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RESOLUTIONS AND MEMORIALS

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SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Commending President Bush, Congress and Nevadans for their roles in the Persian Gulf crisis and expressing support for the United States’ actions involving Operation Desert Shield and Operation Desert Storm. Senate Joint Resolution No. 1–Senators Shaffer, Vergiels, Raggio, Adler, Coffin, Cook Getto, Glomb, Hickey, Horn, Jacobsen, Nevin, O’Connell, O’Donnell, Rawson, Rhodes, Smith, Titus, Townsend and Tyler.

2475

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ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Adopting the Joint Rules of the Senate and Assembly for the 66th session of the Legislature. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 1–Assemblymen Dini and McGaughey.

2476

3

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Honoring the men and women of Nevada who are serving in the United States Armed Forces in Operation Desert Storm in the Persian Gulf area. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 2–Assemblymen Price, Dini, Anderson, Arberry, Bache, Bayley, Bennett, Bergevin, Callister, Carpenter, Elliott, Evans, Freeman, Garner, Giunchigliani, Goetting, Gregory, Haller, Hardy, Heller, Humke, Johnson, Kerns, Krenzer, Lambert, Little, McGaughey, McGinness, Marvel, Norton, Petrak, Pettyjohn, Porter, Sader, Scherer, Spitler, Spriggs, Stout, Myrna Williams, Wendell Williams, and Wong.

2478

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ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Adopting the Standing Rules of the Assembly for the 66th session of the Legislature. Assembly Resolution No. 1–Assemblymen Dini and McGaughey.

2479

5

ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Providing allowances to the leadership and other members of the Assembly for periodicals, stamps, stationery and communications. Assembly Resolution No. 2–Committee on Legislative Functions and Elections.

2481

6

ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Providing for the appointment of attaches. Assembly Resolution No. 3–Committee on Legislative Functions and Elections.

2481

7

SENATE RESOLUTION–Adopting the Standing Rules of the Senate for the 66th session of the Legislature. Senate Resolution No. 1–Senators Vergiels and Raggio.

2482

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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 Vergiels and Raggio.

2484

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ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commemorating Martin Luther King, Jr. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 3–Assemblymen Wendell, Williams, Arberry, Anderson, Bache, Bayley, Bennett, Bergevin, Callister, Carpenter, Dini, Elliott, Evans, Freeman, Garner, Giunchigliani, Goetting, Gregory, Haller, Hardy, Heller, Humke, Johnson, Kerns, Krenzer, Lambert, McGaughey, McGinness, Marvel, Norton, Petrak, Pettyjohn, Porter, Price, Sader, Scherer, Spitler, Spriggs, Stout, Myrna Williams and Wong.

2484

10

SENATE RESOLUTION–Providing for the appointment of attaches. Senate Resolution No. 3–Legislative Affairs and Operations.

2485

11

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing Ryan White, a courageous young man who was a victim of AIDS. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 1–Senators Raggio, Adler, Coffin, Cook, Getto, Glomb, Hickey, Horn, Jacobsen, Neal, Nevin, O’Connell, O’Donnell, Rawson, Rhoads, Shaffer, Smith, Titus, Townsend, Tyler and Vergiels.

2486

12

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Proclaiming January 31, 1991, as Law Enforcement Appreciation Day in Nevada. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 16–Senators Nevin, Adler, Coffin, Cook, Getto, Glomb, Hickey, Horn, Jacobsen, Neal, O’Connell, O’Donnell, Raggio, Rawson, Rhoads, Shaffer, Smith, Titus, Townsend, Tyler and Vergiels.

2487

13

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commending Stephen A. Wynn and his employees for their outstanding service and contributions to their community. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 9–Assemblymen Petrak, Dini, Garner, Bennett, Sader, Bache, Krenzer, Myrna Williams, Porter, Wendell Williams, Price, Arberry, Callister, Evans, Giunchigliani, Spitler, Gregory, McGaughey, Wong, Humke, Elliott and Carpenter.

2488

14

SENATE RESOLUTION–Commending and supporting the Nevada State Senate Business Week Scholarship Program. Senate Resolution No. 4–Senators Vergiels, Raggio, Adler, Coffin, Cook, Getto, Glomb, Hickey, Horn, Jacobsen, Neal, Nevin, O’Connell, O’Donnell, Rawson, Rhoads, Shaffer, Smith, Titus, Townsend and Tyler.

2489

15

SENATE RESOLUTION–Commending Dr. Bernie Siegel for his inspirational work in the field of self-healing. Senate Resolution No. 5–Senators Horn, Adler, Coffin, Cook, Getto, Glomb, Hickey, Jacobsen, Neal, Nevin, O’Connell, O’Donnell, Raggio, Rawson, Rhoads, Shaffer, Smith, Titus, Townsend, Tyler and Vergiels.

2490

16

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late Thomas A. Hill, former Sparks police chief. (BDR R-1617). Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 17–Assemblymen Anderson, Dini, Sader, Carpenter, Wendell Williams, Gibbons, Scherer, Petrak, Elliott, Gregory, Hardy, Humke, Johnson, Evans, Giunchigliani, Bayley, Porter, Norton, Little, Bache, Krenzer, Wong, Garner, Bennett, Freeman, Spriggs, Haller, McGaughey, Goetting, Marvel, Arberry, McGinness, Pettyjohn, Heller, Spitler, Myrna Williams, Stout, Bergevin, Kerns, Lambert, Price and Callister.

2491

17

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Memorializing Congress to propose a constitutional amendment permitting Congress and the states to prohibit the desecration of the flag of the United States. Senate Joint Resolution No. 5–Senators Coffin, Shaffer, Adler, Cook, Getto, Horn, Jacobsen, Nevin, O’Connell, O’Donnell, Raggio, Rawson, Rhoads, Smith, Townsend, Tyler and Vergiels.

2492

18

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Authorizing expenditure from the legislative fund for the payment of a speaker to appear before the standing committees of the Assembly and Senate during the 66th session of the Legislature. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 15–Committee on Ways and Means.

2493

19

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

2493

20

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commending Scott M. Ruedy for his service to the Nevada Assembly and to his country. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 20–Assemblymen Dini, Garner, Bennett, Petrak, Krenzer, Gibbons, Wong, Johnson, Bergevin, Sader, Gregory, Freeman, Lambert, Bache, Anderson, Hardy, Bayley, Haller, McGinness, Spriggs, Norton, Myrna Williams, Porter, Wendell Williams, Little, Elliott, Stout, Marvel, Giunchigliani, Carpenter, McGaughey, Humke, Spitler, Scherer, Pettyjohn, Callister, Arberry, Price, Evans, Kerns, Heller and Goetting.

2493

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

2494

22

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to amend the Nevada constitution to clarify and extend the jurisdiction of the district courts relating to the writs of prohibition and habeas corpus. Senate Joint Resolution No. 13 of the 65th Session–Senator Raggio.

2494

23

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Urging the Department of Motor Vehicles and Public Safety to include at least one question concerning the interaction between bicycles and motor vehicles on each written examination for a driver’s license. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 3–Senators Horn, Adler, Cook, Getto, Glomb, Hickey, Nevin, O’Donnell, Rawson, Shaffer, Smith, Titus and Vergiels.

2495

24

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to amend the constitution of the State of Nevada to provide for the election of the chief justice by the justices of the supreme court. Senate Joint Resolution No. 11 of the 65th Session–Senators Raggio, Neal, O’Donnell, Hickey, Horn, Rawson, Shaffer, Smith, Malone and Jacobsen.

2496

25

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commemorating Girl Scout Government Day in Nevada on March 4, 1991. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 24–Senators Vergiels, Raggio, Adler, Coffin, Cook, Getto, Glomb, Hickey, Horn, Jacobsen, Neal, Nevin, O’Connell, O’Donnell, Rawson, Rhoads, Shaffer, Smith, Titus, Townsend and Tyler.

2497

26

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to repeal article XVIII of the constitution of the State of Nevada which prohibits withholding the rights of suffrage and officeholding from any male citizen of the United States by reason of his color or previous condition of servitude. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 28 of the 65th Session–Assemblymen Price, Brookman, Evans, Swain, Myrna Williams, Lambert, Freeman, Chowning, Diamond, Spriggs, Wisdom, Bogaert, Marvel, Callister, Spinello, Adler, Porter, Kerns, Sheerin, Banner, Arberry, Nevin, McGaughey, DuBois, Jeffrey, Sedway, Bergevin, Dini, Humke, Fay, Garner, Schofield, Kissam, Regan, Carpenter, Sader, Wendell Williams, Gibbons, McGinness, Triggs, Gaston and Thompson.

