NRS 218D.940
Daily history of legislative measures: Printing

  • contents
  • form
  • number of copies
  • authentication
  • binding.


Each House shall cause to be printed once every legislative day during a regular or special session a complete history of all bills and resolutions originating in or acted upon by the respective Houses. The history must show the action taken upon each legislative measure up to and including the legislative day preceding its issuance.


A daily file of bills ready for consideration must be printed each legislative day for each House, along with the daily history.


The Secretary of the Senate and the Chief Clerk of the Assembly shall determine the form and the number of copies for their respective Houses.


Upon final adjournment of the Legislature, one of the final copies of the daily history of bills for each House must be authenticated by the presiding officer and Secretary or Chief Clerk, and the final copies must be properly bound in separate volumes and deposited in the Office of the Secretary of State as the official histories of bills of both Houses.
Statutes of Nevada

Source: Section 218D.940 — Daily history of legislative measures: Printing; contents; form; number of copies; authentication; binding., https://www.­leg.­state.­nv.­us/NRS/NRS-218D.­html#NRS218DSec940.

Last Updated

Feb. 5, 2021

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