committee on Transportation. Approved May 24, 2013

471

138

AN ACT relating to district attorneys; revising provisions governing the filling of vacancies in the office of district attorney; requiring that an office of district attorney which has been vacated be placed on the ballot at the next ensuing biennial election under certain circumstances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 249—Assemblymen Munford; Paul Anderson, Diaz, Hogan and Livermore. Joint Sponsor: Senator Parks. Approved May 24, 2013

473

139

AN ACT relating to education; revising the membership and duties of the P-16 Advisory Council; renaming the Council the P-20W Advisory Council; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 259—Committee on Ways and Means. Approved May 24, 2013

475

140

AN ACT relating to dental hygienists; exempting certain programs that provide public health dental hygiene from requirements relating to supervision by a licensed dentist; authorizing dental hygienists who are authorized to practice public health dental hygiene to perform procedures without the authorization or supervision of a licensed dentist as specified by regulations adopted by the Board of Dental Examiners of Nevada; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 277—Assemblywomen Benitez-Thompson; and Carlton. Approved May 24, 2013

478

141

AN ACT relating to motor vehicles; providing that certain persons may recover on the bond or deposit that each broker, manufacturer, distributor, dealer and rebuilder of motor vehicles is required to procure or make with the Department of Motor Vehicles; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 282—Assemblymen Aizley; Ohrenschall and Pierce. Joint Sponsor: Senator Segerblom. Approved May 24, 2013

480

142

AN ACT relating to victims of crime; repealing and replacing certain provisions relating to the treatment of victims of sexual assault; revising various provisions relating to the medical and psychological treatment of victims of sexual assault and certain other persons; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 307—Assemblymen Horne, Sprinkle, Healey, Pierce; Aizley, Elliot Anderson, Benitez-Thompson, Carlton, Carrillo, Cohen, Hogan, Livermore, Munford, Neal and Swank. Joint Sponsors: Senators Segerblom; Atkinson and Ford. Approved May 24, 2013

485

143

AN ACT relating to irrigation districts; authorizing an irrigation district to purchase and maintain insurance or make other financial arrangements for any liability asserted against an officer of the irrigation district and certain other persons; increasing the maximum amount of certain indebtedness that the board of directors of an irrigation district may incur; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 310—Assemblymen Grady; and Hansen. Joint Sponsors: Senators Settelmeyer, Goicoechea; and Gustavson. Approved May 24, 2013

487

144

AN ACT relating to casualty insurance; revising provisions concerning the provision of medical reports, records and bills to a party against whom a claim is asserted for personal injury under a policy of motor vehicle insurance; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 322—Assemblymen Paul Anderson, Hardy, Fiore, Hambrick; Elliot Anderson, Duncan, Ellison, Flores, Grady, Hansen, Hickey, Kirner, Livermore, Munford, Oscarson, Stewart and Wheeler. Joint Sponsors: Senators Hammond; Brower and Gustavson. Approved May 24, 2013

489

145

AN ACT relating to departments of alternative sentencing; authorizing a department of alternative sentencing to supervise certain persons who are released from custody before trial or sentencing; revising the qualifications of the chief of a department of alternative sentencing; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 101—Senator Settelmeyer. Approved May 24, 2013

490

146

AN ACT relating to water; requiring the State Engineer to allow a county to participate in an advisory capacity in the development and implementation of a plan relating to the appropriation of water for beneficial use under certain circumstances; requiring the State Engineer to consider any comment, analysis or other information submitted by a participating county before approving the plan and during the period in which the plan, if approved, is carried out; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 133—Senators Goicoechea and Gustavson (by request). Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Grady; and Ellison. Approved May 24, 2013

494

147

AN ACT relating to animals; authorizing a person to apply for a temporary permit to appropriate groundwater to water livestock under certain circumstances; requiring the Department of Wildlife to maintain certain fences; requiring each guzzler to have a notice posted containing certain information; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 134—Senators Goicoechea, Gustavson; and Cegavske. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Ellison and Grady. Approved May 24, 2013

496

148

AN ACT relating to motor vehicles; requiring the Department of Motor Vehicles to include on certain examinations at least one question testing an applicant’s knowledge of a certain subject; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 143—Senators Woodhouse, Manendo, Segerblom, Spearman, Parks; Ford, Jones and Kihuen. Approved May 24, 2013

504

149

AN ACT relating to public health; enacting provisions for the designation of certain hospitals as STEMI receiving centers; authorizing the State Board of Health to adopt regulations; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 167—Senators Cegavske and Jones. Approved May 24, 2013

507

150

AN ACT relating to legislative measures; authorizing the Nevada Silver Haired Legislative Forum to request the drafting of not more than one legislative measure for each regular session of the Legislature; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 178—Senators Manendo, Hardy, Woodhouse, Kihuen, Atkinson; Brower, Cegavske, Denis, Ford, Goicoechea, Gustavson, Hammond, Hutchison, Jones, Kieckhefer, Parks, Roberson, Segerblom, Settelmeyer, Smith and Spearman. Approved May 24, 2013

508

151

AN ACT relating to fishing; requiring the Department of Wildlife to issue special fishing permits to certain social groups for use for the benefit of adults with disabilities; deleting the limit on the maximum number of persons that may fish under a special fishing permit; requiring the persons who are fishing to be with an officer or employee of the organization who possesses a valid fishing license; authorizing the Director of the Department or his or her designee to require the Department to expedite the issuance of a special fishing permit in certain circumstances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 181—Senator Kieckhefer. Joint Sponsor: Assemblyman Bobzien. Approved May 24, 2013

509

152

AN ACT relating to food establishments; revising the definition of “food establishment” for purposes of provisions regulating such establishments; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 206—Senators Ford, Kihuen, Denis, Jones, Smith; Atkinson, Cegavske, Parks, Settelmeyer, Spearman and Woodhouse. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Spiegel, Frierson, Healey; Bustamante Adams and Duncan. Approved May 24, 2013

511

153

AN ACT relating to land use planning; repealing zoning provisions concerning group homes that conflict with federal law; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 233—Senators Cegavske; and Hardy. Approved May 24, 2013

514

154

AN ACT relating to governmental publications; revising provisions governing the submission of certain publications to the State Publications Distribution Center by certain state agencies and local governments; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 20—Committee on Education. Approved May 25, 2013

516

155

AN ACT relating to children; revising provisions concerning the release of certain information relating to a child subject to the jurisdiction of the juvenile court; revising provisions governing the release of certain information maintained by agencies which provide child welfare services; revising provisions concerning certain federal educational assistance for homeless children; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 31—Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 25, 2013

518

156

AN ACT relating to judicial administration; revising provisions governing the collection of delinquent fines, administrative assessments, fees, restitution and other payments imposed in criminal and juvenile court proceedings; revising provisions governing the appointment of an attorney in juvenile court proceedings; authorizing a juvenile court to establish a restitution contribution fund; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 106—Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 25, 2013

529

157

AN ACT relating to interscholastic events; revising provisions relating to the rules and regulations of the Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 125—Senator Kihuen. Joint Sponsor: Assemblyman Munford. Approved May 25, 2013

538

158

AN ACT relating to mental health; revising the scope of the practice of clinical professional counseling; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 155—Senators Gustavson, Hardy; Cegavske and Goicoechea. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Fiore; Ellison, Hogan, Livermore, Oscarson and Stewart. Approved May 25, 2013

540

159

AN ACT relating to public safety; revising provisions prohibiting open containers of alcoholic beverages in motor vehicles; revising provisions governing the requirements and procedures for reporting motor vehicle accidents; transferring certain duties relating to the reporting of those accidents from the Department of Motor Vehicles to the Department of Public Safety; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 21—Committee on Transportation. Approved May 27, 2013

541

160

AN ACT relating to chiropractic; revising certain provisions governing unprofessional conduct by a chiropractor or chiropractor’s assistant; revising the information which must be submitted by an applicant for a license to practice chiropractic; revising provisions relating to the score which an applicant must obtain on an examination for a license to practice chiropractic; revising provisions governing temporary licenses to practice chiropractic; revising provisions governing the renewal of a license to practice chiropractic and a certificate as a chiropractor’s assistant; revising provisions governing the reinstatement of a license to practice chiropractic; revising certain fees charged and collected by the Chiropractic Physicians’ Board of Nevada; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 73—Assemblyman Kirner. Approved May 27, 2013

545

161

AN ACT relating to motor vehicles; requiring the Department of Motor Vehicles to design, prepare and issue special license plates honoring peace officers who have received certain medals or the equivalent thereof; setting forth the requirements for a person to qualify for the issuance of the special license plates; exempting the special license plates from certain provisions otherwise applicable to special license plates; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 129—Assemblymen Livermore, Hickey, Fiore; Hambrick, Hansen, Oscarson, Stewart and Wheeler. Approved May 27, 2013

553

162

AN ACT relating to the Department of Motor Vehicles; limiting the purposes for which the Director of the Department is allowed to release certain personal information; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 165—Committee on Transportation. Approved May 27, 2013

559

163

AN ACT relating to taxicabs; eliminating the requirement that a vehicle acquired for use as a taxicab in certain counties must be new or must have not more than 30,000 miles on its odometer; eliminating the requirement that a taxicab operated in certain counties must be removed from operation after a certain period of use; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 198—Assemblymen Ellison, Hambrick; Fiore, Hansen, Hickey, Livermore, Martin, Oscarson, Stewart, Wheeler and Woodbury. Joint Sponsors: Senators Gustavson; and Goicoechea. Approved May 27, 2013

563

164

AN ACT relating to highways; revising provisions relating to the experience and financial ability of a prospective bidder on a highway project; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 263—Assemblymen Neal; Aizley, Bustamante Adams, Flores, Frierson, Horne and Munford. Approved May 27, 2013

564

165

AN ACT relating to outdoor advertising; revising provisions relating to the promulgation of regulations by the Board of Directors of the Department of Transportation specifying the operational requirements for certain signs; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 305—Assemblymen Horne and Carrillo (by request). Approved May 27, 2013

566

166

AN ACT relating to arbitration; requiring certain agreements that require arbitration of disputes arising under the agreement to include specific authorization for the arbitration; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 326—Assemblyman Aizley. Approved May 27, 2013

568

167

AN ACT relating to state accountability; requiring the Director of the Department of Administration to establish a telephone number for the purpose of receiving information relating to abuse, fraud or waste with respect to the receipt and use of public money by certain state agencies or contractors; requiring a notice identifying the telephone number to be posted at certain locations and online; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 327—Assemblymen Martin; Aizley, Elliot Anderson, Cohen, Hogan, Munford, Pierce, Spiegel and Swank. Joint Sponsors: Senators Atkinson, Manendo, Segerblom and Spearman. Approved May 27, 2013

569

168

AN ACT relating to state financial administration; requiring the Office of Economic Development and the Office of Energy each periodically to conduct an analysis of the costs and benefits of an approved abatement of taxes or other incentive for economic development and report the results of its analysis to the Chief of the Budget Division of the Department of Administration; requiring that the results of the analyses, as so reported, be included in the proposed state budget; revising the required contents of a report of certain abatements from taxation which must be submitted to the Legislature; revising the factors which must be considered in the evaluation of an application for a partial abatement of certain taxes; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 333—Assemblymen Healey, Kirkpatrick; Cohen, Livermore, Pierce, Stewart and Swank. Joint Sponsor: Senator Jones. Approved May 27, 2013

570

169

AN ACT relating to contractors; exempting certain licensed real estate brokers and salespersons from provisions relating to contractors; requiring certain licensed real estate brokers and salespersons to maintain certain records; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 334—Assemblymen Healey, Kirkpatrick; Cohen, Fiore, Livermore, Pierce and Swank. Joint Sponsor: Senator Jones. Approved May 27, 2013

578

170

AN ACT relating to education; encouraging schools to establish and participate in programs that promote the consumption of fresh fruits and vegetables; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 337—Assemblywoman Carlton. Approved May 27, 2013

581

171

AN ACT relating to homeopathic medicine; requiring an applicant for a license or certificate issued by the Board of Homeopathic Medical Examiners to submit to a criminal background check; revising provisions governing homeopathic physicians to make those provisions also applicable to advanced practitioners of homeopathy and homeopathic assistants; revising provisions governing the membership of the Board; revising provisions governing grounds for denial or revocation of a license or certificate or initiating other disciplinary action; revising the qualifications of an applicant for a license to practice as a homeopathic physician; requiring certain applicants for a license to practice as a homeopathic physician to submit proof of certain education and training; revising the educational requirements for an applicant for a certificate as an advanced practitioner of homeopathy; revising provisions relating to the supervision of homeopathic assistants; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 341—Assemblywoman Carlton. Approved May 27, 2013

582

172

AN ACT relating to communicable diseases; revising provisions governing the testing of a person who may have exposed certain public employers, employees or volunteers to a communicable disease; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 4—Committee on Health and Human Services. Approved May 27, 2013

595

173

AN ACT relating to commodities; authorizing the State Dairy Commission to impound and dispose of certain milk or milk products; authorizing the Commission to impose a civil penalty for certain violations relating to fluid milk and fluid cream; requiring a member of the Commission to have a background in agriculture; authorizing the Commission to enter into an agreement to promote and develop the dairy industry in this State; revising the circumstances under which milk and milk products may be imported and sold in this State without inspection by the Commission; revising certain provisions governing distributors and producers of fluid milk and fluid cream; repealing certain provisions governing fees and sales of butter and margarine, inspection of dairy farms and hearings conducted by the Commission; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 80—Senator Settelmeyer. Approved May 27, 2013

601

174

AN ACT relating to law enforcement; requiring a law enforcement agency in certain counties to adopt policies and procedures to govern the investigation of motor vehicle accidents in which peace officers employed by the law enforcement agency are involved; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 284—Senators Hardy; and Goicoechea. Approved May 27, 2013

615

175

AN ACT relating to emergency medical services; revising provisions governing the exemption of certain air ambulances and attendants from the provisions governing emergency medical services; limiting the scope of certain provisions governing the regulation of air ambulances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 285—Senator Hardy. Approved May 27, 2013

616

176

AN ACT relating to civil actions; providing immunity from civil action for certain claims based on the right to petition and the right to free speech under certain circumstances; establishing the burden of proof for a special motion to dismiss; providing for the interlocutory appeal from an order denying a special motion to dismiss; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 286—Senators Jones, Segerblom, Kihuen; and Ford. Approved May 27, 2013

622

177

AN ACT relating to cosmetology; revising provisions governing the display of a license or certificate of registration issued by the Board; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 287—Senator Hardy. Approved May 27, 2013

625

178

AN ACT relating to trade practices; revising the manner in which a provider of debt-management services may request and receive payment from an individual debtor; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 288—Senator Brower. Approved May 27, 2013

629

179

AN ACT relating to the City of Sparks; revising provisions of the Charter of the City of Sparks relating to the duties of the City Manager, employment of attorneys by the City Council and meetings of the Civil Service Commission; removing certain provisions relating to employment with the City of Sparks; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 304—Senator Smith. Approved May 27, 2013

632

180

AN ACT relating to mentoring programs; urging the Nevada System of Higher Education and various business organizations to establish mentoring programs; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 309—Senators Spearman, Manendo, Parks; Goicoechea and Hammond. Approved May 27, 2013

634

181

AN ACT relating to financial institutions; revising certain notice requirements for financial institutions which operate electronic terminals; authorizing a bank chartered by this State to engage in a derivative transaction under certain circumstances; providing that the total outstanding loans of such a bank include any credit exposure of the bank arising from certain transactions; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 310—Senator Ford (by request). Approved May 27, 2013

636

182

AN ACT relating to vehicle dealers; revising provisions relating to franchise agreements between a manufacturer, distributor or factory branch and a vehicle dealer; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 317—Senator Denis. Approved May 27, 2013

639

183

AN ACT relating to insurance; requiring the Commissioner of Insurance to conduct a study concerning claims, coverage and payments under policies of dental and health insurance; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 318—Senator Hardy. Approved May 27, 2013

641

184

AN ACT relating to elections; requiring an explanation of an advisory question placed on the ballot by the governing body of a county or city to be written in easily understood language; requiring that every initiative, referendum or question placed on the ballot include a digest; eliminating certain obsolete provisions; requiring the governing bodies of certain counties and cities to appoint committees to prepare arguments for and against approval of advisory questions; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 325—Senator Spearman. Approved May 27, 2013

642

185

AN ACT relating to taxicabs; requiring prospective drivers of taxicabs in certain counties to obtain certain health certificates; revising requirements for the issuance of certain health certificates to prospective drivers of taxicabs in certain counties; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 335—Senator Hammond. Approved May 27, 2013

656

186

AN ACT relating to mental health; changing the term “mental retardation” to “intellectual disability” and related terms in a similar manner in the Nevada Revised Statutes; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 338—Senators Cegavske, Hutchison, Denis, Spearman, Segerblom; Atkinson, Brower, Ford, Goicoechea, Gustavson, Hammond, Hardy, Jones, Kieckhefer, Kihuen, Manendo, Parks, Roberson, Settelmeyer, Smith and Woodhouse. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Fiore, Carrillo; Grady, Hickey and Kirkpatrick. Approved May 27, 2013

661

187

AN ACT relating to land use planning; authorizing certain local governments to establish simplified procedures for the vacation and abandonment of streets owned by the local government under certain circumstances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 342—Senators Goicoechea; and Gustavson (by request). Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Ellison and Oscarson. Approved May 27, 2013

700

188

AN ACT relating to motor vehicles; allowing certain off-highway vehicles to be registered as motor vehicles intended for use on a highway; requiring the owner of an off-highway vehicle registered as a motor vehicle intended for use on a highway to obtain and maintain insurance on the vehicle; allowing certain off-highway vehicles to be operated on certain county roads under certain circumstances; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 343—Senators Goicoechea; Gustavson and Settelmeyer. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Ellison; Grady and Oscarson. Approved May 27, 2013

703

189

AN ACT relating to school districts; expanding the authority of the board of trustees of a school district to issue general obligations; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 350—Senators Hutchison and Roberson. Approved May 27, 2013

710

190

AN ACT relating to health care; prohibiting the purchase of certain liens relating to health care services; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 351—Senator Hutchison. Approved May 27, 2013

711

191

AN ACT relating to juvenile justice; providing that a child who violates certain local ordinances relating to curfews and loitering is to be treated by the juvenile court as a child in need of supervision rather than as a delinquent child; decreasing the length of time a child may remain in detention or shelter care pending the filing of a petition alleging delinquency or need of supervision; authorizing the juvenile court to order the Department of Motor Vehicles to issue a restricted driver’s license to a child in certain circumstances; revising the statement of state policy concerning a probation program of special supervision for certain delinquent juveniles; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 108—Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 27, 2013

712

192

AN ACT relating to charities; requiring nonprofit corporations to file certain information with the Secretary of State before soliciting charitable contributions in this State; requiring the Secretary of State to provide to the public certain information concerning nonprofit corporations that solicit charitable contributions in this State; requiring the disclosure of certain information by a person conducting a solicitation for charitable contributions for or on behalf of a nonprofit corporation or other charitable organization; authorizing the imposition of penalties; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 60—Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 28, 2013

718

193

AN ACT relating to public meetings; exempting certain entities, proceedings and meetings from compliance with the Open Meeting Law in certain circumstances; prohibiting a member of a public body from designating a person to attend a meeting in the member’s place without certain authority; revising provisions relating to the prosecution of an alleged violation of the Open Meeting Law; revising provisions governing the provision of supporting material for meetings to the public; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 65—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved May 28, 2013