2498

27

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing Valmy pioneer, Eugene DiGrazia. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 24–Assemblymen Marvel, Dini, Evans, McGaughey, Anderson, Petrak, Stout, Carpenter, Garner, Hardy, Little, Elliott, Heller, Humke, Bergevin, Spitler, Spriggs, Sader, Norton, Giunchigliani, Freeman, Goetting, Lambert, McGinness, Haller, Bache, Pettyjohn, Bayley, Scherer, Myrna Williams, Bennett, Gibbons, Wong, Krenzer, Johnson, Kerns, Wendell Williams, Gregory, Price, Arberry, Callister and Porter.

2498

28

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Urging the State Board of Education to adopt regulations concerning bicycle safety for pupils in elementary schools. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 5–Senators Horn, Adler, Cook, Getto, Glomb, Hickey, Jacobsen, Nevin, O’Connell, O’Donnell, Raggio, Rawson, Rhoads, Shaffer, Smith, Titus and Vergiels.

2499

29

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Urging the State Board of Education to require the inclusion of information concerning the rights and duties of bicyclists and drivers of motor vehicles in the curriculum of programs for automobile driver education. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 6–Senators Horn, Adler, Cook, Getto, Glomb, Hickey, Nevin, O’Donnell, Raggio, Rawson, Shaffer, Smith, Titus, Tyler and Vergiels.

2500

30

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Designating the month of March 1991 as Irish-American Heritage Month. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 25–Senator Hickey.

2500

31

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commending the troops of the United States and the reservists from Nevada upon their return from their participation in the Persian Gulf War. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 25–Assemblymen Norton, Dini, Porter, Heller, Hardy, Scherer, Bayley, Anderson, Pettyjohn, Haller, McGinness, Spitler, Humke, Spriggs, Giunchigliani, Marvel, Petrak, Garner, Wong, Bache, Goetting, Gregory, Kerns, Krenzer, Arberry, Evans, Callister, Price, Sader, Little, Johnson, Bennett, Carpenter, Lambert, Myrna Williams, Elliott, Bergevin, Freeman, Stout, McGaughey, Gibbons and Wendell Williams.

2501

32

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commemorating the 200th anniversary of the Bill of Rights of the Constitution of the United States and supporting Bill of Responsibilities offered by Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 26–Senators Raggio, Vergiels, Adler, Coffin, Cook, Getto, Glomb, Hickey, Horn, Jacobsen, Neal, Nevin, O’Connell, O’Donnell, Rawson, Rhoads, Schaffer, Smith, Titus, Townsend and Tyler.

2502

33

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Expressing the intention of the Legislature to maintain the primary enforcement responsibility at the state level for the program of safe drinking water. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 23–Senators Getto, Rhoads, Jacobsen, Adler, Shaffer and Townsend.

2504

34

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commending Amy Phelps for her long and dedicated service to the Nevada Legislature. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 27–Assemblymen Dini, Price, Bergevin, Marvel, Sader, Humke, Kerns, Arberry, Lambert, McGaughey, Spriggs, Myrna Williams, Callister, Carpenter, Evans, Freeman, Garner, Porter, Wendell Williams, McGinness, Haller, Little, Anderson, Bache, Bayley, Bennett, Elliott, Giunchigliani, Goetting, Gregory, Hardy, Heller, Johnson, Krenzer, Norton, Petrak, Pettyjohn, Scherer, Spitler, Stout, Wong and Gibbons.

2504

35

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing Douglas County Commissioner Barbara Cook. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 27–Senators Jacobsen, Adler, Coffin, Cook, Getto, Glomb, Hickey, Horn, Neal, Nevin, O’Connell, O’Donnell, Raggio, Rawson, Rhoads, Shaffer, Smith, Titus, Townsend, Tyler and Vergiels.

2505

36

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commending Thurman Parsons for his outstanding public service and contributions to the State of Nevada. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 35–Committee on Legislative Functions and Elections.

2506

37

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commending Harry E. “Bud” Smith for his outstanding public service and contributions to the State of Nevada. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 36–Committee on Legislative Functions and Elections.

2507

38

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the Division of Water Planning of the State Department of Conservation and Natural Resources to update and reevaluate the “Alternative Plans for Water Resource Use” and to compile a plan for the management of water resources for each of the six river basin areas. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 4–Committee on Government Affairs.

2508

39

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the division of water planning of the state department of conservation and natural resources to emphasize the provision of technical assistance to local governments in Nevada. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 5–Committee on Government Affairs.

2509

40

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Amending the Joint Rules of the Senate and Assembly for the 66th legislative session to establish criteria for reviewing bills that require policies of health insurance to provide coverage for certain treatment or services. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 8–Committee on Commerce and Labor.

2510

41

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Congratulating Dr. Benoit B. Mandelbrot for being selected as the recipient of the Nevada Medal given by the Desert Research Institute and sponsored by Nevada Bell. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 29–Senators Smith, Adler, Coffin, Cook, Getto, Glomb, Hickey, Horn, Jacobsen, Neal, Nevin, O’Connell, O’Donnell, Raggio, Rawson, Rhoads, Shaffer, Titus, Townsend, Tyler and Vergiels.

2511

42

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Congratulating Kevin Bell of Fallon for receiving the award as the Youth Conservationist of the Year. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 30–Senators Getto, Adler, Coffin, Cook, Glomb, Hickey, Horn, Jacobsen, Neal, Nevin, O’Connell, O’Donnell, Raggio, Rawson, Rhoads, Shaffer, Smith, Titus, Townsend, Tyler and Vergiels.

2512

43

SENATE CONSURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the Nevada Highway Patrol Division of the Department of Motor Vehicles and Public Safety to make vehicle safety inspections for motor carriers available by appointment at the motor carriers’ convenience as scheduling permits, and to consider the use of civilian inspectors to assist peace officers in conducting such vehicle safety inspections on private property. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 14–Committee on Transportation.

2512

44

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing interagency cooperation to avoid duplication of regulation regarding the quality of water and the management of waste water. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 19–Committee on Natural Resources.

2513

45

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Urging Congress to eliminate inequities in the payment of social security benefits based on the year that persons initially become eligible for such benefits. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 6–Assemblymen Petrak, Garner, Bennett, Anderson, Bache, Scherer, Sader, Norton, Krenzer, Myrna Williams, Gregory, Porter, Wendell Williams, Price, Arberry, Callister, Evans, Dini, Little, Giunchigliani, Spitler, McGaughey, Wong, Humke, Elliott, Carpenter, Stout and Gibbons.

2514

46

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the Director of the State Department of Conservation and Natural Resources to study the desirability and feasibility of a program which gives credits to a holder of a water right for water saved through a plan of conservation. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 7–Committee on Government Affairs.

2515

47

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Urging local governments to revise zoning restrictions and building codes to encourage the development of affordable mobile home parks for persons of low income. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 13–Committee on Government Affairs.

2515

48

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Designating March 22 and 23, 1991, as Nevada 4-H State Capital Days. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 38–Assemblymen Dini, Porter, Wendell Williams, Bennett, Gregory, Hardy, Scherer, Bayley, Giunchigliani, Spriggs, McGaughey, Geotting, Myrna Williams, Johnson, Wong, Marvel, Gibbons, Petrak, Anderson, Norton, Evans, Freeman, Carpenter, Lambert, Bache, Haller, Kerns, Little, Krenzer, Bergevin, Garner, Arberry, Stout, Pettyjohn, Heller, Spitler, Humke, McGinness, Elliott, Price, Callister and Sader.

2516

49

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Urging Congress to increase the amount of financial assistance allotted to Head Start programs in Nevada. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 8–Committee on Health and Welfare.

2517

50

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Urging the Supreme Court of Nevada and the National Judicial College to establish a training program specifically for Nevada judges in alternative methods of resolving disputes. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 10–Committee on Judiciary.

