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Statutes of the State of Nevada - Seventy-Eighth Session, 2015

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AN ACT making an appropriation to the Legislative Fund for the costs of the 78th Legislative Session; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 1—Senators Roberson and Ford. Approved February 9, 2015

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AN ACT relating to constructional defects; enacting provisions governing the indemnification of a controlling party by a subcontractor for certain constructional defects; enacting provisions governing wrap-up insurance policies or consolidated insurance programs covering certain claims for constructional defects; authorizing the parties to a claim for a constructional defect to agree to have a judgment entered before the filing of a civil action under certain circumstances; revising the definition of “constructional defect”; revising provisions governing the information required to be provided in a notice of constructional defect; removing provisions authorizing claimants to give notice of common constructional defects in residences or appurtenances; requiring a claimant to pursue a claim under a homeowner’s warranty under certain circumstances; revising provisions governing the damages recovered by a claimant; revising the statutes of repose regarding actions for damages resulting from certain deficiencies in construction; revising provisions governing the tolling of statutes of limitation and repose regarding actions for constructional defects; prohibiting a homeowners’ association from pursuing an action for a constructional defect unless the action pertains exclusively to the common elements of the association; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 125—Committee on Judiciary. Approved February 24, 2015

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AN ACT relating to the State Library and Archives; changing the name of the Division of State Library and Archives of the Department of Administration to the Division of State Library, Archives and Public Records; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 33—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved February 24, 2015

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AN ACT relating to financing of school facilities; temporarily authorizing the boards of trustees of school districts with prior voter approval to issue general obligation bonds in certain circumstances; temporarily revising provisions governing the transfer of certain revenue to the fund for capital projects of such a school district; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 207—Senators Roberson, Harris, Kieckhefer, Hardy, Farley; and Brower. Approved March 4, 2015

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AN ACT relating to educational facilities; making the provisions governing the payment of prevailing wages inapplicable to a school district, a charter school and the Nevada System of Higher Education; temporarily authorizing the boards of trustees of school districts with prior voter approval to issue general obligation bonds in certain circumstances; temporarily revising provisions governing the transfer of certain revenue to the fund for capital projects of such a school district; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 119—Senators Harris and Kieckhefer. Approved March 6, 2015

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AN ACT relating to military justice; conferring upon a person who is subject to the Nevada Code of Military Justice the right to demand a trial by court-martial in lieu of accepting nonjudicial punishment; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 90—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved March 6, 2015

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AN ACT relating to courts; removing certain obsolete provisions relating to security services provided by the Capitol Police Division of the Department of Public Safety; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 82—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved March 10, 2015

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AN ACT relating to the Housing Division of the Department of Business and Industry; revising the qualifications for the Chief Financial Officer of the Division; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 64—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved March 10, 2015

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AN ACT relating to vessels; requiring the Board of Wildlife Commissioners to adopt regulations for issuing and verifying the hull numbers of vessels in this State; requiring the Department of Wildlife, under certain circumstances, to assign a hull number to a vessel that meets the requirements prescribed by the United States Coast Guard; authorizing the Department to require the inspection of a vessel under certain circumstances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 35—Committee on Natural Resources, Agriculture, and Mining. Approved March 16, 2015

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AN ACT relating to unincorporated towns; requiring the election of members of certain town advisory boards in a county whose population is 700,000 or more; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 115—Senator Hardy. Approved March 19, 2015

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AN ACT relating to school districts; authorizing the extension of certain statutory deadlines related to the reemployment status of certain employees of school districts during odd-numbered years; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 101—Committee on Education. Approved March 19, 2015

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AN ACT relating to special fuels; revising provisions relating to the reimbursement by the Department of Motor Vehicles of certain amounts to a person who uses special fuel in a motor vehicle operated or intended to operate interstate and who pays certain taxes imposed on special fuels consumed outside this State; providing that such a person is authorized rather than required to file a request for reimbursement with the Department for the purpose of determining whether any amounts are owed by the Department to the person; removing provisions requiring the Department to determine whether any additional amounts are owed to the Department by such a person as a result of certain taxes imposed on special fuels; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 21—Committee on Revenue and Economic Development. Approved March 19, 2015

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AN ACT relating to education; requiring the Department of Education to share certain aggregate data concerning certain pupils with the Interagency Council on Veterans Affairs; revising provisions concerning the assessment of tuition charges against veterans of the Armed Forces of the United States who were honorably discharged within a certain period; requiring the Board of Regents of the University of Nevada to submit certain reports to the Legislature; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 76—Committee on Education. Approved March 26, 2015

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AN ACT relating to mental health; making certain restrictions relating to the use of restraints and interventions applicable to facilities operated or certified by the Aging and Disability Services Division of the Department of Health and Human Services; authorizing certain private entities to provide job and day training services; making various other changes to provisions relating to the administration of the Division; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 29—Committee on Health and Human Services. Approved March 26, 2015

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AN ACT relating to special license plates; revising the provisions allowing issuance of a special license plate to certain applicants who are current or retired professional firefighters to include certain retired professional firefighters from other jurisdictions; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 155—Assemblymen Thompson; Araujo, Hickey, Joiner, Silberkraus, Spiegel, Sprinkle and Wheeler. Joint Sponsors: Senators Kihuen, Atkinson, Ford; and Manendo. Approved March 30, 2015

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AN ACT relating to intoxicating liquor; revising provisions governing the review and approval of certain licenses related to intoxicating liquor; providing for the governing body of a city to conduct certain investigations and hearings and recommend revocation or suspension of such licenses; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 22—Committee on Revenue and Economic Development. Approved March 30, 2015

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AN ACT making a supplemental appropriation to the Nevada Supreme Court for unexpected expenses related to the Commission on Judicial Selection; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 265—Committee on Ways and Means. Approved April 2, 2015

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AN ACT relating to the Commission for Cultural Affairs; changing the name of the Commission to the Commission for Cultural Centers and Historic Preservation; moving the Commission from the Department of Tourism and Cultural Affairs to the State Department of Conservation and Natural Resources; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 20—Committee on Natural Resources. Approved April 7, 2015

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AN ACT relating to motor vehicles; eliminating provisions relating to authorized maintenance stations licensed to install, repair and adjust devices for the control of pollution; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 34—Committee on Natural Resources. Approved April 7, 2015

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AN ACT relating to hunting; revising provisions governing the stamp required for the hunting of migratory waterfowl; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 41—Committee on Natural Resources. Approved April 7, 2015

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AN ACT relating to conservation; revising provisions governing the distribution of grants of money by the State Conservation Commission to conservation districts; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 45—Committee on Natural Resources. Approved April 7, 2015

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AN ACT relating to education; establishing a credit against the modified business tax for taxpayers who donate money to a scholarship organization; setting forth certain requirements for a scholarship organization and for schools that receive grants from a scholarship organization; requiring a scholarship organization to submit an annual report to the Department of Education; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 165—Committee on Education. Approved April 13, 2015

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AN ACT relating to motorcycles; authorizing a nonresident who is a member of the Armed Forces of the United States and is stationed in Nevada to enroll in the Program for the Education of Motorcycle Riders; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 145—Senators Manendo, Parks, Woodhouse, Spearman; and Hammond. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Silberkraus, Moore; Dooling, Edwards, Flores, Gardner, Seaman and Thompson. Approved April 15, 2015

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AN ACT relating to wildlife; changing the name of the Wildlife Fund Account in the State General Fund to the Wildlife Account and amending the permissible uses of money in the Account; changing the name of the Wildlife Heritage Trust Account to the Wildlife Heritage Account; revising provisions relating to the administration of the trout stamp and duck stamp programs in this State; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 82—Committee on Natural Resources, Agriculture, and Mining. Approved April 15, 2015

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AN ACT relating to county-owned telephone systems; authorizing a board of county commissioners to sell or lease such a system without acceptance or rejection by the registered voters of the county under certain circumstances; revising the manner in which the sale or lease of such a system is conducted; requiring the board to consider certain factors in accepting or rejecting an offer to purchase or lease such a system; exempting from open meeting requirements certain meetings of the board regarding the sale or lease of such a system; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 109—Senator Settelmeyer. Joint Sponsor: Assemblywoman Titus. Approved April 28, 2015

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AN ACT relating to controlled substances; enacting the Good Samaritan Drug Overdose Act; authorizing certain health care professionals to prescribe and dispense an opioid antagonist to certain persons under certain circumstances; providing immunity from civil and criminal liability and professional discipline for such prescribing and dispensing of an opioid antagonist; providing criminal and other immunity for persons who seek medical assistance for a person who is experiencing a drug or alcohol overdose under certain circumstances; authorizing certain licensing boards to require that certain persons registered by the State Board of Pharmacy receive periodic training concerning the misuse and abuse of controlled substances; authorizing the imposition of disciplinary action for failure to complete such training; requiring that certain information concerning a prescription for a controlled substance be uploaded to the database of a certain computerized program; revising requirements for certain persons to access a certain computerized program before initiating certain prescriptions for a controlled substance; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 459—Committee on Health and Human Services. Approved May 5, 2015

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AN ACT relating to air pollution; revising provisions relating to the sale of a motor vehicle at a consignment auction; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 37—Committee on Natural Resources, Agriculture, and Mining. Approved May 6, 2015

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AN ACT relating to state financial administration; authorizing the State Controller to withhold income from the wages of a person who owes a debt to a state agency after a judgment has been obtained against the person; authorizing the imposition of a fine and punitive damages against an employer under certain circumstances; requiring the Administrator of the Employment Security Division of the Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation to furnish certain records to the State Controller upon request; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 26—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved May 6, 2015

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AN ACT relating to the Commission for Cultural Affairs; revising the amount of money that the Commission may use from the proceeds of bonds issued on behalf of the Commission to pay for the administrative services of the Commission; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 27—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved May 6, 2015

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AN ACT relating to counties; authorizing an elected county officer to elect not to receive longevity pay; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 30—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved May 6, 2015

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AN ACT relating to local improvements; authorizing the creation of an improvement district to acquire, operate and maintain a waterfront project; removing the provision that a commercial area vitalization project is limited to an area zoned primarily for business or commercial purposes and deleting the statutory references to such a project; authorizing the governing body of a municipality to acquire, improve, operate and maintain a neighborhood improvement project for the beautification and improvement of an area without regard to its zoning; expanding the applicability of provisions authorizing a special assessment within an improvement district located in a redevelopment area; authorizing the use of money in a surplus and deficiency fund for the payment of certain additional costs; increasing the amount of money subject to transfer to such a fund after the outstanding indebtedness of an improvement district has been paid; revising provisions for the collection of unpaid assessments and the modification of an improvement project; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 47—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved May 6, 2015

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AN ACT relating to state accountability; designating as confidential certain information that is reported to the Division of Internal Audits of the Department of Administration relating to abuse, fraud or waste with respect to public money; prohibiting the disclosure of such information by the Division with limited exceptions; requiring the Division to review information that is reported and prepare a report of its findings; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 83—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved May 6, 2015

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AN ACT relating to irrigation districts; revising provisions relating to indebtedness and assessments by the board of directors of an irrigation district; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 311—Senator Kieckhefer. Approved May 6, 2015

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AN ACT relating to wildlife; prohibiting the use of telemetry data to harass or take game mammals, game birds or other wildlife; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 417—Committee on Natural Resources. Approved May 6, 2015

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AN ACT relating to programs for public personnel; providing for the temporary suspension of the collection of the subsidies to be paid to the Public Employees’ Benefits Program for group insurance for certain active public officers and employees; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 505—Committee on Finance. Approved May 6, 2015

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AN ACT relating to minerals; revising provisions relating to certain fees for permits to drill and operate oil and natural gas wells; making various other changes to provisions relating to oil and natural gas; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 44—Committee on Natural Resources. Approved May 6, 2015

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AN ACT relating to public health; authorizing certain persons to designate a caregiver for a patient in certain circumstances; requiring a hospital to provide an opportunity for a patient who is admitted as an inpatient or certain other persons to designate a caregiver for the patient; requiring a hospital to attempt to provide certain notification, information and training to a caregiver before taking certain actions concerning a patient; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 177—Committee on Health and Human Services. Approved May 6, 2015

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AN ACT relating to fire protection districts; providing for the consolidation of certain fire protection districts located in a county whose population is less than 700,000 under certain circumstances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 333—Assemblyman Kirner. Approved May 6, 2015

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AN ACT relating to the City of Sparks; revising certain provisions of the Charter of the City of Sparks relating to the Municipal Court; providing that certain authority of the City Manager does not extend to the appointment of employees of the Municipal Court, investigations of the Municipal Court or the designation of salaries of employees of the Municipal Court; authorizing Municipal Judges to appoint employees; authorizing the Administrative Judge of the Municipal Court to prescribe the duties and salaries of employees appointed by the Municipal Judges and to prescribe the salaries of the Court Administrator and Judicial Assistants; providing that civil service rules for employees of the City do not apply to officers and employees of the Municipal Court; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 118—Senator Smith. Approved May 6, 2015

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AN ACT relating to public health; authorizing the Director of the Department of Health and Human Services to establish an educational program regarding the prevention of domestic violence under certain circumstances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 362—Senators Spearman, Woodhouse, Kihuen, Parks, Ford; Atkinson, Denis, Manendo and Segerblom. Approved May 7, 2015

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AN ACT relating to transportation; revising provisions governing the required submission of certain reports by the Department of Transportation; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 23—Committee on Transportation. Approved May 12, 2015

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AN ACT relating to motor vehicles; revising provisions requiring the driver of certain motor vehicles to stop at all railroad grade crossings; making it unlawful for the driver of any vehicle to fail to completely cross railroad tracks because of insufficient undercarriage clearance or because of insufficient space to drive completely through the crossing without stopping; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 43—Committee on Transportation. Approved May 12, 2015

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AN ACT relating to insurance; revising provisions for the arbitration of disputes concerning independent medical evaluations; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 159—Senator Kieckhefer. Approved May 12, 2015

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AN ACT relating to schools; requiring the Department of Education to develop a model plan for the management of a crisis or emergency that involves a public or private school; requiring plans for responding to a crisis or emergency in public schools, charter schools and private schools to include the plans, procedures and information included in the model plan developed by the Department; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 205—Committee on Education. Approved May 12, 2015

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AN ACT relating to health care; prohibiting policies of health insurance and health care plans from denying coverage for topical ophthalmic products under certain circumstances; requiring a pharmacist to dispense early refills of topical ophthalmic products under certain circumstances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 217—Senators Kieckhefer, Hardy and Roberson. Approved May 12, 2015

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AN ACT relating to vehicles; revising provisions governing the permissible operation of certain vehicles upon a sidewalk; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 263—Committee on Transportation. Approved May 12, 2015

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AN ACT relating to education; revising provisions concerning the submission of a plan to improve the achievement of pupils enrolled in public school in this State; requiring the State Board to review each plan submitted by the principal of a school and make certain recommendations to the Department of Education; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 30—Committee on Education. Approved May 12, 2015

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AN ACT relating to the Nevada Employment Security Council; altering certain duties assigned to the Council; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 154—Committee on Commerce and Labor. Approved May 12, 2015

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AN ACT relating to local governments; revising provisions governing the day on which certain governing bodies must hold budget hearings on tentative budgets prepared by those governing bodies; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 19—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved May 12, 2015

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AN ACT relating to peace officers; providing the powers of peace officer to all sworn personnel of the Department of Public Safety; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 58—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved May 12, 2015

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AN ACT relating to public utilities; extending to the landlord of a manufactured home park the applicability of provisions governing the resale of certain utility services by the landlord of a mobile home park or owner of a company town; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 74—Committee on Commerce and Labor. Approved May 12, 2015

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AN ACT relating to state financial administration; revising the process for designating certain debts owed to the Division of Industrial Relations of the Department of Business and Industry and to the State Gaming Control Board as bad debts; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 14—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved May 12, 2015

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AN ACT relating to the criminal justice system; revising the membership of the Advisory Commission on the Administration of Justice; requiring the Advisory Commission to appoint a subcommittee to conduct an interim study concerning parole; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 449—Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 12, 2015

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AN ACT relating to education; revising provisions governing the licensure of certain teachers who are not citizens or lawful permanent residents of the United States; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 27—Committee on Education. Approved May 13, 2015

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AN ACT relating to the security of personal information; expanding the definition of “personal information”; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 179—Assemblymen Flores, Carrillo, Diaz, Elliot Anderson; Araujo, Armstrong, Benitez-Thompson, Bustamante Adams, Carlton, Dickman, Dooling, Ellison, Gardner, Joiner, Jones, Kirkpatrick, Moore, Munford, Nelson, Ohrenschall, O’Neill, Seaman, Shelton, Silberkraus, Spiegel, Sprinkle, Swank, Thompson and Trowbridge. Joint Sponsors: Senators Denis, Kihuen, Spearman; and Manendo. Approved May 13, 2015

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AN ACT relating to education; revising provisions relating to the enrollment of pupils in charter schools; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 200—Senators Hammond and Denis. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Armstrong and Woodbury. Approved May 13, 2015

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AN ACT relating to the Public Employees’ Retirement System; revising provisions governing the biennial audit of the System; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 180—Assemblymen Armstrong, Edwards, Kirner, Hambrick, O’Neill; Elliot Anderson, Paul Anderson, Bustamante Adams, Diaz, Dickman, Dooling, Ellison, Fiore, Flores, Gardner, Hickey, Jones, Kirkpatrick, Moore, Munford, Nelson, Ohrenschall, Oscarson, Seaman, Silberkraus, Stewart, Titus, Trowbridge, Wheeler and Woodbury. Joint Sponsor: Senator Harris. Approved May 13, 2015

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AN ACT relating to health care; requiring the Division of Public and Behavioral Health of the Department of Health and Human Services to establish the Stroke Registry; providing for the inclusion of comprehensive stroke centers on the list of stroke centers maintained by the Division; requiring a hospital on the list of stroke centers to report certain data to the Registry; revising provisions governing continuing education requirements for certain providers of health care; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 196—Committee on Health and Human Services. Approved May 13, 2015

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AN ACT relating to public utilities; requiring the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada to adopt regulations authorizing a public utility which purchases natural gas for resale to expand its infrastructure in a manner consistent with a program of economic development proposed by the public utility and approved by the Commission; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 151—Senators Atkinson, Kihuen, Ford; and Settelmeyer. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Kirkpatrick, Sprinkle; and Carlton. Approved May 13, 2015

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AN ACT making a supplemental appropriation to the Supreme Court of Nevada for an unanticipated shortfall in revenue for Fiscal Year 2014-2015 resulting from a deficit in the collection of administrative assessments; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 469—Committee on Finance. Approved May 13, 2015

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AN ACT relating to motor vehicles; requiring the Department of Motor Vehicles to design, prepare and issue special license plates honoring veterans of the Armed Forces of the United States who have received the Silver Star or the Bronze Star Medal with “V” device, Combat V or Combat Distinguishing Device, as applicable; exempting the special license plates from certain provisions otherwise applicable to special license plates; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 103—Assemblyman Oscarson. Joint Sponsor: Senator Goicoechea. Approved May 14, 2015

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AN ACT relating to special license plates; revising provisions relating to disabled veterans who are entitled to special license plates; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 250—Committee on Transportation. Approved May 14, 2015

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AN ACT relating to service animals; making certain provisions relating to service animals and service animals in training applicable only when the animal is a dog or a miniature horse; revising provisions governing the use of a service animal by a person with a disability; allowing an employer to determine whether it is reasonable to allow an employee to keep a service animal that is a miniature horse at the place of employment; allowing a place of public accommodation or common carrier to determine whether it is reasonable to admit a service animal or service animal in training that is a miniature horse; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 157—Assemblymen Oscarson, Ellison; Armstrong, Titus and Wheeler. Joint Sponsor: Senator Goicoechea. Approved May 14, 2015

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AN ACT relating to the residential construction tax; revising provisions governing the authorized uses of the tax; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 25—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved May 14, 2015

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AN ACT relating to the Nevada Indian Commission; creating the Nevada Indian Commission’s Gift Fund; designating the Commission as the coordinating agency for certain discussions regarding activities at and uses of the buildings and grounds of the former Stewart Indian School; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 63—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved May 14, 2015

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AN ACT relating to energy assistance; revising various provisions relating to the Fund for Energy Assistance and Conservation; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 73—Committee on Commerce and Labor. Approved May 14, 2015

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AN ACT relating to public utilities; revising provisions governing certain proposed changes in schedules of rates or services submitted to the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada by a public utility; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 75—Committee on Commerce and Labor. Approved May 14, 2015

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AN ACT relating to insurance; revising provisions governing certain duties of insurers with regard to coverage and claims for persons who are eligible for or provided medical assistance under Medicaid; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 87—Committee on Commerce and Labor. Approved May 14, 2015

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AN ACT relating to emergency management; establishing the Nevada Intrastate Mutual Aid System within the Division of Emergency Management of the Department of Public Safety; creating the Intrastate Mutual Aid Committee; setting forth the duties of the Committee; setting forth the circumstances under which a participant in the System may request intrastate mutual aid before, during or after an emergency; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 90—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved May 14, 2015

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AN ACT relating to motor vehicles; revising the procedures by which certain males authorize the Department of Motor Vehicles to register them with the Selective Service System as required by federal law; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 131—Assemblymen O’Neill, Wheeler, Kirner; Armstrong, Ellison and Moore. Approved May 14, 2015

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AN ACT relating to motor vehicles; providing certain limitations on the headlamps on certain vehicles; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 188—Assemblyman Carrillo. Approved May 14, 2015

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AN ACT relating to historic preservation; revising the definition of “historic” for the purposes of the provisions relating to the preservation of prehistoric and historic sites; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 194—Assemblymen Swank, Hickey, Carrillo; Araujo, Armstrong, Bustamante Adams, Diaz, Dickman, Flores, Neal, O’Neill, Spiegel, Sprinkle and Thompson. Approved May 14, 2015

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AN ACT relating to the acquisition of real property by a county; authorizing a board of county commissioners to enter into certain real estate transactions with the Federal Government under certain circumstances; authorizing the State Land Registrar to transfer certain real property owned by the State of Nevada to Mineral County without consideration; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 202—Assemblyman Hansen. Approved May 14, 2015

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AN ACT relating to water; revising provisions relating to the use of water on certain lands in a federal reclamation project; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 415—Committee on Natural Resources, Agriculture, and Mining. Approved May 14, 2015

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AN ACT relating to public welfare; revising the membership of the Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee within the Department of Health and Human Services; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 14—Committee on Health and Human Services. Approved May 14, 2015

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AN ACT relating to substance abuse; transferring the authority to adopt certain regulations relating to certification of detoxification technicians, facilities and programs from the Division of Public and Behavioral Health of the Department of Health and Human Services to the State Board of Health; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 31—Committee on Health and Human Services. Approved May 14, 2015

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AN ACT relating to criminal procedure; revising provisions governing the waiver of the right of a criminal defendant to be present during sentencing proceedings; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 55—Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 14, 2015

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AN ACT relating to vehicles; increasing the maximum speed at which a person may drive or operate a vehicle; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 2—Senator Gustavson. Approved May 14, 2015

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AN ACT relating to local government planning; revising provisions relating to agreements for the development of land entered into between the governing body of a local government and one or more persons having a legal or equitable interest in the land; establishing a procedure for the amendment or cancellation of such an agreement by the governing body; revising provisions governing the contents and scope of such an agreement; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 66—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved May 14, 2015

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AN ACT relating to insurance fraud; revising the definition of “insurance fraud” to include fraudulent acts or omissions related to certain policies issued outside this State; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 85—Committee on Commerce, Labor and Energy. Approved May 14, 2015

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AN ACT relating to public utilities; increasing the maximum amount of the civil penalty that may be imposed for violating certain regulations adopted by the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada; defining the term “high consequence subsurface installation”; revising the definition of the term “subsurface installation”; increasing the maximum amount of the civil penalty that may be imposed for certain violations relating to excavation or demolition near a subsurface installation; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 86—Committee on Commerce, Labor and Energy. Approved May 14, 2015

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AN ACT relating to motor vehicles; allowing the holders of certain special license plates which designate certain older vehicles to request that those special license plates be personalized prestige license plates; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 121—Senator Brower (by request). Approved May 14, 2015

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AN ACT relating to motor vehicles; revising the definition of a trimobile; revising provisions governing the Account for the Program for the Education of Motorcycle Riders; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 142—Senator Gustavson. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Fiore, Hansen, Carrillo; Dickman, Ellison, Jones, O’Neill, Oscarson, Titus and Wheeler. Approved May 14, 2015

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AN ACT relating to local governments; requiring the governing body of a local government to make certain information available to the public before the governing body meets to approve a collective bargaining agreement or similar agreement; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 158—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved May 14, 2015

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AN ACT relating to legal services; establishing certain requirements applicable to a contingent fee contract for legal services entered into by the Attorney General or any other officer, agency or employee of the Executive Department of the State Government; limiting the amount of the fee that may be collected by a retained attorney or law firm pursuant to such a contract; requiring the Attorney General to prepare and submit certain reports concerning such contracts; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 244—Senator Brower. Approved May 14, 2015

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AN ACT relating to vehicles; providing that certain vehicles which are used as a source of parts are not to be regulated as solid waste; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 281—Senator Hammond. Approved May 14, 2015

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AN ACT relating to redevelopment; revising provisions relating to the termination of certain redevelopment plans; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 297—Senator Hardy. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Spiegel, Stewart and Silberkraus. Approved May 14, 2015

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AN ACT relating to postsecondary education; revising provisions governing refunds paid by private postsecondary educational institutions; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 418—Committee on Education. Approved May 14, 2015

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AN ACT relating to public money; authorizing a county treasurer to deposit county money in certain insured deposit accounts in insured banks, insured credit unions or insured savings and loan associations; providing for the redeposit of money under the control of the State Treasurer, county money, city money or money under the control of the treasurer of an incorporated city or other local government into insured deposit accounts in one or more other insured banks, insured credit unions or insured savings and loan associations under certain circumstances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 448—Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 14, 2015

