Today, Governor Sisolak announced that he is planning to begin a special session to address the State’s Fiscal Year 2021 budget on Wednesday, July 8. The planned date of the session was determined after coordinating with legislative leadership.
From today’s press release:
“The formal proclamation to convene a special session of the Nevada State Legislature will be issued by the Governor’s Office at a later date. The Governor and legislative leadership are working to assess potential additional items to be included in any special session proclamation, including policy proposals related to criminal and social justice reform.
While the Governor is hopeful that the special session will commence on July 8, due to the unprecedented nature of the State’s current situation, he will remain flexible and provide any updates on the timing of the session as needed, based on public health conditions. ”
The full press release can be found HERE.
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