2518

51

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the Department of Transportation and the Nevada Highway Patrol Division and Motor Carrier Division of the Department of Motor Vehicles and Public Safety to provide the Legislature with an analysis of the costs and benefits of constructing and operating ports of entry with Nevada before the construction of any port of entry is begun. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 11–Committee on Transportation.

2518

52

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Urging the Nevada Supreme Court to encourage district judges to use the various techniques available to assist in achieving negotiated settlements. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 11–Committee on Judiciary.

2519

53

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Urging the State Bar of Nevada to inform the public about alternative methods of resolving disputes. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 12–Committee on Judiciary.

2520

54

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late Dr. Louis E. Lombardi. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 31–Senators Raggio, Adler, Coffin, Cook, Getto, Glomb, Hickey, Horn, Jacobsen, Neal, Nevin, O’Connell, O’Donnell, Rawson, Rhoads, Shaffer, Smith, Titus, Townsend, Tyler and Vergiels.

2521

55

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the Department of Prisons to transport Leonard Hoyle and his mother to their home in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 32–Committee on Human Resources and Facilities.

2522

56

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Approving the State of Nevada Drought Plan. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 23–Committee on Government Affairs.

2522

57

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the Regional Water Planning and Advisory Board of Washoe County to work with the ditch companies and local governments to develop agreements concerning the future of ditches in the Truckee Meadows. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 20–Committee on Natural Resources.

2523

58

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Designating April 4, 1991, as Nevada REALTORS® Day. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 40–Assemblymen Price, Dini, Evans, Stout, Petrak, Carpenter, Bennett, Krenzer, Elliott, Kerns, Little, Wendell Williams, Garner, Sader, Haller, Spitler, Arberry, Heller, Bergevin, Callister, Wong, Giunchigliani, Bache, Humke, Anderson, Norton, Bayley, Hardy, Marvel, Goetting, Pettyjohn, Johnson, Gregory, McGinness, Freeman, McGaughey, Gibbons, Lambert, Scherer, Spriggs, Porter and Myrna Williams.

2524

59

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing Nevada native and matriarch Ruth Davis Sullivan. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 41–Assemblymen Haller, Anderson, Pettyjohn, Bache, Lambert, Goetting, Freeman, Bergevin, Sader, Callister, Arberry, Price, Gregory, Johnson, Wong, Gibbons, Marvel, Petrak, Bennett, Krenzer, Little, Spitler, Scherer, Garner, Dini, Elliott, Wendell Williams, Spriggs, Hardy, McGaughey, Porter, Norton, Bayley, Carpenter, Myrna Williams, Kerns, McGinness, Heller, Humke, Giunchigliani, Stout and Evans.

2524

60

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late Assemblyman Marvin M. Sedway. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 42–Assemblymen Dini, Evans, Porter, Wendell Williams, Kerns, Krenzer, Bennett, Petrak, Marvel, Gibbons, Wong, Johnson, Gregory, Price, Bache, Callister, Sader, Bergevin, Freeman, Goetting, Lambert, Arberry, Pettyjohn, Anderson, Scherer, Bayley, Haller, McGinness, Spitler, Humke, McGaughey, Myrna Williams, Giunchigliani, Spriggs, Norton, Heller, Hardy, Garner, Elliott, Little, Carpenter and Stout.

2526

61

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to amend section 33 of article 4 of the constitution of the State of Nevada by removing the limit on authorized reimbursement of legislators for postage, stationery and other expenses and by removing the additional allowance provided for leaders of the legislature. Senate Joint Resolution No. 3 of the 65th Session–Senators Raggio, Neal, Rawson, Vergiels and Jacobsen.

2527

62

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Urging cities and counties in this state to establish zones to protect wells which supply water to public water systems from contamination. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 6–Committee on Government Affairs.

2527

63

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commending the Junior Leagues of Las Vegas and Reno. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 33–Committee on Legislative Affairs and Operations.

2528

64

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Urging Congress and the President to provide additional financial support for water systems. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 3–Committee on Government Affairs.

2529

65

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commending the NAACP for fostering improved relations with the Japanese. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 43–Assemblymen Arberry, Wendell Williams, Marvel, Callister, Price, McGinness, Bache, Humke, Evans, Dini, Garner, Myrna Williams, Giunchigliani, Spriggs, Norton, Anderson, Kerns, Gregory, Johnson, Wong, Gibbons, Porter, McGaughey, Bergevin, Freeman, Goetting, Spitler, Lambert, Haller, Pettyjohn, Bayley, Scherer, Hardy, Heller, Krenzer and Bennett.

2530

66

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commending the Nevada Parent-Teacher Association. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 44–Assemblymen Giunchigliani, Spitler, McGinness, Callister, Johnson, Goetting, Pettyjohn, Anderson, Scherer, Bayley, Freeman, Wong, Krenzer, Petrak, Bennett, Kerns, Stout, Little, Elliott, Norton, Myrna Williams, Spriggs, Hardy, McGaughey, Gregory, Humke, Arberry, Wendell Williams, Dini, Garner, Carpenter, Evans, Price, Porter, Lambert, Bache, Haller, Bergevin, Sader, Gibbons, Marvel and Heller.

2531

67

SENATE RESOLUTION–Providing for the appointment of additional attaches for the Senate. Senate Resolution No. 6–Committee on Legislative Affairs and Operations.

2532

68

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Authorizing expenditure from the legislative fund for the payment of a speaker to appear before the standing committees of the Assembly and Senate during the 66th session of the Legislature. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 39–Committee on Ways and Means.

2532

69

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing Washoe County deputy sheriff, Lieutenant Glenn Barnes. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 45–Assemblymen Gibbons, Dini, Marvel, Stout, Petrak, Carpenter, Bennett, Elliott, Krenzer, Little, Kerns, Wendell Williams, Wong, Johnson, Price, Arberry, Gregory, Callister, Bergevin, Freeman, Goetting, Lambert, Bache, Pettyjohn, Anderson, Scherer, Bayley, Haller, McGinness, Spitler, Humke, McGaughey, Sader, Myrna Williams, Giunchigliani, Spriggs, Norton, Heller, Hardy, Garner, Evans and Porter.

2532

70

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Urging the Supreme Court of Nevada to require lawyers to discuss alternative methods of resolving disputes with their clients. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 13–Committee on Judiciary.

2533

71

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the Public Service Commission of Nevada to consider and address certain concerns of the public and the Legislature. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 10–Committee on Transportation.

2534

72

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Urging Congress to adopt a generally applicable definition of “wetland” for use in federal laws and regulations. Senate Joint Resolution No. 6–Committee on Natural Resources.

2535

73

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Designating April 18, 1991, as Kiwanis Day in Nevada. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 47–Assemblymen McGinness, Evans, Lambert, Haller, Krenzer, Spitler, Goetting, Freeman, Humke, Bergevin, Wendell Williams, Bache, Anderson, Pettyjohn, Scherer, Bayley, Porter, Little, Petrak, Elliott, Bennett, Carpenter, Stout, Marvel, Kerns, Gibbons, Wong, Arberry, Johnson, Myrna Williams, McGaughey, Dini, Norton, Callister, Heller, Garner, Gregory, Sader, Spriggs, Hardy, Price and Giunchigliani.

2536

74

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing former legislator from Mineral County, Warren E. Johnson. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 50–Assemblymen Spriggs, Dini, Garner, Myrna Williams, Elliott, Stout, Little, Bennett, Petrak, Krenzer, Kerns, Evans, Porter, Wendell Williams, Spitler, McGinness, Haller, Bayley, Scherer, Anderson, Pettyjohn, Bache, Lambert, Freeman, Bergevin, Sader, Callister, Arberry, Price, Johnson, Gregory, Wong, Gibbons, Giunchigliani, Norton, Hardy, Marvel, McGaughey, Humke, Heller, Goetting and Carpenter.

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75

ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Designating Monday, April 22, 1991, as Old Timers’ Day in the Assembly. Assembly Resolution No. 6–Assemblymen Dini, Price, Giunchigliani, McGinness, Anderson, Humke, Petrak, Wendell Williams, Pettyjohn, Goetting, Heller, Spitler, Myrna Williams, Arberry, Stout, Marvel, Evans, Callister, McGaughey, Freeman, Elliott, Bergevin, Johnson, Norton, Scherer, Carpenter, Wong, Garner, Haller, Bache, Spriggs, Little, Hardy, Gregory, Lambert, Bennett, Krenzer, Kerns, Porter, Bayley, Gibbons and Sader.

