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RESOLUTIONS AND MEMORIALS

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ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Adopting standing rules of the assembly for the 63rd session of the legislature. Assembly Resolution No. 1–Assemblyman Francis.

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ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Providing allowances to the leaders and other members of the assembly for periodicals, stamps, stationery and communications. Assembly Resolution No. 2–Assemblyman Bogaert.

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ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Providing for the appointment of attachés. Assembly Resolution No. 3–Assemblyman Bogaert.

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SENATE RESOLUTION–Adopting standing rules of the senate for the 63rd session of the legislature. Senate Resolution No. 1–Senators Gibson and Raggio.

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SENATE RESOLUTION–Providing allowances to the leadership and other members of the senate for periodicals, stamps, stationery and communications. Senate Resolution No. 2–Senators Gibson and Raggio.

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SENATE RESOLUTION–Providing for the appointment of attachés. Senate Resolution No. 3–Senators Gibson and Horn.

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ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Expressing support for the Reno/Tahoe Winter Games Organizing Committee, Inc. in its efforts to bring the Winter Olympics to Lake Tahoe. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 1–Assemblymen Bogaert, Bergevin, Joerg, Nicholas, Coffin, DuBois, Lambert, Dini, Thompson, Ham, Nevin, Zimmer, Swain, Tebbs, Spriggs, Banner, Rader, O’Donnell, Fairchild, Marvel, Sedway, Malone, Price, Little, Kerns, Jeffrey, Williams, Beyer, Schofield, Collins, Francis, Horne, Humke, Craddock, Sader, Roberts, Getto, Stone, Arberry Bilyeu, McGaughey and Thomas.

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ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Providing for the appointment of an additional attaché. Assembly Resolution No. 4–Committee on Legislative Functions.

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ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commending various persons, organizations and enterprises who responded to the crash of an aircraft in Reno on January 21, 1985. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 6–Assemblymen Humke, Bogaert, Nicholas, Stone, Beyer, Sader, Nevin, Swain, Lambert and Kerns.

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SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Designating February as American History Month and commending the Daughters of the American Revolution. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 15–Senators Wagner, Bilbray, Foley, Gibson, Glover, Hickey, Horn, Jacobsen, Mello, Neal, O’Connell, Raggio, Rawson, Redelsperger, Rhoads, Robinson, Ryan, Shaffer, Townsend, Vergiels and Wilson.

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SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Designating February 7, 1985, as A Salute to the Decade of Disabled Persons. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 16–Senators Gibson, Bilbray, Foley, Glover, Hickey, Horn, Jacobsen, Mello, Neal, O’Connell, Raggio, Rawson, Redelsperger, Rhoads, Robinson, Shaffer, Vergiels, Wagner and Wilson.

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SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commemorating Black History Month and commending the Black citizens of Nevada. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 17–Senators Neal, Bilbray, Foley, Gibson, Glover, Hickey, Horn, Jacobsen, Mello, O’Connell, Raggio, Rawson, Redelsperger, Rhoads, Robinson, Shaffer, Vergiels, Wagner and Wilson.

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ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Providing for the appointment of additional attachés. Assembly Resolution No. 5–Committee on Legislative Functions.

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ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late Fred Fulstone. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 10–Assemblymen Dini, Getto, Bergevin, Marvel and Bilyeu.

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ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Expressing the mutual consent of the assembly and senate to an adjournment from Wednesday, February 20, to Monday, February 25, 1985. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 12–Committee on Legislative Functions.

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SENATE RESOLUTION–Congratulating Harold’s Club on its 50th anniversary. Senate Resolution No. 4–Senators Raggio, Wilson, Wagner, Mello and Townsend.

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SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Designating February 19, 1985, as Nevada Arts Day. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 19–Senators Foley, Bilbray, Gibson, Glover, Hickey, Horn, Jacobsen, Mello, Neal, O’Connell, Raggio, Rawson, Redelsperger, Rhoads, Robinson, Ryan, Shaffer, Townsend, Vergiels, Wagner and Wilson.

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ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Providing for the appointment of an additional attaché. Assembly Resolution No. 6–Committee on Legislative Functions.