725

194

AN ACT relating to public welfare; setting forth the required qualifications of a licensee of a child care facility, or a person appointed by the licensee, who is responsible for the daily operation, administration or management of the child care facility; revising the amount of training that persons who are employed at certain child care facilities must complete for certain years; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 109—Assemblymen Bobzien, Elliot Anderson, Kirkpatrick, Eisen; and Diaz. Joint Sponsors: Senators Denis and Smith. Approved May 28, 2013

735

195

AN ACT relating to electric utilities; prohibiting certain electric utilities from requiring that residential customers pay certain electric service rates based on the time of use of electricity; prohibiting the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada, except under certain circumstances, from approving any change of schedule or imposition of an electric service rate by an electric utility which requires residential customers to pay rates based on the time of use of the electricity; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 173—Assemblymen Healey, Kirkpatrick; Elliot Anderson, Bustamante Adams, Carrillo, Diaz, Frierson, Livermore, Martin, Neal, Oscarson, Pierce and Spiegel. Approved May 28, 2013

737

196

AN ACT relating to education; requiring an individualized education program team to consider certain factors when developing an individualized education program for a pupil with a hearing impairment; requiring that minimum standards for the special education of pupils with hearing impairments prescribed by the State Board of Education include certain provisions; requiring the Department of Education to post certain information relating to children with disabilities on the Department’s Internet website; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 210—Committee on Education. Approved May 28, 2013

742

197

AN ACT relating to public welfare; requiring the Director of the Department of Health and Human Services to issue a request for information to determine the availability, cost and appropriateness of certain measures to revise the manner in which payments are reviewed and made to providers under Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program; requiring the Director to submit a report of the responses to the Legislative Committee on Health Care; and providing other matters properly related thereto. Assembly Bill No. 221—Assemblymen Dondero Loop, Kirkpatrick and Eisen. Approved May 28, 2013

745

198

AN ACT relating to state financial administration; requiring the Legislative Auditor to conduct an audit concerning the use by the Department of Health and Human Services of certain assessments paid by counties to the Department; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 255—Assemblymen Livermore, Hickey, Hambrick; Aizley, Paul Anderson, Bustamante Adams, Ellison, Fiore, Grady, Hansen, Hardy, Kirner, Munford, Oscarson, Stewart, Wheeler and Woodbury. Joint Sponsors: Senators Jones and Settelmeyer. Approved May 28, 2013

748

199

AN ACT relating to veterans; defining the term “veteran” for the purpose of certain privileges and benefits related to military service; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 266—Assemblymen Livermore, Hambrick, Healey, Elliot Anderson; Paul Anderson, Duncan, Ellison, Fiore, Grady, Hardy, Kirner, Munford, Stewart, Swank, Wheeler and Woodbury. Approved May 28, 2013

749

200

AN ACT relating to public works; revising provisions requiring that certain records pertaining to workers be kept by a contractor and a subcontractor on a public works project; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 281—Assemblymen Hogan, Munford; Aizley, Bustamante Adams, Daly, Horne, Kirkpatrick, Martin, Neal, Ohrenschall, Pierce, Sprinkle, Stewart and Swank. Joint Sponsors: Senators Parks, Manendo, Segerblom, Atkinson, Ford; Denis and Kihuen. Approved May 28, 2013

750

201

AN ACT relating to state employees; revising provisions governing the Merit Award Program; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 321—Assemblymen Paul Anderson, Hardy, Hickey, Hambrick; Carrillo, Duncan, Ellison, Fiore, Grady, Healey, Kirner, Livermore, Munford, Oscarson, Sprinkle, Stewart, Wheeler and Woodbury. Joint Sponsors: Senators Hammond; Brower and Gustavson. Approved May 28, 2013

756

202

AN ACT relating to crimes; revising provisions relating to the unlawful use of a hoax bomb; providing penalties; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 352—Assemblymen Horne, Frierson, Hambrick; Grady, Martin, Pierce and Stewart. Joint Sponsors: Senators Parks; Gustavson and Jones. Approved May 28, 2013

757

203

AN ACT relating to consumer protection; prohibiting the manufacture, sale or distribution of certain consumer products that contain or come in direct physical contact with Bisphenol A (BPA); and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 354—Assemblymen Diaz, Bobzien; Pierce and Swank. Approved May 28, 2013

759

204

AN ACT relating to domestic relations; enacting the Uniform Deployed Parents Custody and Visitation Act; repealing provisions governing custody and visitation orders concerning children of members of the military; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 358—Assemblymen Ohrenschall and Bustamante Adams. Approved May 28, 2013

760

205

AN ACT relating to nonprofit corporations; revising certain provisions governing nonprofit cooperative corporations; revising certain provisions governing mergers, conversions and exchanges of nonprofit cooperative corporations; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 366—Assemblymen Benitez-Thompson; and Bobzien. Approved May 28, 2013

771

206

AN ACT relating to historic preservation; encouraging the Office of Historic Preservation of the State Department of Conservation and Natural Resources to collaborate with Partners in Conservation to identify and develop programs for the preservation and protection of the historical culture of St. Thomas, Nevada; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 381—Assemblymen Hickey, Hardy; Hambrick, Kirkpatrick and Stewart. Joint Sponsors: Senators Hardy, Hutchison, Denis; Parks and Roberson. Approved May 28, 2013

775

207

AN ACT relating to cities; authorizing the governing bodies of certain cities to impose a fee on the construction of a structure or the grading of land for certain purposes; authorizing, ratifying, approving and confirming certain ordinances enacted by Boulder City and the cities of Henderson, Las Vegas, Mesquite and North Las Vegas which impose such a fee; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 382—Assemblyman Hardy. Joint Sponsor: Senator Hardy. Approved May 28, 2013

776

208

AN ACT relating to governmental administration; authorizing the Sunset Subcommittee of the Legislative Commission to recommend the auditing of certain boards or commissions; providing that certain members of the Sunset Subcommittee are nonvoting members; decreasing the number of boards and commissions that the Sunset Subcommittee is required to review; removing the requirement that the Sunset Subcommittee submit a written assessment to a board or commission setting forth the costs of a review; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 383—Assemblywoman Bustamante Adams. Joint Sponsors: Senators Kieckhefer and Smith. Approved May 28, 2013

786

209

AN ACT relating to parentage; providing that a child is not required to be made a party to certain actions to determine the paternity of the child; revising provisions governing the representation of a child in certain actions; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 389—Assemblymen Cohen, Frierson, Diaz; Dondero Loop, Duncan, Fiore, Healey and Spiegel. Approved May 28, 2013

789

210

AN ACT relating to children; expanding the rights of children placed in foster care with respect to their siblings; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 393—Assemblymen Fiore, Kirkpatrick, Hambrick; Aizley, Elliot Anderson, Paul Anderson, Bobzien, Bustamante Adams, Cohen, Diaz, Ellison, Frierson, Hansen, Healey, Hickey, Kirner, Livermore, Martin, Ohrenschall, Oscarson, Spiegel, Stewart, Swank, Wheeler and Woodbury. Joint Sponsors: Senators Segerblom and Gustavson. Approved May 28, 2013

792

211

AN ACT relating to redevelopment; requiring the legislative body of each community in which a redevelopment area has been established to create a revolving loan account administered by the redevelopment agency; authorizing a redevelopment agency to use money in a revolving loan account to make loans at or below market rate to new or existing small businesses in the redevelopment area; setting forth certain requirements relating to loans made from a revolving loan fund; requiring a redevelopment agency to adopt certain regulations and prepare certain reports relating to loans of money from a revolving loan account; authorizing a redevelopment agency to adopt an ordinance providing for the recalculation of the amount of the total assessed value of property in a redevelopment area under certain circumstances; providing for the set aside and use of certain revenues from taxes imposed on property in such a redevelopment area; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 417—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved May 28, 2013

795

212

AN ACT relating to local financial administration; revising provisions relating to the distribution of proceeds from certain taxes ad valorem in certain larger counties; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 418—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved May 28, 2013

803

213

AN ACT relating to parentage; revising provisions relating to assisted reproduction; revising provisions relating to gestational carrier arrangements; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 421—Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 28, 2013

805

214

AN ACT relating to intoxicating liquor; revising the definition of “supplier” as that term applies to certain purchases of liquor; prohibiting an importer or wholesale dealer of alcoholic beverages from operating or locating its business on the premises or other property of any supplier; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 432—Committee on Commerce and Labor. Approved May 28, 2013

813

215

AN ACT relating to interior designers; revising certain requirements for an application for a certificate of registration to practice as a registered interior designer; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 434—Committee on Commerce and Labor. Approved May 28, 2013

814

216

AN ACT relating to title insurance; revising provisions authorizing a title insurer to provide a closing letter to certain parties to a real estate transaction for which the title insurer will issue or has issued a policy of title insurance; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 437—Committee on Commerce and Labor. Approved May 28, 2013

815

217

AN ACT relating to the Office of the Attorney General; requiring the Office of the Attorney General to be provided with a copy of certain court rulings and to provide an index of those rulings to the Legislative Counsel biennially; specifying that the Office of the Attorney General must assign the collection of certain restitution related to the expenses of extradition to the State Controller; authorizing the establishment of a program to prevent certain criminal offenders and persons charged with a crime from obtaining or using a United States passport; clarifying the term “state agency” as it relates to agencies required to deposit money in the Fund for Insurance Premiums; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 22—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved May 28, 2013

818

218

AN ACT relating to technological crimes; authorizing the Attorney General to take certain actions to prevent technological crimes; revising the provisions governing actions which constitute theft to include the theft of audio or visual services; revising the provisions governing the appointment of an Executive Director of Technological Crime within the Office of the Attorney General; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 25—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved May 28, 2013

822

219

AN ACT relating to the Nevada Commission on Homeland Security; clarifying that the exceptions to the Open Meeting Law that are provided by law for the Commission also apply, with certain limitations, to all committees appointed by the Chair of the Commission; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 39—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved May 28, 2013

825

220

AN ACT relating to persons with disabilities; restricting the terms of certain agreements relating to vending stands established by the Bureau of Services to Persons Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired of the Rehabilitation Division of the Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation; authorizing such agreements to provide for the recovery by certain persons and entities of increases in utility costs or other expenses resulting from the operation of such vending stands; revising provisions governing the Business Enterprise Account for Persons Who Are Blind; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 54—Committee on Health and Human Services. Approved May 28, 2013

826

221

AN ACT relating to business; authorizing the imposition of a fine on businesses failing to comply with the requirement to obtain or renew a state business license; amending various provisions relating to state business licenses; revising provisions governing registered agents; prohibiting the formation or registration of a business entity for certain purposes; requiring certain persons to answer interrogatories from the Secretary of State in the course of certain investigations; revising provisions governing the initial and annual lists filed with the Secretary of State by business entities; amending provisions governing the reinstatement and revival of business entities; revising various provisions relating to business entities and secured transactions; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 60—Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 28, 2013

829

222

AN ACT relating to counties; authorizing, under certain circumstances, the board of county commissioners of certain smaller counties to authorize the use of county equipment on the property of a local government or a private road located within the county; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 66—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved May 28, 2013

899

223

AN ACT relating to animals; deleting certain provisions which make a report of an act of cruelty against an animal confidential; revising the prohibition against willfully releasing data or information concerning the report so that the prohibition only applies to data or information concerning the identity of the person who makes the report; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 73—Senator Manendo. Approved May 28, 2013

901

224

AN ACT relating to fiduciaries; revising provisions governing guardianship proceedings; revising provisions governing the appointment and the powers and duties of guardians; revising provisions governing powers of attorney; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 78—Senator Settelmeyer. Approved May 28, 2013

902

225

AN ACT relating to wildlife; urging the Board of Wildlife Commissioners to thoroughly conduct a certain review of the hunting of black bears; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 82—Committee on Natural Resources. Approved May 28, 2013

933

226

AN ACT relating to providers of emergency medical services; revising provisions relating to the certification of emergency medical technicians; revising certain educational standards for emergency medical technicians; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 100—Committee on Health and Human Services. Approved May 28, 2013

935

227

AN ACT relating to records of criminal history; requiring an agency of criminal justice to disseminate records of criminal history to court appointed special advocate programs in certain smaller counties under certain circumstances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 141—Senators Denis, Smith, Jones, Segerblom, Settelmeyer; Ford, Kihuen, Manendo and Roberson. Approved May 28, 2013

969

228

AN ACT relating to taxation; making various changes governing the administration of sales and use taxes and related taxes; providing that the right of a retailer to claim certain deductions or refunds is not affected by the assignment of a debt to certain affiliated entities, the writing off by such an entity of the debt as a bad debt and the eligibility of such an entity to deduct the bad debt under federal law; requiring the Department of Taxation to adopt certain regulations; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 152—Senator Denis. Approved May 28, 2013

972

229

AN ACT relating to crimes; revising criminal penalties for crimes that are gross misdemeanors; revising provisions governing the sealing of records of convictions pertaining to gross misdemeanors; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 169—Senators Segerblom and Kihuen. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Ohrenschall, Flores; Benitez-Thompson, Frierson and Neal. Approved May 28, 2013

976

230

AN ACT relating to crimes; making it a felony to perform certain health care procedures or surgical procedures without a license; revising the provision defining when a person is deemed to be practicing dentistry; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 199—Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 28, 2013

993

231

AN ACT relating to trapping; requiring the registration of each trap, snare or similar device used in the taking of wild mammals; providing that any information in the possession of the Department of Wildlife concerning the registration of a trap, snare or similar device is confidential; requiring the Board of Wildlife Commissioners to adopt regulations prescribing the frequency of required visits for a trap, snare or similar device; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 213—Senators Parks, Manendo, Spearman, Segerblom; and Woodhouse (by request). Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Carlton, Ohrenschall; Martin, Munford and Pierce. Approved May 28, 2013

1000

232

AN ACT relating to sheriffs; revising provisions governing the removal of deputy sheriffs in certain smaller counties; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 273—Senators Settelmeyer, Gustavson; and Goicoechea. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Ellison, Hansen and Wheeler. Approved May 28, 2013

1004

233

AN ACT relating to education; authorizing high school pupils who satisfy certain qualifications to complete a public or private internship and receive credit toward the academic credit requirements for graduation from high school; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 305—Senator Settelmeyer (by request). Approved May 28, 2013

1006

234

AN ACT relating to education; authorizing certain hospitals and facilities to request reimbursement, under certain circumstances, for providing educational services to children in their care; authorizing the Department of Education, the county school districts, charter schools and the Health Division of the Department of Health and Human Services to enter into a cooperative agreement for the provision of educational services to children at certain hospitals and facilities; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 344—Senators Woodhouse, Smith, Denis, Spearman, Parks; Ford, Jones, Kihuen and Segerblom. Approved May 28, 2013

1007

235

AN ACT relating to education; creating the Advisory Council on Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics; prescribing the membership and duties of the Council; requiring the Council to submit to the State Board of Education, the Governor and the Legislature a written report which includes recommendations concerning the instruction and curriculum in courses of study in science, technology, engineering and mathematics in public schools in this State; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 345—Senators Woodhouse, Parks, Ford, Denis, Smith; Jones, Kihuen, Manendo, Segerblom and Spearman. Joint Sponsors: Assemblywomen Dondero Loop; and Swank. Approved May 28, 2013

1009

236

AN ACT relating to real property; revising provisions relating to covenants that may be adopted by reference in a deed of trust; providing methods by which assumption fees for a change of parties to a deed of trust may be set; revising provisions relating to certain agreements to sell real property to a third party; revising provisions concerning accounting for impound accounts for the payment of certain obligations relating to certain real property; providing a civil penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 356—Senator Roberson (by request). Approved May 28, 2013

1012

237

AN ACT relating to crimes; establishing the crime of stolen valor; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 365—Senator Brower. Joint Sponsor: Assemblyman Elliot Anderson. Approved May 28, 2013

1018

238

AN ACT relating to wildlife; prohibiting a person from intentionally feeding any big game mammal under certain circumstances; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 371—Senators Kieckhefer, Smith; Goicoechea and Settelmeyer. Joint Sponsor: Assemblyman Bobzien. Approved May 28, 2013

1019

239

AN ACT relating to transportation of pupils; revising provisions relating to the flammability of certain materials and components used in new school buses; adopting standards for automatic systems of fire extinguishment for school buses that are so equipped; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 382—Senators Parks and Kihuen (by request). Approved May 28, 2013

1021

240

AN ACT relating to real estate; revising provisions concerning the late renewal of licenses and permits of certain real estate professionals; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 402—Senator Roberson. Approved May 28, 2013

1025

241

AN ACT relating to business practices; prohibiting a subcontractor from receiving any public money unless the subcontractor is the holder of a state business license under certain circumstances; clarifying that a person is prohibited from entering into a contract with the State of Nevada unless the person is the holder of a state business license; making certain misrepresentations by a provider or vendor of floral or ornamental products a deceptive trade practice; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 404—Senators Smith, Woodhouse, Denis, Spearman, Parks; and Atkinson. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Kirkpatrick; Dondero Loop and Sprinkle. Approved May 28, 2013

1026

242

AN ACT relating to gaming; exempting wagers made pursuant to an agreement entered into by the Governor and another state from certain crimes relating to gaming; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 409—Senators Kihuen and Segerblom. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Frierson, Ohrenschall and Horne. Approved May 28, 2013

1035

243

AN ACT relating to taxicabs; requiring each operator of a taxicab business to post a sign notifying passengers of the maximum penalties for committing an assault or battery upon a driver of a taxicab; providing penalties; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 432—Committee on Transportation. Approved May 28, 2013

1036

244

AN ACT relating to motor vehicle fuel; requiring the State Board of Agriculture to adopt regulations that require a warning label to be affixed to any pump which dispenses any motor vehicle fuel to which any manganese or manganese compound has been added; requiring a person who sells motor vehicle fuel that contains manganese or any manganese compound to provide certain documentation to the purchaser of that fuel; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 433—Committee on Natural Resources. Approved May 28, 2013

1040

245

AN ACT relating to false claims; revising provisions relating to the distribution of money recovered in certain actions for false claims; revising the definition of a “claim”; increasing the minimum and maximum amounts of civil penalties for certain acts related to false claims; revising provisions relating to the statute of limitations for false claim actions; making various other changes to provisions relating to actions for false claims; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 437—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved May 28, 2013

1042

246

AN ACT relating to the Colorado River Commission of Nevada; authorizing the Commission to borrow and otherwise become obligated for a certain principal amount for certain purposes relating to the costs of electrical capacity and energy generated from the Hoover Dam; authorizing the Commission to issue general and special obligation securities of the State within a certain period; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 438—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved May 28, 2013

1050

247

AN ACT making a supplemental appropriation to the Division of Health Care Financing and Policy of the Department of Health and Human Services for an unanticipated increase in caseloads for medical services and certain other costs; authorizing the expenditure of certain money for the same purposes; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 459—Committee on Finance. Approved May 28, 2013

1051

248

AN ACT making supplemental appropriations to the Commission on Judicial Discipline for the costs of one-time leave payouts resulting from the unanticipated retirement of certain staff and the costs related to unanticipated hearings; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 460—Committee on Finance. Approved May 28, 2013