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AN ACT relating to financial administration; revising provisions relating to the Office of Grant Procurement, Coordination and Management of the Department of Administration; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 473—Committee on Finance. Approved May 14, 2015

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AN ACT relating to criminal offenders; revising provisions that establish the capabilities of electronic devices which may be used to supervise parolees, probationers and certain other offenders who are subject to electronic supervision; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 37—Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 14, 2015

348

92

AN ACT relating to facilities for the dependent; authorizing the Division of Public and Behavioral Health of the Department of Health and Human Services to impose certain administrative sanctions against a person who operates a facility for the dependent without a license; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 222—Assemblyman Kirner (by request). Approved May 18, 2015

356

93

AN ACT relating to the Virgin Valley Water District; authorizing the District to issue certain letters for commitment to supply water service; requiring the annual renewal of such letters; providing a fee; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 271—Senator Hardy. Joint Sponsor: Assemblyman Edwards. Approved May 18, 2015

358

94

AN ACT relating to health care; increasing the cap on the application fee for the Physician Visa Waiver Program; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 39—Committee on Health and Human Services. Approved May 18, 2015

359

95

AN ACT relating to health care; requiring money remaining in the Fund for Hospital Care to Indigent Persons at the end of a fiscal year to be carried over to the next fiscal year; making various other changes relating to the Fund; abolishing the Hospital Assessment Account and the Supplemental Account for Medical Assistance to Indigent Persons; repealing provisions authorizing the Board of Trustees of the Fund to require certain hospitals to pay an assessment for certain purposes; abolishing the Fund for the Institutional Care of the Medically Indigent; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 41—Committee on Health and Human Services. Approved May 18, 2015

360

96

AN ACT relating to governmental administration; eliminating the requirement that the Personnel Commission and the Administrator of the Division of Human Resource Management of the Department of Administration submit certain biennial reports; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 61—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved May 18, 2015

363

97

AN ACT relating to agriculture; deleting obsolete provisions governing the initial membership of each state grazing board; revising provisions which require the State Department of Agriculture to compensate the owners of any animals that are destroyed because of infection with or exposure to an infectious, contagious or parasitic disease; requiring certain administrative fines that are paid to the Department to be accounted for separately and used for certain purposes; revising the definition of “food establishment” to exclude certain establishments where animals are slaughtered and certain facilities that produce eggs; authorizing the Director of the Department to impose a civil penalty for certain violations relating to agricultural products and seeds; authorizing the Director to release certain imported potatoes without an inspection; repealing misdemeanor penalties; deleting provisions which require all nuts, fruits and vegetables that are offered for sale to be mature but not overripe; repealing certain provisions concerning the labeling of commercial feed for livestock; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 79—Committee on Natural Resources, Agriculture, and Mining. Approved May 18, 2015

366

98

AN ACT relating to sanitation; exempting an organizational camp that is owned or operated by a nonprofit organization from the sanitation requirements applicable to construction and labor camps in certain circumstances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 99—Assemblyman Ellison. Approved May 18, 2015

373

99

AN ACT relating to land use planning; revising provisions governing the membership of the Executive Council of the Land Use Planning Advisory Council; requiring that any recommendations and proposed regulations relating to land use planning policies in areas of critical environmental concern be developed by the Land Use Planning Advisory Council; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 144—Committee on Natural Resources, Agriculture, and Mining. Approved May 18, 2015

374

100

AN ACT relating to governmental administration; abolishing the Advisory Committee Concerning the Children’s Health Insurance Program, the Fund for the Institutional Care of the Medically Indigent and the Board of Trustees of the Fund, the Rural Advisory Board to Expedite Proceedings for the Placement of Children, the Advisory Board on Water Resources Planning and Development, the Collection Agency Advisory Board and the State and Local Government Panel on Renewable and Efficient Energy; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 456—Committee on Legislative Operations and Elections. Approved May 18, 2015

376

101

AN ACT making a supplemental appropriation to the Office of the Attorney General for projected extradition costs; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 427—Committee on Finance. Approved May 18, 2015

382

102

AN ACT relating to long-term care; requiring the State Long-Term Care Ombudsman to develop certain training to be made available to officers, directors and employees of a facility for long-term care; requiring the Ombudsman to provide certain training to advocates who assist the Ombudsman in providing services to the residents of a facility; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 28—Committee on Health and Human Services. Approved May 19, 2015

382

103

AN ACT relating to cancer; authorizing the use of a radiation machine for mammography for screening, diagnostic or therapeutic purposes; revising provisions governing the system for reporting information on cancer maintained by the Chief Medical Officer; removing fees imposed on health care facilities for abstracting information from the facilities in certain circumstances; revising the penalty for certain violations relating to the reporting of such information; repealing an obsolete provision; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 42—Committee on Health and Human Services. Approved May 19, 2015

384

104

AN ACT relating to child welfare; revising provisions concerning the persons responsible for a child’s welfare; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 52—Committee on Health and Human Services. Approved May 19, 2015

387

105

AN ACT relating to campaign practices; clarifying that certain candidates who are elected despite ending their campaigns must file with the Secretary of State certain campaign finance reports; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 63—Committee on Legislative Operations and Elections. Approved May 19, 2015

388

106

AN ACT relating to contractors; revising provisions regarding the advertising of construction services and the soliciting of construction bids; increasing penalties for certain violations of provisions governing contractors; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 137—Assemblymen Ellison, Wheeler, Hambrick, Fiore, Hansen; Armstrong, Dickman, Gardner, Hickey, Kirner, Munford, O’Neill, Oscarson, Seaman, Silberkraus, Stewart and Trowbridge. Joint Sponsors: Senators Goicoechea; and Settelmeyer. Approved May 19, 2015

389

107

AN ACT relating to public services for children; creating the Account for the Statewide Alert System for the Safe Return of Abducted Children in the State General Fund; authorizing the Committee for the Statewide Alert System to expend the money in the Account for certain purposes; authorizing the Committee to apply for gifts, grants and donations for certain purposes; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 424—Committee on Health and Human Services. Approved May 19, 2015

394

108

AN ACT relating to gaming; requiring the Nevada Gaming Commission to adopt regulations relating to the development of certain technology in gaming; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 9—Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 19, 2015

396

109

AN ACT relating to prison industries; revising provisions governing the use of money in the Fund for New Construction of Facilities for Prison Industries; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 96—Senator Parks (by request). Approved May 19, 2015

398

110

AN ACT relating to campaign practices; establishing certain exceptions to the requirement that political advertising must disclose information about the person or entity compensating the advertiser or paying for the advertising; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 104—Senator Settelmeyer. Approved May 19, 2015

399

111

AN ACT relating to court reporters; increasing the compensation for certain services provided by a court reporter in district court; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 131—Senator Brower. Approved May 19, 2015

401

112

AN ACT relating to witnesses; providing judicial discretion as to the disclosure of a writing used to refresh a witness’s memory before testifying; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 135—Senator Brower. Approved May 19, 2015

404

113

AN ACT relating to criminal procedure; revising provisions relating to the return of seized property; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 191—Senator Brower. Approved May 19, 2015

405

114

AN ACT relating to county government; revising the membership of the county fair and recreation board of certain counties; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 480—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved May 19, 2015

406

115

AN ACT relating to education; providing for disciplinary and licensure proceedings against administrators, teachers and other employees of a public school for failure to comply with certain provisions of law regarding bullying and cyber-bullying; providing for a cause of action related thereto; creating the Office for a Safe and Respectful Learning Environment within the Department of Education; providing for the appointment of the Director of the Office; providing the duties of the Office; amending provisions relating to reports of and investigations into incidents of bullying; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 504—Committee on Finance. Approved May 20, 2015

409

116

AN ACT relating to the adoption of children; revising provisions restricting adoptions based on the ages of a child and a prospective adoptive parent; revising provisions relating to the adoption of a child by married persons; revising provisions concerning orders and decrees of adoption; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 151—Assemblymen Araujo, Benitez-Thompson; Bustamante Adams, Flores and Neal. Joint Sponsor: Senator Denis. Approved May 20, 2015

419

117

AN ACT relating to gaming; revising provisions governing the moving of the location of a gaming establishment and the transferring of its license to another location; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 124—Senators Hammond and Goicoechea. Joint Sponsor: Assemblyman Oscarson. Approved May 20, 2015

421

118

AN ACT relating to education; authorizing the superintendent of schools of a school district to allow a modification to the requirement that a pupil be suspended or expelled from public school for certain acts; revising provisions governing the crimes of disturbing the peace at a public school and assault on a pupil or school employee; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 212—Senators Hammond, Lipparelli, Gustavson, Harris, Farley; Denis and Goicoechea. Approved May 20, 2015

423

119

AN ACT relating to public safety; requiring the Department of Motor Vehicles to establish a registry of emergency contact information for certain persons who possess a driver’s license, identification card or driver authorization card; requiring certain law enforcement personnel to use the registry to notify an emergency contact person regarding any persons involved in a motor vehicle accident; authorizing certain law enforcement personnel to use the registry to notify an emergency contact person regarding any persons involved in an accident or emergency situation other than a motor vehicle accident; providing immunity from liability to the Department and others with access to the registry for certain acts and omissions related to the registry; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 3—Senator Gustavson. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen O’Neill and Silberkraus. Approved May 20, 2015

429

120

AN ACT relating to peace officers; requiring each law enforcement agency to adopt policies setting forth when a peace officer who is employed by the agency is required to be trained in effective responses to incidents involving dogs or where dogs are present; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 147—Senators Parks, Manendo, Woodhouse; and Carrillo. Approved May 20, 2015

447

121

AN ACT relating to public officers and employees; authorizing payroll offsets to recover money related to delinquent balances on state-issued travel charge cards; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 24—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved May 20, 2015

448

122

AN ACT relating to special fuels; revising the definition of “special fuel dealer” for the purpose of provisions relating to taxes imposed on special fuels; revising the amount of the tax imposed on the sale or use of liquefied petroleum gas and compressed natural gas; revising provisions governing the conversion of volumetric measurements of liquefied petroleum gas and liquefied natural gas for the purpose of the taxation of the sale or use of liquefied petroleum gas and liquefied natural gas; revising provisions governing the content of certain tax returns filed with the Department of Motor Vehicles by a special fuel dealer or special fuel manufacturer; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 32—Committee on Taxation. Approved May 20, 2015

449

123

AN ACT relating to public works; providing that certain documents and other information submitted by a person seeking a contract with a public body to construct certain public works are confidential until notice of intent to award the contract is issued; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 43—Committee on Transportation. Approved May 20, 2015

451

124

AN ACT relating to taxation; revising provisions governing the taxation of purchases of direct mail to ensure continued compliance with the Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 57—Committee on Taxation. Approved May 20, 2015

458

125

AN ACT relating to the Department of Administration; revising the authority of the Administrator of the State Public Works Division of the Department of Administration with respect to the leasing of certain office rooms; requiring the Administrator to consider regulations adopted by the State Public Works Division when entering into such real property leases; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 59—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved May 20, 2015

461

126

AN ACT relating to taxing districts; imposing, in a city that has created a taxing district to improve and maintain publicly owned facilities for tourism and entertainment, in addition to any other surcharge, a surcharge on the per night charge for the rental of a room in a hotel in the district other than a hotel that holds a nonrestricted gaming license; imposing, in a city that has created such a taxing district, in addition to any other surcharge, an additional surcharge on the per night charge for the rental of a room in a hotel in the district that holds a nonrestricted gaming license; providing that the surcharges must be collected and used by the county fair and recreation board only for specified purposes; creating in a county in which is located a city that has created a taxing district to improve and maintain publicly owned facilities for tourism and entertainment a district for the promotion of tourism comprised of certain property within the county, including property located within any city in the county, other than property located in the district created by the city; requiring the board of county commissioners of the county to prescribe the boundaries of the district; imposing a surcharge on the per night charge for the rental of a room in a hotel in the district; providing that the money collected from the surcharge must be collected and used by the county fair and recreation board only for specified purposes; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 312—Senator Kieckhefer. Approved May 21, 2015

464

127

AN ACT relating to public health; authorizing certain entities to obtain auto-injectable epinephrine for use when a person experiences anaphylaxis; specifying the qualifications of persons authorized to provide or administer auto-injectable epinephrine; requiring certain entities that maintain auto-injectable epinephrine to report the circumstances surrounding each administration of auto-injectable epinephrine; authorizing certain providers of health care to issue an order for auto-injectable epinephrine to a school or certain other entities; providing immunity to certain persons for acts or omissions relating to the acquisition, possession or administration of auto-injectable epinephrine in certain circumstances; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 158—Committee on Health and Human Services. Approved May 21, 2015

468

128

AN ACT relating to real property; requiring the grantee to whom real property is conveyed under an agreement for a deed in lieu of a foreclosure sale to record the conveyance within 30 days after the date of the conveyance; providing that a grantee who fails to record such a conveyance is liable for certain damages and attorney’s fees and costs; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 183—Assemblyman Elliot Anderson. Approved May 21, 2015

475

129

AN ACT relating to motor vehicles; revising provisions governing the requirements for special license plates, a special parking placard or a special parking sticker issued by the Department of Motor Vehicles to certain persons with disabilities; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 204—Assemblyman Carrillo. Approved May 21, 2015

476

130

AN ACT relating to professions; revising provisions governing certain reporting requirements for the Board of Medical Examiners; revising provisions governing the maintenance of the Internet website maintained by the Board of Medical Examiners; revising the requirements for licensure by the Board of Medical Examiners; revising provisions governing certain examinations to determine the competency of a physician, osteopathic physician or physician assistant; authorizing the issuance of a restricted license to practice medicine to a physician licensed in another state under certain circumstances; revising provisions governing disciplinary action or the denial of licensure by the Board of Medical Examiners or the State Board of Osteopathic Medicine; revising the definition of sentinel event for certain purposes; revising provisions governing the summary suspension of a license by the Board of Medical Examiners or the State Board of Osteopathic Medicine; revising certain procedural provisions governing the filing of a formal complaint against a licensee by the Board of Medical Examiners or the State Board of Osteopathic Medicine; revising provisions authorizing the Board of Medical Examiners and the State Board of Osteopathic Medicine to make service of process on a licensee; subjecting licensees of the Board of Medical Examiners and the State Board of Osteopathic Medicine to disciplinary and administrative action for self-reporting a violation of a law, rule or regulation; providing penalties; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 227—Committee on Commerce and Labor. Approved May 21, 2015

483

131

AN ACT relating to chiropractic; authorizing the President, or a designated member, of the Chiropractic Physicians’ Board of Nevada to require certain chiropractic physicians or chiropractor’s assistants to submit to a mental or physical examination under certain circumstances; providing that the results of such an examination or the details of a chiropractic physician or chiropractor’s assistant’s participation in a diversion program to address alcohol or drug misuse may be exchanged with the Board; revising the unprofessional conduct for which a practitioner of chiropractic may be subject to discipline; revising the requirements for a license to practice chiropractic; providing a waiver of fees for certain applicants for a temporary license to practice chiropractic; revising the requirements for the reinstatement of a license to practice chiropractic; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 231—Assemblyman Oscarson. Approved May 21, 2015

507

132

AN ACT relating to real estate; revising the manner in which the fair market value of certain manufactured homes is determined; revising the definition of “dealer” for certain purposes to exclude a manufactured home park or an owner or agent of a manufactured home park; revising provisions relating to the issuance of limited lien resale licenses and permits authorizing a landlord or manager to sell a used mobile home; revising the circumstances under which a natural person who only offers or negotiates the terms of a residential mortgage loan is exempt from certain provisions governing mortgage brokers and mortgage agents; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 270—Committee on Commerce and Labor. Approved May 21, 2015

515

133

AN ACT relating to emergency medical services; requiring persons who provide emergency medical services at certain special events to be licensed attendants or exempt from such licensure; exempting special events held in certain small cities from the requirement to provide certain emergency medical services; requiring physicians who staff certain large special events to have experience providing emergency medical services; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 308—Assemblywoman Woodbury. Joint Sponsor: Senator Hardy. Approved May 21, 2015

520

134

AN ACT relating to pupils; allowing pupils to self-administer prescribed medications for diabetes under certain circumstances; requiring a public school to establish protocols for containing blood-borne pathogens and the handling and disposal of needles, medical devices and other medical waste; providing immunity from liability to certain school administrators and employees for certain harm as a result of the self-administration of medication by a pupil; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 285—Assemblymen Woodbury, Oscarson; and Titus. Approved May 21, 2015

524

135

AN ACT relating to taxation; authorizing a county, city or town to use that portion of money received by the county, city or town from the imposition of certain motor vehicle fuel taxes for the construction, maintenance and repair of certain rights-of-way within the jurisdiction of the county, city or town; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 366—Assemblymen Silberkraus, Gardner and Dooling. Approved May 21, 2015

527

136

AN ACT relating to unclaimed property; clarifying the applicability of the Uniform Unclaimed Property Act; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 419—Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 21, 2015

535

137

AN ACT relating to motorcycles; prohibiting a local authority from enacting an ordinance which conflicts with certain state laws governing the operation and equipment of a motorcycle or moped; revising provisions governing handlebars on a motorcycle or moped; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 422—Committee on Transportation. Approved May 21, 2015

535

138

AN ACT relating to manufactured housing; revising provisions governing continuing education of managers and assistant managers of manufactured home parks; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 454—Committee on Commerce and Labor. Approved May 21, 2015

536

139

AN ACT relating to claims against the State; providing for the recovery of attorney’s fees and litigation expenses by prevailing parties in criminal actions under certain circumstances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 186—Senators Brower and Ford. Approved May 21, 2015

538

140

AN ACT relating to criminal procedure; revising the limitation of time for disclosure of the factual content of reports of presentence investigations and certain recommendations by the Division of Parole and Probation of the Department of Public Safety; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 11—Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 22, 2015

540

141

AN ACT relating to foster care; authorizing a licensing authority to conduct a background check on a person who routinely supervises a child in a foster home; requiring an applicant or person licensed to conduct a foster home to prevent such a person from being present in the foster home if the background check reports certain prior criminal convictions of the person; allowing a person who routinely supervises a child in a foster home for whom an investigation is conducted an opportunity to correct such information; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 268—Committee on Health and Human Services. Approved May 22, 2015

540

142

AN ACT relating to economic development; revising the membership of the Regional Business Development Advisory Council for Clark County; providing that certain entities participating in the Council are nonvoting members; revising provisions relating to certain reports submitted to the Council; clarifying the requirement that the Council submit certain reports to the Director of the Legislative Counsel Bureau; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 116—Assemblywomen Bustamante Adams and Neal. Approved May 22, 2015

548

143

AN ACT relating to wineries; revising provisions relating to the operation of a winery in this State; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 4—Assemblyman Hickey. Approved May 25, 2015

551

144

AN ACT relating to health insurance; revising provisions governing the Board of Directors of the Silver State Health Insurance Exchange; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 86—Committee on Commerce and Labor. Approved May 25, 2015

554

145

AN ACT relating to veterans; establishing “Veterans Day at the Legislature” as a day of observance; revising provisions relating to preferences in state purchasing and state public works for a business owned and operated by a veteran with a service-connected disability; authorizing the Governor to require the naming of a state building, park, highway or other property after a deceased member of the Armed Forces of the United States under certain circumstances; requiring certain state agencies and regulatory bodies to report certain information to the Interagency Council on Veterans Affairs; requiring the Council to report such information to the Legislature; requiring the Director of the Department of Veterans Services to compile in digital form certain information relating to state laws that affect veterans; requiring the Director to provide such information electronically to certain veterans for whom the Department has an electronic mail address of record; requiring the Director to maintain such information on its Internet website; authorizing xeriscaping in the area immediately above and surrounding the interred remains of a veteran at a veterans’ cemetery under certain circumstances; providing for the disposition of the unclaimed remains of a veteran by certain county agencies; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 62—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved May 25, 2015

556

146

AN ACT relating to juveniles; providing that, under certain circumstances, the juvenile court must place a child who is alleged to have engaged in prostitution or the solicitation of prostitution under the supervision of the juvenile court subject to certain terms and conditions; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 153—Assemblymen Araujo, Diaz, Hambrick; Benitez-Thompson, Flores, O’Neill and Thompson. Joint Sponsor: Senator Denis. Approved May 25, 2015

569

147

AN ACT relating to peace officers; authorizing certain peace officers to wear a portable event recording device while on duty; requiring certain law enforcement agencies to adopt policies and procedures governing the use of portable event recording devices; providing that, with certain limitations, records made by portable event recording devices are public records; exempting the use of portable event recording devices from the provisions governing the interception of certain communications; exempting the use of portable event recording devices upon certain property; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 162—Assemblymen Munford, Wheeler; Ohrenschall and Shelton. Approved May 25, 2015

571

148

AN ACT relating to criminal procedure; revising provisions relating to the introduction of evidence at a preliminary examination or grand jury proceeding; revising provisions relating to the use of audiovisual technology to present live witness testimony at a preliminary examination or grand jury proceeding; revising provisions relating to notice given to a person whose indictment is being considered by a grand jury; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 193—Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 25, 2015

576

149

AN ACT relating to real property; revising provisions governing the amount of a deficiency judgment awarded by a court after the foreclosure of a mortgage or a deed of trust; revising provisions governing the amount which a person holding a junior lien on real property may recover in a civil action under certain circumstances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 195—Assemblyman Nelson. Approved May 25, 2015

581

150

AN ACT relating to crimes; increasing the statute of limitations for sexual assault; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 212—Assemblywoman Bustamante Adams (by request). Approved May 25, 2015

583

151

AN ACT relating to cosmetology; revising provisions governing advertising of services relating to the practice of cosmetology; establishing the procedures for the registration and training of apprentices for aestheticians, hair designers and nail technologists; establishing the procedures for the registration of shampoo technologists; providing a fee for the registration of such apprentices and shampoo technologists; revising provisions relating to the licensure of various cosmetology professionals, cosmetological establishments and schools of cosmetology; revising provisions concerning service animals and service animals in training that are on the premises of a licensed establishment for hair braiding or cosmetological establishment; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 246—Assemblywomen Bustamante Adams and Diaz. Approved May 25, 2015

584

152

AN ACT relating to criminal procedure; requiring a court to consider the differences between juvenile and adult offenders when determining an appropriate sentence for a person convicted as an adult for an offense committed when the person was less than 18 years of age; eliminating the imposition of a sentence of life without the possibility of parole upon a person convicted of a crime committed when the person was less than 18 years of age; providing that a prisoner who was sentenced as an adult for certain offenses that were committed when he or she was less than 18 years of age is eligible for parole after the prisoner has served a certain number of years; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 267—Assemblymen Hambrick, Hickey, Paul Anderson, Thompson; Elliot Anderson, Araujo, Diaz, Ohrenschall, O’Neill, Seaman and Titus. Joint Sponsors: Senators Hammond, Parks, Ford; Manendo and Settelmeyer. Approved May 25, 2015

617

153

AN ACT relating to public health; requiring a provider of health care who provides certain services to patients located in this State through telehealth to have a valid license or certificate in this State; making persons who provide such services through telehealth to patients subject to the laws and jurisdiction of this State; requiring certain insurers to provide coverage to insureds for services provided through telehealth to the same extent as though provided in person; authorizing a hospital to provide staff privileges to certain providers of health care to provide services through telehealth; requiring the Commissioner of Insurance to consider health care services that may be provided by providers through telehealth when evaluating certain network plans; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 292—Assemblyman Oscarson. Joint Sponsors: Senators Hardy and Goicoechea. Approved May 25, 2015

619

154

AN ACT relating to public health; authorizing the holder of a permit to operate an ambulance service, air ambulance service or fire-fighting agency to obtain an endorsement on the permit to allow certain employees and volunteers to provide community paramedicine services; requiring certain health authorities to prepare an annual report concerning the provision of community paramedicine services; repealing a provision which prohibited certain fire-fighting agencies from obtaining a permit to provide intermediate or advanced medical care; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 305—Assemblyman Oscarson. Approved May 25, 2015

648

155

AN ACT relating to motor vehicles; providing for the issuance of special license plates indicating support for the Boy Scouts of America; providing for the issuance of special license plates recognizing that a person has achieved the rank of Eagle Scout in the Boy Scouts of America; providing for the issuance of special license plates recognizing that a person has been awarded the Girl Scout Gold Award by the Girl Scouts of America; imposing a fee for the issuance and renewal of such license plates; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 449—Committee on Transportation. Approved May 25, 2015

653

156

AN ACT relating to autism spectrum disorders; removing certification of autism behavior interventionists by the Board of Psychological Examiners; requiring an autism behavior interventionist to be registered by a certain national board; revising the cap on the amount of required insurance coverage for certain treatment; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 6—Committee on Commerce and Labor. Approved May 25, 2015

667

157

AN ACT relating to state lands; creating the Account for the Protection and Rehabilitation of the Stewart Indian School for the purpose of repairing and maintaining the historic state buildings and grounds of the Stewart Indian School; requiring the Director of the State Department of Conservation and Natural Resources to consult with an advisory committee that provides a prioritized list of projects to be funded from money in the Account; authorizing the Administrator of the Division of State Lands of the Department to make a direct sale of certain parcels of land located within Carson City for the purpose of funding the Account; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 15—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved May 25, 2015

698

158

AN ACT relating to economic development; providing for the establishment by the Executive Director of the Office of Economic Development of a nonprofit entity for certain economic development purposes; revising provisions governing the confidentiality of certain records and documents; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 17—Committee on Taxation. Approved May 25, 2015

700

159

AN ACT relating to criminal records; providing for the establishment within the Central Repository for Nevada Records of Criminal History of a service to conduct a name-based search of records of criminal history of an employee, prospective employee, volunteer or prospective volunteer; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 47—Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 25, 2015

704

160

AN ACT relating to administrative procedure; revising provisions governing the standard of proof in administrative hearings; making various other changes to the Nevada Administrative Procedure Act; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 53—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved May 25, 2015

706

161

AN ACT relating to local financial administration; revising provisions governing the operation of the Committee on Local Government Finance; revising provisions relating to the management of a local government existing in a severe financial emergency; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 54—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved May 25, 2015