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SENATE RESOLUTION–Amending Rule 40 of the standing rules of the senate to assign chapter 289 to the jurisdiction of the committee on government affairs. Senate Resolution No. 5–Committee on Legislative Affairs and Operations.

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ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Urging the superintendent of public instruction to conduct research to determine whether the methods used to diagnose problems resulting from dyslexia and other specific disabilities in learning correlate with the methods used to correct such problems. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 3–Committee on Education.

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ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Urging additional public and private support for nonprofit corporations and institutions of higher learning in this state which conduct research and develop programs to assist pupils who have dyslexia or other specific disabilities in learning. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 4–Committee on Education.

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ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commending parent-teacher associations and designating March 11, 1985, as Nevada PTA Day. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 17–Assemblymen Thompson, Schofield, Fairchild, Rader, Lambert, O’Donnell, Williams, McGaughey, Banner, Bogaert, Getto, Kerns, Francis, Dini, Ham, Jeffrey, Thomas, Horne, Zimmer, Sader, Arberry, Nevin, Swain, Spriggs, Coffin, Tebbs, Craddock, Roberts, Humke, Nicholas, Beyer, Stone, Collins, DuBois, Price, Bergevin, Malone, Sedway, Marvel, Joerg and Bilyeu.

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ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Designating March 11, 1985, as the Day of Recognition for the Virginia & Truckee Railroad Museum. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 18–Assemblymen Thomas and Joerg.

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SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to amend the Nevada constitution to remove the provision for taxing shares of stock in banking corporations. Senate Joint Resolution No. 3 of the 62nd Session–Committee on Taxation.

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SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to amend the Nevada constitution to allow the legislature to provide for referees in district courts. Senate Joint Resolution No. 23 of the 62nd Session–Committee on Judiciary.

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SENATE RESOLUTION–Recognizing Pat Clark, Sr., for his distinguished service to the citizens of Nevada. Senate Resolution No. 6–Senators Vergiels, Jacobsen, Bilbray, Foley, Gibson, Glover, Hickey, Horn, Mello, Neal, O’Connell, Raggio, Rawson, Redelsperger, Rhoads, Robinson, Ryan, Shaffer, Townsend, Wagner and Wilson.

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SENATE RESOLUTION–Providing for the appointment of additional attachés. Senate Resolution No. 7–Senators Gibson and Horn.

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SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Urging the Department of Energy to locate the SP-100 Space Reactor Program at the Nevada Test Site. Senate Joint Resolution No. 9–Senators Redelsperger, Gibson, Neal, Jacobsen, Bilbray, Mello, Glover, Hickey, Robinson, Horn, Foley, Ryan, Vergiels, Rhoads, O’Connell, Shaffer, Rawson and Raggio.

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ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Urging school districts to increase the use of pupils as tutors in the classroom to assist pupils who have disabilities in learning. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 5–Committee on Education.

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SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Encouraging school districts to remove disruptive pupils from the classroom, to provide an alternative for such pupils, and to expel pupils if they continue to be disruptive. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 18–Senators Ryan, Raggio and Rawson.

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ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commending the members of the Nevada National Guard and designating March 22, 1985, as Nevada National Guard Day. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 20–Humke, Swain, Nevin, Thomas, Ham, Joerg, Getto, Banner, O’Donnell, Lambert, Rader, Fairchild, Little, Williams, Bogaert, McGaughey, Kerns, Francis, Dini, Jeffrey, Schofield, Horne, Sader, Arberry, Tebbs, Coffin, Spriggs, Craddock, Roberts, Nicholas, Thompson, Beyer, Stone, DuBois, Collins, Price, Bergevin, Malone, Sedway, Marvel, Bilyeu and Zimmer.

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SENATE RESOLUTION–Commending Lottie Gordon for her service to the legislature. Senate Resolution No. 8–Senators Jacobsen, Gibson, Glover, Bilbray, Foley, Hickey, Horn, Mello, Neal, O’Connell, Raggio, Rawson, Redelsperger, Rhoads, Robinson, Ryan, Shaffer, Townsend, Vergiels, Wagner and Wilson.