1052

249

AN ACT relating to actions concerning persons; revising provisions relating to the compensation of certain special counsel employed by the Attorney General; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 476—Committee on Finance. Approved May 28, 2013

1053

250

AN ACT relating to the reorganization of State Government; continuing the transfer of the powers and duties of the Consumer Affairs Division of the Department of Business and Industry and the Commissioner of Consumer Affairs to the Office of the Attorney General; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 488—Committee on Finance. Approved May 28, 2013

1054

251

AN ACT relating to state financial administration; extending the deadline for the issuance of certain general obligation bonds to protect, preserve and obtain the benefits of the property and natural resources of this State; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 489—Committee on Finance. Approved May 28, 2013

1055

252

AN ACT relating to genetic marker analysis; defining certain terms relating to genetic marker analysis; establishing the State DNA Database; imposing an administrative assessment upon a defendant convicted of any crime; requiring that a biological specimen be obtained from a person arrested for a felony; establishing the Subcommittee to Review Arrestee DNA of the Advisory Commission on the Administration of Justice; providing penalties; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 243—Senator Smith. Joint Sponsor: Assemblyman Hickey. Approved May 29, 2013

1055

253

AN ACT relating to children; revising provisions governing persons who are required to report the abuse or neglect of a child; revising provisions governing the punishment for the failure of a person to report the abuse or neglect of a child; revising provisions governing investigations of reports concerning the possible abuse or neglect of a child; revising provisions relating to the abandonment of a newborn child to a provider of emergency services; requiring the Legislative Committee on Health Care to review certain provisions governing a person who provides a service related to health care; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 155—Assemblymen Eisen, Frierson; Benitez-Thompson, Carrillo, Dondero Loop, Duncan, Flores, Healey, Kirkpatrick and Oscarson. Joint Sponsors: Senators Jones and Hardy. Approved May 29, 2013

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254

AN ACT relating to the military; revising and updating certain provisions governing military justice; revising and updating certain other provisions governing the Office of the Military, Nevada National Guard, Nevada National Guard Reserve and volunteer military organizations licensed by the Governor; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 18—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved May 29, 2013

1092

255

AN ACT relating to concealed firearms; revising the definition of “concealed firearm”; authorizing a person to obtain one permit to carry a concealed firearm for all handguns owned by the person; revising provisions relating to a person’s demonstration of competence with certain firearms for the purpose of obtaining or renewing a permit to carry a concealed firearm; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 76—Senator Settelmeyer. Approved May 29, 2013

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256

AN ACT relating to confidential information; requiring a state or local governmental entity to keep confidential certain records which are submitted to the entity in connection with an application for a special use permit or any other license, permit or similar approval; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 90—Senator Settelmeyer. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Grady; and Ellison. Approved May 29, 2013

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257

AN ACT relating to economic development; requiring each regional development authority to present a plan for its region to the Executive Director of the Office of Economic Development regarding a recruiting and marketing effort to attract professionals and businesses to the region; requiring the Board of Economic Development to make recommendations to the Executive Director regarding a recruiting and marketing effort to attract professionals and businesses to this State; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 209—Senators Hutchison, Roberson, Gustavson, Hammond, Spearman; Goicoechea, Hardy, Segerblom and Settelmeyer. Approved May 29, 2013

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258

AN ACT relating to governmental administration; requiring a state agency to make available on an Internet website maintained by the state agency certain forms of the state agency in a format which allows the form to be completed, downloaded and saved electronically and submitted securely to the state agency via the Internet; authorizing a state agency to apply for a waiver from such a requirement; requiring the Interim Finance Committee to grant such a waiver in certain circumstances; authorizing a state agency to provide a copy of certain records to any other state agency upon request; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 236—Senators Spearman, Parks; Ford, Jones, Kihuen, Manendo, Segerblom and Woodhouse. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Aizley, Kirner and Swank. Approved May 29, 2013

1146

259

AN ACT relating to campaign practices; amending the definition of “committee for political action” to include certain organizations and entities that receive contributions or make expenditures in excess of certain amounts for the purpose of affecting an election or ballot question; requiring such organizations and entities to register as committees for political action and report certain information; clarifying that political parties and committees sponsored by political parties are not committees for political action; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 246—Senators Jones and Spearman. Approved May 29, 2013

1148

260

AN ACT relating to the protection of children; creating the Task Force on the Prevention of Sexual Abuse of Children within the Division of Child and Family Services of the Department of Health and Human Services; requiring the Task Force to perform certain duties; providing for the expiration of the Task Force; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 258—Senators Brower, Jones, Hammond, Hutchison, Roberson; Atkinson, Cegavske, Ford, Goicoechea, Hardy, Kieckhefer, Manendo, Spearman and Woodhouse. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Hickey; Hambrick, Hardy, Munford, Oscarson, Sprinkle, Swank and Wheeler. Approved May 29, 2013

1151

261

AN ACT relating to crimes; repealing the crime of solicitation of a minor to engage in acts constituting the infamous crime against nature; providing that the crime of luring a child includes the solicitation of certain persons to engage in sexual conduct; revising certain definitions and references to sex acts; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 388—Senators Parks, Spearman and Segerblom. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Martin and Healey. Approved May 29, 2013

1154

262

AN ACT relating to education; requiring information concerning certain gifts or bequests of money or property to be reported by the State Board of Education and the board of trustees of each school district; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 392—Senator Segerblom. Approved May 29, 2013

1175

263

AN ACT relating to elections; revising provisions governing the procedure for filling a vacancy in a major political party nomination; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 393—Senator Smith. Approved May 29, 2013

1178

264

AN ACT relating to marriage; authorizing a notary public to perform a marriage in certain circumstances; establishing a fee to apply for certain authorization to perform marriages and for a certificate of permission to perform marriages; increasing the fee for marriages performed by the commissioner of civil marriages, his or her deputy of commissioner of civil marriages and justices of the peace; revising various provisions governing the performance of marriages; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 419—Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 29, 2013

1185

265

AN ACT relating to criminal procedure; specifying that a prosecuting attorney or an attorney for a defendant may issue subpoenas for witnesses in this State to appear before the court at which a preliminary hearing is to be held; authorizing a peace officer to accept delivery of a subpoena in lieu of service, via electronic means; providing that a person who fails to obey a subpoena of an attorney for a defendant without an adequate excuse is in contempt of court; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 420—Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 29, 2013

1201

266

AN ACT relating to the City of Henderson; providing for the creation and duties of a Charter Committee; revising provisions relating to changing the boundaries of the City’s wards based on changes in population; amending provisions relating to filling certain vacancies; amending provisions relating to Executive Officers; revising certain provisions relating to the Civil Service System; making various other changes to the Charter; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 440—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved May 29, 2013

1203

267

AN ACT relating to health care; instructing the Legislative Committee on Health Care to consider methods to promote federally qualified health centers and rural health clinics as part of its interim review of health care; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 448—Committee on Health and Human Services. Approved May 29, 2013

1219

268

AN ACT relating to public health; increasing the period during which a person is subject to additional penalties upon conviction of a third or subsequent offense involving the unlawful disposal of any cesspool or septic tank effluent or solid waste; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 449—Committee on Health and Human Services. Approved May 29, 2013

1220

269

AN ACT relating to public health; allowing a physician to issue an order for auto-injectable epinephrine to a public or private school; providing for public and private schools to obtain auto-injectable epinephrine under certain conditions; requiring public and private schools, if feasible, to provide certain training to employees and to develop a comprehensive plan concerning anaphylaxis; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 453—Committee on Health and Human Services. Approved May 29, 2013

1223

270

AN ACT relating to elections; enacting the Uniform Faithful Presidential Electors Act; repealing certain provisions governing presidential electors; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 458—Committee on Legislative Operations and Elections. Approved May 29, 2013

1229

271

AN ACT relating to water; revising provisions governing fees collected by the State Engineer; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 468—Committee on Finance. Approved May 29, 2013

1234

272

AN ACT relating to dental care; revising provisions relating to plans for dental care; revising provisions governing certain billing practices of dentists; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 497—Committee on Commerce, Labor and Energy. Approved May 29, 2013

1239

273

AN ACT relating to motor vehicles; providing for the issuance of drivers’ licenses, identification cards and commercial drivers’ licenses valid for a period other than 4 years; providing for the issuance of certain nonresident commercial drivers’ licenses; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 503—Committee on Transportation. Approved May 29, 2013

1241

274

AN ACT relating to interstate compacts; abolishing the Columbia Basin Interstate Compact Commission of the State of Nevada; repealing the ratification and approval of participation by the State of Nevada in the Columbia Interstate Compact; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 505—Committee on Natural Resources. Approved May 29, 2013

1246

275

AN ACT relating to employment practices; repealing provisions governing certain employment practices concerning members of the Communist Party and related organizations; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 506—Committee on Commerce, Labor and Energy. Approved May 29, 2013

1247

276

AN ACT relating to financial institutions; repealing provisions relating to development corporations and corporations for economic revitalization and diversification; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 507—Committee on Commerce, Labor and Energy. Approved May 29, 2013

1247

277

AN ACT relating to taxation; revising the provisions governing the tax on the rental of transient lodging within the City of Sparks to pay for certain tourism-related projects and capital improvements; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 509—Committee on Finance. Approved May 29, 2013

1253

278

AN ACT relating to liens; authorizing owners of storage facilities to impose a reasonable late fee if rent for a storage space is not paid when due; authorizing the owner of a storage facility to deny an occupant access to his or her storage space if rent owed by the occupant remains unpaid for 10 days or more; revising various provisions governing liens of owners of storage facilities; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 182—Assemblyman Carrillo. Approved May 30, 2013

1255

279

AN ACT relating to offenders; requiring the Director of the Department of Corrections to provide certain information upon the release of an offender; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 423—Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 30, 2013

1259

280

AN ACT relating to insurance; providing that a vendor of portable electronics is not required to have certain written materials concerning portable electronics insurance filed with or approved by the Commissioner of Insurance; allowing an insurer who issues a policy of portable electronics insurance to change a term or condition of the policy more than once in a 6-month period; allowing an insurer who issues a policy of portable electronics insurance to terminate the policy for nonpayment without first providing notice to the customer of the customer’s failure to pay a premium for the policy; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 496—Committee on Commerce, Labor and Energy. Approved May 30, 2013

1262

281

AN ACT relating to business associations; providing for personal jurisdiction for certain nonresident persons associated with business entities; revising provisions governing attendance at certain meetings of corporations and limited-liability corporations; revising provisions governing the statute of limitations for certain actions relating to the dissolution of corporations and limited-liability corporations; authorizing insurance companies to organize as nonprofit companies; revising provisions governing the dissolution and winding up of affairs of limited-liability companies; revising provisions governing domestication of undomesticated organizations; revising provisions relating to the right of dissent to certain corporate actions; clarifying certain provisions relating to the demand for payment by a dissenter; providing for a change of venue for certain actions in business court; revising various provisions governing certain business entities; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 441—Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 30, 2013

1266

282

AN ACT relating to motor vehicles; providing for the issuance of a driver authorization card; establishing the contents of an application for a driver authorization card and certain instruction permits; establishing the information that must be contained on a driver authorization card and similarly obtained instruction permits; providing for the expiration and renewal of a driver authorization card; providing that certain provisions of state law which apply to drivers’ licenses also apply to a driver authorization card and similarly obtained instruction permits; making an appropriation; providing penalties; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 303—Senators Denis, Kihuen, Roberson, Ford, Segerblom; Atkinson, Hammond, Hardy, Hutchison, Jones, Manendo, Parks, Smith, Spearman and Woodhouse. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Bustamante Adams, Diaz, Flores, Elliot Anderson, Spiegel; Aizley, Benitez-Thompson, Bobzien, Dondero Loop, Eisen, Frierson, Hickey, Kirkpatrick, Munford, Neal and Pierce. Approved May 31, 2013

1290

283

AN ACT relating to vessels; authorizing a peace officer to seize a vessel without a warrant and to treat the vessel as abandoned under certain circumstances; revising the circumstances under which an operator of a vessel must file a description of a collision, accident or other casualty involving the vessel; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 434—Committee on Natural Resources. Approved June 1, 2013

1299

284

AN ACT relating to public welfare; revising provisions governing the duties of the Division of Health Care Financing and Policy and the Division of Welfare and Supportive Services of the Department of Health and Human Services; repealing certain programs relating to Medicaid and public assistance; abolishing the State Board of Welfare and Supportive Services; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 8—Committee on Health and Human Services. Approved June 1, 2013

1301

285

AN ACT relating to gaming; revising provisions relating to the unlawful use or possession of certain devices in a game; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 10—Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 1, 2013

1317

286

AN ACT relating to agriculture; deleting provisions which authorize the Director of the State Department of Agriculture to remove certain persons from office with the approval of the State Board of Agriculture; revising the classification and qualifications of certain persons appointed by the Director; expanding the purposes for which expenditures from the Livestock Inspection Account and for the Program for the Control of Pests and Plant Diseases may be made; requiring an inspector of the Department to notify an agricultural enforcement officer of certain findings made by the inspector concerning the actual legal owner of an animal; revising the circumstances under which a person may possess the carcass of a bovine animal; revising provisions governing certain farm products other than livestock, livestock products or poultry; revising the circumstances under which a person must obtain a license to engage in pest control; repealing provisions governing the Agricultural Loan Mediation Program and slaughtering cattle without a formal inspection; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 20—Committee on Natural Resources, Agriculture, and Mining. Approved June 1, 2013

1318

287

AN ACT relating to elections; revising requirements for reporting contributions, expenditures and campaign expenses relating to special elections; revising provisions governing the disposition of unspent contributions; establishing a procedure for a candidate to end his or her campaign; clarifying the existence of certain remedies and penalties relating to campaign finance; making various other changes relating to campaign finance; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 35—Committee on Legislative Operations and Elections. Approved June 1, 2013

1329

288

AN ACT relating to common-interest communities; revising provisions governing the storage of trash and recycling containers in certain planned communities; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 44—Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 1, 2013

1366

289

AN ACT relating to criminal justice; revising provisions concerning the delivery of copies of reports of presentence investigations and certain judgments of conviction; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 64—Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 1, 2013

1368

290

AN ACT relating to escrow accounts; revising provisions governing certain disbursements of money from escrow accounts; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 83—Assemblywoman Bustamante Adams. Approved June 1, 2013

1370

291

AN ACT relating to public schools; requiring consistency in zoning ordinances with respect to certain standards and specifications for the construction or alteration of public schools in certain counties; requiring that such standards and specifications be developed in conjunction with the school district of that county; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 87—Assemblymen Daly, Elliot Anderson, Bobzien, Carrillo; Benitez-Thompson, Cohen, Hansen, Hickey, Kirner, Livermore and Sprinkle. Joint Sponsor: Senator Smith. Approved June 1, 2013

1371

292

AN ACT relating to crimes; revising provisions relating to the time for filing a count alleging that a person is a habitual criminal, habitual felon or habitually fraudulent felon; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 97—Assemblymen Aizley; Munford, Neal and Ohrenschall. Approved June 1, 2013

1373

293

AN ACT relating to notarial acts; revising certain provisions of the Uniform Law on Notarial Acts; revising certain provisions governing notaries public; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 99—Assemblymen Ohrenschall; and Horne. Joint Sponsors: Senators Segerblom, Roberson, Brower; and Settelmeyer. Approved June 1, 2013

1374

294

AN ACT relating to crimes; revising certain provisions concerning accessories to certain crimes; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 116—Assemblymen Benitez-Thompson; and Elliot Anderson. Approved June 1, 2013

1381

295

AN ACT relating to records; revising provisions governing the sealing of certain records; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 156—Assemblyman Ohrenschall. Joint Sponsor: Senator Segerblom. Approved June 1, 2013

1382

296

AN ACT relating to public works; revising provisions relating to preferences in bidding for contracts for certain public works projects; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 172—Assemblymen Horne, Kirkpatrick, Bobzien, Benitez-Thompson, Hickey; and Bustamante Adams. Approved June 1, 2013

1387

297

AN ACT relating to motor vehicles; providing for the issuance by the Department of Motor Vehicles of a separate tier of five new special license plates, which must meet increased requirements for bonding and the number of applications to qualify for issuance; imposing a fee for the issuance or renewal of such license plates; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 189—Committee on Transportation. Approved June 1, 2013

1399

298

AN ACT relating to food establishments; allowing farms to hold farm-to-fork events in certain circumstances without being considered a food establishment for purposes of inspections by the health authority and other regulations; requiring such farms to register with the health authority; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 200—Assemblymen Hardy, Grady, Carlton, Hickey, Oscarson; Kirner, Livermore and Wheeler. Joint Sponsors: Senators Hardy; and Cegavske. Approved June 1, 2013

1403

299

AN ACT relating to public lands; creating the Nevada Land Management Task Force to conduct a study addressing the transfer of public lands in Nevada from the Federal Government to the State of Nevada; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 227—Assemblymen Ellison, Wheeler, Hansen, Hickey, Hardy; Paul Anderson, Bustamante Adams, Carrillo, Duncan, Fiore, Flores, Grady, Hambrick, Healey, Kirkpatrick, Kirner, Livermore, Neal, Ohrenschall, Oscarson, Spiegel, Stewart and Woodbury. Joint Sponsors: Senators Goicoechea, Gustavson, Roberson, Hutchison, Hammond; Atkinson, Brower, Cegavske, Denis, Hardy, Jones, Kieckhefer, Kihuen, Manendo, Parks, Settelmeyer, Spearman and Woodhouse. Approved June 1, 2013

1406

300

AN ACT relating to genetic marker analysis; authorizing a person convicted of any felony to file a petition requesting genetic marker analysis; authorizing the appeal of an order granting or dismissing a petition for genetic marker analysis; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 233—Assemblywoman Flores. Approved June 1, 2013

1409

301

AN ACT relating to residential leasing; providing for the early termination of certain rental agreements by victims of domestic violence under certain circumstances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 284—Assemblymen Flores; and Elliot Anderson. Approved June 1, 2013

1413

302

AN ACT relating to real property; revising provisions governing the affidavit of authority to exercise the power of sale under a deed of trust which must be included with a notice of default and election to sell; revising provisions governing the exercise of the power of sale under a deed of trust; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 300—Assemblyman Frierson. Joint Sponsor: Senator Roberson. Approved June 1, 2013

1418

303

AN ACT relating to the Public Employees’ Benefits Program; revising provisions relating to the subsidy for coverage of certain retired persons under the Program; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 303—Assemblyman Aizley. Approved June 1, 2013

1424

304

AN ACT relating to certain regulated professions; revising the definition of “private investigator”; exempting certain activities from the applicability of provisions of existing law governing private investigators and related professions; revising provisions governing employees of certain licensees; requiring certain licensees to maintain a principal place of business in this State; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 306—Assemblymen Horne; Bustamante Adams, Carrillo, Cohen, Frierson, Hickey, Martin, Munford and Sprinkle. Joint Sponsors: Senators Segerblom; and Atkinson. Approved June 1, 2013

1426

305

AN ACT relating to mining; requiring certain plans for reclamation of an exploration project or mining operation to provide for public nonmotorized access to the water level of a pit lake; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 346—Assemblymen Bobzien, Pierce; Daly, Diaz and Sprinkle. Joint Sponsor: Senator Segerblom. Approved June 1, 2013