722

162

AN ACT relating to specialty court programs; revising provisions governing programs of treatment for the abuse of alcohol or drugs; defining the term “treatment provider”; replacing certain references to a facility for the treatment of alcohol or drugs with the term “treatment provider”; authorizing a court to allow a person to complete treatment for the abuse of alcohol or drugs under the supervision of a treatment provider in another jurisdiction in certain circumstances; requiring a treatment provider to comply with the requirements of a specialty court in certain circumstances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 81—Committee on Health and Human Services. Approved May 25, 2015

742

163

AN ACT relating to the City of Reno; making various changes relating to appointive officers and appointive employees of the City; clarifying provisions relating to filling vacancies in elective offices by appointment or special election; requiring the City Manager to prepare a document setting forth the organization of every department and other office of the City; amending provisions relating to the appointment of members of the Charter Committee; amending the qualifications for the position of City Manager; requiring the City Manager to prepare and maintain a classification plan for all positions in the City’s Civil Service System; making various other changes relating to the System; making various other changes to the Charter of the City of Reno; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 88—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved May 25, 2015

765

164

AN ACT relating to parentage; requiring the State Registrar of Vital Statistics to prepare and file a birth certificate with the name or names of the intended parent or parents pursuant to an order issued by a district court in Nevada which validates a gestational agreement; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 92—Assemblywoman Benitez-Thompson. Approved May 25, 2015

778

165

AN ACT relating to motor carriers; exempting the transportation of workers to and from certain work sites from the definition of “charter bus transportation” in certain counties; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 101—Assemblyman Ellison. Approved May 25, 2015

781

166

AN ACT relating to public works; revising provisions relating to contracts between a public body and a design professional; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 106—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved May 25, 2015

783

167

AN ACT relating to criminal procedure; authorizing courts to allow certain victims of sex trafficking or involuntary servitude who have been convicted of certain crimes to have their judgments of conviction vacated; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 108—Assemblyman Elliot Anderson. Approved May 25, 2015

785

168

AN ACT relating to punishment for crimes; revising the minimum age at which a child may be punished under certain circumstances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 124—Assemblymen Diaz, Carrillo, Elliot Anderson, Kirkpatrick, Ohrenschall; Araujo, Bustamante Adams, Carlton, Dickman, Flores, Joiner, Neal, Sprinkle, Swank and Thompson. Joint Sponsor: Senator Denis. Approved May 25, 2015

787

169

AN ACT relating to estates; revising provisions authorizing the summary administration of the estate of a decedent; revising provisions concerning the distribution or transfer of assets from certain small estates of decedents; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 130—Assemblymen Nelson, Jones, Armstrong, Fiore; Dickman, Gardner, Kirner, Moore, Ohrenschall, Silberkraus and Woodbury. Approved May 25, 2015

788

170

AN ACT relating to domestic relations; revising provisions governing the division of property and the award of alimony or spousal support in cases involving veterans with a service-connected disability; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 140—Assemblymen Wheeler, Dickman; Dooling, Ellison, Fiore, O’Neill and Seaman. Joint Sponsors: Senators Gustavson; and Settelmeyer. Approved May 25, 2015

791

171

AN ACT relating to motor vehicles; authorizing an insurer who provides a contract of insurance for the operation of a motor vehicle to provide, upon the request of the insured and to the extent available, evidence of that insurance in an electronic format that can be displayed on a mobile electronic device; prohibiting a peace officer to whom such a device is presented for the purpose of showing evidence of insurance from intentionally viewing any other content on the device; providing that the person presenting such a device for the purpose of showing evidence of insurance assumes all liability for any damage to the device; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 143—Assemblymen Carrillo, Elliot Anderson; Bustamante Adams, Diaz, Joiner, Neal, Ohrenschall, Stewart and Wheeler. Approved May 25, 2015

795

172

AN ACT relating to common-interest communities; revising certain provisions concerning a period of declarant’s control of a unit-owners’ association; revising certain provisions relating to elections of the members of the executive board of a unit-owners’ association; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 192—Assemblymen Woodbury; Carrillo and Stewart. Approved May 25, 2015

799

173

AN ACT relating to eminent domain; prohibiting a local government from entering into an agreement for the purpose of exercising the power of eminent domain to take a mortgage or deed of trust on private property or a note secured by a mortgage or deed of trust on private property; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 201—Assemblymen Kirkpatrick, Thompson, Elliot Anderson, Benitez-Thompson; Araujo, Bustamante Adams, Carlton, Hansen, Kirner, Neal, Spiegel, Swank and Wheeler. Approved May 25, 2015

801

174

AN ACT relating to crimes; defining the term “abandonment” as it relates to the care of older persons and vulnerable persons; revising the definitions of the terms “abuse,” “exploitation” and “isolation” as they relate to offenses committed upon older persons and vulnerable persons; revising provisions concerning the reporting of abuse, neglect, exploitation, isolation or abandonment of an older person; requiring that the name and other identifying information of a person who reports the abuse, neglect, exploitation, isolation or abandonment of an older person or a vulnerable person be redacted before certain data or information concerning the report is made available in certain circumstances; prohibiting the abandonment of an older person or a vulnerable person; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 223—Assemblymen O’Neill; Armstrong, Dickman, Kirner, Silberkraus and Wheeler. Approved May 25, 2015

802

175

AN ACT relating to records of criminal history; revising provisions relating to records of criminal history; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 224—Assemblyman O’Neill. Approved May 25, 2015

841

176

AN ACT relating to public health; requiring a county, provider of health care or medical facility to ensure that a person who tests positive on a rapid test for the human immunodeficiency virus is counseled to receive a second test to confirm the result; revising the qualifications of a person that only performs certain tests for the detection of the human immunodeficiency virus in a medical laboratory; providing that the laboratory director of a laboratory that only conducts certain tests for the detection of the human immunodeficiency virus may not be required to be a physician or perform any duties not prescribed by statute; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 243—Assemblymen Thompson, Titus, Araujo; Silberkraus and Sprinkle. Joint Sponsors: Senators Atkinson, Spearman; and Manendo. Approved May 25, 2015

847

177

AN ACT relating to vehicle dealers; revising provisions relating to used vehicle dealers; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 251—Committee on Transportation. Approved May 25, 2015

850

178

AN ACT relating to common-interest communities; prohibiting restrictions on the freedom to display the flag of the State of Nevada in a common-interest community; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 301—Assemblymen Stewart, Oscarson; Hickey and Spiegel. Approved May 25, 2015

851

179

AN ACT relating to child welfare; revising provisions concerning required requests for the credit report of a child in the custody of an agency which provides child welfare services; revising provisions concerning missing and runaway children; requiring an agency which provides child welfare services that receives information concerning a missing child in the custody of the agency to report such information to a law enforcement agency; requiring the Division of Child and Family Services of the Department of Health and Human Services to adopt certain procedures concerning children who have run away from a foster home; revising requirements concerning permanency hearings; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 324—Assemblyman Sprinkle. Approved May 25, 2015

853

180

AN ACT relating to domestic relations; authorizing a party in certain domestic relations actions to file a postjudgment motion to obtain adjudication of certain property and liabilities that were omitted from the final decree or judgment as the result of fraud or mistake; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 362—Assemblywoman Swank. Approved May 25, 2015

860

181

AN ACT relating to evidence; authorizing a law enforcement agency to destroy certain physical evidence under certain conditions; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 371—Assemblymen Stewart; Hickey and Woodbury. Approved May 25, 2015

864

182

AN ACT relating to the Nevada State Prison; requiring the State Land Registrar to determine which structures, buildings and other property of the Prison are appropriate for continued administration by the Department of Corrections and to assign that property to the Silver State Industries Division of the Department; requiring the Registrar to determine which structures, buildings and other property of the Prison are appropriate for administration as a historical, cultural, educational and scientific resource and to assign that property to an appropriate state agency for administration; creating the Silver State Industries Endowment Fund and the Endowment Fund for the Historic Preservation of the Nevada State Prison and prescribing the uses of the money in the Funds; authorizing the Department of Corrections and any other state agency to which an assignment of property of the Prison is made to grant a special use permit or enter into an agreement with a nonprofit corporation relating to commercial and tourist activities at the Prison; requiring the Board of Museums and History to establish a dedicated trust fund for the study and development of certain property of the Prison; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 377—Assemblymen O’Neill, Swank, Silberkraus, Hickey, Kirkpatrick; Araujo, Benitez-Thompson, Ellison, Flores, Hambrick, Kirner and Stewart. Joint Sponsors: Senators Manendo, Gustavson, Settelmeyer, Kieckhefer and Kihuen. Approved May 25, 2015

866

183

AN ACT relating to the Legislature; establishing the Nevada Legislature Oral History Program; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 384—Assemblywomen Swank, Joiner, Kirkpatrick and Carlton. Approved May 25, 2015

871

184

AN ACT relating to taxation; revising the provisions governing the exemption from property taxes of certain property used for religious worship; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 391—Assemblymen Hickey, Dickman; Joiner, Kirner and Sprinkle. Approved May 25, 2015

875

185

AN ACT relating to emergency medical services; revising the composition of the Committee on Emergency Medical Services; making provisions governing providers of health care applicable to persons who are licensed as attendants or certified as emergency medical technicians, advanced emergency medical technicians or paramedics; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 425—Committee on Health and Human Services. Approved May 25, 2015

876

186

AN ACT making a supplemental appropriation to the State Distributive School Account for a shortfall resulting from an unanticipated increase in K-12 enrollment for the 2013-2014 and 2014-2015 school years; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 429—Committee on Finance. Approved May 25, 2015

879

187

AN ACT making a supplemental appropriation to the Department of Public Safety for projected costs for visiting dignitary protection assignments; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 465—Committee on Ways and Means. Approved May 25, 2015

879

188

AN ACT making a supplemental appropriation to the Office of the Lieutenant Governor for projected payroll and other costs associated with the 2015 Legislative Session; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 442—Committee on Ways and Means. Approved May 25, 2015

880

189

AN ACT relating to education; revising the policy for all school districts and public schools to provide a safe and respectful learning environment; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 112—Assemblyman Elliot Anderson. Approved May 25, 2015

880

190

AN ACT relating to alcoholic beverages; authorizing a person who suffers certain injuries relating to alcoholic beverages to bring a civil action for the recovery of damages and attorney’s fees and costs; increasing the quantity of spirits a craft distillery may export to another state; increasing the quantity of spirits that a craft distillery may serve samples of or sell at retail for consumption off the premises; allowing a craft distillery to donate and transport spirits for charitable purposes under certain circumstances; allowing a craft distillery to transfer in bulk certain spirits to a supplier; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 246—Senators Settelmeyer and Gustavson. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Seaman, Titus; and Silberkraus. Approved May 27, 2015

882

191

AN ACT relating to persons with disabilities; making certain voting members of 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 nonvoting members; requiring the Subcommittee to make certain recommendations; revising provisions relating to the program to provide devices for telecommunication to persons with impaired speech or hearing; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 200—Committee on Health and Human Services. Approved May 27, 2015

885

192

AN ACT relating to support; revising provisions of the Uniform Interstate Family Support Act; revising the effective date of certain provisions of the Act relating to foreign support orders, foreign tribunals and certain persons residing in foreign countries; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 13—Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 27, 2015

890

193

AN ACT relating to prisoners; providing that an employee of or a contractor or volunteer for a prison commits sexual abuse of a prisoner or unauthorized custodial conduct if he or she voluntarily engages or attempts to engage in certain acts with certain prisoners in lawful custody or confinement; revising provisions relating to voluntary sexual conduct between certain prisoners in lawful custody or confinement and other persons; providing penalties; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 16—Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 27, 2015

896

194

AN ACT relating to state financial administration; revising provisions governing the procedure for the revision of the budget of the Executive Department of the State Government; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 20—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved May 27, 2015

901

195

AN ACT relating to prisoners; revising provisions governing the assessment by the Department of Corrections of prisoners convicted of sexual offenses; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 45—Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 27, 2015

903

196

AN ACT relating to juvenile justice; revising provisions relating to the enforcement of certain civil judgments entered by a juvenile court for unpaid fines, administrative assessments, fees or restitution; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 46—Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 27, 2015

906

197

AN ACT relating to crimes; extending the period during which criminal records may not be sealed if the crime is related to certain crimes involving Medicaid; revising provisions relating to incentives for bringing certain actions for false or fraudulent Medicaid claims; revising provisions governing the distribution of amounts collected to private plaintiffs in actions for false claims; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 48—Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 27, 2015

908

198

AN ACT relating to ethics in government; revising provisions relating to ethics in government; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 60—Committee on Legislative Operations and Elections. Approved May 27, 2015

916

199

AN ACT relating to public affairs; making various changes relating to the regulation of notaries public; authorizing the Secretary of State to conduct certain examinations of the records of a document preparation service; revising provisions relating to the authentication by the Secretary of State of certain information contained on notarized documents; revising the definition of “document preparation service” to exclude certain nonprofit organizations and collection agencies; making various changes relating to the regulation of document preparation services; authorizing the Secretary of State to adopt regulations prescribing procedures to prevent the filing of certain documents in his or her office; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 65—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved May 27, 2015

926

200

AN ACT relating to justice courts; revising the qualifications of justices of the peace in certain townships; increasing the monetary limit of the jurisdiction of justice courts; increasing the monetary limit on the claims that may be adjudicated under the procedure for small claims; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 66—Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 27, 2015

938

201

AN ACT relating to the Commission on Judicial Discipline; requiring a determination or finding by the Commission to be recorded in the minutes of the proceedings of the Commission in certain circumstances; revising the definition of the term “judge” for purposes of the jurisdiction of the Commission; requiring any complaint or action filed in connection with any proceeding of the Commission to be filed in the Supreme Court; revising provisions concerning the appointment of justices of the peace and municipal judges to sit on the Commission in certain circumstances; requiring appointing authorities to appoint one or more alternate members to serve on the Commission; revising the information the Commission is required to disclose if a witness before the Commission is prosecuted for perjury; revising provisions relating to the confidentiality of deliberative sessions and proceedings of the Commission; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 68—Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 27, 2015

949

202

AN ACT relating to wildlife; revising the process by which the Board of Wildlife Commissioners establishes certain policies and adopts certain regulations; revising provisions governing programs for the management and control of predatory wildlife; revising certain provisions governing county advisory boards to manage wildlife; revising the membership of the State Predatory Animal and Rodent Committee; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 78—Committee on Natural Resources, Agriculture, and Mining. Approved May 27, 2015

955

203

AN ACT relating to wills; providing that a will which is delivered or presented to the clerk of a district court becomes part of the permanent record maintained by the clerk; providing that such wills become court records open to inspection unless sealed pursuant to certain provisions of the Nevada Supreme Court Rules; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 97—Assemblyman Ellison. Approved May 27, 2015

960

204

AN ACT relating to education; requiring reports of accountability for public schools to include certain information regarding pupils who qualify for free or reduced-price lunches pursuant to federal law; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 107—Committee on Education. Approved May 27, 2015

963

205

AN ACT relating to education; clarifying the rights of pupils at public schools regarding the free exercise of religion and freedom of expression; requiring the governing body of each public school to adopt a policy providing a grievance process for pupils claiming that those rights have been violated; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 120—Assemblymen Wheeler, Ellison, Jones, Oscarson; Dickman, Dooling, Moore and O’Neill. Approved May 27, 2015

969

206

AN ACT relating to wildlife; requiring the Board of Wildlife Commissioners to adopt regulations prescribing the circumstances under which a person may assist a licensed hunter with certain disabilities in the killing and retrieval of a big game mammal; requiring the Department of Wildlife to make reasonable accommodations for the completion of a course in the responsibilities of hunters by persons with disabilities; authorizing a person hunting during a period of a hunting season in which hunting is restricted to the use of only archery equipment or a muzzle-loading firearm to carry certain handguns for self-defense; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 136—Assemblymen Ellison, Wheeler, Fiore; Dickman, Moore, Seaman and Titus. Approved May 27, 2015

970

207

AN ACT relating to education; revising the eligibility criteria for a student to receive a Governor Guinn Millennium Scholarship; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 150—Assemblymen Stewart, Carrillo; Flores and Nelson. Approved May 27, 2015

974

208

AN ACT relating to public welfare; revising the manner in which the Director of the Department of Health and Human Services determines whether a community is at-risk for purposes of provisions relating to family resource centers; requiring a family resource center to obtain input from certain elected officials when creating an action plan; requiring a case manager at a family resource center to collect and analyze data to monitor the performance of certain responsibilities by members of families receiving services from the family resource center; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 156—Assemblyman Thompson. Approved May 27, 2015

977

209

AN ACT relating to courts; revising provisions concerning the locations in which justice courts and municipal courts must be held; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 160—Assemblymen Ellison; and Wheeler. Approved May 27, 2015

979

210

AN ACT relating to public health; authorizing a manufacturer to provide or make available an investigational drug, biological product or device to certain patients under certain circumstances; prohibiting an officer, employee or agent of this State from preventing or attempting to prevent a patient from accessing such an investigational drug, biological product or device under certain circumstances; authorizing a physician to prescribe or recommend an investigational drug, biological product or device to certain persons under certain circumstances; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 164—Assemblymen Ohrenschall, Wheeler, Fiore; Araujo, Armstrong, Diaz, Dickman, Gardner, Jones, Moore, Seaman, Shelton, Stewart and Swank. Joint Sponsors: Senators Woodhouse, Segerblom and Manendo. Approved May 27, 2015

981

211

AN ACT relating to special license plates; authorizing the Commission on Special License Plates to request the Legislative Commission to direct the Legislative Auditor to perform an audit of certain charitable organizations which receive additional fees collected by the Department of Motor Vehicles for special license plates; revising provisions regarding the application submitted to the Department by certain persons seeking a special license plate intended to generate financial support for an organization; revising provisions requiring certain charitable organizations which receive additional fees paid for special license plates to provide certain documents and records annually to the Commission on Special License Plates; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 189—Assemblymen Wheeler, O’Neill; Dickman and Seaman. Approved May 27, 2015

993

212

AN ACT relating to public safety; revising provisions relating to penalties for soliciting a child for prostitution; revising the purposes for which money in the Contingency Account for Victims of Human Trafficking may be used; revising the process by which the Director of the Department of Health and Human Services may make allocations of money from the Contingency Account in cases of emergency; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 214—Assemblyman Sprinkle. Approved May 27, 2015

1002

213

AN ACT relating to the Department of Corrections; requiring certain provisions to be included in contracts entered into between the Director of the Department of Corrections and public or private entities to provide certain services to offenders or parolees participating in a correctional or judicial program for reentry of offenders and parolees into the community; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 225—Assemblymen Neal, Thompson, Diaz; Bustamante Adams and Munford. Joint Sponsors: Senators Segerblom, Atkinson and Ford. Approved May 27, 2015

1004

214

AN ACT relating to state agencies; providing for the promotion of public engagement by state agencies using the Internet and Internet tools; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 236—Assemblymen Neal, Spiegel, Thompson, Elliot Anderson; Araujo, Benitez-Thompson, Bustamante Adams, Carlton, Carrillo, Diaz, Flores, Joiner, Kirkpatrick, Munford, Ohrenschall, Sprinkle and Swank. Joint Sponsors: Senators Atkinson and Spearman. Approved May 27, 2015

1006

215

AN ACT relating to crimes; providing an enhanced penalty for committing certain repeat offenses of placing graffiti on or otherwise defacing certain property; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 244—Assemblymen Stewart, Ellison; and Silberkraus. Approved May 27, 2015

1008

216

AN ACT relating to the Legislature; requiring a cooling-off period before a former State Legislator may act as a paid lobbyist before the Legislature; providing an exception; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 273—Assemblyman Hickey. Approved May 27, 2015

1011

217

AN ACT relating to crimes; prohibiting a person from making or causing to be made certain nonemergency telephone calls under certain circumstances; providing penalties; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 287—Assemblymen Flores, O’Neill, Jones, Moore, Carrillo; Dickman, Dooling, Ellison, Fiore, Gardner, Joiner, Seaman, Silberkraus, Spiegel, Sprinkle, Trowbridge, Wheeler and Woodbury. Joint Sponsors: Senators Spearman; Denis and Kihuen. Approved May 27, 2015

1013

218

AN ACT relating to commercial tenancies; revising provisions relating to prohibitions on a landlord’s interference with a tenant’s use of commercial premises under certain circumstances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 379—Assemblyman Ohrenschall. Approved May 27, 2015

1015

219

AN ACT relating to taxation; enacting provisions relating to the imposition, collection and remittance of sales and use taxes by retailers located outside this State; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 380—Assemblywoman Kirkpatrick. Approved May 27, 2015

1016

220

AN ACT relating to drivers’ licenses; authorizing reciprocal agreements with certain other countries concerning the licensing of drivers; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 383—Assemblymen Kirkpatrick and Paul Anderson. Joint Sponsor: Senator Hammond. Approved May 27, 2015

1021

221

AN ACT relating to district courts; providing for the realignment of certain judicial districts; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 435—Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 27, 2015

1023

222

AN ACT relating to education; revising provisions relating to an individualized education program for a pupil with a hearing impairment; revising provisions governing parent representation of the educational interests of a pupil with a disability; revising provisions relating to the minimum standards prescribed by the State Board of Education for pupils with hearing impairments; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 13—Committee on Education. Approved May 27, 2015

1025

223

AN ACT relating to mental health; ratifying and enacting the Interstate Compact on Mental Health; designating the Administrator of the Division of Public and Behavioral Health of the Department of Health and Human Services as the Compact Administrator; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 35—Committee on Health and Human Services. Approved May 27, 2015

1028

224

AN ACT relating to public health; repealing provisions that provide for a statewide health information exchange system; authorizing the Director of the Department of Health and Human Services to establish or contract with a health information exchange to serve as the statewide health information exchange; providing for the certification of a health information exchange; providing for an administrative fine to be imposed for operating a health information exchange without obtaining a certification; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 48—Committee on Health and Human Services. Approved May 27, 2015

1037

225

AN ACT relating to the State Personnel System; requiring the Personnel Commission to adopt certain regulations governing the employment, promotion, dismissal, demotion or suspension of state employees; authorizing the Commission to adopt certain regulations relating to state employees with disabilities and applicants for positions affecting public safety; making various other changes relating to the State Personnel System; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 62—Committee on Legislative Operations and Elections. Approved May 27, 2015

1044

226

AN ACT relating to public bodies; making various changes relating to meetings of public bodies; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 70—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved May 27, 2015

1051

227

AN ACT relating to taxation; revising provisions governing the partial abatement of taxes for new or expanding businesses; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 74—Committee on Revenue and Economic Development. Approved May 27, 2015

1062

228

AN ACT relating to education; revising provisions governing the manner in which certain examinations are administered; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 75—Committee on Education. Approved May 27, 2015

1083

229

AN ACT relating to taxation; clarifying provisions governing appeals to the State Board of Equalization of appraisals and assessments of property tax on the property of mines; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 78—Committee on Revenue and Economic Development. Approved May 27, 2015

1084

230

AN ACT relating to public utilities; authorizing the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada to modify resource plans submitted by certain public utilities; authorizing a public utility to consent to or reject some or all of such modifications; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 87—Committee on Commerce, Labor and Energy. Approved May 27, 2015

1087

231

AN ACT relating to the Statewide Central Registry for the Collection of Information Concerning the Abuse or Neglect of a Child; expanding access to the information contained in the Central Registry; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 88—Committee on Health and Human Services. Approved May 27, 2015

1097

232

AN ACT relating to taxation; revising the provisions governing transferable tax credits for film and other productions; narrowing the class of persons who may apply for such tax credits; revising the process for making and acting upon such an application; revising the provisions governing the calculation of the tax credits; revising the limitation on the total amount of tax credits that may be issued; repealing the prospective expiration of the provisions governing the tax credits; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 94—Senator Ford. Approved May 27, 2015

1098

233

AN ACT relating to telecommunications; authorizing, rather than requiring, the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada to establish certain standards of performance for and the imposition of penalties against a telecommunication provider; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 112—Committee on Commerce, Labor and Energy. Approved May 27, 2015

1109

234

AN ACT relating to motor vehicles; revising provisions governing the issuance by the Department of Motor Vehicles of a refund or credit for certain fees and taxes paid upon the transfer or cancellation of vehicle registration in certain circumstances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 127—Senator Settelmeyer. Approved May 27, 2015

1111

235

AN ACT relating to implements of husbandry; providing for the refund of certain taxes paid by a farmer or rancher on bulk purchases of special fuels; revising the definition of “implement of husbandry”; revising certain provisions relating to farm vehicles and implements of husbandry; revising certain provisions relating to the operation, towing or transportation of implements of husbandry on the highways of this State; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 155—Senators Goicoechea, Gustavson and Settelmeyer. Approved May 27, 2015

1114

236

AN ACT relating to motor vehicles; providing that a person who drives through a roadblock established because of flooding is liable for the expenses of any emergency response required to assist the driver or any passenger, or to move or remove the vehicle from the area; providing an exception; providing that a person convicted of reckless driving for driving a vehicle into an area that is temporarily covered with water may be liable for the expenses of any emergency response required to assist the driver or any passenger, or to move or remove the vehicle from the area; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 156—Senators Parks, Spearman; Harris and Manendo. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Carrillo, Joiner and Spiegel. Approved May 27, 2015

1121

237

AN ACT relating to governmental administration; enacting the State and Local Government Cooperation Act; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 157—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved May 27, 2015

1123

238

AN ACT relating to education; requiring the governing body of a new charter school or a charter school that is expanding enrollment by a certain percentage or opening a new facility to provide notice concerning the application and enrollment process to parents or legal guardians who live within a certain distance from the charter school; revising provisions governing a lottery held to determine which applicants may enroll in a charter school; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 208—Senators Harris, Hardy, Gustavson, Denis, Farley; Hammond and Settelmeyer. Approved May 27, 2015