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ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Providing for the appointment of an additional attaché. Assembly Resolution No. 7–Committee on Legislative Functions.

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SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Urging the Congress of the United States to repeal the federal statutes which require ballots for elections in languages other than English and to propose an amendment to the Constitution of the United States making English the official language of the United States. Senate Joint Resolution No. 4–Senator Rhoads.

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ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Expressing the mutual consent of the assembly and senate to an adjournment from Thursday, April 4, to Tuesday, April 9, 1985. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 21–Committee on Legislative Functions.

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SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commending Art Palmer for his long and dedicated service to the legislative counsel bureau. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 29–Senators Gibson, Wilson, Raggio, Neal, Jacobsen, Wagner, Bilbray, Mello, Glover, Hickey, Robinson, Horn, Foley, Ryan, Townsend, Vergiels, Redelsperger, Rhoads, O’Connell, Rawson and Shaffer.

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SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Encouraging school districts to require pupils to maintain an average grade of “C” or higher or its equivalent for eligibility to participate in activities in addition to the regular curriculum. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 21–Senators Ryan, Raggio and Rawson.

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SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Urging the Federal Government to delay the transfer of the national forests from the administration of the Forest Service to the Bureau of Land Management until there is a full public disclosure and congressional review of the effects of the transfer. Senate Joint Resolution No. 3–Committee on Natural Resources.

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SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Congratulating Dr. John A. Kleppe on being named “Nevada Inventor of the Year.”. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 30–Senators Raggio, Gibson, Wilson, Neal, Jacobsen, Wagner, Bilbray, Mello, Glover, Hickey, Robinson, Horn, Foley, Ryan, Townsend, Vergiels, Redelsperger, Rhoads, O’Connell, Rawson and Shaffer.

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ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Urging the counties to designate persons to provide services to children who are victims of crimes or witnesses in criminal proceedings. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 11–Assemblyman Swain.

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ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Urging agencies which assist victims of crime and persons who frequently come into contact with victims to cooperate with each other and to inform victims of the state’s programs for compensating victims. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 13–Assemblymen Swain, Malone, Stone, Nevin, Sader, Coffin, Ham, Collins, Rader, Arberry, Zimmer, Little, O’Donnell, Roberts, Williams, Spriggs, Francis, Horne, Tebbs, Price, Craddock, Schofield, Thompson, McGaughey, Sedway, Jeffrey, Kerns, Beyer, DuBois, Lambert, Joerg, Bogaert, Nicholas, Thomas, Humke, Bergevin, Marvel, Getto and Fairchild.

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ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Urging sheriffs and police departments to train their officers to provide assistance to victims of crime. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 14–Assemblymen Swain, Malone, Stone, Coffin, Sader, Rader, Ham, Arberry, Zimmer, O’Donnell, Roberts, Williams, Spriggs, Francis, Horne, Tebbs, Price, Craddock, Schofield, Thompson, McGaughey, Sedway, Jeffrey, Kerns, Beyer, DuBois, Lambert, Joerg, Bogaert, Nicholas, Thomas, Humke, Bergevin, Marvel, Getto and Fairchild.

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ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Urging the supreme court of this state to study the use of television for the testimony of children for proceedings in district courts. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 15–Assemblyman Swain.

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ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Encouraging the supreme court to provide for videotaping of depositions of children who are victims of abuse. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 16–Assemblymen DuBois, Williams, Stone, Collins, Ham, Price, Malone, Rader, Kerns, Zimmer, Schofield, Sedway, O’Donnell, Humke, Bogaert, Nevin, Lambert, Spriggs, Nicholas, Beyer, Coffin, Thomas, Marvel, Tebbs, Fairchild, Horne, Joerg, Francis, Bergevin, McGaughey and Little.

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SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Encouraging the state board of education to increase the number of credits in English required for graduation from high school. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 6–Senators Ryan, Rawson, Raggio and Townsend.

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SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Urging the state board of education to require a course in the science of computers for graduation from high school. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 11–Senators Ryan, Rawson, Raggio and Townsend.

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SENATE RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late Arnold R. Trimmer of Genoa, Nevada. Senate Resolution No. 9–Senator Jacobsen.

