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RESOLUTIONS AND MEMORIALS

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Adopting the Standing Rules of the Assembly for the 78th Session of the Legislature. Assembly Resolution No. 1—Committee on Legislative Operations and Elections.

3953

2

Providing for the appointment of Assembly attaches. Assembly Resolution No. 2—Committee on Legislative Operations and Elections.

3976

3

Providing allowances to the leadership and other members of the Assembly for periodicals, stamps, stationery and communications. Assembly Resolution No. 3—Committee on Legislative Operations and Elections.

3977

4

Adopting the Standing Rules of the Senate for the 78th Session of the Legislature. Senate Resolution No. 1—Senators Roberson and Ford.

3977

5

Providing allowances to the leadership and other members of the Senate for periodicals, stamps, stationery and communications. Senate Resolution No. 2—Senators Roberson and Ford.

3998

6

Recognizing the appointment of the Senate session staff. Senate Resolution No. 3—Senators Roberson and Ford.

3999

7

Adopting the Joint Standing Rules of the Senate and Assembly for the 78th Session of the Legislature. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 1—Committee on Legislative Operations and Elections.

3999

8

Providing for the voluntary transfer of a portion of Legislators’ salaries to the State General Fund. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 2—Assemblymen Hambrick and Kirkpatrick. Joint Sponsors: Senators Roberson and Ford.

4015

9

Providing for the appointment of an additional attache for the Assembly. Assembly Resolution No. 4—Committee on Legislative Operations and Elections.

4016

10

Urging Congress to facilitate the payment of contractors who completed hazardous fuels treatment projects in the Lake Tahoe Basin pursuant to contracts with the Nevada Fire Safe Council. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 3—Committee on Natural Resources, Agriculture, and Mining.

4016

11

Temporarily suspending subparagraph (1) of paragraph (d) of subsection 1 of Joint Standing Rule No. 14.2. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 3—Senators Roberson and Ford. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Hambrick and Kirkpatrick.

4017

12

Providing for the appointment of an additional attache for the Assembly. Assembly Resolution No. 5—Committee on Legislative Operations and Elections.

4018

13

Honoring Nevadans who have lost their lives in the Global War on Terrorism. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 3—Assemblymen Elliot Anderson, Kirkpatrick, Hambrick, Paul Anderson, Bustamante Adams; Araujo, Armstrong, Benitez-Thompson, Carlton, Carrillo, Diaz, Dickman, Dooling, Edwards, Ellison, Fiore, Flores, Gardner, Hansen, Hickey, Joiner, Jones, Kirner, Moore, Munford, Neal, Nelson, Ohrenschall, O’Neill, Oscarson, Seaman, Shelton, Silberkraus, Spiegel, Sprinkle, Stewart, Swank, Thompson, Titus, Trowbridge, Wheeler and Woodbury. Joint Sponsors: Senators Spearman, Ford, Roberson, Brower, Woodhouse; Atkinson, Denis, Farley, Goicoechea, Gustavson, Hammond, Hardy, Harris, Kieckhefer, Kihuen, Lipparelli, Manendo, Parks, Segerblom, Settelmeyer and Smith.

4018

14

Providing for the appointment of additional attaches for the Assembly. Assembly Resolution No. 6—Committee on Legislative Operations and Elections.

4019

15

Authorizing the State Public Works Division of the Department of Administration to receive and use federal grant money for the demolition of the field maintenance shop at the Nevada National Guard Henderson Armory. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 7—Committee on Finance.

4019

16

Inducting Dean Rhoads into the Senate Hall of Fame. Senate Resolution No. 4—Senators Roberson, Ford; Atkinson, Brower, Denis, Farley, Goicoechea, Gustavson, Hammond, Hardy, Harris, Kieckhefer, Kihuen, Lipparelli, Manendo, Parks, Segerblom, Settelmeyer, Smith, Spearman and Woodhouse.

4020

17

Inducting Terry Care into the Senate Hall of Fame. Senate Resolution No. 5—Senators Roberson, Ford; Atkinson, Brower, Denis, Farley, Goicoechea, Gustavson, Hammond, Hardy, Harris, Kieckhefer, Kihuen, Lipparelli, Manendo, Parks, Segerblom, Settelmeyer, Smith, Spearman and Woodhouse.

