July 2, 2020 •
Nevada Governor Announces Date for Special Legislative Session
Gov. Steve Sisolak officially called for the Nevada Legislature to convene in a special session on July 8 to address the state’s fiscal year 2021 budget crisis.
At a later date, the governor’s office will issue the formal proclamation to convene the special session.
Gov. Sisolak and legislative leadership are working to assess potential additional items to be included in any special session proclamation.
These additions will be including policy proposals related to criminal and social justice reform.
Furthermore, the governor acknowledged the start date could change based on public health conditions.
The public will be able to watch the floor sessions and committee meetings via the Legislature’s livestreams.
Finally, those who wish to participate will be able to teleconference or submit written comments.
This does affect ALERTS reporting.
A lobbyist activity report will be due between the first and tenth of the month after each month the Legislature in in a special session.
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