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SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commending Vernon E. Bunker for his public service in Nevada. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 32–Senators Gibson, Wilson, Raggio, Neal, Jacobsen, Wagner, Bilbray, Mello, Glover, Hickey, Robinson, Horn, Foley, Ryan, Townsend, Vergiels, Redelsperger, Rhoads, O’Connell, Rawson and Shaffer.

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SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Urging the board of trustees in each school district to eliminate those elective courses offered by public schools in this state which do not teach academic, artistic or vocational skills or physical training. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 14–Senators Ryan, Rawson, Raggio and Townsend.

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SENATE RESOLUTION–Commending Bishop Wesley Frensdorff for his distinguished service to the people of Nevada. Senate Resolution No. 10–Senators Wagner, Bilbray, Foley, Gibson, Glover, Hickey, Horn, Jacobsen, Mello, Neal, O’Connell, Raggio, Rawson, Redelsperger, Rhoads, Robinson, Ryan, Shaffer, Townsend, Vergiels and Wilson.

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SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Urging the members of Congress to adopt the principles developed by the American Bar Association for the reform of federal grand juries. Senate Joint Resolution No. 10–Senators Wagner and Raggio.

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ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late assemblyman Harley Heber Leavitt. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 24–Assemblymen Thompson, Schofield, Banner, Tebbs, Kerns, Roberts, Ham, Rader, Fairchild, Lambert, O’Donnell, Getto, Dini, Beyer, Collins, Thomas, Zimmer, Swain, Bogaert, McGaughey, Price, Bergevin, Marvel, Malone, Sedway, DuBois, Stone, Nicholas, Humke, Craddock, Coffin, Spriggs, Sader, Arberry, Horne, Francis, Little, Jeffrey, Bilyeu, Nevin, Williams and Joerg.

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SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Urging the Congress of the United States to retain the current formula used to establish fees for grazing on federal land. Senate Joint Resolution No. 25–Committee on Natural Resources.

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ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Urging the Congress of the United States to repeal certain provisions of the Public Utility Regulatory Policies Act of 1978. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 13–Assemblymen Sedway, Williams, Price, Thompson, DuBois, Nevin, Jeffrey, Dini and Coffin.

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SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the United States Court of Appeals to allow the normal time for argument of the appeal taken by the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency concerning its regional plan. Senate Joint Resolution No. 34–Committee on Judiciary.

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ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Amending Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 45 of the 62nd session to require the restriction on the diversion of water from certain counties to expire no later than the adjournment of the 63rd session. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 7–Assemblymen Nevin, Bogaert and Beyer.

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SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to amend section 1 of article 10 of the constitution of the State of Nevada, relating to taxation, to allow a minimum value for taxation ad valorem to be set. Senate Joint Resolution No. 2–Senators Robinson, Ryan and Mello.

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SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commending the persons who organized and participated in the Cowboy Poetry Gathering. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 36–Senators Rhoads, Bilbray, Foley, Gibson, Glover, Hickey, Horn, Jacobsen, Mello, Neal, O’Connell, Raggio, Rawson, Redelsperger, Robinson, Ryan, Shaffer, Townsend, Vergiels, Wagner and Wilson.

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SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Honoring boxer Larry Holmes. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 37–Senators Townsend, Gibson, Wilson, Bilbray, Foley, Glover, Hickey, Horn, Jacobsen, Mello, Neal, O’Connell, Raggio, Rawson, Redelsperger, Rhoads, Robinson, Ryan, Shaffer, Vergiels and Wagner.

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SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to review the activities of the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 27–Committee on Government Affairs.

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ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Declaring the week of May 19, 1985, as Nevada Tourism Week. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 29–Committee on Economic Development and Tourism.

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SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commending the Knights of Columbus on its 75th anniversary. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 38–Senators Glover, Bilbray, Foley, Gibson, Hickey, Horn, Jacobsen, Mello, Neal, O’Connell, Raggio, Rawson, Redelsperger, Rhoads, Robinson, Ryan, Shaffer, Townsend, Vergiels, Wagner and Wilson.

