The latest hearings on issues we think will be of interest to you are shown below.
Monday, May 8
AB348 Revises provisions governing courses of instruction in sex education.
AJR10 Expresses opposition to the development of a repository for spent nuclear fuel and high-level radioactive waste at Yucca Mountain in the State of Nevada.
SB2 (WS) Revises provisions relating to the surrender of a newborn child to a provider of emergency services.
SB122 (WS) Establishes a program to provide grants for family planning services.
SB326 (WS) Requires a child care facility to grant priority in admission to children of a parent serving or who has served in the Armed Forces of the United States.
AB145 Extends the statute of limitations for certain civil actions for damages for injuries incurred as a child as a result of sexual abuse or pornography.
AB478 (WS) Revises provisions relating to elections.
Tuesday, May 9
SB110 (WS) Revises provisions governing the process for a change of name.
SB117 Revises provisions relating to election accessibility.
SB491 Makes various changes relating to mechanical voting systems and mechanical recording devices.
SJR17* Proposes to amend the Nevada Constitution to expand the rights guaranteed to victims of crime.
Wednesday, May 10
AB163 Revises provisions governing certain short-term loans.
AB258 (WS) Revises provisions governing the Nevada Commission for Women.
AB286 Revises provisions relating to court programs for the treatment of veterans and members of the military.
AB95 (WS) Revises provisions governing child support.
AB108 (WS) Provides for the periodic review of Medicaid reimbursement rates.
AB142 (WS) Establishes provisions concerning children seeking federal status as special immigrant juveniles.
AB249 Requires the State Plan for Medicaid and all health insurance plans to provide certain benefits relating to contraception.
AB305 (WS) Requires each public school and private school to post a toll-free telephone number for a child abuse or neglect hotline.
AB340 (WS) Requires the Department of Health and Human Services to take certain actions to improve access to diapers and diapering supplies for recipients of public assistance.
AB346 (WS) Enacts requirements relating to certain providers of child care.
AB427 Revises provisions governing eligibility of certain convicted persons for public assistance.
AJR7 Expresses the opposition of the Nevada Legislature to certain proposed changes to the federal Medicare and Social Security programs.
Thursday, May 11
SB472 Revises provisions governing registration and community notification of juveniles adjudicated delinquent for committing certain sexual offenses.
SB473 Excludes juveniles from increased penalties for certain sexual offenses.
AB180 Enacts the Juvenile Justice Bill of Rights.
Friday, May 12
SB387 Provides for the issuance of certain orders for protection.