Nevada Revised Statutes: Chapter 484
Establishment; minimum requirements. NRS 484.3591 Temporary roadblock ... which occupy at least 300 feet of frontage on one side or 300 feet collectively on both sides ...
Common terms of the Legislature
Act A bill passed by both houses and signed by the Governor. Action. Any step of parliamentary procedure upon a proposed law or resolution. Adjournment The ending of a legislative day; regular adjournment ...
Nevada Revised Statutes: Chapter 233B
... to establish minimum procedural requirements for the regulation-making and adjudication procedure of all agencies of the Executive Department of the State Government and for judicial review of both ...
Nevada Revised Statutes: Chapter 202
NRS 202.060 Saloonkeeper allowing minor to remain in establishment ... maximum term of not more than 15 years, or by a fine of not more than $10,000, or by both fine ...
NEVADA REVISED STATUTES: CHAPTER 444
Establishment in certain larger counties; administration; required elements; delegation of certain ... buildings, tents or other structures established or maintained as living quarters where both ...
General Information: Committee Hearings
To avoid additional expense and duplication of effort for both witnesses and committee members, joint hearings by committees in both Houses may be held
How a Bill is Passed, Summary
If the second house does not recede, the bill is referred to a conference committee that includes members of both houses. Conference The conference committee attempts to reconcile the differences and ...
Nevada Revised Statutes: Chapter 200
... and a maximum term of not more than 6 years, or by a fine of not more than $5,000, or by both ... i) Any person who maintains or is employed by a facility or establishment that provides care for older ...
THE CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF NEVADA
... of any such regulation which appears to exceed that authority, until it is reviewed by a legislative body composed of members of the Senate and Assembly which is authorized to act on behalf of both ...
71st Session Bill Information
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