Nevada Legislature

42 Assembly Members
  • 26 Democrats
  • 16 Republicans
21 Senators
  • 12 Democrats
  • 9 Republicans

Bills

Recently Introduced

SB 48

Requires the Director of the Department of Motor Vehicles to designate an agent to provide certain services in certain remote cities. (BDR 43-369)

  • Introduced Nov 18 2020
  • From printer. Dec 15 2020
  • Sponsored by Senate Committee On Growth And Infrastructure

SB 7

Provides that the juvenile court has exclusive jurisdiction over certain orders for protection where the adverse party is a child under 18 years of age. (BDR 5-391)

  • Introduced Nov 18 2020
  • From printer. Dec 14 2020
  • Sponsored by Senate Committee On Judiciary

SB 38

Establishes provisions governing the retention of pro bono legal assistance by the Office of the Attorney General. (BDR 18-409)

  • Introduced Nov 18 2020
  • From printer. Dec 14 2020
  • Sponsored by Senate Committee On Government Affairs

SB 47

Revises provisions governing public borrowing. (BDR 30-395)

  • Introduced Nov 18 2020
  • From printer. Dec 15 2020
  • Sponsored by Senate Committee On Government Affairs
View more bills

Recently Passed

SR 4

Expresses appreciation to the Senate staff for their service during the 32nd Special Session of the Nevada Legislature. (BDR R-21)

AR 4

Expresses appreciation to the Assembly staff for their service during the 32nd Special Session of the Nevada Legislature. (BDR R-19)

SCR 2

Expresses appreciation to the staff of the Legislative Counsel Bureau for their service during the 32nd Special Session of the Nevada Legislature. (BDR R-18)

SCR 1

Urges certain actions to address the public health crisis in Nevada. (BDR R-28)

  • Introduced Aug 05 2020
  • Enrolled and delivered to Secretary of State. File No. 12. Aug 06 2020
  • Sponsored by Senate Committee Of The Whole
View more bills

Available Sessions

Session Bill Count
2021 Regular Session 154
32nd (2020) Special Session 22
31st (2020) Special Session 22
2019 Regular Session 1157
2017 Regular Session 1144

Sources

Data on Open States is updated nightly from the official website of the Nevada Legislature.

If you notice any inconsistencies with these official sources, feel free to file an issue.