1430

306

AN ACT relating to foster care; establishing certain requirements for the operation of a foster care agency; requiring a foster care agency to create and maintain reports on its programs and services; allowing a foster care agency to encourage and assist a potential foster home to apply for a license; requiring a contract between a foster care agency and a provider of foster care with which the foster care agency places a child; requiring a foster care agency to provide certain services to each foster home in which the foster care agency places children; providing for the operation of independent living foster homes; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 348—Assemblymen Frierson, Spiegel, Carrillo, Diaz, Dondero Loop; Cohen and Fiore. Approved June 1, 2013

1433

307

AN ACT relating to public employees; increasing the maximum period during which certain public officers and employees of the State who are active members of the military must be relieved from their duties to serve under orders without loss of compensation; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 364—Assemblymen Paul Anderson, Hansen; Duncan, Ellison, Grady, Hardy, Kirner, Oscarson and Wheeler. Approved June 1, 2013

1458

308

AN ACT relating to interpreters; revising certain provisions relating to court interpreters; requiring that interpreters be appointed in certain judicial proceedings where a person with a language barrier is a witness, defendant or litigant; requiring the Advisory Commission on the Administration of Justice to appoint a subcommittee to conduct an interim study concerning language access in the courts; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 365—Assemblywomen Diaz and Flores. Approved June 1, 2013

1459

309

AN ACT relating to counties; authorizing a board of county commissioners to enter into agreements exempting certain persons, organizations and assemblies occurring on federal lands from certain requirements and prohibitions relating to assemblies; requiring such agreements to include certain provisions; prohibiting certain actions regarding such agreements and the application of certain requirements and prohibitions relating to certain assemblies occurring on federal lands; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 374—Assemblymen Bobzien; Aizley, Elliot Anderson, Benitez-Thompson, Bustamante Adams, Carlton, Daly, Dondero Loop, Eisen, Fiore, Frierson, Healey, Hickey, Kirkpatrick, Martin, Pierce, Spiegel and Sprinkle. Joint Sponsors: Senators Kihuen, Smith, Segerblom, Parks; and Kieckhefer. Approved June 1, 2013

1463

310

AN ACT relating to campaign practices; setting forth factors that the Secretary of State may consider when determining whether good cause has been shown to waive a civil penalty imposed for filing late certain campaign reports; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 442—Committee on Legislative Operations and Elections. Approved June 1, 2013

1466

311

AN ACT relating to the state militia; authorizing the Adjutant General to accept certain property; revising certain provisions relating to the rental of an armory or facility of the Office of the Military; revising certain provisions relating to the Patriot Relief Account; repealing certain provisions concerning the state militia; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 448—Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 1, 2013

1468

312

AN ACT relating to vital statistics; providing that certain proceeds accruing to this State may be used by the Health Division of the Department of Health and Human Services for certain purposes; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 449—Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 1, 2013

1472

313

AN ACT relating to special license plates; revising the role of the Commission on Special License Plates to advise the Department of Motor Vehicles with respect to certain matters; requiring that applicants for special license plates furnish to the Department certain amended information; requiring that the Commission compile and make publicly available certain information regarding special license plates which the Commission has recommended for approval; revising provisions governing the procedure for taking adverse action against a charitable organization that receives additional fees from a special license plate; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 455—Committee on Transportation. Approved June 1, 2013

1473

314

AN ACT relating to health care; requiring that advertisements for health care services include certain information; requiring a health care professional to communicate certain information to current and prospective patients; prescribing the format for certain advertisements and disclosures; requiring a health care professional to wear a name tag indicating his or her licensure or certification under certain circumstances; limiting the use of the term “board certified” by certain health care professionals; providing that a health care professional is subject to disciplinary action under certain circumstances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 456—Committee on Health and Human Services. Approved June 1, 2013

1484

315

AN ACT relating to school property; authorizing the board of trustees of a school district to donate surplus personal property of the school district to another school district; revising provisions relating to the duties of oversight panels for school facilities; revising provisions governing the submission of a biennial report to the Legislature with written recommendations for financing the costs of construction of school facilities by oversight panels for school facilities; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 459—Committee on Education. Approved June 1, 2013

1487

316

AN ACT making an appropriation to the Health Division of the Department of Health and Human Services for the operation of the vital records and statistics program in Fiscal Year 2012-2013; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 471—Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 1, 2013

1490

317

AN ACT making a supplemental appropriation to the Nevada Highway Patrol Division of the Department of Public Safety as reimbursement for unanticipated visiting dignitary protection assignments; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 478—Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 1, 2013

1491

318

AN ACT relating to water; limiting the amount of the fees that the State Engineer may charge and collect for certain applications to appropriate water for wildlife purposes submitted by the Department of Wildlife; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 483—Committee on Natural Resources, Agriculture, and Mining. Approved June 1, 2013

1491

319

AN ACT relating to legal representation; revising provisions governing the legal representation of certain persons by the Attorney General or the chief legal officer of a political subdivision in civil actions relating to certain public duties or employment; revising provisions concerning the crime of unlawfully soliciting legal business; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 27—Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 1, 2013

1493

320

AN ACT relating to land use planning; revising provisions governing the subject matter of master plans; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 55—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 1, 2013

1498

321

AN ACT relating to education; eliminating or modifying certain restrictions on enrollment by a pupil in a program of distance education; providing for an additional exemption from the requirement that an unlicensed employee of a school district be directly supervised by a licensed employee; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 58—Committee on Education. Approved June 1, 2013

1511

322

AN ACT relating to financial services; authorizing certain licensees to charge a late fee on a loan in default under certain circumstances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 94—Committee on Commerce, Labor and Energy. Approved June 1, 2013

1516

323

AN ACT relating to child welfare; requiring an agency which provides child welfare services to obtain and examine the credit report for certain children in its custody; requiring the agency to report each potential instance of identity theft or other crime to the Attorney General and make a diligent effort to resolve any inaccuracy in the report; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 99—Committee on Health and Human Services. Approved June 1, 2013

1518

324

AN ACT relating to the administration of justice; restricting the use of corrective room restriction on children who are in confinement in a state, local or regional facility for the detention of children; requiring the Advisory Commission on the Administration of Justice to conduct a study concerning detention and incarceration; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 107—Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 1, 2013

1520

325

AN ACT relating to personal representatives; authorizing a personal representative to direct the termination of a decedent’s account on certain Internet websites; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 131—Senator Cegavske. Joint Sponsor: Assemblywoman Kirkpatrick. Approved June 1, 2013

1524

326

AN ACT relating to tobacco; authorizing a board of county commissioners to adopt an ordinance prohibiting a minor from committing certain acts relating to the possession and use of tobacco products; revising various provisions relating to tobacco products; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 177—Senators Settelmeyer, Hardy; Cegavske, Goicoechea, Gustavson, Hammond, Hutchison, Jones, Kieckhefer, Segerblom and Woodhouse. Joint Sponsor: Assemblyman Wheeler. Approved June 1, 2013

1525

327

AN ACT relating to public works; requiring the Administrator of the State Public Works Division of the Department of Administration to authorize the construction or installation of a memorial dedicated to Nevada’s fallen soldiers on the Capitol Complex; creating the Nevada Fallen Soldier Memorial Gift Account in the State General Fund; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 230—Senators Parks, Spearman, Goicoechea, Hardy; Brower and Segerblom. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Elliot Anderson, Grady, Wheeler, Healey, Ohrenschall; Aizley, Duncan, Ellison, Hogan, Kirner, Livermore, Pierce, Stewart and Swank. Approved June 1, 2013

1535

328

AN ACT relating to scrap metal; authorizing a local law enforcement agency to establish or utilize an electronic reporting system to receive information relating to purchases of scrap metal; requiring, under certain circumstances, a scrap metal processor to submit electronically to a local law enforcement agency or certain third parties certain information relating to certain purchases of scrap metal; requiring the Division of Industrial Relations of the Department of Business and Industry to adopt regulations relating to the confidentiality of reported information; revising provisions relating to certain records maintained by scrap metal processors; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 235—Senators Parks, Atkinson, Segerblom, Spearman; Manendo and Woodhouse (by request). Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Grady, Hardy, Kirner, Martin and Munford. Approved June 1, 2013

1536

329

AN ACT relating to crimes; changing the penalty for certain graffiti offenses committed on any protected site in this State; revising the definition of “protected site” as it relates to such graffiti offenses; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 237—Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 1, 2013

1540

330

AN ACT relating to real property; establishing an expedited process for the foreclosure of abandoned residential property; authorizing a board of county commissioners or the governing body of an incorporated city to establish by ordinance a registry of abandoned residential real property and a registry of real property in danger of becoming abandoned; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 278—Senators Ford and Jones. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Healey, Spiegel; and Frierson. Approved June 1, 2013

1543

331

AN ACT relating to taxation; requiring a county treasurer to assign a tax lien against a parcel of real property located within the county if an assignment is authorized by an agreement between the owner of the property and the assignee; requiring the county treasurer to issue a certificate of assignment for each tax lien assigned; authorizing the assignee of a tax lien to commence an action against the property owner for the collection of the delinquent taxes, penalties, interest, fees and costs or to pursue any other remedy authorized by the agreement with the owner; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 301—Senator Smith. Approved June 1, 2013

1555

332

AN ACT relating to physicians; revising certain provisions governing certain continuing education requirements for physicians; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 319—Senator Hardy. Approved June 1, 2013

1568

333

AN ACT relating to redevelopment of communities; revising requirements for the submission of an employment plan relating to certain redevelopment projects; requiring certain redevelopment agencies to withhold a portion of any incentive provided to a developer until the developer satisfies certain conditions; requiring the reporting of certain information relating to the redevelopment project by certain developers; requiring that certain employment plans include information relating to efforts to hire persons who reside in certain areas; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 135—Senators Atkinson, Spearman and Ford. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Frierson, Neal, Flores, Horne and Kirkpatrick. Approved June 1, 2013

1571

334

AN ACT relating to time shares; revising provisions governing the public offering statement provided to prospective purchasers; revising provisions concerning the renewal of a permit to sell a time share; requiring certain persons to notify the Real Estate Division of certain convictions; authorizing the Real Estate Commission to take certain actions against certain people in certain circumstances; prohibiting certain people from working in certain time-share related professions without a proper license; making various other changes relating to time shares; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 383—Senator Parks (by request). Approved June 1, 2013

1575

335

AN ACT relating to charter schools; authorizing the Director of the Department of Business and Industry to issue bonds, notes and other obligations to finance the acquisition, construction, improvement, restoration or rehabilitation of property, buildings and facilities for charter schools; establishing the procedure for the issuance of such obligations; providing for the payment of the obligations; revising provisions relating to the closure of a charter school and the payment of its debts; authorizing a charter school to incorporate as a nonprofit corporation, borrow money and encumber its assets; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 384—Senator Hammond. Approved June 1, 2013

1588

336

AN ACT relating to special fuels; prohibiting certain conduct related to the sale of biodiesel, biomass-based diesel or biomass-based diesel blend that does not conform to certain specifications; amending the definition of “biodiesel” and defining “biomass-based diesel” and “biomass-based diesel blend” for the purpose of provisions relating to taxes imposed on special fuels; amending the definition of “special fuel” for the purpose of provisions relating to taxes imposed on special fuels; revising the conversion factor of compressed natural gas for purposes of the taxation of the sale or use of compressed natural gas; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 399—Senator Kihuen. Approved June 1, 2013

1606

337

AN ACT relating to governmental administration; requiring the Director of the Legislative Counsel Bureau to develop biennial recommendations for the elimination of the requirement to submit certain obsolete and redundant reports to the Legislature; repealing provisions which require the submission of a report to the Director and certain other persons; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 405—Senators Smith, Denis, Roberson, Woodhouse, Spearman; and Atkinson. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Kirkpatrick; and Sprinkle. Approved June 1, 2013

1609

338

AN ACT relating to juveniles; prohibiting a minor from transmitting or distributing certain images of bullying committed against another minor under certain circumstances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 414—Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 1, 2013

1634

339

AN ACT relating to education; requiring departments of juvenile services to inform juvenile courts and school districts of incidents of unlawful bullying or cyber-bullying; requiring courts to inform school districts of incidents of unlawful bullying or cyber-bullying; revising the definition of bullying and cyber-bullying; expanding the prohibition against bullying and cyber-bullying to include members of a club or organization which uses the facilities of any public school; repealing certain definitions; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 427—Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 1, 2013

1636

340

AN ACT relating to education; revising provisions governing applications for authorization to sponsor charter schools by the board of trustees of a school district or a college or university within the Nevada System of Higher Education; removing certain duties of the Department of Education related to the review of applications to form charter schools; requiring the Department to adopt regulations for the comprehensive review of the sponsors of charter schools approved by the Department and for the revocation of the authorization to sponsor charter schools; revising provisions governing the duties of the governing body of a charter school; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 443—Committee on Education. Approved June 1, 2013

1661

341

AN ACT relating to education; authorizing the three Nevada State Commissioners who are appointed to the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education to enter into reciprocity agreements for the purpose of authorizing certain postsecondary educational institutions to provide distance education to residents of this State; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 446—Committee on Education. Approved June 1, 2013

1671

342

AN ACT relating to education; revising provisions governing the Office of Parental Involvement and Family Engagement; revising provisions governing the budgets of the regional training programs for the professional development of teachers and administrators; authorizing certain unlicensed personnel to monitor a computer laboratory without the direct supervision of licensed personnel; revising provisions governing the membership and duties of the Statewide Council for the Coordination of the Regional Training Programs; requiring a regional training program to provide certain training related to performance evaluations for administrators, teachers and other licensed educational personnel; revising provisions relating to the annual reporting requirement for the governing body of a regional training program; making various changes relating to attendance officers; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 447—Committee on Education. Approved June 1, 2013

1672

343

AN ACT relating to the State Judicial Department; providing for the implementation of an intermediate appellate court; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 463—Committee on Finance. Approved June 1, 2013

1703

344

AN ACT relating to programs of nutrition; transferring authority over programs of nutrition from the Department of Education to the Director of the State Department of Agriculture; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 466—Committee on Finance. Approved June 1, 2013

1797

345

AN ACT relating to governmental administration; transferring the State Dairy Commission from the Department of Business and Industry to the State Department of Agriculture; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 469—Committee on Finance. Approved June 1, 2013

1800

346

AN ACT relating to offenders; requiring the Director of the Department of Corrections to provide certain information to the Committee on Industrial Programs; requiring private employers who enter into contracts for the employment of offenders to comply with certain requirements; revising the membership of the Committee; revising the duties of the Committee; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 478—Committee on Finance. Approved June 1, 2013

1802

347

AN ACT relating to telecommunication services; revising provisions relating to telecommunications; requiring the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada to establish certain procedures for contracting with an independent administrator for purposes relating to certain telephone services; authorizing certain telecommunication providers to access, under certain circumstances, certain databases created and maintained by the Department of Health and Human Services for purposes relating to certain telephone services; authorizing an independent administrator to access, under certain circumstances, such databases and databases of other state agencies for purposes relating to certain telephone services; repealing certain provisions relating to telecommunication providers; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 498—Committee on Commerce, Labor and Energy. Approved June 1, 2013

1807

348

AN ACT relating to the Nevada State Funeral Board; revising the name of the Board and provisions governing the powers, duties and membership of the Board; requiring the Board to submit certain reports to the Sunset Subcommittee of the Legislative Commission; requiring the expiration of the term of any member of the Board serving on October 1, 2013; requiring the termination of the employment of any employee of the Board employed on October 1, 2013; requiring the Board to maintain a principal office in this State; establishing a regulatory fee per written and signed agreement for funeral services to be furnished in this State; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 494—Committee on Commerce and Labor. Approved June 1, 2013

1810

349

AN ACT relating to the City of Reno; making various changes to the provisions of the Charter of the City of Reno relating to the Mayor, Assistant Mayor, City Council, City Manager and Civil Service Commission; providing for the creation and duties of a Charter Committee; authorizing the City Council to establish additional appointive positions for officers and employees of the City; repealing certain provisions relating to employment in the Civil Service System and authorizing the Civil Service Commission to provide for such matters by rule; making various other changes to the Charter; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 9—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 2, 2013

1813

350

AN ACT relating to motor vehicles; revising provisions concerning temporary permits to act as a salesperson; allowing the Department of Motor Vehicles to reinstate the registration of a dormant vehicle or remove the suspension of that registration under certain circumstances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 14—Committee on Transportation. Approved June 2, 2013

1838

351

AN ACT relating to transportation; authorizing the Department of Transportation, under certain circumstances, to relinquish a state highway to a county or city and authorizing a county or city, under certain circumstances, to relinquish a local road to the Department; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 18—Committee on Transportation. Approved June 2, 2013

1843

352

AN ACT relating to sentencing; revising certain provisions relating to eligibility for a program of regimental discipline; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 91—Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 2, 2013

1845

353

AN ACT relating to the Virgin Valley Water District; requiring each member of the Board of the District to be elected; setting forth the terms of service of the members of the Board; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 131—Assemblymen Hardy, Ellison; Paul Anderson, Fiore, Grady, Hambrick, Hickey, Kirkpatrick, Kirner, Livermore, Oscarson, Stewart and Wheeler. Joint Sponsors: Senators Hardy; Cegavske, Goicoechea, Hammond and Settelmeyer. Approved June 2, 2013

1848

354

AN ACT relating to crimes; establishing the crime of involuntary servitude of a minor; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 146—Assemblymen Horne and Frierson. Joint Sponsors: Senators Atkinson; and Ford. Approved June 2, 2013

1851

355

AN ACT relating to the control of emissions from engines; exempting a consignee who sells a motor vehicle at a consignment auction from the requirement to cause the inspection of the emissions of the motor vehicle or to obtain evidence of pollution-control compliance of the motor vehicle if the consignee meets certain conditions; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 176—Assemblymen Carrillo, Eisen; Hansen and Munford. Approved June 2, 2013

1859

356

AN ACT relating to animals; prohibiting the sale or transfer of ownership of a live animal at a swap meet under certain circumstances; providing exceptions; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 246—Committee on Natural Resources, Agriculture, and Mining. Approved June 2, 2013

1862

357

AN ACT relating to livestock; revising provisions relating to the management, control, placement and disposition of estrays and feral livestock; increasing the penalty for certain crimes relating to estrays and feral livestock; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 264—Assemblymen Grady, Wheeler; Ellison, Kirner and Livermore. Joint Sponsors: Senators Goicoechea and Settelmeyer. Approved June 2, 2013

1864

358

AN ACT relating to emergency medical services; requiring a host organization of a special event to provide emergency medical personnel and emergency medical services at the site of the special event under certain circumstances; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 286—Assemblywoman Flores. Approved June 2, 2013

1868

359

AN ACT relating to the Charter of Carson City; revising provisions of the Charter relating to the Charter Committee; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 312—Assemblymen Livermore, Hickey, Hambrick; Paul Anderson, Bustamante Adams, Fiore, Grady, Hardy, Healey, Kirner, Munford, Oscarson, Stewart and Wheeler. Joint Sponsor: Senator Atkinson. Approved June 2, 2013

1872

360

AN ACT relating to local governments; authorizing boards of county commissioners to abate public nuisances involving litter, garbage, abandoned or junk vehicles and junk appliances; authorizing certain local governments to abate public nuisances and conditions involving abandoned or junk vehicles by requesting the operator of a tow car to abate the public nuisance or condition; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 363—Assemblyman Carrillo. Approved June 2, 2013

