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Bills we’re tracking

Statutes of Nevada in the State Library and Archive in Carson City. Photo by Barry Smith.

Below is a list of bills and bill drafts that we are tracking at the Nevada Press Association. We have two primary interests — open government (meetings, records and public notices) and the newspaper industry, when it may be affected by taxes, labor laws, advertising restrictions or similar matters.

We will try to keep the list updated as the session progresses. For the latest information, however, it is always best to visit the Legislative Counsel Bureau’s site to check on bills, as amendments may be offered and actions taken. In a 120-day session, changes can come up fast.

Bill draft requests, designated only by a number with no link, give only generic information about the request and, in most instances, language of the bill has not yet been drafted.

If you are aware of a bill not on this list that you think we should be following, please let us know.

27-122
SB39
Revises provisions relating to state purchasing.

45-139
SB75
Department of Wildlife
Makes various changes relating to the Department of Wildlife.

142 Senator Parks
SB110
AN ACT relating to civil actions; exempting from the publication requirement a court-ordered change of name if the reason for the change is to conform the person’s name to his or her gender identity; and providing other matters properly relating thereto.

205 Senator Roberson
Revises provisions relating to public notices.

250 Ethics Commission
SB84
Makes various changes relating to the Commission on Ethics.

SB94
Revises provisions relating to elections.
(BDR 24-19)

291 Assemblyman Flores
Revises provisions governing security of personal information.

20-376 Attorney General
SB6
Revises provisions governing the confidentiality of information contained in County Assessors’ records.

23-377 Attorney General
SB30
Revises provisions governing the acceptance of gifts by certain public officers.

18-385 Attorney General
SB25
Revises provisions governing the organization of the functions of the Office of the Attorney General related to domestic violence and the Confidential Address Program.

19-389
AB42
Attorney General
Makes various changes to the Nevada Public Records Law.

SB56
Provides a charter for the City of Mesquite. (BDR S-434)

20-400
SB79
Nevada Supreme Court
Revises provisions relating to confidential information.

10-407
SB10
State Treasurer
Revises provisions relating to notice and publication of lists of abandoned property.

14-437
SB9
Clark County
Revises provisions relating to pre-sentencing investigation reports.

14-439
SB8
Nevada Association of Counties
Revises provisions relating to pre-sentence investigation reports.

Gansert
SB160

Administrative regulations.

506
Senator Ratti
Revises provisions governing the Public Employees’ Retirement System.

509
Senator Harris
Revises provisions relating to privacy.

560
Senator Segerblom
Revises provisions governing public records.

658
Assemblyman McCurdy
Revises provisions governing sealing of records.

666
Senator Ford
Joint Requester: Senator Atkinson, Senator Spearman, Assemblyman Frierson, Assemblyman McCurdy, Assemblywoman Miller, Assemblywoman Monroe-Moreno, Assemblywoman Neal, Assemblyman Thompson
Provides for the use of portable event recording devices by peace officers.

811
Assemblywoman Bilbray-Axelrod
Revises provisions governing procedures for changing the name of a minor.

842
Senate Minority Leader
Revises provisions governing the Public Employees’ Retirement Board.

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