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ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Urging the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency not to use the interest earned on special fees for general expenses. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 22–Assemblymen Nicholas and Bergevin.

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SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Urging Congress to require residency for entry upon the desert lands of Nevada. Senate Joint Resolution No. 22–Committee on Natural Resources.

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SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Requesting the governor to promote Nevada as the site for the construction of a new atomic particle accelerator. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 35–Committee on Natural Resources.

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SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Encouraging the state board of education to increase the required number of credits in mathematics for graduation from high school. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 7–Senators Ryan, Rawson, Raggio and Townsend.

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SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Encouraging the state board of education to increase the number of credits for courses in science required for graduation from high school. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 8–Senators Ryan, Rawson, Raggio and Townsend.

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SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to amend the constitution of the State of Nevada to clarify those state lands and proceeds which are pledged for educational purposes. Senate Joint Resolution No. 21–Committee on Natural Resources.

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ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Urging the school districts in the smaller counties to cooperate with each other to establish regional programs for vocational education. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 8–Committee on Education.

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SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to amend sections 1, 2 and 3 of article 19 of the constitution of the State of Nevada, relating to the initiative and referendum by establishing times for the initial filing of petitions with the secretary of state and authorizing the use of statistical methods for the preliminary verification of the sufficiency of those petitions. Senate Joint Resolution No. 16–Committee on Government Affairs.

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SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commending Vernon G. Housewright upon his receipt of the E.R. Cass Correctional Achievement Award and for his distinguished service to Nevada. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 48–Senators Gibson, Mello, Horn, Vergiels, Neal, Raggio, Jacobsen, Wilson, Robinson, Glover, Rhoads, O’Connell, Bilbray, Ryan, Hickey, Shaffer, Townsend, Redelsperger, Rawson, Foley and Wagner.

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SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Inviting Taiwan to become a sister state with Nevada. Senate Joint Resolution No. 33–Senators Raggio, Rawson, Mello, Horn, Jacobsen, Gibson, Ryan, Rhoads, Robinson, O’Connell, Shaffer, Vergiels, Townsend, Glover and Hickey.

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ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Providing for the compensation of clergy for services rendered to the assembly and senate in the 63rd session of the Nevada legislature. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 44–Committee on Ways and Means.

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SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing amendments to article 6 of the constitution of the State of Nevada to require selection of judges initially by merit and retention by election. Senate Joint Resolution No. 17–Senators Raggio, Ryan, Townsend, Vergiels, Wagner, Robinson, Jacobsen, O’Connell, Rawson, Neal, Gibson, Shaffer and Mello.

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SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Encouraging the purchase of local agricultural products. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 50–Committee on Natural Resources.

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ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Urging the Congress to enact legislation designating additional land in Nevada as wilderness. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 1–Committee on Natural Resources, Agriculture and Mining.

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SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing Marvin Picollo, former superintendent of the Washoe County School District. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 55–Senators Raggio, Wagner, Mello, Townsend, Wilson, Glover, Rhoads and Gibson.

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SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commending Barbara Pennington. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 56–Senators Vergiels, Gibson, Wilson, Raggio, Neal, Jacobsen, Wagner, Bilbray, Mello, Glover, Hickey, Robinson, Horn, Foley, Ryan, Townsend, Redelsperger, Rhoads, O’Connell, Rawson and Shaffer.

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SENATE RESOLUTION–Commending the attachés of the Senate for their good work. Senate Resolution No. 11–Senators Gibson, Wilson, Raggio, Neal, Jacobsen, Wagner, Bilbray, Mello, Glover, Hickey, Robinson, Horn, Foley, Ryan, Townsend, Vergiels, Redelsperger, Rhoads, O’Connell, Rawson and Shaffer.

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SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Urging the Congress of the United States to authorize the cleanup and conveyance of certain land adjacent to state property at the Stewart Indian School. Senate Joint Resolution No. 36–Senator Jacobsen.

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81

SENATE RESOLUTION–Commending the presentation on television of information on health care. Senate Resolution No. 12–Committee on Legislative Affairs and Operations.