1875

361

AN ACT relating to education; establishing a pilot program in the Clark County School District and the Washoe County School District for the administration of mental health screenings to pupils enrolled in selected secondary schools within each school district; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 386—Assemblymen Woodbury, Ohrenschall; and Stewart. Approved June 2, 2013

1881

362

AN ACT relating to offenders; requiring an autopsy upon the death of an offender under certain circumstances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 422—Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 2, 2013

1883

363

AN ACT relating to public bodies; requiring that notices of public meetings by public bodies be posted on the official website of the State; requiring the Department of Administration to establish a clear and conspicuous location on the official website of the State for such postings; requiring the Department to establish a directory of public bodies and to include the directory on the official website of the State in a clear and conspicuous location; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 445—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 2, 2013

1884

364

AN ACT relating to motor vehicles; exempting certain fleet vehicles from the Department of Motor Vehicles insurance verification system; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 453—Committee on Transportation. Approved June 2, 2013

1888

365

AN ACT relating to education; requiring the Department of Education to obtain the approval necessary from the United States Department of Education to ensure that the statewide system of accountability for public schools complies with all requirements necessary to receive federal funding under the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965; prescribing certain requirements for a uniform statewide system of accountability for public schools; revising provisions governing the annual reports of accountability for public schools; repealing provisions relating to adequate yearly progress and the designation of public schools and school districts based upon an annual determination of whether the public schools and school districts have made adequate yearly progress; repealing provisions governing the consequences and sanctions for public schools and school districts designated as needing improvement; repealing provisions governing the creation and duties of school support teams for certain public schools designated as needing improvement; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 460—Committee on Education. Approved June 2, 2013

1891

366

AN ACT relating to governmental administration; requiring the Division of State Library and Archives of the Department of Administration to provide digital imaging services to any local government; providing that money received by the Division for such services does not revert to the State General Fund at the end of any fiscal year; requiring the Division to use such money for certain purposes; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 481—Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 2, 2013

1940

367

AN ACT relating to unemployment compensation; creating the Interest Repayment Fund for the payment of interest accruing and payable on advances received by this State from the Federal Government relating to unemployment benefits; requiring the Administrator of the Employment Security Division of the Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation to establish an assessment to be imposed on certain employers; requiring certain employers to pay a proportionate share of such an assessment; requiring any money received from such employers to be deposited into the Fund; providing for the termination of the Fund in certain circumstances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 482—Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 2, 2013

1941

368

AN ACT relating to telecommunication providers; authorizing certain telecommunication providers to apply to the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada for relief from the obligations and status of a provider of last resort; revising certain provisions relating to the regulation of Internet Protocol-enabled service or Voice over Internet Protocol service; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 486—Committee on Commerce and Labor. Approved June 2, 2013

1943

369

AN ACT relating to employment; establishing provisions for the collection of money owed to the Employment Security Division of the Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation; revising provisions concerning unemployment compensation fraud; providing for the transfer of an employer’s liabilities to the Division upon the transfer of the employer’s trade or business; prohibiting the relief of an employer’s record for experience rating of charges for benefits under certain circumstances; assigning liability for the payment of money owed to the Division upon the transfer of certain assets; providing penalties; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 36—Committee on Commerce, Labor and Energy. Approved June 2, 2013

1961

370

AN ACT relating to automotive repairs; authorizing a body shop to impose certain charges for storage of a motor vehicle; requiring that body shops include rates for storage of vehicles in written estimates; requiring that body shops notify certain registered owners of a motor vehicle of charges for storage; revising provisions governing information that body shops are required to submit to the Department of Motor Vehicles; requiring that body shops and garage operators inform certain persons as to the forms of payment which the shop or garage accepts; providing penalties; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 170—Committee on Commerce, Labor and Energy. Approved June 2, 2013

1974

371

AN ACT relating to police officers; revising the definition of “police officer” to include court bailiffs and deputy marshals in district courts and justice courts primarily for purposes of certain provisions relating to occupational diseases; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 208—Senator Kihuen. Approved June 2, 2013

1982

372

AN ACT relating to county roads; revising provisions relating to the manner of performing work for the construction and repair of roads and bridges in smaller counties; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 217—Senator Manendo (by request). Approved June 2, 2013

1983

373

AN ACT relating to driving under the influence; providing for the imposition and collection of a fee for the provision of specialty court programs following a conviction for a misdemeanor offense of driving a vehicle under the influence; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 224—Senators Cegavske; Hardy and Manendo. Joint Sponsor: Assemblywoman Dondero Loop. Approved June 2, 2013

1985

374

AN ACT relating to motor vehicles; authorizing a person who has been honorably discharged from the Armed Forces of the United States to obtain a designation on his or her instruction permit, driver’s license or identification card indicating that he or she is a veteran; requiring the Department of Motor Vehicles, on a monthly basis, to submit to the Office of Veterans Services a list of persons who have declared that they are veterans of the Armed Forces; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 244—Senators Brower, Spearman, Hardy; Gustavson, Manendo, Parks, Roberson and Settelmeyer. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Kirner, Elliot Anderson, Ellison; Bustamante Adams, Duncan, Hambrick, Hardy, Healey, Hogan, Horne, Livermore, Martin, Stewart and Wheeler. Approved June 2, 2013

1992

375

AN ACT relating to insurance; prohibiting certain policies of health insurance and health care plans from making monetary limits of coverage for certain orally administered chemotherapy less favorable to the insured than other forms of chemotherapy; limiting the total combined amount of any copayment, deductible or coinsurance for chemotherapy administered orally; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 266—Senators Denis, Hardy, Smith, Atkinson, Segerblom; Ford, Goicoechea, Hammond, Hutchison, Jones, Kihuen, Manendo, Parks, Roberson, Spearman and Woodhouse. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Fiore, Diaz, Eisen, Bobzien, Hambrick; Aizley, Elliot Anderson, Paul Anderson, Benitez-Thompson, Carlton, Carrillo, Daly, Dondero Loop, Ellison, Flores, Frierson, Grady, Hogan, Horne, Kirkpatrick, Livermore, Martin, Munford, Neal, Ohrenschall, Oscarson, Pierce, Spiegel, Sprinkle, Stewart and Wheeler. Approved June 2, 2013

1996

376

AN ACT relating to taxicabs; requiring taxicab motor carriers in certain counties to maintain and provide to the Nevada Transportation Authority and other taxicab motor carriers information concerning the results of certain tests for the presence of alcohol or a controlled substance under certain circumstances; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 302—Senator Brower (by request). Joint Sponsor: Assemblyman Hickey. Approved June 2, 2013

2004

377

AN ACT relating to autonomous vehicles; requiring an autonomous vehicle that is being tested on a highway within this State to meet certain conditions relating to a human operator; prohibiting an autonomous vehicle from being registered in this State, or tested or operated on a highway within this State, unless it meets certain conditions; providing that the manufacturer of a motor vehicle that has been converted to be an autonomous vehicle by a third party is immune from liability for certain injuries in certain circumstances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 313—Senator Denis. Approved June 2, 2013

2008

378

AN ACT relating to health care professions; revising provisions to authorize the performance of certain acts in this State by certain health care professionals without regard to whether the professionals are physically located in this State; requiring certain persons to maintain electronic mail addresses with the Board of Medical Examiners; revising provisions governing the issuance of certain licenses to certain graduates of foreign medical schools; requiring the Board to adopt certain regulations regarding physician assistants; authorizing the Board to make service of process by electronic mail under certain circumstances; revising provisions governing the practice of telemedicine by an osteopathic physician; prohibiting the State Board of Pharmacy from conditioning, limiting, restricting or denying the issuance of a certificate, license, registration, permit or authorization based on certain grounds; revising provisions relating to telepharmacies, remote sites and satellite consultation sites; revising provisions relating to the procedure for filling certain prescriptions; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 327—Senators Jones, Segerblom and Kieckhefer (by request). Approved June 2, 2013

2010

379

AN ACT relating to education; eliminating various mandates relating to schools; revising provisions relating to the reporting of incidences of bullying, cyber-bullying, harassment and intimidation occurring at public schools; revising provisions governing the examinations of the height and weight of pupils enrolled in public schools; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 442—Committee on Education. Approved June 2, 2013

2023

380

AN ACT relating to tow cars; authorizing certain insurance companies to designate vehicle storage lots; requiring operators of tow cars to tow certain vehicles to designated vehicle storage lots under certain circumstances; revising certain provisions relating to operators of tow cars; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 456—Committee on Transportation. Approved June 2, 2013

2043

381

AN ACT relating to mammography; requiring a statement of the density of the patient’s breasts and a notice prescribed by the State Board of Health regarding breast density to be included in a report provided to a patient; authorizing an administrative fine for failure to comply with such requirements; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 147—Assemblymen Ohrenschall, Pierce, Kirkpatrick, Dondero Loop, Kirner; Aizley, Elliot Anderson, Benitez-Thompson, Bobzien, Bustamante Adams, Carlton, Carrillo, Cohen, Daly, Diaz, Fiore, Frierson, Hambrick, Healey, Hickey, Horne, Martin, Munford, Neal, Spiegel and Swank. Joint Sponsors: Senators Segerblom, Denis, Manendo, Jones, Spearman; Ford, Kihuen and Woodhouse. Approved June 3, 2013

2051

382

AN ACT relating to education; ensuring sufficient funding for K-12 public education for the 2013-2015 biennium; apportioning the State Distributive School Account in the State General Fund for the 2013-2015 biennium; authorizing certain expenditures; making appropriations for purposes relating to basic support, class-size reduction and other educational purposes; temporarily diverting the money from the State Supplemental School Support Account to the State Distributive School Account for use in funding operating costs and other expenditures of school districts; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 522—Committee on Finance. Approved June 3, 2013

2053

383

AN ACT relating to the advanced practice of nursing; replacing the term “advanced practitioner of nursing” with “advanced practice registered nurse”; making various other changes to provisions relating to the advanced practice of nursing; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 170—Assemblywoman Carlton. Approved June 3, 2013

2070

384

AN ACT relating to criminal procedure; requiring a district court, in certain circumstances, to consider the facts and circumstances surrounding an offense committed by an offender who is a veteran or member of the military to determine eligibility for an appropriate program of treatment established by the district court; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 84—Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 3, 2013

2093

385

AN ACT relating to correctional institutions; prohibiting the possession of portable telecommunications devices by certain prisoners; authorizing persons convicted of possessing portable telecommunications devices to request a modification of sentence under certain circumstances; providing penalties; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 212—Assemblymen Hansen, Hambrick; Paul Anderson, Ellison, Grady, Kirner, Livermore, Stewart and Wheeler. Joint Sponsor: Senator Gustavson. Approved June 3, 2013

2094

386

AN ACT relating to business brokers; revising the definition of the term “business broker”; limiting the application of the term to the performance of certain acts; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 225—Assemblymen Stewart; Grady, Hardy and Hickey. Approved June 3, 2013

2097

387

AN ACT relating to crimes; revising the provisions governing the crime of sexual conduct between certain school employees or volunteers at a school and a pupil; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 377—Assemblymen Dondero Loop, Frierson; Aizley, Carrillo, Diaz, Eisen and Spiegel. Joint Sponsor: Senator Woodhouse. Approved June 3, 2013

2098

388

AN ACT relating to state administration; renaming the Records and Technology Division of the Department of Public Safety as the General Services Division; expanding the duties of the renamed Division; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 465—Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 3, 2013

2099

389

AN ACT relating to gaming; revising various definitions relating to gaming; revising provisions relating to the registration of persons who hold an ownership interest in certain business entities which hold a gaming license; revising provisions relating to the inspection of games, gaming devices, associated equipment, cashless wagering systems, inter-casino linked systems, mobile gaming systems and interactive gaming systems; revising provisions relating to the regulation of independent testing laboratories; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 9—Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 3, 2013

2104

390

AN ACT relating to cruelty to animals; increasing the penalties for certain offenses related to the use of an animal or a bird for baiting or fighting; prohibiting a person from manufacturing, owning or possessing a gaff, spur or other sharp implement designed for attachment to a cock or other bird with the intent that it be used in fighting another cock or other bird under certain circumstances; providing penalties; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 83—Committee on Natural Resources. Approved June 3, 2013

2111

391

AN ACT relating to public health; requiring that infants born in certain institutions be examined for critical congenital heart disease; providing an exception for written parental objection; requiring certain hospitals to submit certain information to the Health Division of the Department of Health and Human Services; authorizing the Division to provide this information to an entity to conduct a study of the effectiveness of pulse oximetry screening; requiring the Division to submit a report under certain circumstances to the Director of the Legislative Counsel Bureau for submittal to the Legislative Committee on Health Care and the Legislative Commission; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 92—Committee on Health and Human Services. Approved June 3, 2013

2114

392

AN ACT relating to local governments; revising provisions governing contracting by school districts; revising provisions governing performance contracts for operating cost-savings measures; requiring the Office of Energy to provide local governments with information and educational resources relating to such performance contracts; authorizing the Office of Energy to provide local governments with support relating to operating cost-savings measures under certain circumstances; authorizing the Office of Energy to charge and collect fees relating to such support; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 142—Senators Jones, Atkinson, Segerblom, Hammond, Spearman; Denis, Ford, Hardy, Hutchison, Kieckhefer, Kihuen, Manendo, Parks, Settelmeyer and Woodhouse. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Elliot Anderson, Bobzien, Aizley; Daly, Ellison, Fiore, Hardy, Kirkpatrick and Ohrenschall. Approved June 3, 2013

2117

393

AN ACT relating to education; revising provisions relating to the reporting of incidents of bullying, cyber-bullying, harassment and intimidation by the State Board of Education and the board of trustees of each school district in their respective annual reports of accountability; requiring each public school to disseminate information annually on bullying; revising the definition of “bullying”; revising provisions governing training in the prevention, identification and reporting of bullying and similar conduct; requiring training for administrators in preventing and responding to violence and suicide associated with bullying; requiring notice to the parent or guardian of any pupil allegedly involved in a reported incident of bullying or similar conduct; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 164—Senators Parks, Spearman, Woodhouse, Kihuen, Segerblom; Atkinson, Denis, Ford, Jones, Manendo, Roberson, Settelmeyer and Smith. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Healey, Elliot Anderson, Bobzien, Spiegel, Aizley; Bustamante Adams and Horne. Approved June 3, 2013

2121

394

AN ACT relating to motor vehicles; requiring that certain devices be installed in vehicles that are designed to display certain advertisements while moving over the highways of this State; providing certain requirements concerning the equipment used to display such advertisements; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 262—Senators Cegavske and Manendo. Approved June 3, 2013

2141

395

AN ACT relating to health care facilities; requiring certain health care facilities to establish policies pursuant to which a licensed nurse or certified nursing assistant may refuse or object to a work assignment; requiring the staffing committees of certain hospitals to develop such policies for the hospitals; requiring certain hospitals to include certified nursing assistants in the membership of the staffing committees of the hospitals; requiring certain health care facilities to include certain staffing requirements and protocols within the documented staffing plans of the health care facilities; requiring certain health care facilities to ensure that the health care facility is staffed in accordance with its documented staffing plan; providing administrative penalties; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 362—Senators Spearman and Segerblom. Approved June 3, 2013

2142

396

AN ACT relating to gaming; providing certain restrictions governing restricted licenses to operate gaming; revising provisions governing the operation of race books or sports pools; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 416—Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 3, 2013

2152

397

AN ACT relating to tow cars; requiring operators of tow cars to accept certain forms of payment; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 428—Committee on Transportation. Approved June 3, 2013

2157

398

AN ACT relating to taxicabs; revising provisions relating to the authority of the Taxicab Authority to regulate the color scheme, insigne and design of the cruising lights of certain taxicabs; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 429—Committee on Transportation. Approved June 3, 2013

2164

399

AN ACT relating to resources; creating the Nevada State Parks and Cultural Resources Endowment Fund; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 436—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 3, 2013

2165

400

AN ACT relating to real property; revising provisions governing loans secured by a lien on real property in which investors hold the beneficial interests; revising provisions governing the reconveyance of a deed of trust; revising provisions relating to bona fide purchasers and encumbrancers of real property; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 493—Committee on Commerce, Labor and Energy. Approved June 3, 2013

2166

401

AN ACT relating to cruelty to animals; prohibiting a person from intentionally engaging in horse tripping for sport, entertainment, competition or practice or from knowingly organizing, sponsoring, promoting, overseeing or receiving money for the admission of any person to a charreada or rodeo that includes horse tripping; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 72—Senator Manendo. Approved June 3, 2013

2173

402

AN ACT relating to motor carriers; requiring persons who wish to be employed as drivers for certain motor carriers to obtain a driver’s permit issued by the Nevada Transportation Authority; imposing a fee for such a permit; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 210—Senator Cegavske. Approved June 3, 2013

2177

403

AN ACT relating to real property; revising provisions governing the foreclosure of owner-occupied property securing a residential mortgage loan; providing civil remedies for failure to comply with certain provisions governing the foreclosure of owner-occupied property securing a residential mortgage loan; authorizing a mortgagor in a judicial foreclosure action to elect mediation; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 321—Senators Jones, Denis, Smith, Segerblom, Ford; Brower, Hammond, Hutchison and Kihuen. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Healey, Kirkpatrick and Frierson. Approved June 3, 2013

2183

404

AN ACT relating to courts; authorizing a board of county commissioners to impose by ordinance a filing fee relating to actions and proceedings in the justice court to offset the costs of operating a law library established in the county; requiring the county treasurer to deposit the filing fees received into a special account to be used to support the operation of such a law library; revising certain fees in the justice court; requiring the county treasurer to deposit a portion of such fees received from justice courts into a special account to be used for certain purposes; requiring the county treasurer to reduce annually the amount deposited into the special account in certain circumstances; requiring each justice court that collects fees to submit an annual report to the board of county commissioners; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 54—Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 3, 2013

2203

405

AN ACT relating to contractors; requiring the State Contractors’ Board to notify a licensed contractor against whom a judgment has been obtained for failure to pay contributions to the Unemployment Compensation Fund or who is not in compliance with certain provisions governing industrial insurance and insurance for occupational diseases; requiring the Board to suspend or revoke the license of a contractor who fails to demonstrate that such a judgment has been satisfied or that he or she is in compliance with such provisions; restricting the actions of a contractor whose license has been suspended for failure to satisfy such a judgment or to demonstrate compliance with such provisions; requiring the Board to further suspend or revoke the license of a contractor who engages in prohibited activity; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 86—Assemblymen Daly, Carrillo; Elliot Anderson, Benitez-Thompson, Bobzien, Cohen, Hansen, Healey and Sprinkle. Joint Sponsor: Senator Smith. Approved June 3, 2013

2207

406

AN ACT relating to professional licensing boards; revising provisions relating to the disclosure of certain information by certain licensing boards; requiring the Board of Medical Examiners to adopt regulations governing the possession and administration of botulinum toxin, commonly known as Botox; revising provisions relating to the reporting of certain information by certain licensing boards to law enforcement agencies; requiring, to the extent feasible, certain licensing boards to communicate or cooperate with or provide documents or other information to another licensing board or agency or a law enforcement agency that is investigating a person; providing for the filing of anonymous complaints with certain licensing boards; authorizing members and agents of certain licensing boards to enter certain premises to enforce provisions governing professions regulated by the respective boards; revising provisions relating to schools of cosmetology; providing for the forfeiture of certain personal property used in the commission of the unlicensed practice of certain professions; providing penalties; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 220—Committee on Commerce, Labor and Energy. Approved June 3, 2013