1125

239

AN ACT relating to workers’ compensation; limiting the amount of a controlled substance that certain providers of health care may dispense to an injured employee; revising provisions related to the time that an insurer has to pay a bill submitted by a provider of health care; revising provisions relating to injured employees who were injured while intoxicated or under the influence of a controlled or prohibited substance; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 231—Committee on Commerce, Labor and Energy. Approved May 27, 2015

1133

240

AN ACT relating to workers’ compensation; providing to a workers’ compensation insurer, organization for managed care, third-party administrator or employer certain subrogation rights regarding certain payments made for the treatment of an injured employee; revising provisions relating to the reopening of a workers’ compensation claim; revising provisions relating to a lump-sum award to an employee for a permanent partial disability; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 232—Committee on Commerce, Labor and Energy. Approved May 27, 2015

1137

241

AN ACT relating to payday lending; enacting the Payday Lender Best Practices Act; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 242—Senator Roberson. Approved May 27, 2015

1143

242

AN ACT relating to elections; revising provisions regarding the provision of assistance in casting a ballot to a person with a disability or a person with an inability to read or write English; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 248—Committee on Health and Human Services. Approved May 27, 2015

1146

243

AN ACT relating to local government financial administration; reducing the time in which a person who is owed certain money by a county may make a demand for payment; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 249—Senators Goicoechea and Hardy. Approved May 27, 2015

1149

244

AN ACT relating to professions; ratifying the Interstate Medical Licensure Compact; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 251—Senators Hardy, Roberson, Brower, Farley, Harris; Ford, Goicoechea and Gustavson. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Oscarson and Titus. Approved May 27, 2015

1150

245

AN ACT relating to innkeepers; revising provisions relating to the civil liability of innkeepers; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 256—Senators Farley, Hardy; Harris and Settelmeyer. Approved May 27, 2015

1165

246

AN ACT relating to veterans; temporarily creating the Account to Assist Veterans Who Have Suffered Sexual Trauma and prescribing the uses of the money in the Account; temporarily requiring the Director of the Department of Veterans Services to develop plans and programs to assist veterans who have suffered sexual trauma while on active duty or during military training; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 268—Senators Woodhouse, Ford, Spearman, Parks, Kihuen; Atkinson, Denis, Manendo and Segerblom. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Swank, Joiner and Araujo. Approved May 27, 2015

1166

247

AN ACT relating to controlled substances; requiring each person who is authorized to prescribe or dispense a controlled substance to be provided access to the database of the computerized program to track prescriptions for certain controlled substances that are filled by pharmacies; requiring each practitioner who is authorized to prescribe controlled substances to access the database and, to the extent that the program allows, review certain information and verify to the Board that he or she continues to have access to the database; authorizing various professional licensing boards to take disciplinary action against a person who fails to comply with these requirements; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 288—Senators Denis; and Woodhouse. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Araujo and Sprinkle. Approved May 27, 2015

1168

248

AN ACT relating to the Information Technology Advisory Board; requiring the Board to conduct a study of peering that includes an analysis of potential benefits of peering arrangements to the State and its political subdivisions; requiring the Board to submit a report of its study to the Director of the Legislative Counsel Bureau for transmittal to the 79th Session of the Nevada Legislature; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 289—Senator Denis. Joint Sponsor: Assemblyman Paul Anderson. Approved May 27, 2015

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AN ACT relating to campaign practices; requiring certain persons who do not file declarations of candidacy or acceptances of candidacy or appear on an election ballot within a certain period to dispose of unspent contributions; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 293—Senators Brower, Roberson; and Kieckhefer. Joint Sponsor: Assemblyman Hickey. Approved May 27, 2015

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AN ACT relating to the protection of children; revising provisions relating to the circumstances under which a child is considered to be in need of protection; revising provisions concerning proceedings related to the termination of parental rights; revising the powers and duties of the Legislative Committee on Child Welfare and Juvenile Justice; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 303—Senator Hammond. Approved May 27, 2015

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AN ACT relating to local government financing; extending the termination date of certain tourism improvement districts; revising provisions governing the use of certain proceeds from the local school support tax to finance or reimburse a tourism improvement district; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 310—Senator Kieckhefer. Approved May 27, 2015

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AN ACT relating to education; authorizing the governing body of a private school or a university school for profoundly gifted pupils to provide a program of distance education; revising provisions governing apportionments and allowances from the State Distributive School Account to include pupils who are enrolled full-time in a program of distance education provided by a university school for profoundly gifted pupils; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 313—Senator Kieckhefer. Approved May 27, 2015

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AN ACT relating to public safety; authorizing under certain circumstances the operation of a motorized wheelchair and the movement of other pedestrians on a highway or a lane set aside for the use of bicycles and electric bicycles; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 354—Senators Denis, Manendo; Hammond and Woodhouse. Joint Sponsor: Assemblyman Araujo. Approved May 27, 2015

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AN ACT relating to insurance; providing for the licensure of a producer of limited lines travel insurance; authorizing such producers to offer and disseminate travel insurance through certain travel retailers; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 373—Senator Hardy. Approved May 27, 2015

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AN ACT relating to the taxation of property; revising provisions governing the filing of an appeal by mail with a county board of equalization; revising provisions governing the assessment of the common elements of common-interest communities; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 377—Senator Parks (by request). Approved May 27, 2015

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AN ACT relating to family trust companies; providing for the appointment of guardians for certain family members and beneficiaries; providing for the designation of representatives of beneficiaries; providing for the confidentiality of certain trust documents and communications; providing for a rebuttable presumption of good faith for the actions of certain fiduciaries; authorizing certain transactions by certain fiduciaries; revising reporting requirements for certain fiduciaries; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 384—Senator Kieckhefer. Approved May 27, 2015

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AN ACT relating to condominium hotels; incorporating certain amendments to the Uniform Common-Interest Ownership Act into the Condominium Hotel Act; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 389—Senator Ford. Approved May 27, 2015

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AN ACT relating to education; revising provisions governing the preferences for enrollment in a charter school by authorizing a preference for a pupil who is enrolled in a public school of a school district that is over its intended capacity for enrollment by a certain percentage and for a pupil who is enrolled in certain underperforming public schools; requiring each school district to post a list of each public school of the school district that is over its intended capacity for enrollment, if any; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 390—Senators Harris, Hammond, Farley, Lipparelli; and Kieckhefer. Approved May 27, 2015

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AN ACT relating to craft food operations; exempting a craft food operation from certain inspections and other rules enforced by certain health authorities; providing certain requirements for a craft food operation; providing that certain pickled foods may be prepared and sold by a craft food operation; providing requirements for the training of and registration for a person who produces certain pickled foods for a craft food operation; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 441—Committee on Commerce, Labor and Energy. Approved May 27, 2015

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AN ACT relating to trains; creating the Nevada High-Speed Rail Authority to provide for the Nevada High-Speed Rail System; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 457—Committee on Transportation. Approved May 27, 2015

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AN ACT relating to the Public Employees’ Retirement System; eliminating the position of Assistant Investment Officer; creating the position of Chief Financial Officer; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 12—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved May 27, 2015

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AN ACT relating to county hospitals; authorizing the board of hospital trustees of a county hospital to hold a closed meeting under certain circumstances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 33—Committee on Health and Human Services. Approved May 27, 2015

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AN ACT relating to business; revising various provisions governing the state business license; requiring certain persons who are not required to obtain a state business license to obtain a certificate of exemption from the Secretary of State; revising provisions governing the penalty imposed on a person who conducts a business in this State without obtaining a state business license; revising provisions governing the annual renewal of a state business license; revising provisions governing the duties of a registered agent; authorizing certain business entities to dissolve or surrender their right to transact business in this State without paying certain fees and penalties under certain circumstances; authorizing certain business entities to renew or revive their right to transact business in this State under certain circumstances; revising provisions governing the filing of articles of conversion by an entity converting into a domestic entity; revising provisions governing the service of process on business entities; requiring the Secretary of State to assign business identification numbers under certain circumstances; revising provisions relating to the location where certain documents of a business entity are maintained; providing penalties; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 39—Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 27, 2015

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AN ACT relating to civil liability; limiting the civil liability of certain persons for injuries or death resulting from certain inherent risks of equine activities; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 129—Senators Goicoechea; Gustavson and Settelmeyer. Joint Sponsor: Assemblyman Ellison. Approved May 27, 2015

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AN ACT relating to children; revising provisions relating to guardians ad litem for a child in certain circumstances; requiring the instruction of pupils in personal safety; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 394—Senators Roberson, Hardy, Farley, Hammond and Harris. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Hickey and Woodbury. Approved May 27, 2015

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AN ACT relating to common-interest communities; revising provisions governing a unit-owners’ association’s lien on a unit for certain amounts due to the association; revising provisions governing the foreclosure of an association’s lien; requiring the trustee under a deed of trust securing real property to provide a homeowners’ association certain notice concerning the Foreclosure Mediation Program under certain circumstances; requiring certain financial institutions to provide certain contact information to the Division of Financial Institutions of the Department of Business and Industry; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 306—Senators Ford and Hammond. Approved May 27, 2015

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AN ACT relating to motor vehicles; revising the speed limit that is specific to school buses that are transporting pupils; making a conforming change in the provisions governing pupils who have a restricted driver’s license; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 410—Senators Goicoechea and Hammond. Approved May 28, 2015

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AN ACT relating to criminal procedure; revising provisions governing the commitment and release of incompetent criminal defendants; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 54—Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 28, 2015

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AN ACT relating to insurance; repealing provisions governing the provision of medical records by a personal injury claimant or a claimant’s attorney upon the request of an insurer or other party against whom a claim is asserted under a policy of insurance covering certain motor vehicles; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 162—Senator Roberson. Approved May 28, 2015

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AN ACT relating to liens; prohibiting the filing of a lien or other encumbrance against the property of certain persons under certain circumstances; revising provisions concerning the validity of certain liens filed against certain persons; providing criminal and civil penalties; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 197—Senator Brower. Approved May 28, 2015

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AN ACT relating to state financial administration; requiring the transfer of certain money from the Account to Stabilize the Operation of the State Government to the State General Fund; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 490—Committee on Finance. Approved May 28, 2015

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272

AN ACT relating to public safety; providing that the affirmative defense available to certain persons who drive a vehicle and proximately cause substantial bodily harm to or the death of another person cannot be offered by a person also charged with violating certain other provisions of law; increasing the maximum term of imprisonment for a person who leaves the scene of an accident that results in bodily injury to or the death of a person; providing that the bodily injury to or the death of each person that results from an accident of which a person leaves the scene constitutes a separate offense; providing that the sentence of a person convicted of leaving the scene of an accident that results in bodily injury to or the death of a person may not be suspended nor may probation be granted to the person; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 245—Committee on Transportation. Approved May 29, 2015

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273

AN ACT relating to governmental financing; extending the maximum period of maturity for certain special obligation bonds issued to provide funding for highway construction projects; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 21—Committee on Transportation. Approved May 29, 2015

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274

AN ACT relating to gaming; providing that certain actions and proceedings of the Board are not subject to certain provisions of the Open Meeting Law; changing the name of the State Gaming Control Board to the Nevada Gaming Control Board; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 40—Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 29, 2015

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275

AN ACT relating to judgments; revising provisions governing judgments by confession in justice courts; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 44—Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 29, 2015

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AN ACT making supplemental appropriations to the Department of Corrections for shortfalls in projected personnel costs; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 468—Committee on Ways and Means. Approved May 29, 2015

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277

AN ACT relating to displaced homemakers; requiring a person who commences an action for the termination of a domestic partnership in a district court to pay a fee to the county clerk for use by the Director of the Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation to administer the provisions of law relating to the education and counseling of displaced homemakers; increasing the fee paid to the county clerk for use by the Director; providing that the member of the Board for the Education and Counseling of Displaced Homemakers who is a displaced homemaker may be a current or former displaced homemaker; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 132—Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 29, 2015

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278

AN ACT relating to transportation; revising provisions relating to the use of safety belts in taxicabs; providing for the regulation by the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada of transportation network companies; requiring the establishment of fees and annual assessments for a transportation network company; authorizing a transportation network company that holds a valid permit issued by the Commission to make its digital network or software application service available to one or more drivers to receive connections to passengers from the company; establishing requirements concerning the qualifications of, the provision of insurance for and the operation and maintenance of motor vehicles operated by drivers who provide transportation services; prohibiting a local government from imposing on a transportation network company or a driver for such a company any additional tax or fee or requirement as a condition of providing transportation services; providing that a transportation network company or driver who provides transportation services pursuant to a valid permit issued by the Commission is not subject to certain provisions of law governing motor carriers; providing penalties; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 175—Committee on Transportation. Approved May 29, 2015

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AN ACT relating to transportation; requiring the regional transportation commission in certain counties to establish and administer the Nevada Yellow Dot Program; setting forth the requirements of the Program; requiring the commission in those counties to establish a campaign to raise public awareness of the Program; conferring immunity from civil liability for damages for a first responder under certain circumstances; revising provisions relating to casualty insurance for certain uses of motor vehicles; providing for the regulation of transportation network companies by the Nevada Transportation Authority; establishing requirements concerning drivers and motor vehicles operated by drivers who provide transportation services; prohibiting a local government from imposing any additional tax, fee or requirement for providing transportation services; exempting a transportation network company or driver who provides transportation services from certain provisions of law governing motor carriers; transferring responsibility for certain fees, assessments and excise taxes from the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada to the Authority; requiring an investigation and comparison of certain types of background checks; providing penalties; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 176—Assemblymen Armstrong, Paul Anderson, Silberkraus, Edwards; Dickman, Ellison, Kirner, Oscarson and Titus. Approved May 29, 2015

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280

AN ACT relating to state business licenses; providing that a person is not required to obtain a state business license if the sole activity in this State of the person’s business is to respond to a request for vehicles or equipment in response to certain emergencies; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 36—Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 29, 2015

1413

281

AN ACT relating to public employees; revising provisions governing the eligibility of newly hired public officers and employees for participation in the Public Employees’ Benefits Program; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 472—Committee on Finance. Approved May 29, 2015

1416

282

AN ACT relating to anatomical gifts; revising provisions governing the election by the holder of a driver’s license, a driver authorization card or an identification card as to whether the holder wishes to be a donor of all or part of his or her body; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 206—Senator Kieckhefer. Approved May 29, 2015

1418

283

AN ACT relating to fraudulent conveyances; clarifying that the periods of limitation set forth in the Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act do not apply to spendthrift trusts; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 264—Senators Lipparelli, Hardy, Harris, Farley; Goicoechea and Settelmeyer. Approved May 29, 2015

1422

284

AN ACT relating to Oriental medicine; exempting certain acupuncturists from the provisions of state law governing the practice of Oriental medicine; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 393—Senators Parks and Segerblom. Approved May 29, 2015

1423

285

AN ACT relating to drivers’ licenses; revising provisions governing the submission of documents required to declare veteran status when applying for or renewing an instruction permit, driver’s license, commercial driver’s license or identification card; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 209—Senators Brower and Hardy. Approved May 29, 2015

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286

AN ACT relating to persons with disabilities; creating the Nevada ABLE Savings Program as a qualified ABLE program under the federal Achieving a Better Life Experience Act of 2014; authorizing the creation of a program within the Aging and Disability Services Division of the Department of Health and Human Services to provide independent living services and assistive technology for persons with disabilities who need independent living services; revising the terms of members of the Nevada Commission on Services for Persons with Disabilities; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 419—Committee on Health and Human Services. Approved May 29, 2015

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287

AN ACT relating to crimes; providing that certain employees of or volunteers at a school who are convicted of engaging in sexual conduct with certain pupils are subject to various statutory provisions relating to sex offenders; providing that certain employees of a college or university who are convicted of engaging in sexual conduct with certain students are also subject to various statutory provisions relating to sex offenders; revising provisions relating to certain employees of or volunteers at a school who engage in sexual conduct with certain pupils; prohibiting certain employees of or volunteers at a school from engaging in sexual conduct with certain pupils; prohibiting certain employees of a college or university from engaging in sexual conduct with certain students; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 192—Senators Harris, Brower, Roberson, Farley; Denis, Goicoechea, Gustavson, Hammond, Hardy, Lipparelli, Settelmeyer and Woodhouse. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Hambrick, O’Neill; and Seaman. Approved May 29, 2015

1435

288

AN ACT relating to crimes; prohibiting the sale, distribution, purchase, possession or use of powdered alcohol; exempting a person under 21 years of age from criminal liability for the consumption or possession of alcohol when the person requests emergency medical assistance for himself, herself or another person in certain circumstances; exempting a person for whom such assistance is requested from such criminal liability; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 464—Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 29, 2015

1449

289

AN ACT making an appropriation to restore the balance in the Reserve for Statutory Contingency Account; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 437—Committee on Ways and Means. Approved May 30, 2015

1452

290

AN ACT making a supplemental appropriation to the Department of Corrections for a shortfall resulting from a reduction in certain transfers for prison medical care; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 467—Committee on Ways and Means. Approved May 30, 2015

1452

291

AN ACT relating to education; providing for the establishment of the State Seal of Biliteracy Program to recognize pupils who have attained a high level of proficiency in one or more languages in addition to English; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 166—Assemblymen Benitez-Thompson, Diaz, Elliot Anderson, Bustamante Adams, Carrillo; Araujo and Joiner. Joint Sponsors: Senators Denis and Kihuen. Approved May 30, 2015

1453

292

AN ACT relating to education; requiring the Legislative Committee on Education to consider guidelines, parameters and financial plans for certain mentorship programs; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 205—Assemblymen Thompson, Flores, Araujo, Diaz; Elliot Anderson, Joiner, Spiegel and Swank. Joint Sponsors: Senators Atkinson, Ford, Kihuen, Spearman; Denis and Harris. Approved May 30, 2015

1455

293

AN ACT relating to public health; requiring physicians, under certain circumstances, to report to the Department of Motor Vehicles certain information regarding patients who have epilepsy; abolishing certain duties of physicians to report certain patient information; requiring physicians to inform certain patients with epilepsy of the dangers of operating a motor vehicle; providing that certain reports and statements provided to the Department concerning patients with epilepsy are not subject to the doctor-patient privilege under certain circumstances; providing that a cause of action may not be brought against a physician for failing to report such information to the Department in circumstances where reporting is not required; providing that a cause of action may not be brought against a physician for reporting certain information regarding patients who have epilepsy to the Department except in certain circumstances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 248—Assemblymen Titus, Dooling, Jones, Dickman; Hickey, O’Neill, Oscarson, Shelton, Silberkraus and Wheeler. Joint Sponsors: Senators Hardy; Goicoechea and Gustavson. Approved May 30, 2015

1456

294

AN ACT relating to tow cars; prohibiting operators of tow cars from towing certain vehicles to any location other than a designated vehicle storage lot under certain circumstances; revising provisions relating to operators of tow cars; providing civil and criminal penalties; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 385—Assemblywoman Kirkpatrick. Approved May 30, 2015

1461

295

AN ACT relating to elections; revising provisions governing elections for certain judicial offices; providing that candidates for certain nonpartisan offices who receive a majority of the votes cast in certain primary elections must be declared elected to office without being placed on the ballot at a general election; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 5—Senator Settelmeyer. Approved May 30, 2015

1478

296

AN ACT relating to gaming; revising provisions governing the operation of charitable lotteries; requiring the Nevada Gaming Commission to adopt certain regulations relating to the operation of club venues and the registration of club venue employees; revising various definitions relating to gaming; removing licensing requirements for certain persons associated with gaming; requiring persons who manufacture or distribute associated equipment relating to gaming to be registered; requiring the Commission to adopt certain regulations relating to the registration of such persons; repealing certain provisions relating to gaming; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 38—Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 30, 2015

1482

297

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 concerning the release of certain information relating to child welfare services; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 58—Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 30, 2015

1495

298

AN ACT relating to higher education; updating the Western Regional Higher Education Compact; authorizing the Nevada State Commissioners to adopt regulations to carry out the provisions of the Compact and to delegate certain functions; amending the requirements for allocation and forgiveness of stipends provided by the Nevada Office of the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 76—Committee on Education. Approved May 30, 2015

1501

299

AN ACT relating to vehicles; authorizing a person to apply for title to an abandoned recreational vehicle in certain circumstances; providing that a person who owns private property on which a recreational vehicle has been abandoned has a lien on the recreational vehicle; requiring a municipal solid waste landfill to accept a recreational vehicle for disposal under certain circumstances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 110—Senator Goicoechea. Approved May 30, 2015

1514

300

AN ACT relating to civil litigation; limiting the amount of a bond to secure a stay of execution of certain judgments pending appeal; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 134—Senator Roberson. Approved May 30, 2015

1520

301

AN ACT relating to child welfare; revising requirements concerning service of a summons to a hearing on a petition that a child is in need of protection; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 148—Committee on Health and Human Services. Approved May 30, 2015

1522

302

AN ACT relating to actions concerning persons; enacting certain limitations of liability for owners, lessees or occupants of any premises for injuries to trespassers; providing immunity from certain civil actions for certain persons in connection with the display of public art; providing that a person who jumps or otherwise removes himself or herself, by parachute or by other airborne means, from a fixed structure owned by another person or who takes certain actions to assist another person in doing so is deemed a trespasser for the purposes of certain provisions relating to trespassers; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 160—Senator Roberson. Approved May 30, 2015

1525

303

AN ACT relating to public health; prohibiting a medical facility from allowing a person who is not enrolled in good standing at an accredited medical school or school of osteopathic medicine to perform or participate in any activity for credit towards a medical degree; prohibiting a physician from allowing such a person to perform or participate in certain activities under certain circumstances; requiring a medical student to attend an accredited medical school in order to possess and administer a controlled substance or dangerous drug; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 172—Senators Farley, Hardy and Woodhouse. Approved May 30, 2015

1529

304

AN ACT relating to common-interest communities; revising provisions relating to the foreclosure of liens by a homeowners’ association; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 141—Assemblywoman Bustamante Adams. Approved June 1, 2015

1541

305

AN ACT relating to care of children; requiring the State Board of Health to adopt regulations setting forth certain requirements for child care facilities relating to breastfeeding and physical activity; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 152—Assemblymen Araujo, Diaz, Thompson; Benitez-Thompson, Carrillo, Flores, Gardner, Hambrick, Joiner, Moore, Neal and Silberkraus. Joint Sponsors: Senators Denis; Hardy and Woodhouse. Approved June 1, 2015

1542

306

AN ACT relating to public health; requiring the Legislative Commission to appoint a subcommittee to conduct a study relating to postacute care in Nevada; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 242—Committee on Health and Human Services. Approved June 1, 2015

1543

307

AN ACT relating to mental health; providing for the establishment of a pilot program to provide certain intensive care coordination services to children with intellectual disabilities and children with related conditions who are also diagnosed as having behavioral health needs and reside in certain larger counties; requiring the Division of Health Care Financing and Policy of the Department of Health and Human Services and the Aging and Disability Services Division of the Department to take certain actions to monitor the effectiveness of the pilot program and obtain funding for the pilot program; requiring the Department to take any actions necessary to use money from the State Plan for Medicaid to pay for the pilot program; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 307—Assemblymen Spiegel, Ohrenschall; Benitez-Thompson, Bustamante Adams, Carlton, Diaz, Joiner, Oscarson and Swank. Approved June 1, 2015

1545

308

AN ACT relating to health care; requiring certain accreditation or other official recognition before a primary care practice may represent itself as a patient-centered medical home; providing that certain acts by patient-centered medical homes and insurers do not constitute unfair trade practices; authorizing the Advisory Council on the State Program for Wellness and the Prevention of Chronic Disease to establish an advisory group to study the delivery of health care through patient-centered medical homes; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 6—Committee on Health and Human Services. Approved June 1, 2015

1548

309

AN ACT relating to health care professionals; requiring a mental health professional to apply for the emergency admission of his or her patient to a mental health facility or make a reasonable attempt to notify certain persons when his or her patient makes explicit threats of imminent serious physical harm or death in certain circumstances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 15—Committee on Health and Human Services. Approved June 1, 2015

1551

310

AN ACT relating to health care providers; including certain alcohol and drug abuse counselors, problem gambling counselors, social workers and medical facilities in the definition of “provider of health care” for purposes of various provisions relating to healing arts and certain other provisions; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 84—Committee on Commerce, Labor and Energy. Approved June 1, 2015

1553

311

AN ACT relating to controlled substances; authorizing certain law enforcement officers and occupational licensing boards to access the database of the computerized program to track prescriptions of controlled substances developed by the State Board of Pharmacy and the Investigation Division of the Department of Public Safety; requiring the Board or the Division, as applicable, to report the suspected misuse of a controlled substance by a patient to the licensing board of each practitioner who has prescribed the controlled substance to the patient; providing immunity from liability to the Board, the Division and their employees for certain actions relating to the collection, maintenance and transmission of information; requiring the Board, the Division or a law enforcement agency to provide notice to a person whose information is accessed by an unauthorized person or for an improper purpose; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 114—Senator Hardy. Approved June 1, 2015

1556

312

AN ACT relating to public safety; authorizing certain governing bodies and the Department of Transportation to designate pedestrian safety zones in certain circumstances; providing for enhanced penalties for certain traffic violations in pedestrian safety zones; revising provisions relating to vehicles and pedestrians in certain crosswalks and intersections; prohibiting a driver from making a U-turn or passing another vehicle in a school zone or a school crossing zone in certain circumstances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 144—Senators Manendo, Parks, Woodhouse and Spearman. Approved June 1, 2015

1560

313

AN ACT relating to common-interest communities; requiring the adoption of regulations concerning continuing education requirements for community managers; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 154—Senators Harris, Hardy, Roberson, Farley, Goicoechea; Atkinson, Gustavson and Settelmeyer (by request). Approved June 1, 2015

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314

AN ACT relating to weapons; revising provisions governing certain dangerous or deadly weapons; revising provisions concerning certain concealed weapons; repealing certain provisions governing the manufacture and sale of switchblade knives; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 176—Senators Settelmeyer, Gustavson and Goicoechea. Approved June 1, 2015