2538

76

SENATE RESOLUTION–Inducting James W. Haines into the Senate Hall of Fame. Senate Resolution No. 7–Senators Vergiels, Raggio, Adler, Coffin, Cook, Getto, Glomb, Hickey, Horn, Jacobsen, Neal, Nevin, O’Connell, O’Donnell, Rawson, Rhoads, Shaffer, Smith, Titus, Townsend and Tyler.

2538

77

SENATE RESOLUTION–Inducting Noble H. Getchell into the Senate Hall of Fame. Senate Resolution No. 8–Senators Vergiels, Raggio, Adler, Coffin, Cook, Getto, Glomb, Hickey, Horn, Jacobsen, Neal, Nevin, O’Connell, O’Donnell, Rawson, Rhoads, Shaffer, Smith, Titus, Townsend and Tyler.

2539

78

SENATE RESOLUTION–Inducting Fred H. Settelmeyer into the Senate Hall of Fame. Senate Resolution No. 9–Senators Vergiels, Raggio, Adler, Coffin, Cook, Getto, Glomb, Hickey, Horn, Jacobsen, Neal, Nevin, O’Connell, O’Donnell, Rawson, Rhoads, Shaffer, Smith, Titus, Townsend and Tyler.

2540

79

SENATE RESOLUTION–Inducting B. Mahlon Brown into the Senate Hall of Fame. Senate Resolution No. 10–Senators Vergiels, Raggio, Adler, Coffin, Cook, Getto, Glomb, Hickey, Horn, Jacobsen, Neal, Nevin, O’Connell, O’Donnell, Rawson, Rhoads, Shaffer, Smith, Titus, Townsend and Tyler.

2541

80

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Designating Friday, April 19, 1991, as Sammy Davis, Jr. Day in the State of Nevada. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 48–Assemblymen Arberry, Elliott, Wendell Williams, McGaughey, Callister, Dini, Myrna Williams, Porter, Evans, Price, Giunchigliani, Garner, Heller, Humke, McGinness, Goetting, Spitler, Anderson, Bache, Gibbons, Freeman, Sader, Marvel, Wong, Johnson, Gregory, Kerns, Bennett, Petrak, Krenzer, Haller, Norton, Little, Hardy, Bergevin, Lambert, Pettyjohn, Bayley, Scherer, Carpenter, Stout and Spriggs.

2542

81

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Providing for the compensation of the clergy for services rendered to the Assembly and Senate during the 66th session of the Nevada Legislature. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 49–Committee on Legislative Functions and Elections.

2543

82

SENATE RESOLUTION–Inducting Vernon E. Bunker as an honorary member of the Senate Hall of Fame. Senate Resolution No. 11–Senators Vergiels, Raggio, Adler, Coffin, Cook, Getto, Glomb, Hickey, Horn, Jacobsen, Neal, Nevin, O’Connell, O’Donnell, Rawson, Rhoads, Shaffer, Smith, Titus, Townsend and Tyler.

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ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to amend section 9 of article 8 of the constitution of the State of Nevada to eliminate the prohibition against lending the money or credit of the state to businesses. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 23 of the 65th Session–Committee on Government Affairs.

2545

84

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Congratulating the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws on its coming centennial. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 34–Committee on Judiciary.

2545

85

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Designating the week of April 21, 1991, through April 27, 1991, as Victims’ Rights Week. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 37–Senators Coffin, Adler, Cook, Getto, Glomb, Hickey, Horn, Jacobsen, Neal, Nevin, O’Connell, O’Donnell, Raggio, Rawson, Rhoads, Shaffer, Smith, Titus, Townsend, Tyler and Vergiels.

2546

86

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commending secretaries for their valuable contributions in Nevada during Secretaries’ Week and throughout the year. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 55–Assemblymen Dini, Anderson, Arberry, Bache, Bayley, Bennett, Bergevin, Callister, Carpenter, Elliott, Evans, Freeman, Garner, Gibbons, Giunchigliani, Goetting, Gregory, Haller, Hardy, Heller, Humke, Johnson, Kerns, Krenzer, Lambert, Little, McGaughey, McGinness, Marvel, Norton, Petrak, Pettyjohn, Porter, Price, Sader, Scherer, Spitler, Spriggs, Stout, Myrna Williams, Wendell Williams and Wong.

2547

87

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Declaring the annual Sparks Hometowne Christmas Parade as the official Christmas parade of the State of Nevada. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 59–Assemblymen Anderson, Evans, Sader, Bergevin, Spriggs, Giunchigliani, Gregory, Pettyjohn, Wong, Johnson, Goetting, Callister, Gibbons, Bennett, Petrak, Bache, Scherer, Norton, Humke, Bayley, McGinness, Haller, Wendell Williams, Garner, Marvel, Stout, Freeman, Lambert, Arberry, Carpenter, Little, Porter, McGaughey, Elliott, Hardy, Price, Kerns, Krenzer, Heller and Dini.

2548

88

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commending Brett McGinness for winning the Nevada State Spelling Bee. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 56–Assemblymen Dini, Myrna Williams, Price, Giunchigliani, Spriggs, Heller, Spitler, Sader, Goetting, Bache, Pettyjohn, Anderson, Bayley, Stout, Little, Bergevin, Freeman, Haller, Lambert, Scherer, Humke, McGaughey, Norton, Hardy, Garner, Petrak, Elliott, Carpenter, Bennett, Krenzer, Kerns, Wendell Williams, Evans, Porter, Arberry, Gregory, Johnson, Wong, Gibbons, McGinness, Marvel and Callister.

2549

89

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commending Michael Landon for his courage in his battle against cancer. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 60–Assemblymen Goetting, Stout, Carpenter, Elliott, Little, Garner, Myrna Williams, Giunchigliani, Spriggs, Scherer, Norton, Heller, Hardy, Haller, McGinness, Spitler, McGaughey, Porter, Evans, Wendell Williams, Kerns, Krenzer, Bennett, Petrak, Marvel, Gibbons, Wong, Johnson, Arberry, Sader, Gregory, Bergevin, Freeman, Lambert, Bache, Anderson, Pettyjohn, Bayley, Humke, Price and Dini.

2550

90

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Congratulating Clarence Ramsey on his 100th birthday on May 5, 1991. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 64–Assemblymen Carpenter, Heller, Myrna Williams, Elliott, Garner, Little, Stout, Petrak, Bennett, Krenzer, Kerns, Evans, Porter, Wendell Williams, Spitler, McGinness, Haller, Bayley, Scherer, Anderson, Pettyjohn, Bache, Lambert, Freeman, Bergevin, Sader, Callister, Arberry, Price, Gregory, Wong, Johnson, Gibbons, Giunchigliani, Spriggs, Norton, Hardy, Marvel, McGaughey, Humke, Dini and Goetting.

2551

91

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing long-time labor leader, Jim Arnold Sr. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 40–Senators Neal, Adler, Coffin, Cook, Getto, Glomb, Hickey, Horn, Jacobsen, Nevin, O’Connell, O’Donnell, Raggio, Rawson, Rhoads, Shaffer, Smith, Titus, Townsend, Tyler and Vergiels.

2552

92

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Designating May 2, 1991, to be a Day of Prayer in Nevada. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 41–Senators O’Connell, O’Donnell, Adler, Coffin, Cook, Getto, Glomb, Hickey, Horn, Jacobsen, Nevin, Raggio, Rawson, Rhoads, Shaffer, Smith, Titus, Townsend, Tyler and Vergiels.

2553

93

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Designating May 7, 1991, as “Hasty Team Day” and commending the volunteer work of the Washoe County Sheriff’s Hasty Team. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 65–Assemblymen Gibbons, Sader, Wendell Williams, Bayley, Porter, Elliott, Johnson, Gregory, Hardy, Petrak, Scherer, Anderson, Carpenter, Norton, Spriggs, Heller, Garner, Little, Giunchigliani, Myrna Williams, Marvel, Bennett, Krenzer, Kerns, Arberry, Callister, Evans, McGaughey, Bergevin, Freeman, Humke, Spitler, Goetting, Pettyjohn, Bache, Haller, McGinness, Lambert, Price, Wong, Dini and Stout.

