July 7, 2020 •
Lobbyist Registration and Reporting Not Required During Nevada Special Session
The Nevada Legislative Counsel Bureau sent a notice stating the requirements for registration and reporting of lobbyist activities will not be applicable to the upcoming special session.
To prevent potential spread of the coronavirus, access to the legislative building during the special session will be limited to legislators, essential staff and a small press pool.
The Legislature’s website and YouTube channel will both host livestreams of all floor sessions and committee meetings.
In addition, the teleconference system will allow individuals to call in to participate in the legislative process.
The Legislators will receive written comments made available through submission by email, fax and mail.
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