1585

315

AN ACT relating to collective bargaining; authorizing, under certain circumstances, a local government employer to provide paid leave to an employee for time spent in providing services to an employee organization; reducing the amount of time within which the Local Government Employee-Management Relations Board must conduct a hearing relating to certain complaints; providing that a collective bargaining agreement between a local government employer and a recognized employee organization expires for certain purposes at the end of the term stated in the agreement; excluding certain school administrators from membership in a bargaining unit for the purposes of collective bargaining; revising various provisions relating to negotiations between a school district and an employee organization representing teachers or educational support personnel; providing that certain principals are employed at will; requiring certain postprobationary school administrators to apply for reappointment to their administrative positions; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 241—Senator Roberson. Approved June 1, 2015

1592

316

AN ACT relating to real property; authorizing certain persons to file a notice to terminate an equity line of credit secured by a deed of trust or mortgage; authorizing certain persons to file a written instruction to suspend and close an equity line of credit secured by a deed of trust or mortgage; authorizing certain trustees to file a declaration of nonmonetary status under certain circumstances; revising provisions governing an action to declare void a trustee’s sale; authorizing a beneficiary to substitute as trustee for the purpose of reconveying a deed of trust; providing that a failure to comply with the provisions of law governing a trustee’s sale does not affect the validity of a sale in favor of a bona fide purchaser; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 239—Senator Roberson. Approved June 1, 2015

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317

AN ACT relating to motor vehicles; changing the word “accident” to “crash” in reference to motor vehicles; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 188—Senator Manendo. Approved June 1, 2015

1621

318

AN ACT relating to health care records; prohibiting a custodian of health care records from preventing the physical inspection of any health care records or providing copies thereof under certain circumstances; requiring a custodian of health care records to deliver the health care records or copies thereof under certain circumstances; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 273—Senator Hardy. Approved June 1, 2015

1708

319

AN ACT relating to mammography; revising the language of certain notices provided to patients who undergo mammography; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 458—Committee on Health and Human Services. Approved June 1, 2015

1710

320

AN ACT relating to public office; revising provisions relating to the lobbying of State Legislators; revising provisions regulating gifts to public officers and candidates for public office; revising provisions governing financial disclosure statements filed by such public officers and candidates; providing penalties; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 307—Senator Roberson. Approved June 1, 2015

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321

AN ACT relating to air ambulances; providing for the minimum number of attendants and qualifications of those attendants for an air ambulance; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 327—Senators Farley, Harris and Hardy. Approved June 1, 2015

1727

322

AN ACT relating to governmental administration; revising provisions governing the base for allocating costs of the Division of Human Resource Management of the Department of Administration to state agencies; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 470—Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 1, 2015

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323

AN ACT relating to animals; requiring certain research facilities to offer certain dogs and cats to an animal shelter or rescue organization for adoption before euthanizing or destroying such a dog or cat; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 261—Senators Manendo, Denis, Parks, Spearman, Atkinson; Farley, Ford, Goicoechea, Gustavson, Harris, Kieckhefer, Kihuen, Lipparelli, Roberson, Segerblom, Settelmeyer, Smith and Woodhouse. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Silberkraus, Carlton, Elliot Anderson, Swank, Carrillo; Bustamante Adams, Dickman, Dooling, Edwards, Fiore, Flores, Gardner, Hambrick, Hickey, Moore, Munford, Neal, Ohrenschall, Oscarson, Seaman, Spiegel, Stewart, Thompson, Trowbridge and Wheeler. Approved June 2, 2015

1731

324

AN ACT relating to schools; requiring school districts to enter into contracts with charter schools for the provision of school police officers in certain circumstances; requiring a charter school or private school to provide certain notice to the primary law enforcement agency where the school is located; requiring a chief of school police to supervise a school police officer who provides services to a charter school under certain circumstances; clarifying that the jurisdiction of school police officers extends to all charter school property, buildings and facilities that have contracted with the board of trustees of the school district; requiring a law enforcement agency that is contacted for assistance by a public school or private school which does not have school police to respond according to certain protocols; requiring a local law enforcement agency to consider notifying public schools or private schools when responding to certain situations or when notifying another school regarding a crisis or emergency; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 321—Assemblymen Silberkraus, Dooling, Trowbridge, Gardner, Seaman; Elliot Anderson, Paul Anderson, Armstrong, Dickman, Edwards, Ellison, Fiore, Flores, Hambrick, Hickey, Jones, Kirner, Moore, Nelson, O’Neill, Oscarson, Stewart, Titus, Wheeler and Woodbury. Joint Sponsors: Senators Manendo and Harris. Approved June 2, 2015

1733

325

AN ACT relating to employment; establishing a conclusive presumption that a person is an independent contractor if certain conditions are met; excluding the relationship between a principal and an independent contractor from certain provisions governing the payment of minimum wage to an employee; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 224—Committee on Commerce, Labor and Energy. Approved June 2, 2015

1742

326

AN ACT relating to motor vehicles; providing for the registration of mopeds; requiring a fee for such registration; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 404—Senators Denis; Hammond and Manendo. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen O’Neill and Silberkraus. Approved June 2, 2015

1745

327

AN ACT relating to aircraft; regulating operators of unmanned aerial vehicles in this State; revising the definition of “aircraft” to include unmanned aerial vehicles; prohibiting the operation or use of an unmanned aerial vehicle under certain circumstances or for certain purposes; authorizing a law enforcement agency to operate an unmanned aerial vehicle at certain locations without a warrant under certain circumstances and for any other lawful purpose; prohibiting a law enforcement agency from operating an unmanned aerial vehicle without first obtaining a warrant under certain circumstances; authorizing a public agency to operate an unmanned aerial vehicle only under certain circumstances; requiring the Department of Public Safety, to the extent that money is available, to establish and maintain a registry of unmanned aerial vehicles that are operated by public agencies in this State; requiring the Department to report certain information to the Legislature with respect to the operation of unmanned aerial vehicles by public agencies in this State; requiring the Department to adopt regulations prescribing the public purposes for which a public agency may operate an unmanned aerial vehicle in this State; providing certain criminal and civil penalties for the unlawful operation or use of an unmanned aerial vehicle in this State; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 239—Assemblymen Elliot Anderson, Ohrenschall, Hansen, Spiegel, Wheeler; Araujo, Benitez-Thompson, Bustamante Adams, Carrillo, Diaz, Flores, Joiner, Neal and Sprinkle. Joint Sponsor: Senator Manendo. Approved June 2, 2015

1772

328

AN ACT relating to public safety; revising provisions governing justifiable homicide; prohibiting a person convicted in this State or any other state of a misdemeanor crime of domestic violence from owning or having in his or her possession or under his or her custody or control any firearm; requiring the Department of Public Safety to make certain determinations before issuing a list of states for purposes of reciprocity; prohibiting a person against whom an extended order for protection against domestic violence is issued from subsequently purchasing or otherwise acquiring any firearm during the period the extended order is in effect; revising provisions governing civil liability in actions involving the use of force; expanding the rights and powers reserved for the Legislature relating to the regulation of firearms and ammunition; requiring the governing bodies of certain political subdivisions of this State to repeal certain ordinances and regulations; authorizing a person adversely affected by the enforcement of such an ordinance or regulation to seek declarative and injunctive relief and damages; providing that such a person is entitled to certain damages; deleting certain provisions relating to the registration of firearms capable of being concealed; revising the applicability of certain provisions pertaining to the regulation of firearms by local governments; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 175—Senators Roberson, Lipparelli, Hammond, Brower, Settelmeyer; Farley, Goicoechea, Gustavson, Hardy, Harris and Kieckhefer. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Hambrick, Wheeler and Shelton. Approved June 2, 2015

1779

329

AN ACT relating to public safety; requiring a court to transmit within 5 business days certain records of adjudication concerning a person’s mental health to the Central Repository for Nevada Records of Criminal History for certain purposes relating to the purchase or possession of a firearm; authorizing the inclusion, correction and removal of the information in such records in each appropriate database of the National Crime Information Center; requiring each agency of criminal justice to submit information relating to records of criminal history within 60 days after the date of the conviction; requiring the Central Repository, upon request, to conduct a background check without charge on a person who wishes to acquire a firearm; prohibiting certain persons from having possession, custody or control of a firearm; prohibiting certain persons from selling a firearm under certain circumstances; revising the functions of the Department of Health and Human Services; requiring a mental health professional to apply for the emergency admission of a patient to a mental health facility or notify certain persons when a patient makes certain explicit threats of imminent serious physical harm or death; revising the applicability of certain provisions pertaining to the regulation of firearms by local governments; providing penalties; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 240—Senators Roberson, Hardy, Brower, Lipparelli, Farley; Gustavson, Hammond, Harris, Kieckhefer and Settelmeyer. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Wheeler, Dickman and Paul Anderson. Approved June 2, 2015

1793

330

AN ACT relating to gaming; revising provisions governing the acceptance of race book and sports pool wagers; authorizing the Nevada Gaming Commission to adopt regulations governing the acceptance of race book and sports pool wagers from certain entities; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 443—Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 2, 2015

1819

331

AN ACT relating to gaming; requiring the Nevada Gaming Commission to adopt regulations relating to certain risk management by an operator of a race book or sports pool; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 445—Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 2, 2015

1821

332

AN ACT relating to education; establishing a program by which a child who receives instruction from a certain entity rather than from a public school may receive a grant of money in an amount equal to the statewide average basic support per-pupil; providing for the amount of each grant to be deducted from the total apportionment to the school district; providing a child who receives a grant and is not enrolled in a private school with certain rights and responsibilities; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 302—Senator Hammond. Approved June 2, 2015

1824

333

AN ACT relating to education; requiring certain providers of electronic applications used for educational purposes to provide written disclosures concerning personally identifiable information that is collected; requiring such a provider to allow certain persons to review and correct personally identifiable information about a pupil maintained by the provider; limiting the circumstances under which such a provider may collect, use, allow access to or transfer personally identifiable information concerning a pupil; requiring such a provider to establish and carry out a detailed plan for the security of data concerning pupils; requiring teachers and other licensed personnel employed by a school district or charter school to complete certain professional development; requiring certain disciplinary action against a teacher or administrator for willful breaches in security or confidentiality of certain examinations; providing a civil penalty for certain violations; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 463—Committee on Education. Approved June 2, 2015

1849

334

AN ACT relating to education; requiring the board of trustees of each school district and the governing body of each charter school to prepare a plan to improve the literacy of pupils enrolled in certain grades; requiring the principal of each public elementary school to designate a learning strategist to train and assist teachers in providing intensive instruction to pupils who have been identified as deficient in the subject area of reading; requiring certain teachers at public schools to complete professional development concerning the subject area of reading; requiring certain interventions for pupils enrolled in kindergarten or grade 1, 2 or 3 who do not achieve adequate proficiency in reading; prohibiting a public school from promoting a pupil to grade 4 if the pupil does not achieve proficiency in reading; providing for a competitive grants program to assist schools in paying for certain literacy programs; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 391–Senators Harris, Kieckhefer, Farley, Roberson, Woodhouse; Atkinson, Denis, Ford, Goicoechea, Gustavson, Kihuen, Lipparelli, Manendo, Parks, Settelmeyer and Spearman. Joint Sponsor: Assemblyman Elliot Anderson. Approved: June 3, 2015

1857

335

AN ACT relating to education; providing for the use of certain money to establish or continue certain programs and services at Zoom elementary, middle, junior high and high schools and at other schools that enroll children who are limited English proficient or who are eligible for such a designation; requiring the State Board of Education to develop for recommendation as proposed legislation a definition of and procedure for reporting pupils who are identified as long-term limited English proficient; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 405—Senators Denis, Woodhouse, Manendo, Harris, Kihuen; Atkinson, Ford, Roberson, Segerblom, Smith and Spearman. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Diaz, Flores, Elliot Anderson; Bustamante Adams and Stewart. Approved June 3, 2015

1869

336

AN ACT relating to elections; revising provisions governing regulations that the Secretary of State must adopt regarding the conduct of elections; changing the date of the general city election in certain cities that hold such elections in odd-numbered years; amending provisions relating to committees for political action and independent expenditures made for the purpose of affecting the outcome of elections; revising the beginning and ending dates of the period during which certain limits apply to the amount that may be committed or contributed to a candidate or a legal defense fund; providing that a petition to recall a public officer may only be signed by a registered voter who actually voted in the election at which the public officer was elected; revising other provisions governing recall petitions and elections; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 23—Committee on Legislative Operations and Elections. Approved June 4, 2015

1876

337

AN ACT relating to powers of attorney; creating a power of attorney for health care decisions for adults with intellectual disabilities; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 128—Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 4, 2015

1895

338

AN ACT relating to water; requiring the Legislative Committee on Public Lands to conduct a study concerning water conservation and alternative sources of water for Nevada communities; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 198—Assemblymen Oscarson and Wheeler. Joint Sponsors: Senators Goicoechea; and Settelmeyer. Approved June 4, 2015

1909

339

AN ACT relating to public administrators; setting forth certain qualifications for deputy public administrators; authorizing the board of county commissioners in smaller counties to impose certain duties on the public administrators of the county; revising the circumstances under which a public administrator may secure the property of a deceased person; authorizing a board of county commissioners to take certain action concerning complaints received by the board against the public administrator; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 293—Assemblyman Oscarson (by request). Joint Sponsor: Senator Goicoechea. Approved June 4, 2015

1910

340

AN ACT relating to public employment; revising provisions governing certain leaves of absence for military duty for public officers and employees; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 388—Assemblymen Paul Anderson, Kirkpatrick; and Armstrong. Approved June 4, 2015

1914

341

AN ACT relating to public purchasing; exempting the Nevada Rural Housing Authority from the Local Government Purchasing Act; increasing the authorized duration of a performance contract entered into by a local government; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 428—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 4, 2015

1917

342

AN ACT relating to the Renewable Energy Account; authorizing the Director of the Office of Energy to adopt regulations establishing a procedure by which an officer or employee of the State to whom the Director makes a loan or other distribution of money from the Renewable Energy Account may enter into an agreement with the Director authorizing repayment of the loan or other distribution of money through payroll deductions; authorizing state payroll officers and the Legislative Fiscal Officer, in accordance with any such agreement, to withhold certain amounts from the salary or wages of an officer or employee of the State and pay the amounts withheld to the Director for credit to the Account; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 466—Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 4, 2015

1918

343

AN ACT relating to governmental administration; creating the Office of Finance in the Office of the Governor; transferring certain powers and duties of the Department of Administration to the Office of Finance; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 469—Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 4, 2015

1921

344

AN ACT relating to common-interest communities; revising provisions governing eligibility to be a candidate for or member of the executive board or an officer of a unit-owners’ association; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 174—Senator Hammond. Approved June 4, 2015

1925

345

AN ACT relating to contractors; revising provisions relating to the liability of a prime contractor for indebtedness incurred by a subcontractor for labor costs; revising provisions governing the statute of limitations to bring an action against a prime contractor for the recovery of wages or benefits due to an employee of a subcontractor; revising provisions relating to mechanics’ and materialmen’s lien claimants; requiring an administrator of a Taft-Hartley trust that does not receive a benefit payment required to be made to the trust by a contractor or subcontractor to provide notice to the contractor and subcontractor that the benefit payment has not been received; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 223—Committee on Commerce, Labor and Energy. Approved June 4, 2015

1930

346

AN ACT relating to crimes; prohibiting a person from selling, distributing or offering to sell vapor products and alternative nicotine products to any child under the age of 18 years; requiring the owner of a retail establishment to display a notice containing certain information whenever vapor products or alternative nicotine products are being sold or offered for sale at the establishment; requiring the Attorney General to conduct inspections at locations where vapor products or alternative nicotine products are sold, distributed or offered for sale as necessary to comply with any applicable federal law; imposing certain fines; providing a civil penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 225—Senators Farley, Hardy, Harris, Gustavson, Atkinson; Goicoechea and Settelmeyer. Approved June 4, 2015

1935

347

AN ACT relating to motor vehicles; providing for the issuance of special license plates indicating support for the rights guaranteed by the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution; imposing a fee for the issuance and renewal of such license plates; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 229—Senators Gustavson; Manendo, Roberson and Settelmeyer. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Hansen, Silberkraus, Seaman, Wheeler, Fiore; Dickman, Ellison, Gardner and Jones. Approved June 4, 2015

1939

348

AN ACT relating to decedents; authorizing the Nevada Funeral and Cemetery Services Board to issue permits for the operation of direct cremation facilities and licenses to natural persons to engage in business as a funeral arranger; establishing certain provisions related to the operation and advertisement of direct cremation facilities; prohibiting a person from selling or offering to sell cremation services via the Internet unless the person owns a funeral establishment, crematory or direct cremation facility located in this State; requiring applicants for licenses, permits or certificates to submit fingerprints to the Board; establishing a continuing education requirement for funeral directors and embalmers; requiring certain applicants for a funeral director’s license to have at least 1 year of active practice as a funeral arranger; standardizing at 2 years the duration of most licenses and permits issued by the Board; revising the priority of persons who are authorized to order the burial or cremation of a decedent; providing that a person who is arrested for or charged with murder or voluntary manslaughter may not act as the person authorized to order the burial or cremation of the decedent who the person is accused of killing; requiring an operator of a crematory to ensure that any person operating crematory equipment has completed a crematory certification program; repealing certain provisions related to the provision of funeral and crematory services; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 286—Senator Brower. Approved June 4, 2015

1948

349

AN ACT relating to agriculture; authorizing the growth or cultivation of industrial hemp in this State under certain circumstances; excluding industrial hemp authorized to be grown or cultivated in this State from the definition of marijuana for the purposes of certain crimes; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 305—Senator Segerblom. Approved June 4, 2015

1973

350

AN ACT relating to civil actions; establishing additional fees for filing certain motions in a divorce action under certain circumstances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 388—Senator Manendo. Approved June 4, 2015

1975

351

AN ACT relating to state financial administration; authorizing the Supreme Court of Nevada to enter into a long-term lease for office space in Clark County which extends beyond the 2016-2017 biennium; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 431—Committee on Finance. Approved June 4, 2015

1977

352

AN ACT relating to arbitration; authorizing the removal of certain arbitrators from an arbitral proceeding under certain circumstances; prohibiting certain arbitrators from consolidating separate arbitral proceedings or other claims under certain circumstances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 442—Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 4, 2015

1978

353

AN ACT relating to local districts; making legislative declarations; requiring the imposition of a fee on parcels in a conservation district upon the approval of registered voters; authorizing the increase, decrease or elimination of the fee upon such approval; requiring that money collected from the fee be expended only for the purposes of the conservation district; authorizing the supervisors of a conservation district to serve ex officio as directors of a weed control district upon agreement with a board of county commissioners; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 476—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 4, 2015

1981

354

AN ACT relating to structures; authorizing the governing body of a county or incorporated city in this State to adopt a building code or take any other action that requires the installation of an automatic fire sprinkler system in certain larger single-family residences; providing limitations on the authority of the governing body of a county or incorporated city in this State to adopt a building code or take any other action that requires the installation of an automatic fire sprinkler system in certain other single-family residences; prohibiting the governing body of a county or incorporated city in this State from adopting a building code or taking any other action that requires the installation of an automatic fire sprinkler system in certain structures or portions thereof used primarily for agricultural, livestock or equestrian activities; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 477—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 4, 2015

1988

355

AN ACT relating to the State Personnel System; revising the provisions governing the right of certain employees of the Legislative Branch of the State Government to transfer to positions in the classified service of the State; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 510—Committee on Legislative Operations and Elections. Approved June 4, 2015

1992

356

AN ACT relating to criminal offenders; providing for the continuation of the diversion program that allows certain probation violators to receive treatment for alcohol or drug abuse or mental illness in lieu of revocation of probation; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 12—Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 4, 2015

1995

357

AN ACT relating to fire protection; providing for the creation of rangeland fire protection associations; authorizing certain boards to approve a petition to create a rangeland fire protection association; providing for the evaluation of such an association by the authorizing board and the State Forester Firewarden; requiring the State Forester Firewarden to adopt regulations and develop recommendations relating to the formation, operation and training of the members of such an association; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 163—Assemblymen Hansen, Oscarson, Wheeler; Dickman, Ellison and Titus. Joint Sponsors: Senators Gustavson; and Settelmeyer. Approved June 4, 2015

1995

358

AN ACT relating to governmental administration; requiring the appointment of an additional Deputy Director of the State Department of Conservation and Natural Resources; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 473—Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 4, 2015

2002

359

AN ACT relating to contractors; deleting the requirement that the State Contractors’ Board establish an advisory committee concerning the classification of licensure of persons who install or maintain building shell insulation or thermal system insulation; revising the circumstances under which a natural person may qualify on behalf of another for more than one active contractor’s license; requiring such a person to possess good character; expanding the acts which constitute cause for disciplinary action against a licensee to include certain international codes; expanding the circumstances under which an injured person is not eligible for recovery from the Recovery Fund; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 50—Committee on Commerce, Labor and Energy. Approved June 4, 2015

2003

360

AN ACT relating to public improvements; extending the prospective dissolution of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Campus Improvement Authority; extending the terms of the members of the Board of Directors of the Authority; enlarging the boundaries of the Authority area; revising the date on which the Board of Directors must submit for transmittal to the Legislature a report of the study concerning the need for, feasibility of and financing alternatives for a large events center and other required infrastructure and supporting improvements; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 451—Committee on Taxation. Approved June 5, 2015

2010

361

AN ACT relating to children; revising provisions concerning advertisements for the placement of children for adoption or permanent free care; prohibiting the use of restraints on children during court proceedings under certain circumstances unless ordered by the court; prohibiting certain transfers of children; prohibiting the trafficking of children; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 8—Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 5, 2015

2014

362

AN ACT relating to securities; requiring broker-dealers and investment advisers to provide training to certain persons concerning identifying the suspected exploitation of an older person or vulnerable person; requiring certain persons who work for broker-dealers and investment advisers to report the suspected or known exploitation of an older person or vulnerable person; authorizing the Administrator of the Securities Division of the Office of the Secretary of State to adopt regulations relating to the federal Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act; providing penalties; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 51—Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 5, 2015

2019

363

AN ACT relating to education; prohibiting a school from disciplining certain pupils for simulating a firearm or dangerous weapon or wearing clothing or accessories that depict a firearm or dangerous weapon or express certain opinions except in certain circumstances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 121—Assemblymen Wheeler, Ellison, Jones; Dickman, Moore, O’Neill and Oscarson. Approved June 5, 2015

2025

364

AN ACT relating to juvenile justice; requiring the juvenile court to suspend a case if doubt arises as to whether a child is competent; requiring the juvenile court to appoint certain experts to evaluate a child and provide a written report on the competence of the child if the juvenile court suspends a case to determine whether the child is competent; requiring the juvenile court to hold an expedited hearing to determine whether a child is competent upon receipt of the written reports of all appointed experts; providing that a statement made by a child during an evaluation by an appointed expert is not admissible as evidence in certain proceedings unless the child introduces the statement as evidence first; requiring the juvenile court to conduct a periodic review of a child determined to be incompetent; authorizing the juvenile court to terminate its jurisdiction in certain circumstances if a child has not attained competence and will be unable to attain competence in the foreseeable future; providing that a child determined to be incompetent may not be adjudicated a delinquent child or a child in need of supervision or placed under the supervision of the juvenile court during the period that the child remains incompetent; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 138—Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 5, 2015

2027

365

AN ACT relating to education; revising the circumstances under which a school is required to deem a pupil a habitual disciplinary problem; revising provisions governing the notice provided to a parent or legal guardian concerning a pupil who is deemed a habitual disciplinary problem and the discipline imposed on such a pupil; requiring such notice to be provided each time a pupil is suspended; revising provisions relating to a plan of behavior for a pupil; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 178—Assemblymen Thompson; Araujo, Carrillo, Diaz, Joiner, Neal and Stewart. Joint Sponsors: Senators Ford and Spearman. Approved June 5, 2015

2033

366

AN ACT relating to taxation; revising provisions relating to the imposition by certain counties of additional taxes on fuels for motor vehicles; providing that the boards of county commissioners of certain larger counties may continue the imposition of certain 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; 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; providing that money collected from certain of the additional taxes must be deposited with the State Treasurer to the credit of the State Highway Fund, accounted for separately in the State Highway Fund and used by the Department of Transportation only to finance projects for the construction, maintenance and repair of state highways in the county in which the tax is collected; repealing certain provisions relating to a ballot question providing for the imposition by the State of certain additional taxes on fuels for motor vehicles; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 191—Assemblymen Paul Anderson and Kirkpatrick. Joint Sponsors: Senators Hammond and Roberson. Approved June 5, 2015

2039

367

AN ACT relating to education; requiring a principal at a public school to provide certain information to the parent or guardian of a pupil who was included in a report of bullying or who school authorities believe has certain issues relating to his or her health regarding resources that may be available in the community for the pupil; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 206—Assemblymen Spiegel, Swank; Carrillo, Joiner, Kirkpatrick, Ohrenschall, Oscarson, Sprinkle and Thompson. Approved June 5, 2015

2068

368

AN ACT relating to education; requiring the standards of content and performance for a course of study in social studies established by the Council to Establish Academic Standards for Public Schools to include multicultural education; requiring certain licensed teachers to complete a course in multicultural education for renewal of their license; making an appropriation; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 234—Assemblymen Munford, Hickey, Diaz, Thompson, Flores; Elliot Anderson, Araujo, Benitez-Thompson, Bustamante Adams, Joiner, Kirkpatrick, Neal, Ohrenschall, Sprinkle, Swank and Wheeler. Joint Sponsors: Senators Manendo, Atkinson, Denis, Kihuen, Ford; Harris and Spearman. Approved June 5, 2015

2071

369

AN ACT relating to education; prescribing procedures for the selection of a hearing officer to administer certain hearings relating to pupils with disabilities; requiring a local educational agency involved in a complaint to pay the cost of a hearing; requiring the Department of Education to adopt regulations prescribing certain procedures relating to hearing officers; authorizing the appeal of the decision of a hearing officer to the Department; requiring the Department to post certain information relating to such hearings on its Internet website; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 328—Assemblyman Elliot Anderson. Approved June 5, 2015