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ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Thanking Kennecott Corporation for its proposed donation of the Nevada Northern Railroad to White Pine County. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 50–Committee on Economic Development and Tourism.

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ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Declaring the week of May 26 as Nevada Thunderbird Week. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 51–Assemblymen Price, Nevin, Jeffrey, Sader, Dini, DuBois, Coffin, O’Donnell, Getto, Swain, Tebbs, Arberry, Zimmer, Horne, Ham, Joerg, Francis, Kerns, Bogaert, Williams, Little, Lambert, Fairchild, Marvel, Malone, Collins, Beyer, Thompson, Nicholas, Humke, Roberts, Craddock, Spriggs, Bergevin, McGaughey, Stone, Thomas and Rader.

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ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to amend section 1 of article 10 of the constitution of the State of Nevada, relating to taxation, to allow an exemption from taxation for real property whose development is prohibited by governmental action. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 27–Assemblymen Nicholas, Bergevin and Humke.

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SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commending former Senator William E. Dial for his distinguished service to the people of this state. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 61–Senators Jacobsen, Gibson, Wilson, Raggio, Neal, Wagner, Bilbray, Mello, Glover, Hickey, Robinson, Horn, Foley, Ryan, Townsend, Vergiels, Redelsperger, Rhoads, O’Connell, Rawson and Shaffer.

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SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Urging Congress to give the President authority to veto appropriation measures in part instead of having to approve or reject the entire measure. Senate Joint Resolution No. 24–Senator Ryan.

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ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Urging Congress to develop the alternative system of strategic defense. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 6–Assemblymen Bogaert, Collins, Horne, Fairchild, Spriggs, Getto, Nicholas, Zimmer, Rader, Little, Bergevin, Ham, Banner, Schofield, Roberts, McGaughey, Stone, Francis, Joerg, Thomas, DuBois, Tebbs, Beyer, Dini, Marvel, Humke, Malone and Kerns.

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SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Approving the execution of a lease of certain state land to the Federal Emergency Management Agency. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 54–Committee on Finance.

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SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Urging Congress to enact legislation which increases controls on the number of wild horses and burros and which authorizes additional methods of removing those animals from public lands. Senate Joint Resolution No. 20–Committee on Natural Resources.

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ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Urging the Congress of the United States to create a commission to study the causes and means for prevention of suicide among youth. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 26–Committee on Health and Welfare.

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ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Urging the Department of the Navy to broaden the scope of its review of the effect of the proposed diversion of a portion of its water rights at Fallon, Nevada. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 29–Natural Resources, Agriculture and Mining.

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SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Memorializing Congress to grant an additional 6,205,522 acres of public land to Nevada. Senate Joint Resolution No. 19–Committee on Natural Resources.

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SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Urging Nevada’s congressional delegation to support the exchange of state land for the Clear Creek Conservation Center. Senate Joint Resolution No. 30–Senator Jacobsen.

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94

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Urging Congress to enact legislation requiring the transfer of federal land to Nevada in the same proportion as federal land in Nevada is withdrawn from public use. Senate Joint Resolution No. 29–Senators Rhoads, Bilbray, Gibson, Glover, Hickey, Horn, Jacobsen, O’Connell, Raggio, Redelsperger, Robinson, Ryan and Shaffer.

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ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to amend the constitution of the State of Nevada to authorize the taxation of estates only to the extent of the credit allowable for the tax against the federal estate tax. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 22–Committee on Taxation.

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ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to study the need to modernize Nevada’s election laws. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 23–Committee on Elections.

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ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Urging the commission on economic development to give preference to the smaller counties in granting assistance for economic development. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 28–Committee on Economic Development and Tourism.

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ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to study methods of distributing the revenues from the taxation of large electrical power plants. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 31–Committee on Legislative Functions.

2392

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ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to study the functions and appropriate placement within the state government of the investigation division of the department of motor vehicles. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 35–Committee on Government Affairs.

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ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to study the fees and taxes which produce revenue for the construction and maintenance of the highways. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 36–Committee on Transportation.

2393

101

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to study the potential uses of Washoe Lake. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 39–Assemblymen Bogaert, Kerns, Price, Humke, Jeffrey and Roberts.