2553

94

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Designating Tuesday, May 7, 1991, as Nevada Teachers’ Day. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 66–Assemblymen Wendell Williams, Dini, Haller, Bache, Johnson, Krenzer, Spitler, Carpenter, Gibbons, Gregory, Hardy, Lambert, Evans, Price, Arberry, Porter, Kerns, Garner, Marvel, Stout, Elliott, Petrak, Bennett, Wong, Callister, McGaughey, Humke, Sader, Bergevin, Freeman, Spriggs, Heller, Norton, Scherer, Bayley, Anderson, Pettyjohn, McGinness, Goetting, Giunchigliani, Myrna Williams and Little.

2554

95

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commending educators from Nevada who have received awards from the Milken Family Foundation. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 68–Assemblymen Evans, Callister, Little, Anderson, Bennett, Petrak, Freeman, Garner, Scherer, Spriggs, Price, Norton, Heller, Gregory, Johnson, Arberry, Marvel, Krenzer, Wendell Williams, Sader, Bayley, Elliott, Lambert, Myrna Williams, Carpenter, Wong, Hardy, Spitler, Pettyjohn, Kerns, Goetting, Stout, McGinness, Dini, Humke, Bergevin, McGaughey, Gibbons, Porter and Haller.

2555

96

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Encouraging the purchase and sale of local agricultural and dairy products. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 28–Senator Jacobsen.

2556

97

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Designating the week of May 12 through May 18, 1991, as Heritage Week in Nevada. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 69–Committee on Legislative Functions and Elections.

2557

98

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Urging the Museum of the American Indian to return to this state for permanent display in the Nevada State Museum at least one of the decoys of canvasback ducks that were excavated from a cave near Lovelock, Nevada. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 70–Assemblymen Freeman, Kerns, Little, Haller, Spriggs, Wong, Bergevin, Bache, Lambert, Bennett, Krenzer, Gibbons, McGaughey, Bayley, Elliott, Carpenter, Garner, Heller, Spitler, Johnson, Anderson, McGinness, Marvel, Price, Myrna Williams, Dini, Petrak, Sader, Goetting, Callister, Arberry, Gregory, Pettyjohn, Scherer, Norton, Giunchigliani, Stout, Wendell Williams, Humke, Evans, Porter and Hardy.

2558

99

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the Reverend Walter C. Nowak, longtime educator and spiritual leader at Bishop Gorman High School and the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 45–Senators Vergiels, Adler, Coffin, Cook, Getto, Glomb, Hickey, Horn, Jacobsen, Neal, Nevin, O’Connell, O’Donnell, Raggio, Rawson, Rhoads, Shaffer, Smith, Titus, Townsend and Tyler.

2559

100

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the Department of Motor Vehicles and Public Safety to evaluate the adequacy of existing penalties for the unlawful operation of motor carriers. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 12–Committee on Transportation.

2560

101

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Urging employers to adopt strategies to assist their employees with child care. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 14–Committee on Health and Welfare.

2560

102

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Authorizing expenditure from the legislative fund for the payment of a speaker to appear before the Senate Standing Committee on Government Affairs during the 66th session of the Nevada Legislature. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 44–Committee on Finance.

2561

103

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Designating Saturday, May 11, 1991, as State of Nevada Employees’ Association Day. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 47–Senators Vergiels, Adler, Coffin, Cook, Getto, Glomb, Hickey, Horn, Jacobsen, Neal, Nevin, O’Connell, O’Donnell, Raggio, Rawson, Rhoads, Shaffer, Smith, Titus, Townsend and Tyler.

2561

104

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Designating Monday, May 13, 1991, as “Nevada Women in Politics Day.” Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 71–Assemblymen Evans, Myrna Williams, Freeman, Giunchigliani, Krenzer, Lambert, Little and Spriggs.

2562

105

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Congratulating the I.H. Kent Company on its 100th year of continuous operation by members of the Kent family. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 73–Assemblymen McGinness, Bayley, Stout, Little, Bergevin, Haller, Freeman, Goetting, Lambert, Bache, Pettyjohn, Anderson, Scherer, Spitler, Humke, McGaughey, Sader, Spriggs, Giunchigliani, Norton, Heller, Hardy, Garner, Elliott, Carpenter, Petrak, Bennett, Krenzer, Kerns, Wendell Williams, Evans, Porter, Gregory, Johnson, Arberry, Wong, Gibbons, Marvel, Callister, Price, Dini and Myrna Williams.

2563

106

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Approving the use of certain park user fees for maintenance projects. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 35–Committee on Finance.

2564

107

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Authorizing expenditure from the legislative fund for the payment of a speaker to appear before the standing committees of the Assembly and Senate during the 66th session of the Legislature. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 48–Committee on Finance.

2565

108

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to amend the Nevada constitution to create an intermediate appellate court. Senate Joint Resolution No. 12 of the 65th Session–Senators Raggio, Neal, Getto, O’Donnell, Hickey, Wagner, Horn, Rawson, Shaffer, Malone, Smith and Jacobsen.

2565

109

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Urging Congress to deposit all money from Social Security in an independent trust fund. Senate Joint Resolution No. 9–Committee on Commerce and Labor.

2570

110

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Urging Congress to direct certain federal agencies to disclose information concerning certain United States personnel classified as prisoners-of-war or missing-in-action. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 18–Assemblymen Heller, Pettyjohn, Dini, Gibbons, Price, Elliott, Carpenter, Marvel, Myrna Williams, Giunchigliani, Spriggs, Hardy, Bayley, Norton, Scherer, Humke, Lambert, Bache, Goetting, Wong, McGaughey, Anderson, McGinness, Little, Freeman, Bennett, Petrak, Arberry, Wendell Williams, Porter, Callister, Evans, Bergevin, Haller, Johnson, Kerns, Gregory, Krenzer, Gardner, Sader and Stout.

2571

111

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Congratulating Nevada students on their success in the first Nevada History Day competition. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 75–Committee on Education.

2572

112

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Providing that the Nevada Legislature agrees that the Board of Regents is to consist of 11 members for the purposes of reapportionment and redistricting by the 66th session of the Nevada Legislature. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 37–Committee on Legislative Functions and Elections.

2573

113

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to amend section 15 of article 4 of the constitution of the State of Nevada to abolish executive sessions of the Senate and require that all meetings of legislative committees be open to the public, except meetings to consider certain personnel matters. Senate Joint Resolution No. 7–Senators Adler, Vergiels, Coffin, Cook, Getto, Glomb, Raggio, Smith, Titus and Townsend.

2573

114

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Expressing appreciation to Taiwan Delegation for the two Nevada state seals on the outside of the legislative building and for the continuing friendship that has developed between Taiwan and Nevada. Senate Joint Resolution No. 24–Senators Jacobsen, Adler, Coffin, Cook, Getto, Glomb, Hickey, Horn, Neal, Nevin, O’Connell, O’Donnell, Raggio, Rawson, Rhoads, Shaffer, Smith, Titus, Townsend, Tyler and Vergiels.

2574

115

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commending Tina Nappe for her public service relating to Nevada’s natural resources. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 82–Committee on Natural Resources, Agriculture and Mining.

2575

116

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing community leader and long-time Reno philanthropist Sidney Bertram Stern. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 50–Senators Hickey, Raggio, Adler, Coffin, Cook, Getto, Glomb, Horn, Jacobsen, Neal, Nevin, O’Connell, O’Donnell, Rawson, Rhoads, Shaffer, Smith, Titus, Townsend, Tyler and Vergiels.

2576

117

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Amending the Joint Rules of the Senate and Assembly for the 66th legislative session to allow individual legislators to introduce simple and concurrent resolutions that were requested by standing committees. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 51–Committee on Legislative Functions and Elections.

2577

118

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Granting administrative leave to legislative employees in recognition of their services to the 66th session of the Nevada Legislature. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 54–Assemblymen Price, Dini, Myrna Williams, Arberry, Gregory, Johnson, Wong, Gibbons, Marvel, Kerns, Bennett, Petrak, Wendell Williams, Evans, Porter, McGaughey, Humke, Spitler, McGinness, Haller, Anderson, Pettyjohn, Bache, Lambert, Goetting, Freeman, Bergevin, Sader, Callister, Carpenter, Elliott, Garner, Giunchigliani, Hardy, Heller, Krenzer, Little, Norton, Scherer, Spriggs, Stout and Bayley.