2075

370

AN ACT relating to motor carriers; requiring the Taxicab Administrator to appoint a staff attorney to perform legal services or serve as a hearing officer; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 477—Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 5, 2015

2079

371

AN ACT relating to education; revising provisions governing the membership of the State Board of Education; revising certain duties of the Superintendent of Public Instruction, the Department of Education and the State Board; revising the membership of the Advisory Council on Parental Involvement and Family Engagement; revising provisions governing certain products used to clean in public schools; authorizing unused allocations for special education program units to be reallocated to a hospital or facility which is licensed by the Division of Public and Behavioral Health of the Department of Health and Human Services that operates a licensed private school in certain circumstances; revising provisions relating to certain programs of distance education; revising provisions governing standards of content and performance for foreign and world language and any other course of study requested by the Superintendent of Public Instruction; revising provisions relating to certain hearings concerning the suspension or revocation of a license to teach; revising provisions concerning minimum standards for the maintenance and operation of certain educational institutions; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 25—Committee on Education. Approved June 5, 2015

2080

372

AN ACT relating to graffiti; revising the definition of “graffiti”; expanding the list of items that are considered graffiti implements which are unlawful to carry in certain places; clarifying that a governmental entity may bring a civil action for damages to public property; authorizing the governing body of a city to adopt ordinances to address covering and removing certain graffiti on residential and nonresidential property; revising provisions governing money in a city’s graffiti reward and abatement fund; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 56—Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 5, 2015

2107

373

AN ACT relating to education; increasing the number of credit hours required for certain students to be eligible for the Governor Guinn Millennium Scholarship; revising the amount of money a student who is eligible for the Governor Guinn Millennium Scholarship may receive per semester; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 128—Senators Woodhouse, Denis, Parks, Kihuen and Segerblom. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Elliot Anderson, Stewart, Kirner; and Swank. Approved June 5, 2015

2115

374

AN ACT relating to insurance; designating a stand-alone dental benefit as the primary policy for certain dental care; prohibiting a health insurer from denying certain claims on the basis that another health insurer has liability to pay the claim; authorizing the Commissioner of Insurance to adopt certain regulations; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 137—Senator Hardy. Approved June 5, 2015

2120

375

AN ACT relating to education; creating the Office of the Western Regional Higher Education Compact within the Office of the Governor; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 195—Senator Hardy. Approved June 5, 2015

2121

376

AN ACT relating to insurance; requiring certain policies of health insurance and health care plans to provide coverage for certain prescriptions dispensed for a supply of less than 30 days; prohibiting certain policies of health insurance and health care plans from prorating any pharmacy dispensing fees for those prescriptions under certain circumstances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 250—Senators Hardy, Smith, Roberson, Brower, Farley; Ford, Goicoechea, Gustavson, Harris, Kieckhefer and Lipparelli. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Oscarson and Titus. Approved June 5, 2015

2123

377

AN ACT relating to the Department of Transportation; authorizing the Director of the Department to issue an encroachment permit for certain discharges onto a state highway, within a right-of-way or into, onto or by way of a conveyance system; providing civil penalties for an unauthorized discharge onto a state highway, within a right-of-way or into, onto or by way of a conveyance system or for a violation of an encroachment permit issued by the Director; creating and setting forth the duties of the Advisory Committee on Transportational Storm Water Management; revising the qualifications of the Director; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 324—Senator Manendo (by request). Approved June 5, 2015

2132

378

AN ACT relating to education; authorizing a pupil or school to appeal a final decision or order made pursuant to a regulation adopted by the Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association to a hearing officer appointed by the Executive Director of the Association; establishing certain procedural requirements for the disposition of the appeal; requiring that certain rules and regulations adopted by the Association must apply equally to public schools and private schools that are members of the Association; authorizing a pupil who enrolls in a private school or public school to be immediately eligible to participate and practice in a sanctioned sport under certain circumstances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 330—Senators Lipparelli, Hammond, Hardy, Harris; and Gustavson. Approved June 5, 2015

2140

379

AN ACT relating to energy; revising provisions relating to certain energy conservation standards adopted by the Director of the Office of Energy and the governing body of a local government; providing that certain design professionals are not subject to disciplinary action for complying with certain energy conservation standards; providing that the adoption of certain energy conservation standards by the Director and the governing body of a local government shall not be deemed to prohibit the Director or governing body from approving and implementing certain energy efficiency programs; revising provisions relating to net metering systems; requiring electric utilities in this State to submit to the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada certain proposed tariffs pursuant to which an electric utility is required to offer net metering to certain customers of the electric utility; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 374—Senator Farley. Approved June 5, 2015

2146

380

AN ACT relating to education; encouraging the Board of Regents of the University of Nevada to enter into a reciprocal agreement with the State of California to authorize waivers of nonresident tuition to certain residents of the Lake Tahoe Basin; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 414—Senator Settelmeyer. Approved June 5, 2015

2155

381

AN ACT relating to the Public Employees’ Retirement System; creating the position of General Counsel as a member of the executive staff of the System; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 420—Committee on Finance. Approved June 5, 2015

2156

382

AN ACT relating to Medicaid; postponing the prospective expiration of provisions governing the list of preferred prescription drugs to be used for the Medicaid program; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 422—Committee on Finance. Approved June 5, 2015

2158

383

AN ACT relating to health; requiring the licensure of peer support recovery organizations by the Division of Public and Behavioral Health of the Department of Health and Human Services and to pay an application fee for the license; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 489—Committee on Finance. Approved June 5, 2015

2159

384

AN ACT relating to health; requiring the licensure of community health worker pools by the Division of Public and Behavioral Health of the Department of Health and Human Services and payment of an application fee for the license; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 498—Committee on Finance. Approved June 5, 2015

2171

385

AN ACT relating to common-interest communities; revising provisions relating to the solicitation of bids for a homeowners’ association project; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 238—Assemblymen Dooling, Shelton, Jones, Moore, Fiore; Edwards, Gardner, Ohrenschall, O’Neill, Seaman, Trowbridge and Wheeler. Approved June 5, 2015

2182

386

AN ACT relating to massage therapy; exempting a nail technologist from the requirement to be licensed as a massage therapist when performing certain activities; revising certain testing requirements for applicants for a license to practice massage therapy; limiting the period during which an inactive or expired license may be restored or renewed; revising provisions establishing certain grounds for refusal to issue a license or initiate disciplinary action against licensees; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 126—Assemblywoman Carlton. Approved June 5, 2015

2183

387

AN ACT relating to education; creating the Silver State Opportunity Grant Program; providing for the calculation and award of grants under the Program to qualified students enrolled in community colleges and state colleges of the Nevada System of Higher Education; requiring the Board of Regents of the University of Nevada to submit to the Legislature a biennial report on the Program; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 227—Senators Kieckhefer, Kihuen; Harris and Woodhouse. Approved June 8, 2015

2189

388

AN ACT relating to education; making an appropriation to provide grants to universities, colleges and providers of alternative licensure programs in this State to award scholarships to students entering certain teaching programs; prescribing the manner in which such scholarships must be awarded; requiring a college or university that receives a grant to repay a certain amount if a scholarship recipient leaves the teaching program before graduating; providing for the payment of a certain amount to such a college or university if a scholarship recipient graduates on schedule from the teaching program; making an appropriation to provide certain incentives for newly hired teachers who are employed to teach in certain schools; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 511—Senators Roberson, Kieckhefer, Harris and Ford. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Paul Anderson, Kirkpatrick and Hambrick. Approved June 8, 2015

2192

389

AN ACT relating to education; providing for the distribution of money to public schools designated as Victory schools because they have high numbers of pupils living in poverty and received a rating indicating underperformance; requiring an assessment of the needs of the pupils at such schools; requiring Victory schools to use the money received to offer certain programs and services; authorizing the State Board of Education to withhold money if a Victory school demonstrates unsatisfactory pupil achievement and school performance; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 432—Committee on Finance. Approved June 8, 2015

2197

390

AN ACT making an appropriation to the Legislative Counsel Bureau for the cost of dues and registration for national organizations and one-time building maintenance and information technology purchases; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 443—Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 8, 2015

2203

391

AN ACT relating to state financial administration; requiring the transfer of certain money to the State General Fund; revising various provisions relating to the authority for such transfers; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 506—Committee on Finance. Approved June 8, 2015

2204

392

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. Senate Bill No. 497—Committee on Finance. Approved June 8, 2015

2209

393

AN ACT making appropriations from the State Highway Fund to the Nevada Highway Patrol Division of the Department of Public Safety to replace fleet vehicles that have exceeded the mileage threshold; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 467—Committee on Finance. Approved June 8, 2015

2210

394

AN ACT relating to the Department of Motor Vehicles; temporarily authorizing the Department to collect a technology fee; temporarily increasing the limitation on the percentage of the proceeds of certain fees and charges collected by the Department 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. Senate Bill No. 502—Committee on Finance. Approved June 8, 2015

2211

395

AN ACT relating to utilities; requiring an electric utility to identify certain nonproductive assets as surplus; authorizing the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada to classify certain nonproductive electric utility assets as surplus; requiring an electric utility to create a timely plan for the decommissioning and disposal of surplus assets and carry out such a plan; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 416—Senator Hardy. Approved June 8, 2015

2213

396

AN ACT relating to air pollution; requiring the Advisory Committee on the Control of Emissions From Motor Vehicles to conduct a study concerning the inspection and testing of motor vehicles and systems for the control of emissions from motor vehicles in this State; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 146—Committee on Transportation. Approved June 8, 2015

2220

397

AN ACT relating to public welfare; requiring the Aging and Disability Services Division of the Department of Health and Human Services to enter into an agreement with the Rehabilitation Division of the Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation to provide long-term support to persons with intellectual disabilities and persons with related conditions; authorizing the Administrator of the Aging and Disability Services Division to adopt regulations governing the provision of services to certain persons with intellectual disabilities and persons with related conditions; requiring the Aging and Disability Services Division to provide preferences for potential providers of jobs and day training services in issuing certificates authorizing the provision of such services and in entering into agreements concerning the provision of such services; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 5—Committee on Health and Human Services. Approved June 8, 2015

2221

398

AN ACT relating to fire safety; repealing provisions governing certain fire protection districts; reenacting certain of those provisions relating to fire safety; revising the circumstances under which a person, firm, association or agency that caused a fire or other emergency that threatens human life would be charged for the expenses incurred to extinguish the fire or meet the emergency; authorizing a municipal agency to collect those expenses; providing for the issuance of an annual permit to engage in certain activities; authorizing the State Land Registrar to transfer title to certain real property owned by the State of Nevada to certain local fire protection districts and counties; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 34—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 8, 2015

2223

399

AN ACT relating to crimes; establishing the crime of unlawful dissemination of an intimate image of a person; prohibiting certain acts relating to an intimate image of another person; revising provisions relating to sexual assault and the abuse of a child; setting forth provisions relating to expert testimony in a prosecution for pandering or sex trafficking; revising provisions concerning acts of open or gross lewdness, open and indecent or obscene exposure, lewdness with a child and statutory sexual seduction; setting forth various provisions relating to the admissibility of evidence and expert testimony in criminal and juvenile delinquency actions; prohibiting a court from ordering the victim of or a witness to a sexual offense to take or submit to a psychological or psychiatric examination in certain criminal or juvenile delinquency actions; authorizing the court to exclude in certain circumstances the testimony of a licensed psychologist, psychiatrist or clinical worker; providing penalties; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 49—Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 8, 2015

2232

400

AN ACT relating to solicitation of contributions; requiring certain charitable organizations to register 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 such registered charitable organizations; revising provisions governing the enforcement of certain requirements imposed on certain nonprofit and charitable organizations; revising provisions governing the disclosure of certain information in a solicitation for contributions for or on behalf of a nonprofit or charitable organization; authorizing the imposition of penalties; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 50—Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 8, 2015

2246

401

AN ACT relating to medical marijuana; providing for the administration and enforcement of taxes on the sale of marijuana, edible marijuana products and marijuana-infused products by medical marijuana establishments; eliminating certain duties of the Department of Taxation relating to the rates of such taxes; providing for the collection of a fee by an agency of a local government from a medical marijuana establishment for certain costs of the agency; authorizing an independent contractor to provide labor to a medical marijuana establishment in certain circumstances; providing penalties; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 70—Committee on Taxation. Approved June 8, 2015

2256

402

AN ACT relating to professions; transferring certain duties of the Secretary-Treasurer of the Board of Examiners for Alcohol, Drug and Gambling Counselors to the Executive Director of the Board; authorizing the Executive Director to delegate his or her duties; revising provisions governing alcohol, drug and gambling counselors and interns; repealing the prospective transfer of the authority and duties relating to the certification of detoxification technicians to the Board; providing penalties; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 85—Committee on Commerce and Labor. Approved June 8, 2015

2270

403

AN ACT relating to public health; requiring or encouraging certain licensed or certified professionals to receive suicide prevention and awareness training in order to renew a license or certificate; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 93—Assemblymen Benitez-Thompson, Thompson; Elliot Anderson, Araujo, Bustamante Adams, Joiner, Kirkpatrick and Spiegel. Approved June 8, 2015

2279

404

AN ACT relating to occupations; making certain provisions concerning providers of health care applicable to audiologists and speech-language pathologists; establishing the Speech-Language Pathology, Audiology and Hearing Aid Dispensing Board by expanding the existing Board of Examiners for Audiology and Speech Pathology and abolishing the existing Board of Hearing Aid Specialists; prescribing the requirements for the licensure of audiologists, speech-language pathologists and hearing aid specialists; prescribing the requirements to engage in telepractice by an audiologist or a speech-language pathologist; prescribing the requirements for the licensure and practice of an apprentice hearing aid specialist; prescribing the requirements for the practice of a hearing aid specialist; making certain provisions applicable to hearing aid specialists; imposing certain fees; providing that certain acts are grounds for disciplinary action by the Board; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 115—Assemblywomen Benitez-Thompson and Bustamante Adams. Joint Sponsors: Senators Spearman and Parks. Approved June 8, 2015

2290

405

AN ACT relating to public records; requiring the Division of State Library and Archives of the Department of Administration to develop and, under certain circumstances, conduct a program of education and training concerning the retention and disposition of official state records for the employees of agencies, boards and commissions that are required to have a schedule approved by the Committee to Approve Schedules for the Retention and Disposition of Official State Records; requiring, under certain circumstances, the head of such an agency, board or commission to require certain employees to complete the program; requiring the head of such an agency, board or commission to issue a letter of reprimand to an employee who knowingly and willfully disposes of an official state record in a manner contrary to an approved schedule for the retention and disposition of official state records or authorizing the head of an agency, board or commission to take more severe disciplinary action against such an employee in appropriate circumstances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 135—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 8, 2015

2323

406

AN ACT relating to taxation; authorizing certain qualified businesses in this State that own, operate, manufacture, service, maintain, test, repair, overhaul or assemble an aircraft or any component of an aircraft to apply to the Office of Economic Development for a partial abatement from certain property or sales and use taxes; revising the provisions governing the administration of the sales and use taxes to change the manner in which the taxes are required to be paid on tangible personal property purchased in the performance of certain contracts; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 161—Assemblywoman Bustamante Adams. Approved June 8, 2015

2327

407

AN ACT relating to public health; abolishing certain advisory committees and bodies within the Department of Health and Human Services; revising provisions governing the State Program for Wellness and the Prevention of Chronic Disease; revising provisions governing the Medical Care Advisory Group within the Division of Health Care Financing and Policy of the Department; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 199—Committee on Health and Human Services. Approved June 8, 2015

2336

408

AN ACT relating to healing arts; limiting the scope of services which may be performed by providers of wellness services; requiring certain disclosures by such providers; defining “wellness services”; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 295—Assemblyman Kirner (by request). Approved June 8, 2015

2340

409

AN ACT relating to guardians; requiring licensing for certain persons engaged in the business of a private professional guardian; establishing the requirements for the licensing and operation of a private professional guardian company; amending provisions relating to the appointment of a guardian under certain circumstances; adding provisions governing the appointment of certain preferred persons as guardians for adult wards; revising provisions relating to the appointment of a guardian for a minor; providing penalties; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 325—Assemblymen Sprinkle, Kirkpatrick, Seaman; and O’Neill. Approved June 8, 2015

2343

410

AN ACT relating to public works; prohibiting a public body from entering into certain contracts for public works which allow for purchase by the public body of the construction materials or goods to be used in the public work; providing that the Attorney General shall enforce the prohibition against such a contract for a public work; directing the Department of Taxation to withhold certain money payable to a public body which violates such a prohibition in a contract for a public work; revising provisions relating to certain construction projects of the Nevada System of Higher Education; revising the minimum qualifications for the Administrator of the State Public Works Division of the Department of Administration; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 332—Assemblymen Kirkpatrick; Benitez-Thompson, Carlton and Hickey. Approved June 8, 2015

2373

411

AN ACT relating to education; requiring each school district and certain charter schools to administer an early literacy screening assessment to certain pupils; authorizing certain persons to perform additional testing for dyslexia; requiring a school district and a charter school to address the needs of a pupil who has indicators for dyslexia through the response to scientific, research-based intervention system of instruction; requiring the individualized education program team of a pupil with dyslexia to consider certain instructional approaches; requiring each school district, each elementary school and certain charter schools to designate at least one employee to receive professional development regarding dyslexia; requiring the Department to prepare and publish a Dyslexia Resource Guide; requiring certain standards relating to the education of pupils with disabilities to include provisions concerning dyslexia; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 341—Assemblymen Ohrenschall, Diaz, Silberkraus, Spiegel, Carrillo; Elliot Anderson, Araujo, Carlton, Joiner, Jones, Munford, Neal, Stewart, Swank and Thompson. Joint Sponsor: Senator Ford. Approved June 8, 2015

2381

412

AN ACT relating to charter schools; revising the requirements for a project that is financed through bonds to benefit a charter school; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 351—Assemblymen Dickman, Moore, Dooling; Edwards, Ellison, Gardner, Hansen, Jones, Kirner, Munford, Oscarson, Shelton, Titus and Wheeler. Joint Sponsors: Senators Hardy; and Settelmeyer. Approved June 8, 2015

2387

413

AN ACT relating to cosmetology; requiring a makeup artist who engages in the practice of makeup artistry in a licensed cosmetological establishment in this State to register with the State Board of Cosmetology; removing the requirement for certain applicants for a license to complete a nationally recognized written examination; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 409—Assemblymen Seaman, Shelton, Fiore; Hickey, Moore and Nelson. Approved June 8, 2015

2392

414

AN ACT relating to education; creating the Spending and Government Efficiency Commission for public education; prescribing the membership and duties of the Commission; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 421—Committee on Education. Approved June 8, 2015

2399

415

AN ACT relating to education; authorizing the State Board of Education to provide for evaluations of certain licensed educational personnel and determine the manner in which to measure the performance of such personnel; revising provisions relating to pupil achievement data used as a part of the statewide performance evaluation system; revising the evaluation of teachers and administrators under the statewide performance evaluation system; requiring the State Board to designate assessments that may be used to determine pupil achievement and prescribe the evaluation system and tools to be used by a school district for measuring of an employee’s performance; authorizing a school district to apply to the State Board to use an evaluation system and tools and assessments that are different from those prescribed by the State Board; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 447—Committee on Education. Approved June 8, 2015

2401

416

AN ACT relating to county government; authorizing a board of county commissioners to exercise powers necessary or proper to address matters of local concern for the effective operation of county government; providing that such powers do not apply to certain matters; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 29—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 8, 2015

2415

417

AN ACT relating to gaming; prohibiting certain acts related to wagering; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 40—Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 8, 2015

2420

418

AN ACT relating to the Fund for Cleaning Up Discharges of Petroleum; increasing the limitation on expenditures from the Fund for cleaning up certain discharges; authorizing the expenditure of money from the Fund for the cleanup of discharges involving petrochemicals; requiring a person responsible for the discharge of a petrochemical to reimburse the Division of Environmental Protection of the State Department of Conservation and Natural Resources for the person’s share of the cost of cleaning up the discharge; defining the term “petrochemical”; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 89—Committee on Natural Resources. Approved June 8, 2015

2421

419

AN ACT relating to taxation; exempting certain persons who sell, solicit or negotiate insurance from the modified business tax applicable to financial institutions; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 103—Senators Settelmeyer and Denis. Approved June 8, 2015

2424

420

AN ACT relating to occupational diseases; revising the circumstances under which certain occupational diseases are conclusively presumed to arise out of and in the course of employment; limiting the compensation to which a person is entitled to receive for certain occupational diseases; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 153—Committee on Commerce, Labor and Energy. Approved June 8, 2015

2426

421

AN ACT relating to victims of crime; removing the limitation on the amount of compensation that may be awarded to certain victims of crime, the dependents of those victims and certain members of the victim’s household; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 230—Senator Brower (by request). Approved June 8, 2015

2434

422

AN ACT relating to public health; providing for the expenditure of certain application fees; prohibiting certain expenditures for new construction by or on behalf of a health facility in certain less populated areas without the approval of the Director of the Department of Health and Human Services; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 247—Committee on Health and Human Services. Approved June 8, 2015

2435

423

AN ACT relating to dentists; establishing requirements relating to contracts between dentists and a medical discount plan; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 341—Senators Smith, Ford, Spearman, Parks; Atkinson, Denis, Kihuen and Woodhouse. Joint Sponsor: Assemblywoman Joiner. Approved June 8, 2015

2438

424

AN ACT relating to barbering; revising provisions relating to the examination for a license as an instructor of the practice of barbering; requiring a barber school to be owned and operated by a certain number of instructors to obtain licensure of the barber school; revising the ratio of enrolled students to instructors at a barber school; revising the number of barber’s chairs required to be on the premises of a barber school; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 370—Senators Atkinson and Spearman. Joint Sponsor: Assemblyman Thompson. Approved June 8, 2015

2439

425

AN ACT relating to taxation; authorizing the board of trustees of a school district under specified circumstances to adopt a resolution establishing the formation of a Public Schools Overcrowding and Repair Needs Committee to recommend the imposition of certain taxes to fund the capital projects of the school district; providing that if such a Committee is formed and submits its recommendations to the board of county commissioners within the time prescribed, the board of county commissioners is required to submit a question to the voters at the 2016 General Election asking whether the recommended taxes should be imposed in the county; requiring the board of county commissioners to adopt an ordinance imposing any such taxes that are approved by the voters; providing for the use of the proceeds of such taxes for certain school purposes; providing for the prospective expiration of the authority of a board of trustees to establish such a Committee; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 411—Senator Smith. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Benitez-Thompson; Hickey, Joiner and Sprinkle. Approved June 8, 2015

2443

426

AN ACT relating to taxation; providing for a credit against taxes imposed on certain employers if an employer matches the contribution of an employee to certain college savings plans; providing for the amount of such a credit; providing for the credit to be applied after the year during which the credit was earned in certain circumstances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 412—Senators Harris and Lipparelli. Approved June 8, 2015

2448

427

AN ACT making appropriations to the State Department of Conservation and Natural Resources for the replacement of emergency response, firefighting and other critical equipment and vehicles; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 428—Committee on Finance. Approved June 8, 2015

2453

428

AN ACT relating to civil actions; revising provisions relating to special motions to dismiss certain claims based upon the right to petition and the right to free speech under certain circumstances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 444—Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 8, 2015

2454

429

AN ACT relating to education; providing an alternative performance framework to evaluate certain schools which serve certain populations; providing the manner in which a school may apply to be rated using the alternative performance framework; requiring the statewide system of accountability to include a method to provide grants and other financial support to certain public schools; revising provisions relating to the revocation or termination of written charters or charter contracts; authorizing the restart of certain charter schools under a new charter contract in certain circumstances; prohibiting the Department of Education from considering a school’s annual rating pursuant to the statewide system of accountability based upon the performance of a school for the 2014-2015 school year when imposing consequences on public schools; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 460—Committee on Education. Approved June 8, 2015

2457

430

AN ACT relating to animals; authorizing the State Department of Agriculture to establish by regulation requirements for the registration of certain animal remedies, veterinary biologics and pharmaceuticals for veterinary purposes with the State Department of Agriculture; requiring the licensing of manufacturers, distributors and guarantors of commercial feed by the Department; requiring a licensee to submit certain fees and reports to the Department on an annual basis; creating the Commercial Feed Account in the State General Fund; authorizing the Department to conduct certain inspections and audits; establishing labeling requirements for commercial feed manufactured, distributed or guaranteed in this State; prohibiting the misbranding, adulteration or reuse of packaging of commercial feed; requiring the Department to publish certain information on an annual basis; making various other changes relating to commercial feed; requiring the Department to establish fees; providing penalties; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 488—Committee on Finance. Approved June 8, 2015

2462

431

AN ACT relating to public health; revising the requirements for licensure as a facility for the treatment of abuse of alcohol or drugs; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 500—Committee on Finance. Approved June 8, 2015

2475

432

AN ACT relating to public health; authorizing the State Dental Health Officer and the State Public Health Dental Hygienist to serve in the unclassified service of the State or as a contractor for the Division of Public and Behavioral Health of the Department of Health and Human Services; requiring the State Dental Health Officer and the State Public Health Dental Hygienist to work collaboratively; requiring the State Dental Health Officer to seek certain information and advice from dental education programs in this State; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 501—Committee on Finance. Approved June 8, 2015

2476

433

AN ACT relating to economic development; authorizing the Executive Director of the Office of Economic Development and the Board of Economic Development to approve and issue transferable tax credits to certain businesses intending to locate or expand in this State; revising certain reporting requirements regarding economic development; clarifying certain provisions governing grants or loans of money from the Catalyst Account in the State General Fund to promote economic development; allowing certain counties and cities approved for grants or loans of money from the Catalyst Account to surrender the grants or loans in exchange for the issuance of transferable tax credits under certain circumstances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 507—Committee on Revenue and Economic Development. Approved June 8, 2015