4021

18

Inducting Randolph J. Townsend into the Senate Hall of Fame. Senate Resolution No. 6—Senators Roberson, Ford; Atkinson, Brower, Denis, Farley, Goicoechea, Gustavson, Hammond, Hardy, Harris, Kieckhefer, Kihuen, Lipparelli, Manendo, Parks, Segerblom, Settelmeyer, Smith, Spearman and Woodhouse.

4022

19

Providing for the appointment of an additional attache for the Assembly. Assembly Resolution No. 7—Committee on Legislative Operations and Elections.

4024

20

Proposing to amend the Nevada Constitution to preserve the right to hunt, trap and fish in this State. Senate Joint Resolution No. 11—Senators Hammond, Goicoechea, Gustavson; and Settelmeyer.

4024

21

Commemorating the 30th anniversary of the sister-state relationship between the State of Nevada and Taiwan. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 8—Senators Hammond; Atkinson, Brower, Denis, Farley, Ford, Goicoechea, Gustavson, Hardy, Harris, Kieckhefer, Kihuen, Lipparelli, Manendo, Parks, Roberson, Segerblom, Settelmeyer, Smith, Spearman and Woodhouse. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Kirkpatrick; Elliot Anderson, Paul Anderson, Araujo, Armstrong, Benitez-Thompson, Bustamante Adams, Carlton, Carrillo, Diaz, Dickman, Dooling, Edwards, Ellison, Fiore, Flores, Gardner, Hambrick, Hansen, Hickey, Joiner, Jones, Kirner, Moore, Munford, Neal, Nelson, Ohrenschall, O’Neill, Oscarson, Seaman, Shelton, Silberkraus, Spiegel, Sprinkle, Stewart, Swank, Thompson, Titus, Trowbridge, Wheeler and Woodbury.

4025

22

Urging the United States Congress and the United States Fish and Wildlife Service to take certain actions to reduce the impact of common ravens on the greater sage grouse and desert tortoise populations in this State. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 2—Committee on Natural Resources, Agriculture, and Mining.

4026

23

Adding former Assemblyman Alan H. Glover to the Assembly Wall of Distinction. Assembly Resolution No. 8—Assemblymen Hambrick, Paul Anderson and Kirkpatrick.

4028

24

Adding former Assemblywoman Peggy Pierce to the Assembly Wall of Distinction. Assembly Resolution No. 9—Assemblymen Hambrick, Paul Anderson and Kirkpatrick.

4029

25

Adopting new Standing Rules of the Senate for the remainder of the 78th Session of the Legislature. Senate Resolution No. 7—Senator Roberson.

4030

26

Memorializing former Assemblyman Joseph “Joe” Michael Hogan, Sr. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 4—Assemblymen Kirkpatrick; Elliot Anderson, Paul Anderson, Araujo, Armstrong, Benitez-Thompson, Bustamante Adams, Carlton, Carrillo, Diaz, Dickman, Dooling, Edwards, Ellison, Fiore, Flores, Gardner, Hambrick, Hansen, Hickey, Joiner, Jones, Kirner, Moore, Munford, Neal, Nelson, Ohrenschall, O’Neill, Oscarson, Seaman, Shelton, Silberkraus, Spiegel, Sprinkle, Stewart, Swank, Thompson, Titus, Trowbridge, Wheeler and Woodbury. Joint Sponsors: Senators Atkinson, Brower, Denis, Farley, Ford, Goicoechea, Gustavson, Hammond, Hardy, Harris, Kieckhefer, Kihuen, Lipparelli, Manendo, Parks, Roberson, Segerblom, Settelmeyer, Smith, Spearman and Woodhouse.

4052

27

Memorializing former Assemblyman Peter L. “Pete” Livermore. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 5—Assemblymen Hambrick; Elliot Anderson, Paul Anderson, Araujo, Armstrong, Benitez-Thompson, Bustamante Adams, Carlton, Carrillo, Diaz, Dickman, Dooling, Edwards, Ellison, Fiore, Flores, Gardner, Hansen, Hickey, Joiner, Jones, Kirkpatrick, Kirner, Moore, Munford, Neal, Nelson, Ohrenschall, O’Neill, Oscarson, Seaman, Shelton, Silberkraus, Spiegel, Sprinkle, Stewart, Swank, Thompson, Titus, Trowbridge, Wheeler and Woodbury. Joint Sponsors: Senators Kieckhefer; Atkinson, Brower, Denis, Farley, Ford, Goicoechea, Gustavson, Hammond, Hardy, Harris, Kihuen, Lipparelli, Manendo, Parks, Roberson, Segerblom, Settelmeyer, Smith, Spearman and Woodhouse.