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ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to study the public service commission of Nevada. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 40–Assemblyman Ham.

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ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to study the effect on the cost of medical services of the requirement of approval by the department of human resources of certain medical projects. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 41–Committee on Health and Welfare.

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104

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to study means to eliminate any duplication of governmental services between Clark County and the largest city located therein. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 43–Committee on Government Affairs.

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105

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing legislative commission to study feasibility of minting gold and silver medallions. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 52–Committee on Legislative Functions.

2396

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ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to study insurance against medical malpractice. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 53–Committee on Legislative Functions.

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ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to study the feasibility of requiring insurance for the driver instead of the motor vehicle. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 54–Committee on Legislative Functions.

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ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Admonishing Clark County and the City of Las Vegas to settle their differences on the treatment of waste water. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 56–Committee on Government Affairs.

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ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commending the superintendent of the state printing and micrographics division of the department of general services and his staff for their services to the 63rd session of the Nevada legislature. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 58–Assemblymen Bilyeu, Joerg, Francis, Kerns, Dini, Jeffrey, Rader, Lambert, O’Donnell, Banner, Getto, Ham, Thomas, Zimmer, Nevin, Swain, Tebbs, Spriggs, Arberry, Coffin, Craddock, Horne, Roberts, Humke, Schofield, Nicholas, Thompson, Beyer, Stone, DuBois, Collins, McGaughey, Price, Bogaert, Bergevin, Williams, Malone, Little, Marvel, Sader, Fairchild and Sedway.

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SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to amend the constitution of this state to authorize specifically the legislative review of administrative regulations. Senate Joint Resolution No. 6–Committee on Legislative Affairs and Operations.

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SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to amend the Nevada constitution to authorize the taxation of estates only to the extent of the credit allowable for the tax against the federal estate tax. Senate Joint Resolution No. 11 of the 62nd Session–Senators Mello, Bilbray, Gibson, Robinson, Glaser, Wilson, Wagner, Raggio, Hernstadt, Neal, Jacobsen, Townsend, Foley, Hickey, Blakemore and Faiss.

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112

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Continuing the standing committees of the legislature through the interim to conduct studies. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 40–Committee on Legislative Affairs and Operations.

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SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Amending the joint rules for the 63rd session of the legislature by adding a rule providing for the continuation of the leadership of the senate and assembly during the interim between sessions. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 41–Committee on Legislative Affairs and Operations.

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114

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to complete its interim studies by a certain date. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 44–Committee on Legislative Affairs and Operations.

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SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Approving the execution of a lease of certain state land to Washoe County for use as a jail site. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 63–Committee on Finance.

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116

SENATE RESOLUTION–Designating certain senators as members of the legislative commission and providing for the method of selecting alternate members. Senate Resolution No. 14–Senator Gibson.

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ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to study the methods used by the department of transportation to acquire land for highways. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 45–Committee on Judiciary.

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118

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to study planned growth of cities in Clark County. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 57–Committee on Legislative Functions.

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119

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to study the foster care provided to children in Nevada. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 33–Senators Wagner, Bilbray, Foley, Gibson, Glover, Hickey, Horn, Jacobsen, Neal, O’Connell, Raggio, Rawson, Redelsperger, Rhoads, Robinson, Ryan, Shaffer, Townsend, Vergiels and Wilson.

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120

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to study the operation of the state’s program of aid to the medically indigent. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 34–Senators Townsend, Glover, Mello, Neal, O’Connell, Raggio, Rawson, Ryan, Shaffer, Vergiels and Wagner.

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121

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to study the laws, regulations and policies which affect financial institutions. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 43–Committee on Commerce and Labor.

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122

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to study the funding of counties and cities in Nevada. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 53–Committee on Government Affairs.

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123

SENATE RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late Milton Fleischer. Senate Resolution No. 13–Senators Jacobsen, Bilbray, Foley, Gibson, Glover, Hickey, Horn, Mello, Neal, O’Connell, Raggio, Rawson, Redelsperger, Rhoads, Robinson, Ryan, Shaffer, Townsend, Vergiels, Wagner and Wilson.