2478

434

AN ACT relating to criminal procedure; defining certain terms relating to the interception of wire, electronic or oral communications; authorizing the use of secure electronic transmission for the submission of an application and affidavit for, and the issuance by a magistrate of, a search warrant; providing that the interception, listening or recording of a wire, electronic or oral communication by a peace officer or certain other persons is not unlawful in certain circumstances; authorizing the issuance of orders requiring a provider of electronic communication service to disclose the contents of a wire or electronic communication or a record or other information pertaining to a subscriber to, or customer of, such service in certain circumstances; providing immunity from liability to a provider of electronic communication service and associated persons for disclosing such information; revising certain existing definitions relating to the interception of wire or oral communications; authorizing the interception of electronic communications in certain circumstances; providing immunity from liability to a provider of electronic communication service, a public utility and associated persons for providing information or assistance concerning court-ordered interceptions of wire, electronic or oral communications; authorizing a judge to accept a facsimile or electronic copy of the signature of certain persons as part of an application for an order authorizing the interception of a wire, electronic or oral communication as an original signature; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 52—Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 9, 2015

2484

435

AN ACT relating to taxation; distinguishing alternative nicotine products and vapor products from other tobacco products for purposes of regulations and taxation; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 79—Committee on Revenue and Economic Development. Approved June 9, 2015

2495

436

AN ACT relating to criminal procedure; requiring the reporting of certain information relating to the forfeiture of property; revising provisions relating to the forfeiture of property; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 138—Senators Gustavson; and Settelmeyer. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Fiore, Ellison; Dickman, Jones and Wheeler. Approved June 9, 2015

2500

437

AN ACT relating to guardians; adding provisions governing the appointment of certain preferred persons as guardians for adult wards; revising provisions relating to the appointment of a guardian for a minor; revising requirements governing eligibility to utilize a public guardian; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 262—Senators Harris, Farley, Denis; Goicoechea, Gustavson, Lipparelli, Manendo, Segerblom and Settelmeyer. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Stewart, Nelson, Silberkraus, O’Neill, Seaman; Elliot Anderson, Fiore, Gardner, Jones, Trowbridge and Woodbury. Approved June 9, 2015

2503

438

AN ACT relating to local law enforcement agencies; revising provisions relating to the powers and duties of constables and deputy constables; exempting from certain provisions the sale of liquor by a sheriff or constable at a sale under execution; authorizing a constable to accept payment of certain fees by credit card, debit card or electronic transfer of money; authorizing a constable to require the payment to the constable of a convenience fee for the acceptance of payments by credit card, debit card or electronic transfer of money; revising the amount of certain fees which a constable is entitled to charge and collect; authorizing the appointment of clerks for the constable of a township; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 285—Senators Parks, Kihuen, Spearman; Ford, Manendo, Segerblom, Smith and Woodhouse. Approved June 9, 2015

2512

439

AN ACT relating to civil actions; providing immunity from civil actions for a board of trustees of a school district or the governing body of a charter school under certain circumstances; revising the applicability of certain provisions of existing law pertaining to certain civil actions involving negligence; revising provisions governing the limitation on the amount of noneconomic damages that may be awarded in certain civil actions; making various other changes relating to certain actions involving negligence; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 292—Senator Roberson. Approved June 9, 2015

2525

440

AN ACT relating to unclaimed property; exempting certain property due or owing from a business association to another business association from provisions governing the disposition of unclaimed property under certain circumstances; exempting certain intersection improvement proceeds from provisions governing the disposition of unclaimed property; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 348—Senator Roberson. Approved June 9, 2015

2529

441

AN ACT relating to public safety; revising provisions governing the admission into evidence of certain affidavits and declarations in certain criminal proceedings; specifying certain conditions under which a person is deemed not to be in actual physical control of a vehicle; revising provisions governing the administration of certain tests for the presence of alcohol, controlled substances and prohibited substances; revising provisions concerning the revocation of a license, permit or privilege to drive; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 67—Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 9, 2015

2531

442

AN ACT relating to courts; revising provisions governing the recycling of paper and paper products by courts; revising provisions governing the duties of court clerks and justices of the peace in relation to the fees charged by those officials; revising provisions governing the collection and reporting of certain statistical information by district courts, justice courts and municipal courts; changing the term “county clerk” to “clerk of the court” in certain statutes relating to the fees charged by clerks of the district courts; removing provisions requiring courts to provide to the Court Administrator certain orders relating to bail forfeitures; repealing provisions governing an offer of judgment; repealing the requirement that the Nevada Supreme Court decide an appeal from a judgment imposing the death penalty within a certain period; repealing provisions governing the selection of panels of jurors by boards of county commissioners; revising various other provisions relating to court administration; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 69—Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 9, 2015

2546

443

AN ACT relating to juvenile justice; revising provisions governing the sealing of juvenile records; setting forth factors that the juvenile court may consider in determining whether a child has been rehabilitated to the satisfaction of the juvenile court; providing that certain portions of juvenile records relating to certain civil judgments must not be sealed until the judgment is satisfied or expires; including the Chief of the Youth Parole Bureau of the Division of Child and Family Services of the Department of Health and Human Services as a person entitled to notification of the filing of a petition for the sealing of juvenile records and authorized to testify at a hearing on the petition if the circumstances warrant; revising the circumstances in which the juvenile court may order the inspection of sealed juvenile records; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 113—Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 9, 2015

2569

444

AN ACT relating to restitution; providing that a judgment requiring the payment of restitution does not expire until it is satisfied; exempting such a judgment from the time limitation for commencing an action upon or seeking the renewal thereof; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 114—Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 9, 2015

2573

445

AN ACT relating to domestic relations; repealing certain provisions relating to the custody of children and enacting certain similar provisions relating to the custody of children; prohibiting a parent who has primary or joint physical custody of a child pursuant to an order, judgment or decree of a court from relocating with the child outside this State or to certain locations within this State without the written consent of the other parent or the permission of the court as the circumstances require; authorizing an award of reasonable attorney’s fees and costs to a parent in certain circumstances; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 263—Assemblymen Stewart; Munford, Silberkraus and Woodbury. Approved June 9, 2015

2580

446

AN ACT relating to common-interest ownership; revising certain fees required to be paid by homeowners’ associations; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 474—Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 9, 2015

2592

447

AN ACT relating to motor carriers; revising provisions concerning an appeal of certain decisions of the Nevada Transportation Authority; revising provisions concerning an appeal of a final decision of the Taxicab Authority; revising provisions relating to the regulation of taxicabs; transferring the authority to administer and collect certain excise taxes from the Nevada Transportation Authority and the Taxicab Authority to the Department of Taxation; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 376—Senator Settelmeyer. Approved June 9, 2015

2594

448

AN ACT relating to industrial insurance; revising the threshold cost of a construction project at which a private company, public entity or utility may establish a consolidated insurance program; requiring the owner or principal contractor of a construction project that is covered by a consolidated insurance program to provide access to the site of the construction project and to documents relating to claims under certain circumstances; revising certain requirements for the issuance of a policy or contract of insurance providing coverage for a consolidated insurance program; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 194—Committee on Commerce, Labor and Energy. Approved June 9, 2015

2611

449

AN ACT relating to public affairs; authorizing certain persons to file complaints relating to notaries public or document preparation services with the Secretary of State; revising provisions relating to the requirements for an application for appointment as a notary public or document preparation service; revising provisions relating to the advertising of services as a notary public or document preparation service; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 401—Senators Denis, Ford, Kihuen; and Segerblom. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Flores, Diaz; Bustamante Adams, Carlton, Carrillo and Thompson. Approved June 9, 2015

2615

450

AN ACT relating to construction; amending the amount of retainage authorized on public works; amending the retention amount authorized on private works of improvement; extending existing provisions related to retainage; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 254—Senators Farley, Hardy, Harris; and Settelmeyer. Approved June 9, 2015

2621

451

AN ACT relating to marriage; revising provisions relating to fees charged and collected for the issuance of a marriage license; authorizing a board of county commissioners to adopt an ordinance imposing an additional fee for the issuance of a marriage license which must be used to promote marriage tourism in the county; authorizing a county to provide a space at certain county clerk offices for the display of informational brochures of certain persons who perform weddings; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 395—Senators Kihuen, Parks, Manendo, Atkinson, Ford; Spearman and Woodhouse. Approved June 9, 2015

2628

452

AN ACT relating to roads; revising provisions authorizing the Attorney General to bring an action to vindicate the rights of certain persons or governmental entities with respect to certain roads which cross certain federal lands; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 456—Committee on Transportation. Approved June 9, 2015

2631

453

AN ACT relating to insurance; providing that certain provisions governing insurance are not applicable to guaranteed asset protection waivers; providing for the sale of guaranteed asset protection waivers; prohibiting a creditor from conditioning certain terms of a finance agreement on the purchase of a guaranteed asset protection waiver; requiring the disclosure of certain information in a guaranteed asset protection waiver; setting forth certain requirements concerning the cancellation of a guaranteed asset protection waiver; requiring a retail dealer of vehicles who sells guaranteed asset protection waivers to purchase a policy of contractual liability insurance under certain circumstances; authorizing the Commissioner of Insurance to enforce provisions governing guaranteed asset protection waivers in certain circumstances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 253—Senators Farley; Hardy and Settelmeyer. Approved June 9, 2015

2634

454

AN ACT relating to elections; authorizing election officials to establish systems for registered voters to elect to receive sample ballots by electronic means; clarifying provisions governing the confidentiality of certain information relating to registered voters; protecting the confidentiality of electronic mail addresses provided by registered voters to election officials; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 94—Assemblyman Hansen. Approved June 9, 2015

2640

455

AN ACT relating to public works; revising provisions concerning contracts with a public body for a public work and contracts by the awardee of certain grants, tax abatements, tax credits or tax exemptions from a public body; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 159—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 9, 2015

2649

456

AN ACT relating to public works; revising the manner in which the prevailing wage is determined; requiring the Labor Commissioner to determine the prevailing wage to be a certain percentage for certain public works of school districts and the Nevada System of Higher Education; raising the estimated thresholds at or above which prevailing wage requirements apply to certain public work construction projects; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 172—Assemblymen O’Neill, Oscarson; Kirner and Stewart. Joint Sponsors: Senators Goicoechea; and Settelmeyer. Approved June 9, 2015

2652

457

AN ACT relating to business; declaring certain records to be confidential; revising provisions governing the state business portal; revising provisions governing applications for certain authorizations to conduct a business in this State issued by state and local agencies and health districts; requiring the Secretary of State to assign a unique business identification number to certain entities and persons under certain circumstances; revising provisions governing the issuance of certain licenses by the Office of the Secretary of State; requiring the Secretary of State to suspend a state business license under certain circumstances; removing the prohibition against a county clerk refusing to accept for filing certain business certificates in certain circumstances; revising provisions governing the disclosure of certain information by the Employment Security Division of the Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation; repealing certain provisions relating to the collection of information from certain businesses in this State; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 364—Assemblymen Thompson, Bustamante Adams, Diaz, Kirkpatrick, Carrillo; Elliot Anderson, Benitez-Thompson, Flores, Joiner and Ohrenschall. Joint Sponsors: Senators Denis, Parks, Woodhouse, Kihuen, Ford; Atkinson, Manendo, Roberson, Segerblom and Smith. Approved June 9, 2015

2655

458

AN ACT relating to employee leasing companies; altering the definition of “employee leasing company” to describe the nature of the relevant agreement; authorizing an employee leasing company that applies for a certificate of registration to provide consolidated or combined financial statements with its application; deeming the client company of an employee leasing company to be the employer of the employees it leases for purposes of unemployment compensation; repealing the requirement that an employee leasing company maintain an office in this State; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 389—Assemblyman Paul Anderson. Approved June 9, 2015

2677

459

AN ACT relating to economic development; directing the Office of Economic Development within the Office of the Governor to create a pilot program to encourage growth and expansion of existing businesses that are located in this State; setting forth the goals and functions of the pilot program; making an appropriation; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 399—Assemblymen Neal, Bustamante Adams and Araujo. Approved June 9, 2015

2680

460

AN ACT relating to government affairs; revising the membership of the Real Estate Commission to provide for proportionate representation based on population; providing for a decennial review of the membership of the Commission to ensure continuation of proportional representation; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 410—Assemblywoman Swank. Approved June 9, 2015

2684

461

AN ACT relating to state employees; revising provisions relating to compensation of state employees to eliminate longevity pay for such employees; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 436—Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 9, 2015

2686

462

AN ACT making an appropriation to the Division of Forestry of the State Department of Conservation and Natural Resources for costs related to employee retirement buyouts, terminal leave payments and other termination-related costs for eliminated positions within the Intergovernmental All-Risk Fire Management Program of the Division; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 438—Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 9, 2015

2688

463

AN ACT relating to property taxes; revising provisions governing appeals of the assessment of property to county boards of equalization and the State Board of Equalization; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 452—Committee on Taxation. Approved June 9, 2015

2689

464

AN ACT relating to statutes; making technical corrections to certain measures passed by the 78th Legislative Session; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 488—Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 9, 2015

2690

465

AN ACT relating to incorporated cities; authorizing the governing body of an incorporated city to exercise powers necessary or proper to address matters of local concern for the effective operation of city government; providing that such powers do not apply to certain matters; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 493—Assemblyman Hambrick. Approved June 9, 2015

2699

466

AN ACT relating to unemployment compensation; authorizing certain members of the Nevada Army National Guard and Nevada Air National Guard to receive unemployment benefits under certain circumstances; authorizing the Administrator of the Employment Security Division of the Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation to make certain information available to the Board of Regents of the University of Nevada and the Director of the Department; revising the manner in which certain claims of recipients of benefits for workers’ compensation are compared against claims for unemployment benefits to determine whether any simultaneous claiming of benefits has occurred; revising the manner in which a person who has received certain benefits or money may elect a base period; revising the period within which the Administrator may recover certain overpayments; expanding the circumstances under which a person may commit unemployment insurance fraud; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 24—Committee on Commerce, Labor and Energy. Approved June 9, 2015

2703

467

AN ACT relating to property tax; revising provisions governing the publication of property tax rolls; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 95—Senator Parks. Approved June 9, 2015

2711

468

AN ACT relating to wages; authorizing certain employers and employees to enter into a written agreement to exclude from an employee’s wages payment for certain specified periods; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 146—Senators Parks and Spearman. Joint Sponsor: Assemblywoman Bustamante Adams. Approved June 9, 2015

2717

469

AN ACT relating to gaming; revising provisions related to the preparation of a credit report in connection with a person who is seeking certain employment with a gaming licensee; revising provisions governing the disclosure of certain information by a reporting agency; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 409—Senator Lipparelli. Approved June 9, 2015

2718

470

AN ACT relating to public works; disqualifying a contractor from being awarded a contract for a public work under certain circumstances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 340—Senators Smith, Ford, Spearman, Parks; Atkinson, Denis, Kihuen, Manendo and Woodhouse. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Carrillo; Araujo, Joiner, Spiegel and Sprinkle. Approved June 9, 2015

2719

471

AN ACT relating to public retirement systems; providing that certain members of public retirement systems who are convicted of or plead guilty or nolo contendere to certain felonies forfeit, with limited exceptions, all rights and benefits under the relevant system; amending the amount of postretirement increases for persons who become members of public retirement systems on or after July 1, 2015; providing an additional benefit option for a surviving spouse or survivor beneficiary of a police officer or firefighter killed in the line of duty or other member killed in the course of employment, judicial service or legislative service on or after July 1, 2013; amending the age of eligibility to receive retirement benefits for persons, other than police officers or firefighters, who become members of the Public Employees’ Retirement System or Judicial Retirement Plan on or after July 1, 2015; revising provisions relating to the calculation of the years of service of certain members of the Public Employees’ Retirement System, the Judicial Retirement Plan and the Legislators’ Retirement System; providing, with limited exceptions, that the purchase of service credit cannot be used to reduce the number of years of service a member of each respective retirement system must earn to retire with an unreduced benefit; limiting the amount of compensation that may be used to determine retirement benefits for persons who become members of public retirement systems on or after July 1, 2015; revising the formula for calculating retirement allowances for persons who become members of certain public retirement systems on or after July 1, 2015; clarifying that the term “spouse” includes a domestic partner for purposes of eligibility for survivor benefits from a public retirement system; removing the expiration date of certain provisions relating to retired public employees who fill positions for which there are critical labor shortages; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 406—Senator Roberson. Approved June 9, 2015

2721

472

AN ACT relating to public employees; establishing the maximum allowed salaries for certain employees in the classified and unclassified service of the State; making appropriations from the State General Fund and State Highway Fund for increases in the salaries of certain employees of the State; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 489—Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 9, 2015

2740

473

AN ACT making an appropriation to the Clark County School District to carry out a program of peer assistance and review of teachers; requiring the Clark County School District to use the money to provide assistance to teachers in meeting the standards of effective teaching; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 332—Senators Roberson, Ford and Hammond. Approved June 9, 2015

2757

474

AN ACT relating to reports; revising provisions relating to reports submitted by certain entities; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 457—Committee on Legislative Operations and Elections. Approved June 9, 2015

2758

475

AN ACT relating to real estate; revising provisions governing the retention and deposit of certain surplus fees by the Real Estate Division of the Department of Business and Industry; decreasing certain fees charged by the Division; revising provisions governing certain licenses issued by the Division; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 475—Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 9, 2015

2780

476

AN ACT relating to real property; revising certain fees collected by the Real Estate Division of the Department of Business and Industry and imposing certain new fees to be collected by the Division; revising provisions relating to the disposition of such fees; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 478—Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 9, 2015

2785

477

AN ACT relating to mortgage lending; revising provisions governing the licensing and regulation of escrow agents, escrow agencies, mortgage brokers, mortgage agents and mortgage bankers; authorizing a wholesale lender from outside this State to conduct business in this State; providing for the licensure and regulation of such a wholesale lender as a mortgage broker or mortgage banker; increasing certain fees relating to escrow agents, escrow agencies, mortgage brokers, mortgage agents and mortgage bankers; requiring the Commissioner of Mortgage Lending to prescribe by regulation the requirements for the licensing, regulation and discipline of mortgage servicers; revising provisions governing the administration of the Division of Mortgage Lending of the Department of Business and Industry; revising certain provisions relating to thrift companies; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 480—Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 9, 2015

2789

478

AN ACT relating to license plates; providing for the reissuance of new license plates by the Department of Motor Vehicles at certain intervals to replace existing license plates; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 484—Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 9, 2015

2814

479

AN ACT relating to economic development; revising the duties of the Director of the Office of Science, Innovation and Technology; transferring the Advisory Council on Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics from the Department of Education to the Office; reducing the membership of the Council; revising certain duties of the Council; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 485—Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 9, 2015

2826

480

AN ACT relating to insurance; abolishing the Insurance Examination Account; requiring fees currently paid into the Account to be paid into the Fund for Insurance Administration and Enforcement; abolishing certain fees paid into the Insurance Recovery Account; authorizing the Commissioner of Insurance to impose a fee on certain licensees if the balance of the Account is less than a certain amount at the end of a fiscal year; revising initial and annual fees paid by certain insurers; abolishing the Stabilization of Insurance Costs Account and the National Association of Insurance Commissioners Account and certain fees paid into them; repealing certain other fees; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 486—Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 9, 2015

2831

481

AN ACT relating to benefits for public employees; requiring the payment of a subsidy from the State Retirees’ Health and Welfare Benefits Fund on behalf of a retired person whose coverage is provided through the federal TRICARE program; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 471—Committee on Finance. Approved June 9, 2015

2845

482

AN ACT relating to off-highway vehicles; revising provisions relating to fees collected by the Department for the titling and registration of off-highway vehicles; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 492—Committee on Finance. Approved June 9, 2015

2847

483

AN ACT relating to programs for public personnel; revising provisions relating to the subsidy paid for benefits for certain state employees who return to work for the State after a break in service; establishing for the 2015-2017 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. 513—Committee on Finance. Approved June 9, 2015

2850

484

AN ACT relating to state financial administration; authorizing expenditures by various officers, departments, boards, agencies, commissions and institutions of the State Government for the 2015-2017 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. Assembly Bill No. 490—Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 9, 2015

2854

485

AN ACT relating to education; providing for the award of a grant of money to a nonprofit organization for use in Fiscal Year 2015-2016 and Fiscal Year 2016-2017 to promote the establishment of high quality charter schools to serve families with the greatest needs; requiring the nonprofit organization that receives such money to match the money awarded and to prepare an annual report; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 491—Committee on Finance. Approved June 9, 2015

2871

486

AN ACT relating to education; creating the Teachers’ School Supplies Reimbursement Account; providing for an annual allocation from the Account to each school district and charter school for distribution to teachers for reimbursement for certain out-of-pocket expenses; authorizing the donation of unclaimed property to the Account under certain circumstances; making an appropriation; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 133—Senators Roberson, Harris, Brower, Farley, Lipparelli; Denis, Hammond and Woodhouse. Approved June 9, 2015

2873

487

AN ACT relating to governmental financial administration; providing for the imposition, administration and payment of a commerce tax on the Nevada gross revenue of certain business entities engaged in business in this State; revising provisions governing the rate and calculation of the payroll tax imposed on certain businesses in this State; revising provisions governing the rate and distribution of the excise tax on cigarettes; revising provisions governing the state business license fee; revising provisions governing the fee imposed on certain business entities for filing an initial or annual list; extending the prospective expiration of certain requirements regarding the advance payment and computation of the tax on the net proceeds from certain mining operations conducted in this State; removing the prospective expiration of certain requirements regarding the imposition of the local school support tax; revising provisions relating to the allocation of a certain portion of the proceeds of the basic governmental services tax; temporarily extending the expiration of the 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. 483—Committee on Revenue and Economic Development. Approved June 9, 2015

2876

488

AN ACT relating to tobacco; expanding the definition of “manufacturer” to include certain persons manufacturing cigarettes using certain cigarette rolling machines; prohibiting a manufacturer from operating a cigarette rolling machine without a license from the Department of Taxation; authorizing the seizure and destruction of cigarette rolling machines under certain circumstances; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 83—Committee on Taxation. Approved June 9, 2015

2956

489

AN ACT relating to public health; revising the composition and duties of health districts in certain larger counties; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 314—Senator Roberson. Joint Sponsor: Assemblyman Thompson. Approved June 9, 2015

2961

490

AN ACT relating to local governments; revising provisions relating to the reopening of a collective bargaining agreement during a period of fiscal emergency; excluding certain money from collective bargaining negotiations and from consideration in determining the ability of local governments, other than school districts, to pay compensation and monetary benefits; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 168—Senators Settelmeyer, Goicoechea, Gustavson and Lipparelli. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Kirner, O’Neill, Trowbridge and Wheeler. Approved June 9, 2015

2965

491

AN ACT relating to state financial administration; creating the Nevada Advisory Council on Federal Assistance; providing for the membership, powers and duties of the Council; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 214—Committee on Finance. Approved June 9, 2015

2969

492

AN ACT relating to education; making various changes concerning policies governing data which includes information about pupils that is maintained by the Department of Education; requiring certain contracts that require disclosure of personally identifiable information concerning pupils to include provisions concerning the protection of such information; requiring the Department to adopt a data security plan for collecting, maintaining and transferring data concerning pupils; requiring the annual report of the state of public education to include certain information concerning the collection, maintenance and transfer of data concerning pupils; requiring certain entities to adopt policies concerning data which includes information concerning pupils; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 221—Assemblyman Kirner. Approved June 9, 2015

2972

493

AN ACT relating to unlawful acts; prohibiting a person from obstructing certain property or roadways; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 258—Assemblywoman Fiore. Approved June 9, 2015

2977

494

AN ACT relating to unarmed combat; requiring the Nevada Athletic Commission to perform drug testing of amateur and professional unarmed combatants; requiring the Governor to designate a member of the Commission as Chair of the Commission; increasing the percentage of the total gross receipts from admission fees to a live contest or exhibition of unarmed combat required to be paid by a promoter as part of a license fee; requiring a portion of such percentage to be deposited with the State Treasurer for credit to the Athletic Commission’s Agency Account; eliminating certain license fees; granting certain authority to the Chair of the Commission; revising provisions concerning disciplinary action taken by the Commission; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 476—Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 9, 2015

2978

495

AN ACT relating to medical marijuana; revising provisions relating to the allocation of medical marijuana establishment registration certificates; authorizing the transfer of a medical marijuana establishment registration certificate in certain circumstances; authorizing a medical marijuana establishment to move to a new location under certain circumstances; revising provisions governing the registration of certain medical marijuana establishments; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 276—Senators Segerblom and Farley. Approved June 9, 2015

2985

496

AN ACT relating to mental health; expanding the list of persons authorized to file an application for the emergency admission of a person alleged to be a person with mental illness and a petition for the involuntary court-ordered admission of such a person to certain facilities or programs; expanding the list of persons authorized to complete certain certificates concerning the mental condition of another; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 7—Committee on Health and Human Services. Approved June 9, 2015

2989

497

AN ACT relating to professions; authorizing certain qualified professionals who hold a license in the District of Columbia or another state or territory of the United States to apply for the issuance of an expedited license by endorsement to practice in this State; revising provisions relating to certain limited licenses to practice medicine as a resident physician; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 68—Committee on Commerce, Labor and Energy. Approved June 9, 2015

2995

498

AN ACT relating to economic development; authorizing a person who locates or expands a data center in this State to apply to the Office of Economic Development for a partial abatement of certain property taxes and local sales and use taxes; establishing criteria by which a data center may qualify for such a partial abatement; establishing the maximum duration and percentage of such partial abatements; requiring the Office to approve an application for a partial abatement if the applicant meets the criteria for eligibility; authorizing the Office to approve a partial abatement of taxes for certain qualified businesses that colocate with a data center for which a partial abatement has been approved; revising provisions governing eligibility for a partial abatement of certain property taxes and sales and use taxes for a data center that is or will be located in a historically underutilized business zone, a redevelopment area, an area eligible for a community development block grant or an enterprise community; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 170—Senators Roberson, Ford, Lipparelli and Harris. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Kirkpatrick and Hambrick. Approved June 9, 2015