2213

407

AN ACT relating to tanning establishments; prohibiting an owner or operator of a tanning establishment from allowing a person who is less than 18 years of age to use the tanning equipment of the establishment; requiring an owner or operator of a tanning establishment to post certain warning signs concerning the use of tanning equipment; authorizing certain persons to bring an action against an owner or operator of a tanning establishment under certain circumstances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 267—Senators Woodhouse, Spearman, Parks; Ford and Segerblom. Approved June 3, 2013

2250

408

AN ACT relating to parentage; providing that the right of a parent to make decisions regarding the care, custody and management of his or her child is a fundamental right; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 314—Senator Denis. Approved June 5, 2013

2253

409

AN ACT relating to public health; creating the Task Force on Alzheimer’s Disease within the Department of Health and Human Services; providing for its membership; setting forth the powers and duties of the Task Force; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 80—Committee on Health and Human Services. Approved June 5, 2013

2254

410

AN ACT relating to health care; providing for the establishment of the HIV/AIDS Drug Donation Program; requiring the State Board of Pharmacy to adopt regulations to carry out the Program; providing immunity from liability to certain persons who participate in the Program; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 362—Assemblymen Stewart; Hickey and Munford. Approved June 5, 2013

2256

411

AN ACT relating to education; requiring instruction in the administration of cardiopulmonary resuscitation and the use of an automated external defibrillator to be included, to the extent money is available for this purpose, within the course of study for health for pupils enrolled in middle schools, junior high schools or high schools; providing exceptions for certain pupils; requiring private secondary schools to include similar instruction, to the extent money is available for this purpose, in a course of study for health; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 414—Committee on Education. Approved June 5, 2013

2260

412

AN ACT relating to the Public Employees’ Benefits Program; revising provisions governing the Program; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 419—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 5, 2013

2263

413

AN ACT relating to public welfare; providing for the inclusion in the State Plan for Medicaid of emergency care, including dialysis, for patients with kidney failure; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 1—Committee on Health and Human Services. Approved June 6, 2013

2265

414

AN ACT relating to public records; revising provisions governing requests for books and records of certain agencies of the Executive Department of the State Government; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 31—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 6, 2013

2266

415

AN ACT relating to local government finance; revising the termination date of certain redevelopment plans; requiring certain redevelopment agencies to make available to the public certain reports concerning proposed redevelopment projects; requiring certain redevelopment agencies to include additional information in certain annual reports; revising provisions governing the set aside and use of certain revenues from taxes imposed on property in a redevelopment area; eliminating the prohibition on certain local governments creating a tourism improvement district that includes any property within the boundaries of a redevelopment area; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 50—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 6, 2013

2271

416

AN ACT relating to health care; authorizing a provider of health care who is licensed or certified in this State or in another state or territory of the United States to provide voluntary health care service in this State in association with a sponsoring organization; establishing certain restrictions on the provision of voluntary health care service by a provider of health care; requiring a sponsoring organization to register and file certain reports with the Health Division of the Department of Health and Human Services; requiring each such provider of health care to report certain information to the Health Division and to submit a complete set of fingerprints to the Health Division under certain circumstances; requiring each such provider of health care to obtain or otherwise carry a policy of professional liability insurance which includes certain coverage relating to the provision of voluntary health care service; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 228—Assemblymen Grady, Hardy, Hambrick, Hickey, Kirner; Aizley, Elliot Anderson, Paul Anderson, Bustamante Adams, Diaz, Duncan, Eisen, Ellison, Fiore, Frierson, Hansen, Healey, Horne, Kirkpatrick, Livermore, Ohrenschall, Oscarson, Pierce, Sprinkle, Stewart, Wheeler and Woodbury. Joint Sponsors: Senators Hardy, Goicoechea, Gustavson; Denis, Hammond, Parks and Settelmeyer. Approved June 6, 2013

2279

417

AN ACT relating to public health; enacting provisions to authorize the use of Physician Orders for Life-Sustaining Treatment in this State; allowing the deposit of any Physician Order for Life-Sustaining Treatment form (POLST form) or other advance directive in the statewide health information exchange system and the Registry of Advance Directives for Health Care; providing penalties; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 344—Assemblymen Bobzien, Eisen, Sprinkle, Stewart, Dondero Loop; Benitez-Thompson, Carlton, Daly, Diaz, Fiore, Flores, Frierson, Hardy, Hickey, Horne, Kirkpatrick, Livermore, Martin, Munford, Neal, Oscarson, Pierce and Swank. Joint Sponsors: Senators Segerblom, Parks; Atkinson, Manendo, Settelmeyer and Woodhouse. Approved June 6, 2013

2283

418

AN ACT relating to real property; revising provisions governing the mediation and arbitration of certain claims involving certain residential property; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 370—Assemblyman Ohrenschall. Approved June 6, 2013

2294

419

AN ACT relating to business impact statements; revising provisions governing the small business impact statements prepared by state agencies when proposing regulations; requiring a copy of those statements to be submitted to the Legislative Commission; authorizing the Legislative Commission to reject a regulation if the statement is not prepared properly; revising provisions governing the business impact statement prepared by the governing body of a local government when proposing a rule; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 408—Assemblywoman Neal. Approved June 6, 2013

2304

420

AN ACT relating to public utilities; requiring the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada to adopt regulations specifying certain information which the Commission will consider in reviewing certain requests included in applications and plans submitted to the Commission by a public utility which furnishes, for compensation, any water for municipal, industrial or domestic purposes, or services for the disposal of sewage, or both; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 436—Committee on Commerce and Labor. Approved June 6, 2013

2311

421

AN ACT relating to the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency; requiring the Agency periodically to submit certain financial information to the Executive and Legislative Departments of the State Government; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 480—Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 6, 2013

2313

422

AN ACT relating to juveniles; establishing a maximum period of time for which a juvenile court may order certain adults to be placed in county jail for a violation of juvenile probation or parole; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 207—Assemblyman Ohrenschall. Approved June 6, 2013

2316

423

AN ACT relating to renewable energy; revising provisions which specify the renewable energy systems which qualify as portfolio energy systems; revising provisions relating to the implementation of energy efficiency measures by a provider of electric service for the purpose of complying with the renewable portfolio standard; revising provisions relating to the carrying forward to subsequent calendar years of the excess kilowatt-hours of electricity that a provider generates or acquires from portfolio energy systems; requiring the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada to open an investigatory docket to study, examine and review the process for the sale of portfolio energy credits; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 252—Committee on Commerce, Labor and Energy. Approved June 6, 2013

2317

424

AN ACT relating to land use planning; contingently amending and repealing certain provisions of the Tahoe Regional Planning Compact and provisions providing for the withdrawal of the State of Nevada from the Tahoe Regional Planning Compact under certain circumstances and various matters relating to that withdrawal; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 229—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 6, 2013

2324

425

AN ACT relating to elections; providing that a person who is not a qualified elector and who votes or attempts to vote knowing that fact, or a person who votes or attempts to vote using the name of another person, is guilty of a category D felony; revising certain nomination procedures; requiring county clerks to certify certain lists of candidates and nominees to the Secretary of State; extending the period in which a person may register to vote by computer; making various other changes relating to the administration and conduct of an election; expanding the definition of “campaign expenses”; amending reporting requirements relating to special elections; requiring persons and entities which make expenditures against candidates to report contributions and expenditures; eliminating a requirement that the Secretary of State obtain certain advice and consent of the Legislative Commission; making various other changes relating to campaign finance; providing penalties; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 48—Committee on Legislative Operations and Elections. Approved June 6, 2013

2369

426

AN ACT relating to crimes; authorizing victims of human trafficking to bring a civil action; amending various provisions concerning the investigation and prosecution of sex trafficking, involuntary servitude and trafficking in persons; amending various provisions concerning the crimes of pandering, sex trafficking, involuntary servitude and trafficking in persons; revising various provisions governing the penalties for pandering, sex trafficking, involuntary servitude and trafficking in persons; requiring a person convicted of sex trafficking to register as a sex offender; amending various provisions relating to victims of sex trafficking; revising provisions relating to the powers and duties of the Advocate for Missing or Exploited Children; providing penalties; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 67—Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 6, 2013

2415

427

AN ACT relating to victims of crime; creating the Contingency Account for Victims of Human Trafficking in the State General Fund; authorizing the Director of the Department of Health and Human Services to allocate money from the Account to nonprofit corporations and agencies and political subdivisions of this State for the purposes of establishing or providing programs and services to victims of human trafficking; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 311—Assemblymen Sprinkle, Hambrick, Horne, Frierson, Bobzien; Dondero Loop, Duncan, Kirkpatrick and Oscarson. Approved June 6, 2013

2440

428

AN ACT relating to education; requiring the principal of a public school or a designee of the principal to provide certain pupils with a written statement verifying that the pupil has complied with certain attendance requirements; authorizing a school police officer or certain other persons to impose administrative sanctions against a pupil who is a habitual truant; revising the actions the principal of a school and an advisory board to review school attendance may implement for a pupil who is declared a habitual truant; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 269—Senators Ford, Atkinson, Woodhouse, Kihuen, Cegavske; Jones, Manendo and Spearman. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Frierson, Healey and Spiegel. Approved June 6, 2013

2442

429

AN ACT relating to livestock; increasing the minimum and maximum rates at which an owner of livestock must pay for certain annual special taxes imposed on livestock; authorizing the State Department of Agriculture to assess the special tax within a certain period after the date on which the taxes were due; increasing the amount of the penalty for failure to pay the special tax; revising the circumstances under which the Department may waive the penalty or any interest owed for failure to pay the special tax; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 465—Committee on Finance. Approved June 7, 2013

2469

430

AN ACT relating to governmental administration; renaming the Division of Measurement Standards within the State Department of Agriculture as the Division of Consumer Equitability; renaming the State Sealer of Weights and Measures as the State Sealer of Consumer Equitability; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 464—Committee on Finance. Approved June 7, 2013

2471

431

AN ACT relating to education; extending the prospective expiration of the temporary waiver from certain requirements governing expenditures for textbooks, instructional supplies, instructional software and instructional hardware by school districts, charter schools and university schools for profoundly gifted pupils; extending the prospective expiration of the temporary waiver from certain requirements governing expenditures for library books, software for computers, the purchase of equipment relating to instruction and the maintenance and repair of equipment, vehicles, and buildings and facilities by school districts; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 481—Committee on Finance. Approved June 7, 2013

2492

432

AN ACT relating to governmental administration; transferring authority for the Supplemental Food Program from the Administrator of the Purchasing Division of the Department of Administration to the Director of the State Department of Agriculture; abolishing the account used by the Administrator to administer that Program; creating a new account for the use of the Director to administer the Program; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 490—Committee on Finance. Approved June 7, 2013

2494

433

AN ACT relating to veterans; making the Office of Veterans Services the Department of Veterans Services; creating the Interagency Council on Veterans Affairs; revising provisions relating to donations for veterans homes; requiring the Division of State Parks of the State Department of Conservation and Natural Resources to issue annual permits for the free use of state parks and other recreational areas to certain veterans; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 58—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 7, 2013

2496

434

AN ACT relating to the Department of Motor Vehicles; requiring certain sellers, lessors, dealers and rebuilders of vehicles to transmit certain information to the Department in an electronic format; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 454—Committee on Transportation. Approved June 7, 2013

2522

435

AN ACT relating to motorcycles; increasing the maximum amount of the fee that the Director of the Department of Public Safety is required to establish for the Program for the Education of Motorcycle Riders; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 472—Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 7, 2013

2527

436

AN ACT relating to license plates; authorizing the Department of Motor Vehicles to charge an additional fee to defray the cost of producing license plates; creating the License Plate Production Account in the State Highway Fund; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 473—Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 7, 2013

2528

437

AN ACT relating to common-interest communities; prohibiting certain persons within a common-interest community from committing certain acts against another person within that same common-interest community; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 395—Assemblymen Fiore, Ellison; Aizley, Paul Anderson, Bobzien, Duncan, Hambrick, Healey, Hickey, Kirner, Livermore, Martin, Ohrenschall, Stewart, Wheeler and Woodbury. Joint Sponsor: Senator Gustavson. Approved June 7, 2013

2529

438

AN ACT relating to motor carriers; requiring taxicab motor carriers in certain counties to charge, collect and remit a technology fee to the Nevada Transportation Authority; requiring operators of limousines to charge, collect and remit the technology fee to the Nevada Transportation Authority under certain circumstances; imposing a technology fee on taxicab trips in counties under the jurisdiction of the Taxicab Authority; prescribing the use of the technology fees for certain purposes; authorizing the implementation and use of a computerized real-time data system for certain purposes; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 430—Committee on Transportation. Approved June 7, 2013

2531

439

AN ACT relating to motor vehicles; providing for the limited issuance of special license plates to commemorate the 150th anniversary of Nevada’s admission into the Union; imposing a fee for the issuance or renewal of such license plates; revising provisions relating to the number of characters required to be contained on a license plate; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 24—Committee on Transportation. Approved June 7, 2013

2544

440

AN ACT relating to alcoholic beverages; providing for the licensing and operation of craft distilleries in this State; setting forth the conditions under which spirits manufactured at such craft distilleries may be sold; removing the limitation on the number of barrels of malt beverages that an operator of one or more brew pubs may manufacture in any calendar year; requiring certain notice to be provided for bulk sales of liquor; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 153—Assemblymen Hardy, Hambrick; Ellison, Fiore, Grady, Livermore and Wheeler. Approved June 10, 2013

2560

441

AN ACT relating to the tax on special fuel; authorizing the Department of Motor Vehicles to establish by regulation and collect a fee from certain licensed special fuel users for the issuance of the identifying device required by the International Fuel Tax Agreement; revising provisions relating to the rate of interest to be paid by a special fuel user who fails timely to file a tax return or pay any excise tax; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 464—Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 10, 2013

2566

442

AN ACT making appropriations to the State Department of Conservation and Natural Resources for the replacement and maintenance of emergency response, firefighting and other critical equipment and vehicles; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 469—Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 10, 2013

2568

443

AN ACT relating to state financial administration; temporarily extending the allocation of a portion of the proceeds of the basic governmental services tax to the State General Fund; transferring certain commissions collected and penalties retained by the Department of Motor Vehicles with respect to the governmental services tax during Fiscal Year 2014-2015; temporarily increasing for Fiscal Year 2014-2015 the limitation on the percentage of the proceeds of certain fees and charges collected by the Department of Motor Vehicles that are authorized for the Department’s costs of administration associated with the collection of those fees and charges; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 491—Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 10, 2013

2569

444

AN ACT relating to education; authorizing an expenditure by the Board of Regents of the University of Nevada from the Estate Tax Account in the Endowment Fund of the Nevada System of Higher Education for the design and construction of buildings on the principal campus of the Nevada State College; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 502—Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 10, 2013

2571

445

AN ACT relating to projects of capital improvement; authorizing certain expenditures by the State Public Works Board; levying a property tax to support the Consolidated Bond Interest and Redemption Fund; making appropriations; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 505—Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 10, 2013

2572

446

AN ACT relating to state financial administration; making appropriations from the State General Fund and the State Highway Fund for the support of the civil government of the State of Nevada for the 2013-2015 biennium; providing for the use of the money so appropriated; making various other changes relating to the financial administration of the State; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 507—Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 10, 2013

2593

447

AN ACT relating to public employees; establishing the maximum allowed salaries for certain employees in the classified and unclassified service of the State; requiring employees of the State to take a certain number of days of unpaid furlough leave during the 2013-2015 biennium; providing exceptions to the furlough requirement; making appropriations from the State General Fund and State Highway Fund for the salaries of certain employees of the State; extending the temporary suspension of the semiannual payment of longevity pay during the 2013-2015 biennium; extending the temporary suspension of merit pay increases during Fiscal Year 2013-2014; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 511—Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 10, 2013

2613

448

AN ACT relating to education; removing the requirement for certain approval of expenditures from the Education Gift Fund; revising provisions governing the qualifications for the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction and other authorized business pursuits by the Superintendent; revising provisions relating to the payment of the expenses of holding certain conferences; revising provisions relating to deputies within the Department of Education; transferring certain duties from the Superintendent and his or her deputies to the Department of Education; revising provisions governing the Account for Programs for Innovation and the Prevention of Remediation; abolishing the Commission on Educational Excellence; revising the date by which school districts and charter schools are required to submit annual budgetary reports; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 467—Committee on Finance. Approved June 10, 2013

2630

449

AN ACT relating to insurance; authorizing a certain credit against the insurance premium tax to be carried forward into subsequent years until entirely used; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 479—Committee on Finance. Approved June 10, 2013

2642

450

AN ACT relating to unemployment compensation; authorizing the issuance of revenue bonds and other securities to repay loans from the Federal Government to this State for the payment of unemployment compensation and to establish adequate balances in the Unemployment Trust Fund; providing for special bond contributions to pay such bonds and related costs; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 515—Committee on Finance. Approved June 10, 2013

2643

451

AN ACT relating to tobacco; revising provisions relating to the Master Settlement Agreement; revising provisions relating to manufacturers of tobacco products, importers, wholesale dealers and retail dealers of cigarettes; providing for the assignment to the State and the release to an Indian tribe of certain money placed into a qualified escrow fund by a manufacturer of tobacco products; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 516—Committee on Finance. Approved June 10, 2013

2652

452

AN ACT relating to programs for public personnel; establishing for the 2013-2015 biennium the subsidies to be paid to the Public Employees’ Benefits Program for insurance for certain active and retired public officers and employees; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 518—Committee on Finance. Approved June 10, 2013

2667

453

AN ACT relating to state financial administration; authorizing expenditures by various officers, departments, boards, agencies, commissions and institutions of the State Government for the 2013-2015 biennium; authorizing the collection of certain amounts from the counties for the use of the services of the State Public Defender; requiring repayment of certain advances to state agencies; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 521—Committee on Finance. Approved June 10, 2013

2669

454

AN ACT relating to governmental administration; exempting the lease of certain state lands from appraisal and certain procedural requirements; authorizing the discounted lease of state lands and buildings to certain businesses seeking to locate or expand in this State; revising provisions relating to the annual inventory of real property owned by or leased to the State; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 125—Assemblywoman Kirkpatrick. Approved June 10, 2013

2685

455

AN ACT relating to education; expanding the provisions that require the Board of Regents of the University of Nevada to pay certain fees and expenses associated with undergraduate classes taken by certain dependent children to include the children of public safety officers killed in the line of duty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 130—Assemblymen Hardy, Fiore, Ellison, Hickey; Paul Anderson, Grady, Hambrick, Kirner, Oscarson, Stewart and Wheeler. Joint Sponsors: Senators Hardy; Cegavske, Goicoechea and Settelmeyer. Approved June 10, 2013

2693

456

AN ACT relating to service contracts; revising provisions governing the issuance of a certificate of registration to a provider of a service contract; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 213—Assemblyman Bobzien. Approved June 10, 2013

2695

457

AN ACT relating to education; requiring, to the extent money is available, that the automated system of accountability information for Nevada established and maintained by the Department of Education include a unique identifier for each pupil whose parent or guardian is a member of the Armed Forces of the United States, a reserve component thereof or the National Guard; requiring the board of trustees of each school district to take the actions necessary during the 2013-2014 school year to implement a data system which includes a unique identifier for those pupils; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 224—Assemblymen Elliot Anderson, Bustamante Adams; and Dondero Loop. Joint Sponsors: Senators Woodhouse, Spearman, Parks; and Atkinson. Approved June 10, 2013

