March 19, 2021 •
Nevada Governor Signs Lobbying Bill
Gov. Steve Sisolak signed Assembly Bill 110, which revises the Nevada Lobbying Disclosure and Regulation Act.
The bill changes the definition of a lobbyist by removing the requirement to appear in person at the Capitol building or any other building the Legislature or their committees hold meetings.
Currently, lobbying is taking place virtually because the legislative session is closed to all but lawmakers, essential staff, and some members of the media.
However, lobbyist registration has not taken place because the definition required in-person communication.
Assembly Bill 110 became effective upon being signed by the governor.
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