3041

499

AN ACT relating to education; requiring the Department of Education to develop certain policies, procedures and guidance related to class-size reduction; requiring the Legislative Auditor to conduct an audit concerning the use of money by each school district for the class-size reduction program; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 278—Assemblymen Elliot Anderson, Kirkpatrick, Diaz, Benitez-Thompson, Carlton; Paul Anderson, Araujo, Bustamante Adams, Carrillo, Flores, Hambrick, Joiner, Munford, Neal, Ohrenschall, Oscarson, Spiegel, Sprinkle, Swank and Thompson. Approved June 9, 2015

3060

500

AN ACT relating to wildlife; authorizing certain traps, snares or similar devices used in the trapping of wild mammals to be registered with the Department of Wildlife; limiting the requirement to obtain a permit to take or kill fur-bearing mammals injuring property; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 4—Senator Settelmeyer. Approved June 9, 2015

3062

501

AN ACT relating to the protection of children; requiring the Division of Child and Family Services of the Department of Health and Human Services to conduct an annual review of the placement of children in specialized foster homes by an agency which provides child welfare services; authorizing the Administrator of the Division to require an agency which provides child welfare services to take corrective action in certain circumstances; requiring the Division to submit an annual report concerning specialized foster care to the Governor and the Legislature; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 107—Committee on Health and Human Services. Approved June 9, 2015

3064

502

AN ACT relating to the judiciary; revising provisions governing the benefits of a retired justice or judge; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 69—Committee on Finance. Approved June 9, 2015

3066

503

AN ACT relating to public schools; requiring the Director of the Office for a Safe and Respectful Learning Environment within the Department of Education to establish the Safe-to-Tell Program to enable the anonymous reporting of dangerous, violent or unlawful activity, or threats thereof, in or at a public school; prohibiting the release of records or information of the Program except under certain circumstances; creating and providing for the expenditure of money from the Safe-to-Tell Program Account; requiring the Director of the Office for a Safe and Respectful Learning Environment to post on the Internet website maintained by the Department a list of each gift or donation received for deposit in the Account and the name of each donor; creating and providing duties for the Safe-to-Tell Program Advisory Committee; providing penalties; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 338—Senators Smith, Woodhouse, Ford, Kihuen, Parks; Atkinson, Denis, Manendo and Spearman. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Sprinkle; Elliot Anderson, Araujo, Carrillo, Diaz, Flores, Joiner, Munford and Swank. Approved June 10, 2015

3069

504

AN ACT relating to the Office of the Attorney General; transferring authority over the application for a fictitious address from the Secretary of State to the Attorney General; creating the Office of Military Legal Assistance in the Office of the Attorney General; extending the date for expiration of the Substance Abuse Working Group; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 60—Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 10, 2015

3077

505

AN ACT relating to offenders; expanding the authorization for offenders to have access to telecommunications devices under certain circumstances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 294—Senators Parks, Ford, Kihuen; Denis, Manendo and Woodhouse (by request). Approved June 10, 2015

3080

506

AN ACT relating to marijuana; revising the crime of counterfeiting or forging a registry identification card for the medical use of marijuana; defining certain terms, including “concentrated cannabis”; revising the definition of marijuana for certain purposes; making it unlawful to extract concentrated cannabis; revising the provisions pertaining to trafficking in marijuana and concentrated cannabis; providing for the issuance of a letter of approval to certain children that allows such children to engage in the medical use of marijuana; revising certain exemptions from state prosecution for marijuana related offenses; revising provisions governing the return of seized marijuana, paraphernalia or related property from certain persons; providing that certain records created by the Division of Public and Behavioral Health of the Department of Health and Human Services relating to the medical use of marijuana are not confidential; authorizing the Division to issue a registry identification card; revising provisions relating to the location and operation of medical marijuana establishments; authorizing law enforcement agencies to adopt policies and procedures governing the medical use of marijuana by employees; providing penalties; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 447—Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 10, 2015

3083

507

AN ACT relating to real property; establishing supplemental procedures for the retaking of a dwelling subject to housebreaking or unlawful entry; establishing procedures for the retaking of a dwelling subject to forcible entry or forcible detainer; revising provisions relating to unlawful detainer; revising the procedures for removing a tenant who is guilty of an unlawful detainer; establishing the criminal offenses of housebreaking, unlawful entry and unlawful reentry; providing penalties; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 386—Assemblymen Flores, Seaman, Dooling, Carrillo, Kirkpatrick; Dickman, Joiner, O’Neill, Spiegel, Thompson, Titus, Wheeler and Woodbury. Joint Sponsors: Senators Denis and Kihuen. Approved June 10, 2015

3111

508

AN ACT relating to redevelopment; requiring a portion of the revenues from taxes imposed on property in certain redevelopment areas to be set aside and used for public educational facilities; revising provisions relating to the extension of certain redevelopment plans; revising provisions relating to the recalculation of the total assessed value of taxable property in certain redevelopment areas; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 445—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 10, 2015

3139

509

AN ACT relating to elections; revising the definitions of certain terms relating to elections; increasing the maximum number of registered voters that may be included in an election precinct; providing that election board officers are appointed for polling places; eliminating the requirements for county clerks to publish the full text of a statewide measure or county referendum three times; revising the requirements for certain information on ballots; revising requirements related to voter signatures at polling places; revising requirements relating to the publication of names of registered voters at polling places; revising certain information required for documents prepared during early voting; authorizing election officials to establish a system for registered voters to elect to receive sample ballots by electronic means; clarifying provisions governing the confidentiality of certain information relating to registered voters; protecting the confidentiality of electronic mail addresses provided by registered voters to election officials; making various other changes relating to elections; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 462—Committee on Legislative Operations and Elections. Approved June 10, 2015

3145

510

AN ACT relating to the Legislature; requiring certain legislative measures requested by Legislators to be prefiled; revising provisions governing the submission of a request for the drafting of a legislative measure to the Legislative Counsel; revising the deadline for prefiling legislative measures; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 495—Committee on Legislative Operations and Elections. Approved June 10, 2015

3181

511

AN ACT relating to the Legislative Department of the State Government; revising and clarifying provisions relating to the Legislative Department of the State Government; clarifying provisions relating to legislative studies and investigations; clarifying provisions relating to the work produced by and matters entrusted to the Legislative Counsel Bureau; clarifying the statutory codification of the constitutional doctrines of separation of powers and legislative privilege and immunity; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 496—Committee on Legislative Operations and Elections. Approved June 10, 2015

3190

512

AN ACT relating to taxes; revising provisions governing the financing of certain undertakings located in a tax increment area; authorizing, under certain circumstances, the allocation of certain sales and use taxes and employer excise taxes for the payment of debt incurred by a municipality that has designated a tax increment area for the purpose of financing an undertaking; authorizing, under certain circumstances, the financing of certain undertakings located in a tax increment area through the purchase by the State Treasurer of certain municipal securities and revenue securities; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 497—Assemblywoman Kirkpatrick. Approved June 10, 2015

3197

513

AN ACT relating to partnerships; exempting, under certain circumstances, certain persons from liability as a partner by estoppel and liability as a purported partner; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 329—Senators Lipparelli, Hammond, Roberson; Gustavson and Hardy. Approved June 10, 2015

3213

514

AN ACT relating to business; establishing procedures for the ratification or validation of certain noncompliant corporate acts; providing that a trust company may be formed as a corporation; revising provisions governing the stock ledger maintained by the registered agent of a corporation; revising provisions setting forth the required officers of a corporation; revising provisions governing transactions involving interested directors or officers; revising provisions governing the stock of corporations; revising provisions governing meetings of stockholders of corporations; revising provisions governing certain transactions between corporations and interested stockholders; revising provisions relating to articles and certificates of incorporation; revising provisions establishing the time of organization of certain business entities; revising provisions governing the allocation of certain liabilities after a merger of business entities; revising provisions governing notarial acts; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 446—Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 10, 2015

3215

515

AN ACT relating to public officers; increasing the compensation of elected county officers except in certain circumstances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 482—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 10, 2015

3246

516

AN ACT relating to education; revising provisions relating to the employees and duties of the State Public Charter School Authority; authorizing and requiring certain sponsors of charter schools to make certain agreements with the Authority and other sponsors of charter schools; revising provisions governing applications to form a charter school; authorizing a charter management organization to apply for a waiver of requirements concerning the composition of the governing body of a charter school; revising provisions governing amendments to a written charter or charter contract; authorizing the consolidation of the operations of multiple charter schools under certain circumstances; revising the circumstances under which the sponsor of a charter school is authorized or required to revoke a written charter or terminate a charter contract; authorizing a sponsor to reconstitute the governing body of a charter school in certain circumstances; authorizing the sponsor of a charter school whose written charter has been revoked or whose charter contract has been terminated to take certain measures to attempt to replace the charter school; exempting certain high-performing charter schools from the requirement that certain teachers be licensed; establishing alternative qualifications for such teachers; revising certain other provisions governing the operation of a charter school; authorizing a charter school to receive certain money; revising provisions governing the continuation of certain achievement charter schools; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 509—Committee on Education. Approved June 10, 2015

3250

517

AN ACT relating to real property; authorizing a mortgagor or a grantor or the person who holds title of record with respect to a deed of trust to initiate participation in what is commonly known as the Foreclosure Mediation Program with the mortgagee or beneficiary of the deed of trust under certain circumstances; abolishing the Program as of June 30, 2017; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 512—Committee on Finance. Approved June 10, 2015

3315

518

AN ACT relating to real property; revising provisions relating to the “one action rule” for recovery of a debt secured by a mortgage or lien on real property; revising provisions governing certain actions to enforce an obligation or debt secured by a mortgage or deed of trust; revising provisions governing the election to participate in mediation in a judicial foreclosure action; revising provisions governing deficiency judgments; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 453—Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 10, 2015

3335

519

AN ACT relating to private investigations; exempting the Private Investigator’s Licensing Board from certain administrative procedures governing professional licensing boards; exempting certain professionals who provide information security from regulation as a private investigator; deleting provisions requiring a licensee or applicant for a license to maintain a principal place of business in this State; authorizing the Board to revoke the registration of a registered employee under certain circumstances; revising certain provisions relating to licensure and registration by the Board; revising provisions relating to disciplinary actions by the Board; providing penalties; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 173—Assemblymen Hickey, O’Neill and Kirner. Approved June 10, 2015

3345

520

AN ACT relating to short-term lessors of vehicles; revising provisions governing the charging and collection of governmental services fees required upon the short-term leasing of passenger cars; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 203—Assemblyman Carrillo (by request). Approved June 10, 2015

3356

521

AN ACT relating to business; declaring certain records to be confidential; revising provisions governing the state business portal; revising provisions governing applications for certain authorizations to conduct a business in this State issued by state and local agencies and health districts; revising provisions governing the state business license; requiring the Secretary of State to issue unique business identification numbers under certain circumstances; revising provisions governing the issuance of certain licenses by incorporated cities and counties; removing the prohibition against a county clerk refusing to accept for filing certain business certificates in certain circumstances; revising provisions governing the disclosure of certain information by the Employment Security Division of the Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation; repealing certain provisions relating to the collection of information from businesses seeking certain authorizations to conduct business in this State; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 59—Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 10, 2015

3358

522

AN ACT relating to insurance; adopting the provisions of various model laws and acts of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners; setting forth the manner in which the Commissioner of Insurance may adopt the Valuation Manual adopted by the National Association of Insurance Commissioners; revising provisions regarding the confidentiality of certain information and materials provided to the Division of Insurance of the Department of Business and Industry; revising provisions regarding the requirements for annual financial statements filed by self-insured employers for workers’ compensation; revising provisions regarding licensing requirements; revising provisions regarding the cash value of policies of life insurance; allowing insurer’s to issue electronic proof of insurance certificates for automobiles; revising provisions governing state-chartered risk retention groups; authorizing the Division to access certain sealed records of licensees and applicants for licenses; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 67—Committee on Commerce, Labor and Energy. Approved June 10, 2015

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523

AN ACT relating to suppression of fires; temporarily requiring the entity that is responsible for the closest emergency fire-fighting vehicle to respond to and suppress certain fires in certain counties; exempting an airport authority located in certain counties from this requirement; requiring certain entities to negotiate an automatic aid agreement concerning certain matters; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 185—Senator Kieckhefer. Approved June 10, 2015

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524

AN ACT relating to personal financial administration; revising provisions relating to the distribution and administration of the estate of a deceased person; revising provisions governing certain nonprobate transfers; revising provisions relating to the creation and administration of trusts; providing for the creation and administration of public benefit trusts; revising the powers that may be exercised by a trustee; revising provisions relating to directed trusts; revising provisions relating to the jurisdiction of a court in cases concerning the administration of the estate of a deceased person and the administration of trusts; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 484—Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 10, 2015

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525

AN ACT relating to elections; revising deadlines by which certain signature petitions of minor political parties and independent candidates for office must be submitted and filed; revising deadlines by which signatures of certain signature petitions must be verified; revising deadlines by which certain vacancies in nominations for office must be filled; revising deadlines by which certain challenges to candidacies must be filed; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 499—Committee on Legislative Operations and Elections. Approved June 10, 2015

3567

526

AN ACT relating to state governmental administration; revising certain provisions governing district boards of agriculture, agricultural associations and the operation of a state fair or regional fair in this State; making various changes to provisions governing noxious weeds; revising certain provisions governing public sales of livestock and licenses for the operation of public livestock auctions; authorizing the issuance of a free-sale certificate for an agricultural product under certain circumstances; requiring a person to register as a produce vendor under certain circumstances; requiring the State Sealer of Consumer Equitability to take certain actions concerning cash registers and to establish civil penalties for certain tests of nonconforming point-of-sale systems and cash registers; revising certain provisions governing the inspection of meat and poultry, pesticides and the sale of antifreeze; repealing and reenacting, without substantive change, provisions relating to the cleanup of discharged petroleum; repealing provisions relating to dangerous caustic or corrosive acids, alkalis and other substances; authorizing the imposition of a civil penalty for certain violations relating to apiaries, quarantines, noxious weeds and meat, fish, produce, poultry and eggs; providing penalties; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 77—Committee on Natural Resources, Agriculture, and Mining. Approved June 10, 2015

3578

527

AN ACT relating to foster care; authorizing the storage of a firearm and ammunition on the premises of a family foster home in certain circumstances; authorizing certain persons to carry a firearm on their person while in the presence of a foster child in certain circumstances; providing that an agency which provides child welfare services is immune from liability for any injury caused by a firearm on the premises of a family foster home or that was carried in the presence of a foster child; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 167—Assemblymen Fiore, Shelton, Seaman, Ellison, Hansen; Armstrong, Dickman, Dooling, Gardner, Hambrick, Jones, Kirner, Moore, O’Neill, Oscarson, Silberkraus, Stewart, Titus, Trowbridge, Wheeler and Woodbury. Joint Sponsors: Senators Gustavson, Atkinson; and Goicoechea. Approved June 10, 2015

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528

AN ACT relating to deceptive trade practices; requiring the Commissioner of Consumer Affairs or the Director of the Department of Business and Industry to provide investigative assistance to the Attorney General with cases involving deceptive trade practices; revising the provisions governing the revolving account for the Consumer Affairs Division of the Department of Business and Industry; revising provisions governing the service of subpoenas issued by the Division; expanding injunctive relief available against a person engaging in a deceptive trade practice; authorizing the Director to assess administrative fines; revising provisions relating to assurances of discontinuance; revising provisions relating to nondisclosure; creating the Consumer Affairs Unit within the Department of Business and Industry; continuing the transfer of certain powers and duties of the Consumer Affairs Division and the Commissioner of Consumer Affairs to the Office of the Attorney General; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 481—Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 10, 2015

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529

AN ACT relating to electric utilities; revising provisions relating to the emissions reduction and capacity replacement plan of an electric utility; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 498—Assemblyman Hambrick. Approved June 10, 2015

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530

AN ACT relating to occupational safety; removing provisions governing the expiration and renewal of certain completion cards obtained by construction workers and supervisory employees; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 233—Committee on Commerce, Labor and Energy. Approved June 10, 2015

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531

AN ACT relating to energy efficiency; directing the Legislative Committee on Energy to conduct an interim study concerning the development, viability, expansion and implementation of energy efficiency programs and the viability of establishing green banks and similar entities to help finance the use and harnessing of clean energy in this State, for both commercial and residential properties; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 360—Senators Spearman, Ford, Woodhouse, Kihuen, Parks; Denis, Manendo and Segerblom. Approved June 10, 2015

3658

532

AN ACT relating to local governments; prohibiting a county, incorporated city or regional transportation commission from creating, maintaining or displaying a comprehensive model or map of the physical location of all or a substantial portion of the facilities of a public utility, public water system or video service provider; providing that the prohibition does not limit the authority of a county, city or regional transportation commission to require a public utility, public water system or video service provider to disclose information relating to the physical location of the facilities of the public utility, public water system or video service provider to facilitate certain public projects; revising provisions relating to municipal utilities; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 481—Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 10, 2015

3661

533

AN ACT relating to the Nevada Highway Patrol Division of the Department of Public Safety; requiring certain peace officers employed by the Nevada Highway Patrol to wear a portable event recording device under certain circumstances; requiring the Nevada Highway Patrol to adopt policies and procedures governing the use of portable event recording devices; providing that records made by portable event recording devices are public records and may be requested under certain circumstances; exempting the use of portable event recording devices from provisions governing the interception of certain communications; exempting the use of portable event recording devices upon certain property; requiring the Advisory Commission on the Administration of Justice to review the policies and procedures adopted by the Nevada Highway Patrol governing the use of portable event recording devices; making an appropriation; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 111—Senators Ford and Atkinson. Approved June 11, 2015

3663

534

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 2015-2017 biennium; providing for the use of the money so appropriated; making various other changes relating to the financial administration of the State; repealing the prospective expiration of certain provisions relating to the Nevada Supreme Court; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 514—Committee on Finance. Approved June 11, 2015

3669

535

AN ACT relating to education; creating the Great Teaching and Leading Fund; prescribing the administration and use of money in the Fund; authorizing certain entities to submit an application to the State Board of Education for a grant of money from the Fund; requiring the Superintendent of Public Instruction to post a list of each gift or grant received for deposit in the Fund on the Internet website maintained by the Department of Education; requiring school districts and charter schools to ensure that certain professional development is available to teachers and administrators; revising provisions governing the provision of training by the regional training programs for the professional development of teachers and administrators; creating the Advisory Task Force on Educator Professional Development to study and report on matters relating to professional development of teachers, school administrators and other educational personnel; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 474—Committee on Finance. Approved June 11, 2015

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536

AN ACT relating to education; revising provisions governing the Nevada Plan; removing the provisions requiring a single annual count of pupils enrolled in public schools and requiring school districts to make quarterly reports of average daily enrollment; prospectively removing the provision of funding through the use of special education program units and including a multiplier to the basic support guarantee for pupils with disabilities; revising provisions governing the inclusion of pupils enrolled in kindergarten; revising provisions governing the hold harmless provisions for school districts and charter schools; creating the Contingency Account for Special Education; revising provisions governing certain persons with disabilities; requiring the Department of Education to develop a plan for implementing a multiplier to the basic support guarantee for certain categories of pupils; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 508—Committee on Finance. Approved June 11, 2015

3701

537

AN ACT relating to education; ensuring sufficient funding for K-12 public education for the 2015-2017 biennium; apportioning the State Distributive School Account in the State General Fund for the 2015-2017 biennium; authorizing certain expenditures; making appropriations for purposes relating to basic support, class-size reduction and other educational purposes; making contingent appropriations for certain educational programs and services; 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. 515—Committee on Finance. Approved June 11, 2015

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538

AN ACT relating to taxation; revising provisions relating to the rate, imposition and calculation of the tax on live entertainment; revising provisions governing the exemptions and exclusions from the tax on live entertainment; revising provisions governing the distribution of certain proceeds of the tax on live entertainment; revising various provisions relating to the tax on live entertainment; revising provisions governing investigations and the initiation of complaints by the State Gaming Control Board for violations relating to the tax on live entertainment; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 266—Senators Lipparelli, Hardy; Goicoechea, Hammond, Kieckhefer and Settelmeyer. Joint Sponsor: Assemblywoman Kirkpatrick. Approved June 11, 2015

3760

539

AN ACT relating to education; establishing the Achievement School District within the Department of Education; authorizing certain underperforming schools to be converted to achievement charter schools sponsored by the Achievement School District; prescribing requirements for the conversion of a public school to an achievement charter school and the operation of an achievement charter school; providing for the use of certain school buildings by an achievement charter school without compensation; authorizing a school district to provide services to an achievement charter school under certain circumstances; prescribing certain conditions of employment for a teacher at an achievement charter school; authorizing the conversion of an achievement charter school to a public school in a school district or a charter school; revising provisions governing the use of school buildings owned by the board of trustees of the school district by a charter school; making reassignment of the employees of an achievement charter school outside the scope of collective bargaining; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 448—Committee on Education. Approved June 11, 2015

3775

540

AN ACT relating to education; requiring the board of trustees of each school district annually to reserve money for the payment of an increase in salaries to certain teachers and administrators employed by the school district; revising provisions relating to the program of performance pay and enhanced compensation to be established for each school district; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 483—Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 11, 2015

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541

AN ACT relating to education; authorizing the designation of certain underperforming schools as turnaround schools; allowing certain measures to be taken with respect to the administration and personnel of such schools; excluding the right of a school district to make reassignments of a principal or teacher from such a school from the scope of collective bargaining; providing for certain incentives to encourage employment at a school designated as a turnaround school; revising provisions relating to the reassignment of a teacher or administrator whose overall performance is designated as minimally effective or ineffective; requiring the board of trustees of a school district to consider specified factors in carrying out a reduction in force; directing the Legislative Counsel to reorganize certain statutory provisions relating to education; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 92—Committee on Education. Approved June 11, 2015

3822

542

AN ACT relating to municipal obligations; clarifying that a general obligation issued or incurred by a municipality or school district must be used only for the stated purpose for which the general obligation was originally issued or incurred; requiring certain information to be included in certain publications relating to the intent of a municipality to issue or incur obligations; revising the manner of publication of a certain notice; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 170—Assemblymen Dickman, Wheeler, Fiore; Ellison, Hambrick, Moore and Shelton. Approved June 11, 2015

3839

543

AN ACT relating to education; authorizing boards of trustees of contiguous school districts to consolidate their respective school districts; creating an advisory committee and technical advisory committee for the purpose of developing a plan to reorganize the Clark County School District into certain local school precincts; providing for the membership, compensation and duties of the committees; requiring the State Board of Education to adopt regulations providing for the implementation of the plan; revising provisions related to collective bargaining, contingent upon implementation of the plan; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 394—Assemblymen Gardner, Fiore, Jones, Silberkraus, Hickey; Dickman, O’Neill, Seaman and Trowbridge. Approved June 11, 2015

3842

544

AN ACT relating to education; providing for the creation and implementation of the Breakfast After the Bell Program; requiring public schools with a certain percentage of pupils from low-income families to participate in the Program; providing certain exceptions; prescribing certain powers and duties of the State Department of Agriculture with respect to implementing and enforcing the Program; establishing the disbursements that may be made to a participating school; prescribing the manner in which money received under the Program may be used by a participating school; requiring the Department to prepare an annual report with respect to the implementation and effectiveness of the Program and to submit the report annually to the Governor and the Legislature; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 503—Committee on Finance. Approved June 12, 2015

3851

545

AN ACT relating to the military; creating the Women Veterans Advisory Committee; setting forth the composition of the Committee; requiring the Committee to perform duties and conduct activities of concern to, and of assistance to, women veterans of the Armed Forces of the United States; requiring the Committee to submit an annual report; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 241—Assemblymen Edwards, Armstrong, Kirner, Ellison, Elliot Anderson; Hambrick, Hickey, Moore, Oscarson, Stewart and Trowbridge. Joint Sponsor: Senator Goicoechea. Approved June 12, 2015

3856

546

AN ACT relating to professions; requiring the Administrator of the Employment Security Division of the Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation to gather and report certain data to the Interagency Council on Veterans Affairs; authorizing a private employer to adopt an employment policy that gives preference in hiring to a veteran or the spouse of a veteran; authorizing the Nevada Equal Rights Commission to review such an employment policy under certain circumstances; revising provisions governing the dissemination of certain records of criminal history; authorizing certain persons to obtain a commercial driver’s license without taking a driving skills test; authorizing certain qualified professionals to apply for a license by endorsement to practice in this State; requiring a regulatory body to develop opportunities for reciprocity of licensure for certain qualified professionals; requiring a regulatory body in certain circumstances to prepare and submit to the Interagency Council on Veterans Affairs an annual report relating to veterans; authorizing certain regulatory bodies to enter into certain reciprocal agreements relating to the practice of licensed professionals; revising provisions relating to the licensure of an allopathic and osteopathic physician; revising provisions relating to the practice of dentistry and dental hygiene, including, without limitation, the licensing requirements for and the issuance of a license to dentists and dental hygienists; establishing a fee for the inspection of a facility required by the Board of Dental Examiners of Nevada to ensure compliance with infection control guidelines; authorizing certain qualified physicians and podiatrists to obtain a license by endorsement under certain circumstances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 89—Committee on Commerce and Labor. Approved June 12, 2015

3859

547

AN ACT relating to taxation; allowing a person who qualifies as both a military veteran and the surviving spouse of a veteran to claim both of the veterans’ exemptions from property taxes and governmental services taxes; revising the calculation of the inflation adjustment to certain exemptions from property taxes and governmental services taxes for certain veterans; providing a deduction from the payroll tax for wages paid to newly hired full-time employees who are veterans; providing an exemption from certain sales and use taxes for certain relatives of a member of the Nevada National Guard who is called into active service and is killed while performing his or her duties as a member of the Nevada National Guard; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 71—Committee on Taxation. Approved June 12, 2015

3923

548

AN ACT relating to veterans affairs; requiring the Department of Veterans Services and the Nevada Veterans Services Commission to prepare certain reports; imposing certain duties on the Interagency Council on Veterans Affairs relating to veterans and servicemen and servicewomen and their families; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 482—Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 12, 2015

3932

549

AN ACT relating to projects of capital improvement; authorizing certain expenditures by the State Public Works Division of the Department of Administration; 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. 491—Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 12, 2015

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