2697

458

AN ACT relating to insurance; requiring an insurer to request certain information from its insureds, annuity holders and retained asset account holders; requiring an insurer to perform a comparison of the insurer’s life insurance policies, annuities, benefit contracts and retained asset accounts against the Death Master File from the Social Security Administration or other approved database; requiring an insurer to perform certain actions if a comparison with the Death Master File results in a match with an insured, annuity holder or retained asset account holder; requiring an insurer to notify the State Treasurer of certain unclaimed benefits which revert by escheat to the State and to transfer the unclaimed benefit to the State Treasurer; authorizing the Commissioner of Insurance to issue certain orders relating to certain duties of an insurer; providing that certain violations may constitute an unfair trade practice; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 226—Assemblywoman Bustamante Adams. Approved June 10, 2013

2700

459

AN ACT relating to criminal procedure; establishing certain time limitations regarding the disclosure of the factual content of reports of presentence investigations; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 423—Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 10, 2013

2704

460

AN ACT relating to the State Fire Marshal; authorizing the State Fire Marshal and the State Board of Fire Services to issue administrative citations; requiring the Board to establish by regulation a schedule of administrative fines; establishing provisions for the contest of such citations; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 424—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 10, 2013

2707

461

AN ACT relating to local financial administration; revising temporarily provisions governing the use by a local government of money in an enterprise fund; requiring the Committee on Local Government Finance to adopt certain regulations; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 503—Assemblywoman Kirkpatrick. Approved June 10, 2013

2709

462

AN ACT relating to state financial administration; making various changes to provisions governing debt collection by the State Controller; providing a uniform rate of interest on certain debt assigned to the State Controller for collection; revising provisions governing refunds of overpayments on debt owed to the State; adding various requirements for renewal of certain professional or occupational licenses; requiring the State Controller to establish a fee that must be paid by certain payees who refuse to accept an electronic payment of an account payable; requiring the State Controller to pay the salaries and wages of certain state officers and employees through an electronic payment system; requiring certain state officers and employees, with limited exceptions, to receive payment of their salaries and wages through the electronic payment system; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 21—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 10, 2013

2717

463

AN ACT relating to state financial administration; revising provisions governing certain data made available on the Internet by the State Controller; making various changes relating to certain funds and accounts; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 56—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 10, 2013

2747

464

AN ACT relating to education; requiring the Executive Officer of the State Board for Career and Technical Education to appoint a person to oversee programs of career and technical education; setting forth limitations on the use of state money for leadership and training activities relating to programs of career and technical education; setting forth the methods by which the state money must be distributed to programs of and pupil organizations for career and technical education; making various other changes relating to programs of career and technical education; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 328—Senators Settelmeyer; Goicoechea and Gustavson. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Grady, Hickey and Kirkpatrick. Approved June 10, 2013

2769

465

AN ACT relating to real property; authorizing the owner of a single-family dwelling to request the servicer of a mortgage or deed of trust to produce certified copies of certain loan-related documents under certain circumstances; authorizing the owner to report noncompliance to certain state regulatory bodies; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 389—Senator Segerblom. Approved June 10, 2013

2773

466

AN ACT relating to natural resources; requiring the Division of Minerals of the Commission on Mineral Resources and the Division of Environmental Protection of the State Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, jointly, to develop a hydraulic fracturing program for the State of Nevada; requiring the adoption of regulations to implement the program; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 390—Senators Segerblom; and Jones. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Bobzien and Daly. Approved June 10, 2013

2775

467

AN ACT relating to criminal procedure; requiring the Advisory Commission on the Administration of Justice to identify and study certain information concerning the collateral consequences of a conviction; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 395—Senator Segerblom. Approved June 10, 2013

2777

468

AN ACT relating to tourism improvement districts; prohibiting, with limited exceptions, the pledge of the proceeds of certain taxes to finance a project within a tourism improvement district created or revised on or after July 1, 2013; eliminating the prohibition on certain local governments creating a tourism improvement district that includes any property within the boundaries of a redevelopment area; revising provisions relating to certain reports prepared by the Department of Taxation; prohibiting, with limited exceptions, the financing or reimbursement from the proceeds of certain taxes that are collected from any retail facilities of a retailer that, on or after July 1, 2013, locate within the boundary of a tourism improvement district; making various other changes relating to tourism improvement districts; providing that prevailing wage requirements apply to certain contracts and agreements relating to tourism improvement districts; revising the duties of a contractor or developer who enters into a subcontract for the construction, improvement, repair, demolition or reconstruction of certain projects; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 406—Senators Smith, Denis, Woodhouse, Parks; and Atkinson. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Kirkpatrick, Sprinkle; and Dondero Loop. Approved June 10, 2013

2780

469

AN ACT relating to the death penalty; providing for an audit of the fiscal costs of the death penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 444—Committee on Legislative Operations and Elections. Approved June 10, 2013

2793

470

AN ACT relating to the funding of capital projects of school districts; authorizing the imposition and providing for the administration of a new sales and use tax and ad valorem tax in certain counties for the capital projects of the school districts in those counties; exempting that ad valorem tax from certain partial tax abatements and the statutory limitation on the total ad valorem tax levy; authorizing those school districts to use the proceeds of those taxes and certain proceeds from the governmental services tax to finance capital projects; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 46—Committee on Taxation. Approved June 11, 2013

2795

471

AN ACT relating to taxation; revising provisions governing the partial abatement of certain taxes; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 138—Assemblymen Sprinkle, Bustamante Adams, Kirkpatrick, Bobzien; and Neal. Joint Sponsors: Senators Smith and Kihuen. Approved June 11, 2013

2801

472

AN ACT relating to transportation; authorizing certain officials in each county responsible for the maintenance and repair of certain roads to establish a Complete Streets program for retrofitting certain roads to improve access to those roads by all users; allowing a person who is registering or renewing the registration of a vehicle at a kiosk or via the Internet to make a voluntary contribution at that time to the Complete Streets program in his or her county; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 145—Assemblymen Carrillo and Ohrenschall. Approved June 11, 2013

2812

473

AN ACT relating to transportation; requiring that the Department of Transportation establish goals for the participation of disadvantaged business enterprises and local emerging small businesses in certain contracts relating to transportation projects; requiring that the Department evaluate each market in which those goals would be established before establishing the goals; requiring that the Department evaluate whether the goals remain necessary to eliminate disparities in the awarding to certain businesses of certain contracts relating to transportation; requiring that the Department submit biennially to the Governor and Legislature a report on those goals; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 151—Assemblywoman Bustamante Adams (by request). Approved June 11, 2013

2822

474

AN ACT relating to the Department of Motor Vehicles; requiring the Department to contract with a vendor or vendors for the establishment of an electronic lien system; setting forth the manner for participating in such a system; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 309—Assemblymen Flores, Bobzien; and Diaz. Approved June 11, 2013

2825

475

AN ACT relating to vehicle registration; authorizing the registration of certain trailers for a 3-year period in lieu of a 12-month period; requiring a registrant who elects to register a trailer for the longer period to pay fees commensurate with that longer period; authorizing the registration of certain commercial trailers and semitrailers for as long as the trailer is owned by the person who obtained the registration; providing for a one-time imposition of a flat governmental services tax on commercial trailers registered for as long as the trailer is owned by the person who obtained the registration; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 336—Assemblywoman Kirkpatrick. Approved June 11, 2013

2828

476

AN ACT relating to indigent persons; revising provisions relating to payments by certain smaller counties for certain medical assistance to indigent persons; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 3—Committee on Health and Human Services. Approved June 11, 2013

2865

477

AN ACT relating to off-highway vehicles; authorizing the operation of an off-highway vehicle for the purposes of display, demonstration, maintenance, sale or exchange under certain circumstances; requiring the Department of Motor Vehicles to furnish special plates for an off-highway vehicle under certain circumstances; specifying the required dimensions of a registration sticker or decal provided by the Department for an off-highway vehicle; revising provisions governing the registration and operation of an off-highway vehicle and the licensing of an off-highway dealer, long-term lessor, short-term lessor and manufacturer; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 109—Senators Settelmeyer, Gustavson; Cegavske and Goicoechea. Approved June 11, 2013

2866

478

AN ACT relating to children; requiring an agency which provides child welfare services to determine whether certain reports concerning the possible abuse or neglect of a child are substantiated or unsubstantiated; setting forth that if such an agency substantiates a report alleging the person responsible for a child’s welfare has abused or neglected the child, the agency must notify that person in writing of its intent to place the person’s name in the Statewide Central Registry for the Collection of Information Concerning the Abuse or Neglect of a Child, and that the person may administratively appeal the substantiation of the report; requiring the findings of fact in certain adjudicatory hearings to be included as part of the disposition of the case in the report required to be made to the Central Registry; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 176—Committee on Health and Human Services. Approved June 11, 2013

2874

479

AN ACT relating to public welfare; allowing the Board of Trustees of the Fund for Hospital Care to Indigent Persons to commit money from the Fund to obtain higher rates of reimbursement for hospital care provided to recipients of Medicaid at certain hospitals; allowing the Board to further commit money from the Fund to satisfy the obligation of counties to pay certain matching funds for the nonfederal share of expenditures for certain persons who receive long-term care; revising provisions governing the payment by boards of county commissioners of certain amounts for the provision of care to indigent persons; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 452—Committee on Health and Human Services. Approved June 11, 2013

2880

480

AN ACT relating to public health; authorizing the Health Division of the Department of Health and Human Services to establish an Internet website for certain entities to conduct required background investigations; revising provisions relating to the licensing of certain medical and other related health facilities; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 502—Committee on Health and Human Services. Approved June 11, 2013

2885

481

AN ACT relating to property tax; revising the manner in which the State Board of Equalization must provide certain notices concerning increases in the valuation of property; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 66—Committee on Taxation. Approved June 11, 2013

2897

482

AN ACT relating to pharmacy; revising provisions authorizing a pharmacist or practitioner to indicate on a prescription label if a generic drug has been substituted for a drug prescribed by brand name; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 95—Assemblymen Spiegel, Kirkpatrick, Bobzien, Diaz, Carlton; Aizley, Elliot Anderson, Benitez-Thompson, Carrillo, Cohen, Dondero Loop, Eisen, Ellison, Hardy, Healey, Hickey, Hogan, Martin, Ohrenschall, Pierce and Stewart. Joint Sponsors: Senators Parks; Spearman and Woodhouse. Approved June 11, 2013

2899

483

AN ACT relating to juvenile justice; revising the list of offenses that are excluded from the original jurisdiction of the juvenile court; reducing the age at which a child charged with murder or attempted murder may be certified as an adult for criminal proceedings; authorizing a child who is certified for adult criminal proceedings to petition the court for placement in a state juvenile detention facility during the pendency of the proceeding; requiring the Legislative Committee on Child Welfare and Juvenile Justice to appoint a task force to study certain issues relating to juveniles; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 202—Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 11, 2013

2900

484

AN ACT relating to education; requiring that a performance framework for a charter school be incorporated into the charter contract; revising provisions governing applications for authorization to sponsor charter schools by the board of trustees of a school district or a college or university within the Nevada System of Higher Education; revising the procedure for reviewing an application to form a charter school; setting forth requirements for the execution and renewal of charter contracts; setting forth the grounds for termination of a charter contract; revising provisions relating to the enrollment of pupils in charter schools; requiring the Department of Education to adopt regulations for the comprehensive review of sponsors of charter schools approved by the Department and for the revocation of the authorization to sponsor charter schools; making various other changes relating to charter schools; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 205—Committee on Education. Approved June 11, 2013

2905

485

AN ACT relating to constables; revising provisions governing certain notice of a foreclosure sale required to be provided to a tenant; requiring a constable in certain townships to become certified as a category I or category II peace officer within a certain period after commencing his or her term of office; prohibiting a constable or deputy constable in certain smaller townships from making arrests in the course of his or her duties unless he or she is certified as a category I or category II peace officer; revising provisions governing the appointment of deputy constables and the clerical and operational staff of a constable; clarifying that a constable may issue a citation for a violation of certain laws governing the registration of motor vehicles only if the motor vehicle is located in his or her township; revising various other provisions governing constables; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 223—Assemblywoman Kirkpatrick. Approved June 11, 2013

2940

486

AN ACT relating to domestic relations; revising the provisions governing the award of attorney’s fees in actions for divorce; authorizing a court to award costs and the reasonable fees of attorneys and experts to a party in certain actions concerning child custody or visitation; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 262—Assemblymen Cohen, Eisen, Ohrenschall, Kirkpatrick; Aizley, Elliot Anderson, Bustamante Adams, Frierson, Healey, Spiegel and Swank. Approved June 11, 2013

2953

487

AN ACT relating to public works; extending the authority for the Department of Transportation to contract with a construction manager at risk for the construction, reconstruction, improvement and maintenance of highways through June 30, 2017; amending certain requirements governing contractors involved in public works; amending certain requirements governing bidding for public works when a public body decides to contract with a construction manager at risk; prospectively repealing provisions relating to construction managers at risk; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 283—Assemblymen Daly, Healey; Benitez-Thompson, Carrillo, Neal, Pierce and Sprinkle. Approved June 11, 2013

2956

488

AN ACT relating to criminal justice; revising provisions governing the crime of burglary; revising provisions governing the crime of vagrancy; authorizing the Advisory Commission on the Administration of Justice to apply for and accept certain money; requiring the Commission to study and report on certain issues; authorizing each county to establish a community court pilot project to provide an alternative to sentencing a person who is charged with certain misdemeanors; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 415—Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 11, 2013

2986

489

AN ACT relating to governmental administration; consolidating the Health Division and the Division of Mental Health and Developmental Services of the Department of Health and Human Services into the Division of Public and Behavioral Health of the Department; transferring the powers and duties concerning certain services to children with autism spectrum disorders from the Health Division to the Aging and Disability Services Division of the Department; transferring the authority for developmental services in the Division of Mental Health and Developmental Services to the Aging and Disability Services Division; replacing the State Health Officer with a Chief Medical Officer; providing the qualifications and duties of the Chief Medical Officer; renaming the Commission on Mental Health and Developmental Services of the Department the Commission on Behavioral Health; making the Aging and Disability Services Division of the Department responsible for services for and other oversight relating to persons with intellectual disabilities and persons with related conditions; making various other changes to provisions relating to the organization of the divisions of the Department; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 488—Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 11, 2013

2991

490

AN ACT relating to energy; requiring certain electric utilities in this State to file with the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada an emissions reduction and capacity replacement plan; prescribing the minimum requirements of such a plan; providing for the recovery of certain costs relating to an emissions reduction and capacity replacement plan; prescribing the powers and duties of the Commission and the Division of Environmental Protection of the State Department of Conservation and Natural Resources with respect to such a plan; providing for the mitigation of certain amounts in excess of a utility’s total revenue requirement; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 123—Senator Atkinson. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Bobzien and Kirkpatrick. Approved June 11, 2013

3073

491

AN ACT relating to taxation; authorizing the Office of Economic Development to approve and issue a certificate of transferable tax credits to a producer that produces a qualified film or other production in this State under certain circumstances; providing for the calculation of the transferable tax credits; requiring the Office to provide notice of certain hearings; requiring a producer to return any portion of transferable tax credits to which he or she is not entitled; authorizing the governing body of a city or county to grant abatements of certain permitting and licensing fees imposed or charged by the city or county; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 165—Senators Ford, Smith, Denis, Hutchison, Roberson; Atkinson, Jones, Kihuen, Manendo, Parks, Segerblom, Spearman and Woodhouse. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Aizley, Frierson, Horne, Fiore; Kirkpatrick and Spiegel. Approved June 11, 2013

3089

492

AN ACT making an appropriation to the Trust Account for the Education of Dependent Children; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 293—Senator Smith. Approved June 11, 2013

3098

493

AN ACT relating to the Department of Transportation; revising the composition of the Board of Directors of the Department; revising provisions relating to the appointment of persons to the Board; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 322—Committee on Transportation. Approved June 11, 2013

3098

494

AN ACT relating to education; directing the Legislative Commission to appoint a committee to conduct an interim study concerning the governance structure of and funding methods for community colleges in this State; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 391—Senators Cegavske, Goicoechea, Hammond, Hutchison, Roberson; Gustavson, Hardy and Settelmeyer. Approved June 11, 2013

3100

495

AN ACT relating to taxes; contingently revising provisions governing the taxation of mines, mining claims and the extraction of minerals; exempting certain property from the property tax; providing that the taxable value of property must exclude the value of any mineral deposit in its natural state attached to the land; revising provisions relating to the taxation of certain uses of property otherwise exempted from taxation; imposing an excise tax upon mineral extraction and mineral royalties and providing for the administration and collection of the tax; providing penalties; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 400—Senator Segerblom. Approved June 11, 2013

3103

496

AN ACT relating to education; revising provisions governing the policies for the evaluation of teachers and school-based administrators; requiring the State Board of Education to prescribe the pupil achievement data to be used in the evaluation of teachers and school-based administrators; requiring the Teachers and Leaders Council of Nevada to make recommendations to the State Board concerning the evaluation of counselors, librarians and other licensed educational personnel; temporarily delaying the implementation of a program of performance pay and enhanced compensation for teachers and administrators by school districts; temporarily delaying the implementation of the statewide performance evaluation system and providing for a validation study of the system for teachers and school-based administrators and a validation study for counselors, librarians and other licensed educational personnel; authorizing a school district to submit an application to the Department of Education to opt out of the delay of the implementation of the statewide performance evaluation system for its teachers and school-based administrators; making an appropriation; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 407—Senators Smith and Woodhouse. Joint Sponsor: Assemblywoman Dondero Loop. Approved June 11, 2013

3145

497

AN ACT relating to hypodermic devices; authorizing certain entities to establish a program for the safe distribution and disposal of hypodermic devices and certain other material; requiring the State Board of Health to establish guidelines governing such a program; providing that the possession of a trace amount of a controlled substance is not a criminal offense in certain circumstances; removing hypodermic devices from the list of paraphernalia that is prohibited for delivery, sale, possession, manufacture or use in this State; providing that hypodermic devices may be sold or furnished without a prescription if not prohibited by federal law in certain circumstances; repealing a provision which makes it a crime to misuse a hypodermic device; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 410—Senators Parks, Spearman, Segerblom, Kihuen; Atkinson, Gustavson, Jones, Manendo, Smith and Woodhouse. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Healey, Ohrenschall; Aizley, Daly, Dondero Loop, Fiore, Hogan, Martin, Pierce, Spiegel and Swank. Approved June 11, 2013

3169

498

AN ACT relating to gaming; requiring the Nevada Gaming Commission to study and review certain issues relating to pari-mutuel wagering; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 425—Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 11, 2013

3177

499

AN ACT relating to public health; revising the qualifications for certain district health officers; revising provisions relating to medical records; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 450—Committee on Health and Human Services. Approved June 11, 2013

3178

500

AN ACT relating to education; creating the Task Force on K-12 Public Education Funding to recommend a plan for funding public schools based upon a weighted formula that takes into account the individual educational needs and demographic characteristics of pupils; prescribing the membership and duties of the Task Force; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 500—Committee on Education. Approved June 11, 2013

3181

501

AN ACT relating to Medicaid; authorizing the Director of the Department of Corrections to apply on behalf of a prisoner for a determination of Medicaid eligibility; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 519—Committee on Finance. Approved June 11, 2013