2578

119

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commending the producers, directors and dancers of the Mountain Men Ballet. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 77–Committee on Government Affairs.

2579

120

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Congratulating John P. Chisholm on being selected as the 1991 Nevada Inventor of the Year and being inducted into the Nevada Inventors’ Hall of Fame. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 86–Assemblymen Humke, McGaughey, Myrna Williams, Haller, Kerns, Spitler, Little, Wendell Williams, Gibbons, Stout, Wong, Dini, Bergevin, Johnson, Price, Arberry, Sader, Giunchigliani, Evans, Krenzer, Garner, Bennett, Carpenter, Freeman, Lambert, Elliott, Bayley, Spriggs, Norton, Goetting, Heller, Petrak, Pettyjohn, Marvel, McGinness, Anderson, Porter, Bache, Scherer, Hardy, Callister and Gregory.

2580

121

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to amend section 14 of article 5 of the Nevada constitution to remove the justices of the supreme court from the state board of pardons commissioners and to require the legislature to designate five persons, not including any judicial officer, to serve on the board. Senate Joint Resolution No. 2–Committee on Judiciary.

2581

122

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Urging the State Board of Education to adopt regulations which require each school district to develop a policy concerning protective headgear for pupils who ride bicycles to school. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 4–Senators Horn, Adler, Cook, Getto, Glomb, Hickey, Nevin, O’Donnell, Shaffer, Smith, Titus and Vergiels.

2581

123

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Designating June 1 through June 7, 1991, as Polio Awareness Week. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 38–Committee on Government Affairs.

2582

124

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing former Reno City Attorney Samuel Boyd Francovich. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 52–Senators Raggio, Adler, Coffin, Cook, Getto, Glomb, Hickey, Horn, Jacobsen, Neal, Nevin, O’Connell, O’Donnell, Rawson, Rhoads, Shaffer, Smith, Titus, Townsend, Tyler and Vergiels.

2583

125

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commending former Assemblyman Paul W. May, Jr., for his extensive private and public service to Nevada. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 81–Assemblymen Price, Dini, Myrna Williams, Wong, Elliott, Little, Stout, Carpenter, Garner, Heller, Hardy, Norton, Scherer, Bayley, Haller, Spitler, Sader, Arberry, Bache, Giunchigliani, Callister, Johnson, Krenzer, Anderson, Bennett, Freeman, Petrak, Gibbons, Porter, McGinness, Pettyjohn, Spriggs, McGaughey, Bergevin, Goetting, Evans, Gregory, Kerns, Marvel, Humke, Lambert and Wendell Williams.

2584

126

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commending Jared Barney for his courage in his fight against cancer. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 84–Assemblymen Goetting, Giunchigliani, Johnson, Norton, Anderson, Pettyjohn, Humke, Hardy, Wong, Elliott, Marvel, Bache, Price, Carpenter, Porter, Little, Krenzer, Arberry, Freeman, Haller, Lambert, Kerns, McGaughey, Stout, Bergevin, Gibbons, Spriggs, Gregory, McGinness, Bayley, Scherer, Heller, Bennett, Dini, Petrak, Wendell Williams, Garner, Evans, Callister, Myrna Williams, Spitler and Sader.

2586

127

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commending Rafael Rivera for discovering the Las Vegas Valley. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 88–Assemblymen Norton, Giunchigliani, Scherer, Heller, Petrak, Krenzer, Little, Evans, Anderson, Johnson, Bache, Spitler, Haller, Bennett, Porter, Sader, Dini, Garner, Freeman, Price, Myrna Williams, Wendell Williams, Callister, Arberry, Wong, Gregory, Hardy, Elliott, McGinness, Spriggs, Pettyjohn, Gibbons, Bayley, Goetting, McGaughey, Kerns, Carpenter, Marvel, Humke, Stout, Bergevin and Lambert.

2587

128

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the Department of Motor Vehicles and Public Safety to evaluate the costs and benefits of performing audits of motor carriers and to increase the number of audits that care found to be cost effective. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 15–Committee on Transportation.

2588

129

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing Nevada native Edward S. Parsons who was a founding member of the Nevada State Board of Architecture. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 51–Senators Raggio, Adler, Coffin, Cook, Getto, Glomb, Hickey, Horn, Jacobsen, Neal, Nevin, O’Connell, O’Donnell, Rawson, Rhoads, Shaffer, Smith, Titus, Townsend, Tyler and Vergiels.

2588

130

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to amend the constitution of the State of Nevada to extend the jurisdiction of the commission on judicial discipline. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 21–Committee on Judiciary.

2590

131

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to amend the constitution of the State of Nevada to allow an increase in the salaries of justices of the supreme court and district judges during their terms of office. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 22–Committee on Judiciary.

2591

132

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Urging the Department of Education and the county school districts to provide information to pupils about adoption and the financial responsibilities of raising children. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 28–Committee on Health and Welfare.

2592

133

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the Department of Transportation to exhaust every possibility to avoid closure of a certain interstate highway access ramp. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 52–Assemblymen Wendell Williams, Arberry, Price, Porter, Callister, Spitler, Bache, Stout, Goetting, Giunchigliani, Norton, Garner and Little.

2593

134

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing former legislative employee, Mary Nicols. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 92–Assemblymen Price, Dini, Myrna Williams, Wong, Hardy, Anderson, Haller, Bache, Bayley, Lambert, McGinness, Goetting, Spitler, Pettyjohn, Scherer, Sader, Little, Arberry, Giunchigliani, Krenzer, Johnson, Stout, Elliott, Norton, Carpenter, Petrak, Gibbons, Freeman, Callister, Porter, Gregory, Kerns, Garner, Evans, McGaughey, Bergevin, Spriggs, Heller, Marvel, Bennett, Humke and Wendel Williams.

2594

135

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing renowned Nevada architect, Graham Erskine. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 93–Assemblymen Dini, Bache, Myrna Williams, Porter, Heller, Haller, Freeman, Krenzer, Spitler, Arberry, Spriggs, Hardy, Petrak, Evans, Carpenter, Elliott, Little, Garner, Wendell Williams, Kerns, Stout, Marvel, Gibbons, Wong, Goetting, Gregory, Bergevin, Lambert, Anderson, McGinness, Scherer, Johnson, Bennett, Pettyjohn, Giunchigliani, Norton, Bayley, Humke, Sader, McGaughey, Callister and Price.

2595

136

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing Nevada’s first archivist, Frederick Charles Gale. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 94–Assemblymen Dini, Bache, Myrna Williams, Porter, Heller, Haller, Freeman, Krenzer, Spitler, Arberry, Spriggs, Hardy, Petrak, Evans, Carpenter, Elliott, Little, Garner, Wendell Williams, Kerns, Stout, Marvel, Gibbons, Wong, Gregory, Bergevin, Goetting, Lambert, Anderson, McGinness, Scherer, Johnson, Bennett, Pettyjohn, Giunchigliani, Norton, Bayley, Humke, Sader, McGaughey, Callister and Price.

2596

137

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Amending the Joint Rules of the Senate and Assembly for the 66th legislative session to remove certain limitations concerning the length of session. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 95–Committee on Legislative Functions and Elections.

2597

138

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the Department of Motor Vehicles and Public Safety to conduct an interim study of the feasibility of creating a uniform traffic citation and complaint form. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 58–Committee on Transportation.

2598

139

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the Department of Industrial Relations to conduct an interim study of occupational safety and health standards. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 76–Committee on Labor.

2599

140

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Creating a committee of Legislators from Nevada to meet with Legislators from California to review the Tahoe Regional Planning Compact. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 17–Committee on Government Affairs.

2599

141

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Condemning the violence inflicted by troops of the Soviet Union against the people of the Baltic States of Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia and urging President Bush and Congress to take diplomatic action in support of freedom for the Baltic States. Senate Joint Resolution No. 15–Committee on Government Affairs.

2601

142

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Urging Congress to increase funding to the Special Supplemental Food Program for Women, Infants and Children. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 13–Committee on Health and Welfare.

