General File Bills - 1st & 2nd House Passage
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BillSummary
1st Vote
Day of 1st House Passage
2nd Vote
Day of 2nd House Passage
Status
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Bills Enrolled to Secretary of State
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AJR002Seeking to amend the Nevada Constitution to allow same sex-marriage27-14Thursday, March 919-2Monday, May 1To Secretary of State
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AJR005Removes the NSHE Board of Regents from the Nevada Constitution38-4Tuesday, April 2518-2Thursday, May 25To Secretary of State
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AJR007Expresses opposition to changing Medicare/Social Security26-14Friday, March 1718-3Wednesday, May 17To Secretary of State
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AJR009Urges Congress not to repeal the Affordable Care Act27-15Tuesday, April 2512-9Wednesday, May 17To Secretary of State
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AJR010Opposing Yucca Mountain32-6Friday, April 2119-2Wednesday, May 17To Secretary of State
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AJR011Urges Congress to not let I-11 bypass Mineral County42-0Tuesday, April 2521-0Tuesday, May 23To Secretary of State
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AJR013
Support for enacting/using the Antiquities Act and designating Basin and Range/Gold Butte as national monuments
27-15Tuesday, April 2512-9Wednesday, May 17To Secretary of State
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SJR001Replaces State Board of Pardons with Clemency Board20-0Wednesday, March 833-8Friday, May 26To Secretary of State
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SJR002Ratifies the Equal Rights Amendment to the Constitution of the United States13-8Wednesday, March 128-14Monday, March 20To Secretary of State
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SJR003Voting rights in Nevada constitution21-0Tuesday, April 2538-3Friday, May 26To Secretary of State
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SJR004
Urges Congress to propose an amendment to the U.S. Constitution to allow reasonable regulation of political contributions by corporations, unions and individuals
12-9Tuesday, April 2526-14Thursday, May 25To Secretary of State
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SJR005Urges Congress to implement Marketplace Fairness Act20-1Tuesday, March 2833-7Thursday, May 25To Secretary of State
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SJR008Urges Congress not to repeal the ACA12-9Monday, April 327-14Friday, May 26To Secretary of State
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SJR010Rescinds all previous resoultions asking for a constitutional convention20-0Tuesday, April 439-0Tuesday, May 9To Secretary of State
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SJR012Support for federal management of public lands12-9Tuesday, April 2527-14Friday, May 26To Secretary of State
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SJR013Expresses support of Nevada Legislature for wildlife conservation21-0Tuesday, April 1828-13Friday, May 26To Secretary of State
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SJR006Minimum wage constitutional amendment12-9Wednesday, May 3127-15Monday, June 5To Secretary of State
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SJR014Property tax changes constitutional amendment13-8Wednesday, May 1727-15Monday, June 5To Secretary of State
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AJR014Emergency room constitutional amendment26-14Thursday, June 112-9Sunday, June 4To Secretary of State
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SJR017*Marsy's Law21-0Monday, April 1741-0Friday, May 26To 2018 ballot
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Bills the Governor Vetoed
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IP001Automatic voter registration27-14Wednesday, February 2212-9Monday, March 13Vetoed; to 2018 ballot
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AB101Use of fees for large predator control26-16Tuesday, April 2512-9Thursday, May 18Vetoed by governor
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AB136
Changes bail rules; allows court to consider alternate ways to ensure court appearance
36-6Tuesday, April 2512-9Wednesday, May 17Vetoed by governor
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AB154Decrease prevailing wage threshold, removes K-12/college building exemption25-15Thursday, April 1312-9Thursday, May 18Vetoed by governor
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AB175Amended minimum wage bill - health insurance requirements (exempted)27-14Wednesday, May 2412-9Saturday, June 3Vetoed by governor
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AB188Reducing eligibility for Silver State Opportunity Grant to 12 credits a semester27-15Tuesday, April 2514-7Tuesday, May 23Vetoed by governor
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AB20650% RPS by 203030-12Wednesday, May 2412-9Monday, June 5Vetoed by governor
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AB259Allow court to vacate convictions of certain marijuana crimes27-15Tuesday, April 2512-9Tuesday, May 23Vetoed by governor
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AB271
Makes changes for public employees unions including negotiations with employers for leave
26-12Monday, April 1712-9Wednesday, May 17Vetoed by governor
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AB272
Permissive voting centers, permissive early voting extension, polling place on Indian colonies
