The G3Wire- December 9, 2022

Legislative Update

Important Dates

BDR Deadline- December 10, 2022

Session Begins- February 6, 2023

This week, the Senate Democrats announced committee assignments for the upcoming legislative session:

The list of Bill Draft Requests (BDRs) is available on the Legislature‚Äôs website. As of December 9, 2022, 548 BDRs have been submitted by various entities to the Legislative Counsel for drafting. Additionally, 138 bills have been pre-filed and are available on the legislative website.

Economic Forum: Lombardo, lawmakers will have $11.4 billion for two-year budget (NV Independent)

Assemblywoman Rochelle Nguyen expected to replace state Sen. Chris Brooks (NV Independent)

Federal Updates

Cortez Masto, Cornyn Introduce Bipartisan Bill to Help Law Enforcement Identify Child Trafficking Victims

Cortez Masto Introduces Bicameral Resolution for Latina Equal Pay Day

Cortez Masto Joins Colleagues in Bipartisan Bill to Protect and Preserve Native American Languages

Rosen Bipartisan Legislation to Hold Russia Accountable For Human Rights Abuses Advances Out of Committee

Rosen, Colleagues Send Bipartisan Letter Urging Department of Agriculture to Support Priorities for Western States

Rosen Leads Bipartisan, Bicameral Letter Urging President Biden to Develop Whole-of-Government Strategy to Counter Antisemitism, Strengthen Interagency Coordination

Amodei Statement On FY23 NDAA

Horsford Votes to Enshrine Marriage Equality Under Federal Law

Updates from the Governor and Governor-Elect

Governor Sisolak announces appointments for November

Governor Sisolak issues statement on 2022 Economic Forum

State of Nevada completes awards for $500 million Home Means Nevada initiative

Nevada Gov.-elect Lombardo announces committee heads

State Agency and Local Government Updates

Attorney General Ford Announces Opioid Litigation Settlements with Walmart, American Drug Stores

Secretary Cegavske Announces an Increase in Active Registered Voters in November

Executive Director Michael Brown Announces Departure From GOED

Local organization receives $3 million to improve rural food access

CCB Issues First Cannabis Consumption Lounge Prospective Licenses

Upcoming Events

Victory Celebration: Assemblywomen Natha Anderson and Angie Taylor (Dec. 13)

Victory Celebration: Clark County Commissioner Jim Gibson (Dec. 15)


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