2602

143

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing Washoe County Commissioner, James C. Lillard. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 60–Senators Raggio, Adler, Coffin, Cook, Getto, Glomb, Hickey, Horn, Jacobsen, Neal, Nevin, O’Connell, O’Donnell, Rawson, Rhoads, Shaffer, Smith, Titus, Townsend, Tyler and Vergiels.

2603

144

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Urging the Welfare Division of the Department of Human Resources to increase the number of providers of obstetric care for pregnant women and teenagers who are medically indigent. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 33–Committee on Health and Welfare.

2604

145

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Urging the Environmental Protection Agency to undertake a review of its proposed standards for the regulation of waste from mines. Senate Joint Resolution No. 22–Committee on Natural Resources.

2605

146

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Urging the Congress of the United States to make permanent the formula for determining grazing fees provided by the Public Rangeland Improvement Act of 1978. Senate Joint Resolution No. 17–Committee on Natural Resources.

2606

147

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Urging Congress to give Indian tribes jurisdiction over Indians who are not on the official tribal rolls. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 30–Committee on Natural Resources, Agriculture and Mining.

2606

148

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

2608

149

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Urging Congress to reject certain legislation related to mining. Senate Joint Resolution No. 18–Committee on Commerce and Labor.

2608

150

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to amend section 3 of article 9 of the constitution of the State of Nevada, relating to public debts, to authorize the state to enter into certain agreements notwithstanding the limitations on state indebtedness. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 24–Committee on Government Affairs.

2609

151

SENATE RESOLUTION–Designating certain senators as members of the legislative commission and providing for the method of selecting alternate members. Senate Resolution No. 12–Committee on Legislative Affairs and Operations.

2610

152

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the Division of State Lands of the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources to conduct an interim study of the options for the transfer of the Indian Lakes area from the Federal Government to the state or a local government. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 58–Senator Getto.

2611

153

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the Department of Education and local school districts to report on progress and effect of certain required course of instruction. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 30–Committee on Health and Welfare.

2612

154

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing long-time Fallon resident, Tom Gallagher. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 63–Senators Getto, Adler, Coffin, Cook, Glomb, Hickey, Horn, Jacobsen, Neal, Nevin, O’Connell, O’Donnell, Raggio, Rawson, Rhoads, Shaffer, Smith, Titus, Townsend, Tyler and Vergiels.

2613

155

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the board of county commissioners of Washoe County and the city councils of Reno and Sparks to conduct and to report to the legislature the results of a study of fiscal equity among Washoe County, the City of Reno and the City of Sparks in providing public services in the Truckee Meadows region and requiring those governmental entities to carry out the recommendations of the study. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 61–Committee on Government Affairs.

2614

156

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the governing bodies of Washoe County and the cities of Reno and Sparks to conduct and report to the legislature on a coordinated study of the quantity and quality of the water supply in the region and directs those governing bodies and the governing board for regional planning to take certain actions to carry out the recommendations of the study. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 62–Committee on Government Affairs.

2616

157

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the men of the USS Nevada who sacrificed their lives in defending their country at Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 101–Assemblymen Gibbons, Price, Hardy, Heller, Myrna Williams, Norton, Giunchigliani, Garner, Little, Elliott, Carpenter, Stout, Petrak, Marvel, Bennett, Krenzer, Wong, Kerns, Johnson, Gregory, Wendell Williams, Evans, Callister, Porter, Sader, McGaughey, Bergevin, Spitler, Goetting, Lambert, McGinness, Bache, Haller, Pettyjohn, Bayley, Anderson, Scherer, Spriggs, Humke, Dini and Freeman.

2618

158

ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Commending Craig Calvin Page for earning a Juris Doctor degree from McGeorge School of Law. Assembly Resolution No. 8–Assemblymen Arberry, Kerns, Wendell Williams, Hardy, Heller, Spriggs, Petrak, Norton, Giunchigliani, Myrna Williams, Garner, Little, Elliott, Carpenter, Stout, Marvel, Gibbons, Bennett, Krenzer, Wong, Johnson, Gregory, Price, Evans, Callister, Porter, Sader, McGaughey, Bergevin, Spitler, Freeman, Lambert, McGinness, Pettyjohn, Bayley, Bache, Scherer, Goetting, Anderson, Haller, Humke and Dini.

2619

159

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commending the Superintendent and staff of the State Printing and Micrographics Division of the Department of General Services for services rendered to the Nevada Legislature. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 102–Assemblymen Dini, Anderson, Pettyjohn, Bache, Lambert, Goetting, Bergevin, Sader, Callister, Gregory, Johnson, Marvel, Arberry, Gibbons, Petrak, Bennett, Krenzer, Kerns, Evans, Humke, Wendell Williams, Spitler, McGinness, Haller, Bayley, Scherer, Hardy, Heller, Norton, Spriggs, McGaughey, Myrna Williams, Giunchigliani, Porter, Garner, Little, Elliott, Stout, Carpenter, Price and Freeman.

2619

160

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the Board of Regents of the University of Nevada System to present a proposal to the 67th session of the Nevada Legislature concerning the advanced payment of tuition, room, board and fees. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 61–Committee on Human Resources and Facilities.

2620

161

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Encouraging senior citizens to form a senior citizens’ legislature. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 62–Committee on Finance.

2621

162

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing Douglas County pioneer, Duane E. Mack. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 65–Senators Jacobsen, Adler, Coffin, Cook, Getto, Glomb, Hickey, Horn, Neal, Nevin, O’Connell, O’Donnell, Raggio, Rawson, Rhoads, Shaffer, Smith, Titus, Townsend, Tyler and Vergiels.

2621

163

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Urging certain self-help groups in this state to develop programs to address the special needs of persons with traumatic brain injuries. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 17–Committee on Finance.

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164

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the Department of Motor Vehicles and Public Safety to conduct a study of the feasibility of establishing a provisional drivers’ licensing system. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 83–Committee on Transportation.

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165

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

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166

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the director of the department of motor vehicles and public safety to conduct an interim study of the procedure for the sale of motor vehicles to satisfy a lien for labor, materials and storage. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 63–Committee on Transportation.

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167

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Demanding that the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency restrict its activities concerning casino projects. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 67–Committee on Government Affairs.

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168

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the governor to appoint an interim commission to study the issues facing the Hispanic community. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 91–Assemblymen Giunchigliani, Spitler, Norton, Haller, Bache, Freeman, Lambert, Sader, Callister, Johnson and Little.

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169

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Amending the Joint Rules of the Senate and Assembly for the 66th legislative session to provide for briefings regarding the interim findings and recommendations of legislative committees. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 100–Committee on Legislative Functions and Elections.

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170

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing Mary Frazzini, former Assemblywoman from Washoe County. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 103–Assemblymen Dini, Evans, Elliott, Stout, Carpenter, Garner, Myrna Williams, Giunchigliani, Spriggs, Norton, Heller, Hardy, Scherer, Bayley, Haller, McGinness, Spitler, Humke, McGaughey, Porter, Wendell Williams, Kerns, Krenzer, Bennett, Petrak, Marvel, Gibbons, Wong, Johnson, Gregory, Price, Arberry, Callister, Sader, Bergevin, Freeman, Goetting, Lambert, Bache, Pettyjohn, Anderson and Little.

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171

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing Delbert T. Landing, long-time Carson City resident. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 104–Assemblymen Dini, McGaughey, Anderson, Bennett, Krenzer, Little, Bayley, Kerns, Johnson, Heller, Wendell Williams, Gregory, Callister, Arberry, Porter, Giunchigliani, Gibbons, Hardy, Spriggs, Elliott, Myrna Williams, Wong, Freeman, Spitler, Goetting, Humke, Sader, Haller, Marvel, Stout, Scherer, McGinness, Carpenter, Garner, Pettyjohn, Petrak, Bergevin, Evans, Bache, Lambert, Price and Norton.

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172

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commending Carol L. Moore on her 30th anniversary with the Nevada Assembly. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 105–Assemblymen Dini, Price, Bergevin, Marvel, Sader, Humke, Kerns, Arberry, Lambert, McGaughey, Spriggs, Myrna Williams, Callister, Carpenter, Evans, Freeman, Garner, Porter, Wendell Williams, McGinness, Haller, Little, Anderson, Bache, Bayley, Bennett, Elliott, Giunchigliani, Goetting, Gregory, Hardy, Heller, Johnson, Krenzer, Norton, Petrak, Pettyjohn, Scherer, Spitler, Stout, Wong and Gibbons.