31-11Tuesday, April 2512-9Friday, May 19Vetoed by governor
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AB277Land use planning around natural conservation zones (Save Red Rock bill)30-12Tuesday, April 2514-7Tuesday, May 23Vetoed by governor
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AB290Union leave time changes41-0Wednesday, May 3112-9Saturday, June 3Vetoed by governor
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AB303Limits use of private prisons38-3Wednesday, May 2412-9Thursday, June 1Vetoed by governor
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AB348Sex ed28-12Tuesday, May 3012-9Sunday, June 4Vetoed by governor
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AB350Employee orientation includes meeting time with unions27-15Tuesday, April 2512-9Monday, May 22Vetoed by governor
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AB364
Directs Department of Transportation to conduct an interim study concerning roadway traffic and safety
41-1Tuesday, April 2521-0Friday, May 19Vetoed by governor
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AB374Medicaid-For-All like health insurance plan27-13Tuesday, May 3012-9Friday, June 2Vetoed by governor
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AB376
Complaint has to be filed 72 hours after arrest, 48 hour exentions for good cause
42-0Tuesday, April 2515-6Friday, May 26Vetoed by governor
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AB382Limits on surprise hospital bills31-10Wednesday, May 3112-9Sunday, June 4Vetoed by governor
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AB403Authorizes Legislative Commission to nullify certain regulations33-9Tuesday, April 2512-9Friday, June 2Vetoed by governor
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AB407
Designates the state land grant institutions in this State and requires a legislative audit of cooperative extension programs
30-12Friday, June 215-6Sunday, June 4Vetoed by governor
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AB408Codifies ACA in state law27-15Tuesday, April 2512-9Friday, May 26Vetoed by governor
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AB427
Removes requirement that convicted people complete a drug treatment program before receiving TANF/SNAP
32-10Tuesday, April 2513-8Wednesday, May 24Vetoed by governor
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AB438
Reduces penalty for use of controlled substance to misdemeanor, change name of drug trafficking
31-11Tuesday, April 2512-9Wednesday, May 17Vetoed by governor
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AB445TNC insurance38-4Tuesday, April 2512-9Wednesday, May 17Vetoed by governor
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SB106Raises minimum wage to $11/$12 an hour12-9Wednesday, May 1727-15Monday, June 5Vetoed by governor
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SB140Residential confinement for old offenders13-8Tuesday, April 1832-10Thursday, May 18Vetoed by governor
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SB173Requires acheivement charter schools pay prevailing wage12-8Wednesday, March 2227-15Friday, May 19Vetoed by governor
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SB196Paid sick leave for employees12-9Tuesday, April 1825-15Thursday, May 25Vetoed by governor
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SB265Pharmaceutical transparency bill19-2Friday, May 1926-14Thursday, May 25Vetoed by governor
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SB356Collective bargaining omnibus12-9Friday, April 2125-14Thursday, May 25Vetoed by governor
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SB357Public work apprenticeships12-9Tuesday, April 2527-14Friday, May 26Vetoed by governor
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SB374Marijuana massages12-9Tuesday, April 2526-14Monday, May 22Vetoed by governor
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SB384Confindentiality of certain information in PERS records11-10Friday, April 2125-14Thursday, May 25Vetoed by governor
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SB392Community solar gardens17-4Wednesday, May 3130-12Monday, June 5Vetoed by governor
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SB397Penalties and fines for certain unlawful discriminatory practices12-9Friday, April 2126-14Thursday, May 25Vetoed by governor
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SB416Apprenticeships at medical marijuana establishments12-9Monday, April 2426-13Tuesday, May 23Vetoed by governor
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SB427Freight trains must have crew minimums12-9Tuesday, May 2327-11Saturday, June 3Vetoed by governor
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SB434Requires city attorneys in Reno/Sparks be appointed rather than elected12-9Tuesday, April 1822-18Tuesday, May 23Vetoed by governor
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SB464Labor agreements for renovating the LVCVA11-10Monday, April 2427-15Monday, June 5Vetoed by governor
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SB469
Revising percentage of budgeted ending fund balance of local governments excluded from collective bargaining agreements
12-9Friday, April 2126-13Tuesday, May 23Vetoed by governor
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Bills the Governor Signed
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AB001
Requires NSHE to pay tuition of children of public employees killed in line of duty
41-0Wednesday, April 521-0Tuesday, May 2Signed by governor
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AB002Revises provisions governing the Patriot Relief Account41-0Tuesday, February 2821-0Monday, March 27Signed by governor
