Nevada Legislature

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42 Assembly Members
  • 27 Democrats
  • 14 Republicans
21 Senators
  • 13 Democrats
  • 7 Republicans

Bills

Recently Introduced

ACR 1

Adopts the Joint Rules of the Senate and Assembly for the 35th Special Session of the Nevada Legislature. (BDR R-1)

  • Introduced Jun 07 2023
  • Enrolled and delivered to Secretary of State. File No. 1. Jun 15 2023
  • Sponsored by Assembly Committee On Legislative Operations And Elections

SR 2

Provides that no allowances will be paid for the 35th Special Session of the Nevada Legislature for periodicals, stamps, stationery or communications. (BDR R-5)

SR 1

Adopts the Rules of the Senate for the 35th Special Session of the Nevada Legislature. (BDR R-2)

AR 1

Provides that no allowances will be paid for the 35th Special Session for periodicals, stamps, stationery or communications. (BDR R-6)

  • Introduced Jun 07 2023
  • Enrolled and delivered to Secretary of State. File No. 2. Jun 15 2023
  • Sponsored by Assembly Committee On Legislative Operations And Elections
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Recently Passed

SB 364

Makes various changes relating to cultural remains. (BDR 33-533)

  • Introduced Mar 22 2023
  • To enrollment. Enrolled and delivered to Governor. Approved by the Governor. Chapter 533. Jun 16 2023
  • Sponsored by Ira Hansen, Julie Pazina, Dallas Harris, and 4 more.

SB 1

Revises provisions governing economic infrastructure projects. (BDR S-9)

  • Introduced Jun 07 2023
  • Chapter 1. Jun 16 2023
  • Sponsored by Senate Committee Of The Whole

ACR 1

Adopts the Joint Rules of the Senate and Assembly for the 35th Special Session of the Nevada Legislature. (BDR R-1)

  • Introduced Jun 07 2023
  • Enrolled and delivered to Secretary of State. File No. 1. Jun 15 2023
  • Sponsored by Assembly Committee On Legislative Operations And Elections

SB 370

Revises provisions relating to the protection of consumer information. (BDR 52-42)

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Available Sessions

Session Bill Count
35th (2023) Special Session 5
34th (2023) Special Session 5
2023 Regular Session 1096
33rd (2021) Special Session 13
2021 Regular Session 1035
32nd (2020) Special Session 22
31st (2020) Special Session 22
2019 Regular Session 1157
2017 Regular Session 1144

Sources

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