3184

502

AN ACT relating to energy; revising provisions governing the partial abatement of certain property taxes for certain buildings and structures which meet certain energy efficiency standards; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 33—Committee on Commerce and Labor. Approved June 11, 2013

3185

503

AN ACT relating to motor vehicles; establishing requirements for the permitting of a motor vehicle that is operated on the highways of this State for a business purpose within this State; requiring that such a motor vehicle complies with certain provisions; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 167—Committee on Transportation. Approved June 11, 2013

3191

504

AN ACT relating to energy; authorizing the Director of the Office of Energy to charge and collect certain fees from applicants for certain energy-related tax incentives; revising provisions relating to eligibility for and approval of applicants for certain energy-related tax incentives; revising permissible uses of money in the Renewable Energy Fund; revising provisions relating to land use planning and the granting by local governments of permits for the construction of certain utility projects; establishing the Economic Development Electric Rate Rider Program; requiring the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada, in consultation with the Office of Economic Development, to administer the Program; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 239—Assemblywoman Kirkpatrick. Approved June 11, 2013

3196

505

AN ACT relating to the Nevada System of Higher Education; clarifying provisions governing tuition charges assessed against certain students; revising provisions relating to exemptions from tuition charges for veterans of the Armed Forces of the United States who were honorably discharged; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 260—Assemblymen Elliot Anderson and Bustamante Adams. Joint Sponsor: Senator Spearman. Approved June 11, 2013

3229

506

AN ACT relating to education; requiring the State Board of Education to select a high school equivalency assessment for certain persons who are not enrolled in high school and have not graduated; providing for the recognition of a document equivalent to a general educational development certificate, general educational development credential and general equivalency diploma; requiring the State Board to select a college and career readiness assessment for administration to pupils enrolled in grade 11 in public high schools; revising the requirements to receive a standard high school diploma by requiring pupils to pass end-of-course examinations for the courses of study prescribed by the State Board; eliminating the option for the issuance of a certificate of attendance indicating a pupil attended high school but did not satisfy the requirements for a standard high school diploma; eliminating the high school proficiency examination; repealing provisions relating to the high school proficiency examination; making an appropriation; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 288—Assemblymen Flores, Dondero Loop, Kirner; and Elliot Anderson. Approved June 11, 2013

3231

507

AN ACT relating to public improvements; creating and providing for the dissolution of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Campus Improvement Authority; providing for the appointment of a Board of Directors thereof and prescribing the powers and duties of the Authority and the Board; providing for the Board to study the feasibility of and the financing alternatives for a large events center and certain other public improvements; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 335—Assemblywoman Kirkpatrick. Approved June 11, 2013

3299

508

AN ACT relating to gaming; revising provisions governing interactive gaming; revising provisions governing the registration of persons who hold an ownership interest in certain entities which hold a gaming license; revising provisions relating to the inspection of games, gaming devices, associated equipment, cashless wagering systems, inter-casino linked systems, mobile gaming systems and interactive gaming systems; revising provisions relating to the regulation of independent testing laboratories; providing for an interim study of certain issues concerning the impact of technology upon the regulation of gaming and upon the distinction between restricted and nonrestricted gaming licensees; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 360—Assemblymen Horne, Healey; Bobzien and Kirkpatrick. Approved June 11, 2013

3306

509

AN ACT relating to the Legislature; revising provisions relating to the training required for newly elected Legislators; changing certain deadlines applicable to the submission and drafting of legislative measures; revising the number of legislative measures that certain persons and entities may request for drafting; restricting Legislators from requesting the drafting of legislative measures under certain circumstances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 412—Assemblymen Kirkpatrick, Flores, Stewart, Ohrenschall, Hickey; Aizley, Elliot Anderson, Paul Anderson, Benitez-Thompson, Bobzien, Bustamante Adams, Carlton, Carrillo, Cohen, Daly, Diaz, Dondero Loop, Duncan, Eisen, Ellison, Fiore, Frierson, Grady, Hambrick, Hansen, Hardy, Healey, Hogan, Horne, Kirner, Livermore, Martin, Munford, Neal, Oscarson, Pierce, Spiegel, Sprinkle, Swank, Thompson, Wheeler and Woodbury. Approved June 11, 2013

3320

510

AN ACT relating to energy; revising provisions relating to the Solar Energy Systems Incentive Program, the Wind Energy Systems Demonstration Program and the Waterpower Energy Systems Demonstration Program; revising provisions governing the payment of incentives to participants in the Solar Program and the Wind Program; requiring the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada to adopt certain regulations; requiring each electric utility in this State to create a Lower Income Solar Energy Pilot Program; requiring the Consumer’s Advocate of the Bureau of Consumer Protection in the Office of the Attorney General to publish certain reports; requiring the Commission to open an investigatory docket relating to the costs and benefits attributable to net metering; extending the prospective expiration of the Solar Program, the Wind Program and the Waterpower Program; establishing the Legislative Committee on Energy; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 428—Committee on Commerce and Labor. Approved June 11, 2013

3329

511

AN ACT relating to insurance; revising the manner in which an assessment imposed on insurers in this State is calculated; revising requirements concerning reinsurance; exempting certain domestic insurers and prepaid limited health service organizations from a requirement to submit certain information to the Commissioner of Insurance; revising provisions governing the Nevada Life and Health Insurance Guaranty Association, the Interstate Insurance Product Regulation Compact, insurance holding companies and requirements that certain groups submit information to the Commissioner; authorizing the Commissioner to approve a person who is not an insurer, a reinsurer or a captive insurer as a sponsor of a captive insurer; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 435—Committee on Commerce and Labor. Approved June 11, 2013

3349

512

AN ACT relating to highways; revising provisions relating to the construction, operation and maintenance of certain facilities to provide information to the traveling public; increasing fines for certain violations committed in roadside parks or rest areas; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 447—Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 11, 2013

3377

513

AN ACT relating to management of land; authorizing the Division of State Lands of the State Department of Conservation and Natural Resources to establish and carry out programs to conserve certain sagebrush ecosystems; requiring the Division to coordinate the establishment of a program to improve certain sagebrush ecosystems; establishing the Account to Restore the Sagebrush Ecosystem in the State General Fund; establishing the Sagebrush Ecosystem Council within the Department; prescribing the duties of the Council; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 461—Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 11, 2013

3380

514

AN ACT relating to the Nevada System of Higher Education; authorizing certain capital projects at the campuses of the University of Nevada in Las Vegas and Reno; authorizing the issuance of general obligations of the State to pay the cost of the projects; pledging certain revenues as additional security for those obligations; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 501—Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 11, 2013

3388

515

AN ACT relating to education; creating the English Mastery Council; prescribing the membership and duties of the Council; requiring the board of trustees of each school district to develop a policy for the instruction to teach English to pupils who are limited English proficient; requiring the Commission on Professional Standards in Education to adopt regulations prescribing an endorsement to teach English as a second language; authorizing the Board of Regents of the University of Nevada to consider the recommendations of the Council for a course of study to obtain such an endorsement; making appropriations; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 504—Committee on Education. Approved June 12, 2013

3393

516

AN ACT making an appropriation to the Division of State Lands of the State Department of Conservation and Natural Resources for the replacement of equipment beyond its normal scheduled replacement; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 461—Committee on Finance. Approved June 12, 2013

3423

517

AN ACT making an appropriation to the Central Repository for Nevada Records of Criminal History within the Department of Public Safety for the initial phase of the project to modernize the Nevada Criminal Justice Information System; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 462—Committee on Finance. Approved June 12, 2013

3423

518

AN ACT relating to governmental financial administration; revising the provisions governing the rate and calculation of the payroll tax imposed on certain businesses other than financial institutions; extending the prospective expiration of certain requirements regarding the imposition and advance payment of certain taxes and fees; revising provisions relating to the computation of the net proceeds from certain mining operations conducted in this State; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 475—Committee on Finance. Approved June 12, 2013

3424

519

AN ACT making an appropriation to the State Gaming Control Board to change from a COBOL-based technology system to a modern technology system; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 480—Committee on Finance. Approved June 12, 2013

3428

520

AN ACT making an appropriation to the Mental Health Information System Account of the Division of Mental Health and Developmental Services of the Department of Health and Human Services for new software to implement the Department’s technology policies; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 484—Committee on Finance. Approved June 12, 2013

3429

521

AN ACT making an appropriation to the Division of Welfare and Supportive Services of the Department of Health and Human Services for the integration of eligibility rules for the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families program and the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program into the eligibility system; authorizing the Division to expend certain other money for the same purpose; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 485—Committee on Finance. Approved June 12, 2013

3429

522

AN ACT making appropriations for a pilot program for the assessment of school readiness and for programs and projects for the coordination between early childhood education programs through college and workforce readiness; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 486—Committee on Finance. Approved June 12, 2013

3430

523

AN ACT making an appropriation to the Office of the State Treasurer for the Governor Guinn Millennium Scholarship Program; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 487—Committee on Finance. Approved June 12, 2013

3431

524

AN ACT making an appropriation to the Desert Regional Center within the Division of Mental Health and Developmental Services of the Department of Health and Human Services for a new computer system for medical records, provider invoices and claims processing; authorizing the Desert Regional Center to expend certain other money for the same purpose; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 462—Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 12, 2013

3432

525

AN ACT making an appropriation to the Division of State Parks of the State Department of Conservation and Natural Resources to purchase new equipment and replace public safety equipment and worn and obsolete equipment; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 467—Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 12, 2013

3433

526

AN ACT making an appropriation to the Department of Corrections for an upgrade to and end-user training for the Nevada Offender Tracking Information System; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 468—Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 12, 2013

3433

527

AN ACT making appropriations to the Nevada Highway Patrol Division of the Department of Public Safety to replace fleet vehicles and motorcycles that have exceeded the mileage threshold; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 470—Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 12, 2013

3434

528

AN ACT making appropriations to restore the balances in the Stale Claims Account, Emergency Account, Reserve for Statutory Contingency Account and Contingency Account; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 474—Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 12, 2013

3435

529

AN ACT making appropriations to the Legislative Fund for dues and registration costs for national organizations, building maintenance projects and information technology purchases; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 475—Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 12, 2013

3435

530

AN ACT making an appropriation to the Office of the State Controller to replace computer servers for the statewide financial system; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 477—Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 12, 2013

3436

531

AN ACT relating to public financial administration; enlarging the purposes for which a grant or loan may be made from the Disaster Relief Account; revising the process for requesting a grant or loan from the Account and for reviewing such a request; enlarging the purposes for which a local government may use money in a fund to mitigate the effects of a natural disaster; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 44—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 12, 2013

3437

532

AN ACT relating to economic development; enacting the Nevada New Markets Jobs Act which provides for tax credits for certain business entities; authorizing the Director of the Department of Business and Industry to adopt regulations; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 357—Senators Roberson, Smith and Atkinson. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Neal, Stewart and Hambrick. Approved June 12, 2013

3445

533

AN ACT relating to education; revising certain fees collected by the Administrator of the Commission on Postsecondary Education; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 470—Committee on Finance. Approved June 12, 2013

3459

534

AN ACT relating to gaming; revising the definition of “resort hotel”; revising provisions relating to the Gaming Policy Committee; making appropriations; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 7—Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 12, 2013

3460

535

AN ACT relating to public affairs; requiring that document preparation services be registered with the Secretary of State; establishing qualifications for registration; requiring the filing of a bond; regulating the business practices of document preparation services; authorizing disciplinary action and other remedies in specified circumstances; providing civil and criminal penalties; revising provisions relating to the Notary Public Training Account in the State General Fund; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 74—Assemblywoman Flores. Approved June 12, 2013

3463

536

AN ACT relating to real property; revising provisions governing enrollment in the Foreclosure Mediation Program; revising provisions governing the payment of certain obligations during participation in the Foreclosure Mediation Program; revising provisions governing the foreclosure of liens by an association of a common-interest community; making an appropriation; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 273—Assemblymen Eisen; and Frierson. Approved June 12, 2013

3477

537

AN ACT relating to mental health; authorizing the involuntary court-ordered admission of certain persons with mental illness to programs of community-based or outpatient services under certain circumstances; requiring a peace officer to take into custody and deliver a person to the appropriate location for an evaluation by an evaluation team from the Division of Mental Health and Developmental Services of the Department of Health and Human Services in certain circumstances; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 287—Assemblymen Stewart, Hickey; Eisen, Hardy and Kirkpatrick. Joint Sponsors: Senators Hardy, Goicoechea; Hammond and Woodhouse. Approved June 12, 2013

3485

538

AN ACT relating to renewable energy; revising provisions governing certain energy-related tax incentives; revising provisions governing portfolio energy systems; revising provisions governing jurisdiction of the courts of this State with respect to certain claims or actions relating to certain renewable energy projects; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 388—Assemblyman Bobzien. Approved June 12, 2013

3500

539

AN ACT relating to time shares; amending provisions relating to licensing and registration of sales agents, representatives, managers, developers, project brokers and time-share resale brokers; revising provisions relating to permits to sell time shares; amending provisions relating to time-share instruments; revising provisions governing public offering statements; amending provisions governing the sale and resale of time shares; revising provisions governing the management and development of time-share plans and time-share projects; revising provisions governing certain fees relating to time shares; prohibiting certain acts; amending various other provisions relating to time shares; providing penalties; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 404—Assemblyman Frierson. Approved June 12, 2013

3505

540

AN ACT relating to taxation; authorizing certain larger counties to impose additional taxes on fuels for motor vehicles; providing for the imposition by the State of additional taxes on fuels for motor vehicles if a ballot question authorizing such additional taxes is approved by a majority of the voters in this State; providing for the imposition by the boards of county commissioners of certain counties of additional taxes on fuels for motor vehicles if a ballot question authorizing such additional taxes is approved by a majority of the voters in the county; requiring the approval by voters of additional ballot measures to continue the imposition of the additional taxes; requiring certain persons who use special fuel in motor vehicles operated or intended to operate interstate to file certain returns with the Department of Motor Vehicles under certain circumstances; requiring the Department to adopt regulations establishing a system for auditing of such returns to determine whether any amounts are owed by or to such persons pursuant to certain cooperative agreements; requiring the Department to charge and collect certain fees; authorizing the Department to enter into certain intergovernmental agreements or contracts under certain circumstances; creating an enterprise fund administered by the Director of the Department; providing for the administration, allocation, disbursement and use of the additional taxes; removing the exemption for the sale of revenue bonds secured by county fuel taxes from certain requirements; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 413—Committee on Taxation. Approved June 12, 2013

3530

541

AN ACT relating to insurance; establishing certification provisions for certain enrollment facilitators by the Commissioner of Insurance; revising provisions relating to federal law and to conform with federal law; revising provisions relating to the general tax on insurance premiums; revising provisions relating to public inspection of information filed with the Commissioner; revising provisions relating to dental insurance; revising provisions relating to certain policies of health insurance and health care plans that provide coverage for the treatment of cancer through the use of chemotherapy; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 425—Committee on Commerce and Labor. Approved June 12, 2013

3589

542

AN ACT relating to governmental administration; removing the requirement that each governmental agency ensure that any personal information contained in certain documents is either maintained in a confidential manner or removed from the document; removing the requirement that the board of county commissioners in certain larger counties establish in certain cities a branch office of the county clerk at which marriage licenses may be issued; revising provisions relating to recording and filing certificates of marriage; revising provisions governing certain other documents relating to marriage; prohibiting certain solicitations on county property; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 364—Senator Atkinson. Approved June 12, 2013

3663

543

AN ACT relating to state financial administration; revising provisions relating to the payment of stale claims; authorizing a person designated by the Clerk of the State Board of Examiners to carry out certain duties of the Clerk; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 463—Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 12, 2013

3675

544

AN ACT relating to governmental financial administration; requiring the Executive Director of the Department of Taxation to prepare and send a report of tax expenditures to the Governor and the Legislature; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 466—Committee on Taxation. Approved June 12, 2013

3677

545

AN ACT relating to statutes; making technical corrections to certain measures passed by the 77th Legislative Session; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 512—Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 12, 2013

3679

546

AN ACT relating to economic development; requiring the submission of certain reports concerning local emerging small businesses to the Office of Economic Development; increasing the threshold for requiring formal contracts for certain purchases by the State; providing for the certification of local emerging small businesses by the Office; requiring the Office to establish goals for the participation of local emerging small businesses in certain contracts relating to purchasing and public works projects; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 294—Assemblywoman Bustamante Adams. Approved June 12, 2013

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AN ACT relating to medical marijuana; making it a crime to counterfeit or forge, or attempt to counterfeit or forge, a registry identification card for the medical use of marijuana; making it a crime for a person to grow, harvest or process more than 12 marijuana plants; providing for the registration of medical marijuana establishments authorized to cultivate or dispense marijuana or manufacture edible marijuana products or marijuana-infused products for sale to persons authorized to engage in the medical use of marijuana; providing for the registration of agents who are employed by or volunteer at medical marijuana establishments; setting forth the manner in which such establishments must register and operate; creating the Subcommittee on the Medical Use of Marijuana of the Advisory Commission on the Administration of Justice; requiring the Health Division of the Department of Health and Human Services to adopt regulations; imposing an excise tax on each sale of marijuana, edible marijuana products and marijuana-infused products; providing penalties; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 374—Senators Segerblom, Hutchison; and Manendo. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Aizley; Hogan and Swank. Approved June 12, 2013

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AN ACT relating to employment; prohibiting employers from conditioning employment on a consumer credit report or other credit information; providing certain exceptions; prohibiting employers from conditioning employment on access to an employee’s social media account; providing civil remedies and administrative penalties; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 181—Assemblymen Bobzien, Kirkpatrick, Eisen, Elliot Anderson, Frierson; Aizley, Benitez-Thompson, Carlton, Cohen, Daly, Dondero Loop, Healey, Ohrenschall, Pierce, Spiegel and Swank. Joint Sponsors: Senators Denis, Atkinson, Jones and Smith. Approved June 13, 2013

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AN ACT relating to taxation; revising provisions governing the application of sales and use taxes to food, meals or nonalcoholic drinks provided on a complimentary basis to certain persons; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 506—Committee on Taxation. Approved June 13, 2013

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AN ACT relating to legislative affairs; revising certain provisions to account for the new constitutional power allowing members of the Legislature to convene a special session; revising certain provisions relating to legislative committees, investigations, hearings and subpoenas; revising certain provisions relating to punishment for acts of contempt committed before legislative bodies; providing penalties; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 509—Committee on Legislative Operations and Elections. Approved June 13, 2013

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AN ACT relating to public servants; revising provisions relating to public officers and employees; revising provisions relating to ethics in government and the enforcement of such provisions; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 228—Senator Parks (by request). Approved June 13, 2013

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AN ACT relating to common-interest communities; authorizing the establishment of an impound account for the payment of assessments under certain circumstances; revising provisions governing the collection of past due financial obligations owed to an association; revising provisions governing the foreclosure of an association’s lien by sale; requiring an association to provide a statement concerning certain amounts due to the association under certain circumstances; authorizing an association to charge a fee for such a statement; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 280—Senator Kihuen. Approved June 13, 2013

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AN ACT relating to statutes; ratifying certain technical corrections made to sections of NRS; correcting the effective dates of certain provisions; correcting and clarifying certain provisions and repealing certain provisions of Statutes of Nevada; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 499—Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 13, 2013

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