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AB004Repeals law on reciprocal enforcement of support orders with foreign countries40-0Friday, March 320-0Thursday, May 11Signed by governor
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AB005Creation of certain local improvement districts34-8Tuesday, April 2521-0Tuesday, May 23Signed by governor
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AB006
Removes exemption for motion picture businesses to pay for a state business license
41-0Wednesday, March 1520-0Thursday, May 11Signed by governor
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AB007Assessments for pupil achievement41-0Friday, May 2620-0Thursday, June 1Signed by governor
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AB008Revises collection of delinquent municipal charges38-2Monday, April 1721-0Tuesday, May 16Signed by governor
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AB009Authorizes the Secretary of State to appoint a deputy of securities41-0Tuesday, February 2820-0Wednesday, March 22Signed by governor
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AB011Drones can't fly over "critical facilities" owned by Colorado River commission40-0Friday, March 2420-0Thursday, May 11Signed by governor
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AB012Establishing code of conduct for insurance adjusters, licensure changes42-0Tuesday, April 2521-0Monday, May 15Signed by governor
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AB013
Changes the name of the document issued to change the name of a business to a "state business license"
41-0Tuesday, February 2820-0Wednesday, March 22Signed by governor
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AB014Requires fingerprints related to name change, domestic violence40-0Thursday, April 1320-0Thursday, May 11Signed by governor
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AB017
Have to slow down and change lanes when passing a NDOT vehicle with flashing lights
40-0Friday, March 1720-0Thursday, May 11Signed by governor
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AB019
Standardizes collection of information by the Interagency Council on Veterans Affairs
41-0Tuesday, February 2821-0Monday, April 24Signed by governor
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AB020Revises special employment programs for people with disablities42-0Thursday, April 1321-0Tuesday, May 16Signed by governor
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AB021Candidates who fail to meet qualifications can't appear on ballot42-0Tuesday, April 2519-0Wednesday, May 31Signed by governor
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AB022Statewide database of veterans services42-0Thursday, April 1321-0Tuesday, May 16Signed by governor
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AB023
Authorizes parole divison to establish and operate independent reporting facilities
40-0Friday, May 2621-0Saturday, June 3Signed by governor
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AB024
Exempts certain students of military families/students who are active duty from out of state tuition charges at NSHE institutions
42-0Thursday, March 221-0Monday, March 13Signed by governor
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AB025Defines what it means for a probationer to be current with fees or restitution41-0Thursday, March 912-9Friday, May 26Signed by governor
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AB026Changes criminal record/history dissemination process42-0Tuesday, April 2521-0Monday, May 22Signed by governor
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AB027Transfers certain duties from Parole Board to Department of Corrections41-0Thursday, March 920-0Thursday, May 11Signed by governor
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AB028Authorizes Commission on judicial discipline to require judicial office forfeiture40-0Monday, April 1720-0Thursday, May 11Signed by governor
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AB029Makes several revisions to off-highway vehicle regulations26-13Tuesday, May 921-0Saturday, June 3Signed by governor
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AB031Changes rules for Specialist for the Rights of Elderly Persons41-0Thursday, March 921-0Tuesday, May 16Signed by governor
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AB032Changes requrirements/authorization to use pesticides42-0Tuesday, April 2520-1Thursday, May 11Signed by governor
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AB033Abolishes certain obsurce agricultural boards36-4Monday, April 1720-0Thursday, May 11Signed by governor
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AB034Reduces number of appraisals required for sale/lease of state land42-0Tuesday, April 2521-0Wednesday, May 17Signed by governor
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AB035Insurance law changes36-2Friday, April 2121-0Monday, May 1Signed by governor
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AB036
Revises Reno city charter, creates an addtional ward and other election changes
42-0Wednesday, March 812-9Friday, May 26Signed by governor
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AB037Creating chief justices for certain municipal and justice courts39-1Friday, March 320-0Thursday, May 11Signed by governor
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AB038Electronic transmission of certain bail documents40-0Monday, April 1720-0Thursday, May 11Signed by governor
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Signed/Vetoed
Passed Both Houses
Senate
Assembly