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173

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Congratulating the Nevada Wing of the Civil Air Patrol on 50 years of continuous service. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 67–Senators Nevin, Adler, Coffin, Cook, Getto, Glomb, Hickey, Horn, Jacobsen, Neal, O’Connell, O’Donnell, Raggio, Rawson, Rhoads, Shaffer, Smith, Titus, Townsend, Tyler and Vergiels.

2633

174

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Urging the Secretary of Interior and Secretary of Agriculture to organize an interagency task force to develop a plan for the recovery of Lahontan cutthroat trout in Nevada. Senate Joint Resolution No. 23–Committee on Natural Resources.

2633

175

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Urging the C.H. Kempe National Center to hold the annual meeting of the “National Task Force on Juvenile Sexual Offending” in Nevada in 1992. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 26–Committee on Health and Welfare.

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176

ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Commending the attaches of the Assembly for their dedicated service during the 66th session of the Nevada Legislature. Assembly Resolution No. 10–Assemblymen Dini, McGaughey, Anderson, Bache, Johnson, Gibbons, Bennett, Evans, Scherer, Little, Krenzer, Bayley, Pettyjohn, Lambert, Hardy, Haller, Spriggs, Stout, Carpenter, Elliott, Freeman, Bergevin, Humke, Spitler, McGinness, Sader, Callister, Arberry, Price, Marvel, Gregory, Wong, Petrak, Kerns, Wendell Williams, Porter, Myrna Williams, Giunchigliani, Heller, Norton, Garner and Goetting.

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177

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Urging Congress to allocate money for the management of public lands and the protection of the habitat of wild horses and burros based on the population of the herds of wild horses and burros in each state. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 28–Assemblymen Carpenter, Marvel, Bennett, Little, Garner, Porter, Bergevin, Heller, Spriggs, Hardy, Bayley, Stout, Elliott, McGinness, Petrak, Wong, Kerns, Price, Gregory, Norton, Gibbons, Scherer, Johnson, Pettyjohn, Wendell Williams, McGaughey, Arberry, Spitler and Goetting.

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178

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Urging Congress to pass a Hunger Relief Act. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 23–Committee on Health and Welfare.

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179

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the Legislative Commission to conduct an interim study of the welfare system in Nevada. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 16–Assemblymen Evans, Callister, Marvel, Price, McGinness, Pettyjohn, Goetting, Giunchigliani, Heller, Spitler, Myrna Williams, Stout, Dini and Humke.

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180

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the Legislative Commission to conduct an interim study concerning the establishment of a policy and procedure for the naming of state buildings. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 26–Committee on Legislative Functions and Elections.

2639

181

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the Legislative Commission to conduct an interim study of state and local procedures for the review and approval of proposals for the subdivision of land. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 46–Committee on Government Affairs.

2640

182

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the Legislative Commission to conduct an interim study of the laws relating to emergencies involving hazardous materials. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 79–Committee on Government Affairs.

2641

183

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the Legislative Commission to conduct an interim study on public elementary and secondary education in this state. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 85–Committee on Education.

2642

184

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the Legislative Commission to study the laws governing public records and books. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 90–Committee on Legislative Functions and Elections.

2643

185

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to amend the Nevada constitution to authorize a reduction in the tax on all or part of the property of a business or industry that relocates or has relocated its hazardous operations from an area in this state to a site or sites designated by the legislature. Senate Joint Resolution No. 21–Committee on Commerce and Labor.

2644

186

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Requiring an interim study of the state budget process. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 21–Senators Rhoads, Horn and Raggio.

2645

187

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the Legislative Commission to conduct an interim study to evaluate and recommend potential funding sources for the Department of Wildlife. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 36–Committee on Finance.

2647

188

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the Legislative Commission to conduct a study on the feasibility of developing a program of computer-assisted instruction for pupils in kindergarten and grades 1 through 12, inclusive. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 43–Senators Rawson, Hickey and Coffin.

2648

189

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing Legislative Commission to conduct an interim study of the feasibility of establishing veterans’ homes, veterans’ centers and motor vehicle pools for veterans. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 54–Committee on Finance.

2649

190

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the Legislative Commission to conduct an interim study of gaming. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 59–Senator Titus.

2650

191

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the Fiscal Analysis Division of the Legislative Counsel Bureau to conduct an interim study of funding special education programs for handicapped children including gifted and talented children. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 68–Committee on Finance.

2651

192

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing Raymond E. Dace, a lifelong supporter of the Democratic Party. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 69–Senators Vergiels, Adler, Coffin, Cook, Getto, Glomb, Hickey, Horn, Jacobsen, Neal, Nevin, O’Connell, O’Donnell, Raggio, Rawson, Rhoads, Shaffer, Smith, Titus, Townsend and Tyler.

2652

193

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing William K. Woodburn, prominent Reno attorney. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 70–Senators Hickey, Raggio, Adler, Coffin, Cook, Getto, Glomb, Horn, Jacobsen, Neal, Nevin, O’Connell, O’Donnell, Rawson, Rhoads, Shaffer, Smith, Titus, Townsend, Tyler and Vergiels.

2653

194

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late Herman L. Peavy. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 71–Senators Raggio, Jacobsen, Adler, Coffin, Cook, Getto, Glomb, Hickey, Horn, Neal, Nevin, O’Connell, O’Donnell, Rawson, Rhoads, Shaffer, Smith, Titus, Townsend, Tyler and Vergiels.

2653

195

SENATE RESOLUTION–Commending the attaches of the Senate for their service during the 66th session of the Nevada Legislature. Senate Resolution No. 13–Senators Shaffer, Vergiels, Raggio, Neal, Adler, Coffin, Cook, Getto, Glomb, Hickey, Horn, Jacobsen, Nevin, O’Connell, O’Donnell, Rawson, Rhoads, Smith, Titus, Townsend and Tyler.

2654

196

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Urging the Congress of the United States to consent to an amendment of the ordinance of the Nevada Constitution to remove the disclaimer concerning the right of the Federal Government to unappropriated public lands in Nevada. Senate Joint Resolution No. 25–Committee on Natural Resources.

2655

197

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Urging the Congress of the United States to require federal agencies to obtain the approval of each affected local government before acquiring privately owned land in this state and to release comparable public land to private ownership upon the acquisition of such land. Senate Joint Resolution No. 20–Senator Rhoads.

2656

198

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the Legislative Commission to conduct an interim study of the feasibility of privatizing the provision of governmental services. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 2–Senators Raggio, Coffin, Getto, Glomb, Hickey, Horn, Jacobsen, O’Connell, O’Donnell, Rawson, Rhoads, Shaffer and Smith.

2657

199

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Amending the Joint Rules of the Senate and Assembly for the 66th legislative session to provide for the review of certain benefits required by state law to be provided by policies of health insurance. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 9–Committee on Commerce and Labor.

2657

200

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION––Commending Justice Thurgood Marshall of the United States Supreme Court upon his retirement. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 72–Senators Neal, Adler, Coffin, Cook, Getto, Glomb, Hickey, Horn, Jacobsen, Nevin, O’Connell, O’Donnell, Raggio, Rawson, Rhoads, Shaffer, Smith, Titus, Townsend, Tyler and Vergiels.

2658

201

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Requesting the Assembly to return Senate Bill No. 529 of this session to the Senate. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 73–Committee on Commerce and Labor.

2659

202

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Requiring the legislature to pay from the legislative fund the premiums for insurance for the month of July 1991, for certain temporary employees of the legislature and the legislative counsel bureau. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 106–Committee on Legislative Functions and Elections.

2660

203

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Urging Congress to encourage the development and marketing of affordable drugs for the treatment of persons afflicted with acquired immune deficiency syndrome. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 29–Committee on Health and Welfare.

2660

204

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Urging the Congress of the United States to expedite ratification of the amendments to the Tahoe Regional Planning Compact made by the State of California and adopted by the Nevada Legislature in 1987. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 25–Committee on Government Affairs.

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