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124

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Requesting Congress to allow variances for the amount of arsenic in drinking water. Senate Joint Resolution No. 38–Committee on Natural Resources.

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125

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Urging the Environmental Protection Agency to register and approve the use of the pesticide sodium fluoroacetate, also known as Compound 1080. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 30–Natural Resources, Agriculture and Mining.

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126

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Urging the improvement and expansion of the local bus service in Clark County. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 38–Assemblymen Williams, Malone, Rader, Banner, Jeffrey, Francis, Thompson, Zimmer, Craddock, Ham, Arberry, Coffin and DuBois.

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127

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Instructing the director of the legislative counsel bureau to grant paid leave to employees of the legislative counsel bureau in recognition of their service to the 63rd session of the Nevada legislature. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 42–Assemblymen Price, Collins, Bergevin, Stone, DuBois, Fairchild, Little, Rader, Lambert, O’Donnell, Williams, Banner, Bogaert, Getto, Kerns, McGaughey, Francis, Dini, Beyer, Jeffrey, Thompson, Nicholas, Schofield, Humke, Sader, Craddock, Arberry, Spriggs, Coffin, Swain, Nevin, Tebbs, Zimmer, Thomas, Ham, Joerg, Malone, Marvel, Bilyeu, Roberts and Horne.

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128

ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Commending the attachés of the Assembly. Assembly Resolution No. 8–Assemblymen Bogaert, Bilyeu, Rader, Lambert, O’Donnell, Getto, Joerg, Ham, Thomas, Zimmer, Nevin, Swain, Tebbs, Arberry, Sader, Horne, Schofield, Jeffrey, Dini, Francis, Kerns, McGaughey, Williams, Little, Fairchild, Banner, Marvel, Malone, Bergevin, Price, Collins, DuBois, Stone, Beyer, Thompson, Nicholas, Humke, Roberts, Craddock, Coffin, Spriggs and Sedway.

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129

ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Designating certain assemblymen as regular and alternate members of the legislative commission. Assembly Resolution No. 9–Assemblymen Bilyeu and Dini.

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130

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to study the methods used to finance public elementary and secondary education in this state. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 3–Senator Townsend.

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131

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to study the adequacy of the state’s standard of need for aid to families with dependent children. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 45–Senators Gibson and Wagner.

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132

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to study the state’s laws concerning public lands. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 47–Committee on Natural Resources.

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133

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Approving the execution of a lease of grazing rights to certain state land. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 57–Committee on Natural Resources.

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134

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to participate in setting the boundaries for the blocks for the census in 1990. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 59–Committee on Legislative Affairs and Operations.

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135

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to study the use of the chambers in the capitol building for meetings of legislative committees. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 60–Committee on Legislative Functions.

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136

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to study the administration of block grants by the office of community services. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 62–Committee on Legislative Affairs and Operations.

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137

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Extending condolences to Lieutenant Governor Bob Cashell on the death of his father. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 64–Senators Raggio, Gibson, Wilson, Ryan, Neal, Bilbray, Foley, Glover, Hickey, Horn, Jacobsen, Mello, O’Connell, Rawson, Redelsperger, Rhoads, Robinson, Shaffer, Townsend, Vergiels and Wagner.

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138

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to study the limitation of taxes and of public expenses. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 65–Committee on Legislative Affairs and Operations.

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139

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Urging the Congress of the United States to impose controls on the importation of minerals and mineral products. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 25–Committee on Natural Resources, Agriculture and Mining.

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140

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Urging the Federal Government to assume the total financial responsibility for the mitigation of all adverse effects of any facility for the disposal of high-level radioactive waste in this state. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 5–Committee on Natural Resources, Agriculture and Mining.

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ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Urging the Congress and the President of the United States to take all measures necessary to mitigate the adverse effects of a facility for the disposal of high-level radioactive waste in this state. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 4–Committee on Natural Resources, Agriculture and Mining.

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142

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Requesting Congress to permit this state to raise the maximum speed limit to 70 miles per hour for a trial period and conditioning the effective date of a law requiring the use of safety belts on this permission. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 23–Committee on Transportation.

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