4053

28

Recognizing the strategic partnership and bond of friendship with, and expressing the Nevada Legislature’s support for, the State of Israel. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 1—Assemblyman Ellison; Elliot Anderson, Paul Anderson, Araujo, Armstrong, Benitez-Thompson, Bustamante Adams, Carrillo, Diaz, Dickman, Dooling, Edwards, Fiore, Gardner, Hambrick, Hansen, Hickey, Joiner, Jones, Kirkpatrick, Kirner, Moore, Munford, Neal, Nelson, O’Neill, Ohrenschall, Oscarson, Seaman, Shelton, Silberkraus, Spiegel, Stewart, Thompson, Titus, Trowbridge, Wheeler and Woodbury.

4055

29

Urging Congress to enact legislation allowing individual states to establish daylight saving time as the standard time in their respective states throughout the calendar year. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 4—Assemblymen Edwards, Armstrong, Oscarson; Dickman, Ellison, Kirner and Ohrenschall. Joint Sponsor: Senator Goicoechea.

4056

30

Urging Congress to enact legislation transferring title to certain public lands to the State of Nevada in accordance with the report prepared by the Nevada Land Management Task Force. Senate Joint Resolution No. 1—Senators Goicoechea and Gustavson. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Ellison, Hansen, Oscarson, Wheeler, Hambrick; Dooling, Fiore and Kirner.

4057

31

Urging Congress to require the sharing of federal receipts from commercial activity on certain public lands with the State of Nevada and its counties. Senate Joint Resolution No. 2—Senators Goicoechea and Gustavson. Joint Sponsors: Assemblymen Ellison, Hansen and Oscarson.

4060

32

Urging Congress to enact the Marketplace Fairness Act. Senate Joint Resolution No. 4—Senator Woodhouse.

4061

33

Expressing support for the 2014 Nevada Greater Sage-Grouse Conservation Plan developed by the Sagebrush Ecosystem Council and urging the United States Fish and Wildlife Service not to list the greater sage-grouse as an endangered or threatened species under the Endangered Species Act of 1973. Senate Joint Resolution No. 5—Committee on Legislative Operations and Elections.

4062

34

Encouraging certain entities to approve, require and provide educational programs relating to caring for persons with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 2—Senator Hardy.

4064

35

Urging Congress to enact comprehensive immigration reform. Senate Joint Resolution No. 21—Committee on Legislative Operations and Elections.

4066

36

Proposing to amend the Nevada Constitution to require that an initiative petition which creates, generates or increases any public revenue be approved by the affirmative vote of not less than two-thirds of the voters voting on the question. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 8—Assemblymen Dickman, Wheeler, Armstrong, Jones, Fiore; Paul Anderson, Edwards, Ellison, Gardner, O’Neill, Oscarson, Seaman, Shelton, Silberkraus, Titus and Trowbridge. Joint Sponsors: Senators Gustavson; and Goicoechea.

4068

37

Proposing to amend the Nevada Constitution to expand the rights guaranteed to victims of crime by adopting a victims’ bill of rights. Senate Joint Resolution No. 17—Senators Roberson, Harris, Farley; Hardy and Settelmeyer.

4072

38

Designating certain members of the Assembly as regular and alternate members of the Legislative Commission for the 2015-2017 biennium. Assembly Resolution No. 10—Committee on Legislative Operations and Elections.

4075

39

Designating certain members of the Senate as regular and alternate members of the Legislative Commission for the 2015-2017 biennium. Senate Resolution No. 8—Committee on Legislative Operations and Elections.

4076

40

Proposing to amend the Nevada Constitution to provide a citizens’ commission to establish the compensation of certain elected officers. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 10—Assemblymen Dooling, Gardner; Seaman, Shelton, Stewart and Trowbridge.

4077

41

Proposing to amend the Nevada Constitution to limit the total amount of certain property taxes that may be levied on real property. Senate Joint Resolution No. 13—Senators Settelmeyer, Gustavson; and Goicoechea.

4081