The 82nd Legislature of the state of Nevada came to an end at midnight on June 5, 2023. Although the assembly consisted of a super-majority of pro-death zealots and the senate was one shy of a super-majority of pro-death zealots, we were able to fight back most of the bad bills. Here is a breakdown on the bills we fought.
|Protects those who would transport a child over the border for a secret abortion
|Veto proof super majority passed. Signed into law.
|Step one of amending Nevada Constitution to protect unfettered abortion as a fundamental right. Must pass the next legislature, then go to a vote of the people.
|Party line vote. No ability for veto. Can stop if we get a majority in one house.
|Would prohibit local communities regulating abortion facilities.
|Passed. Vetoed by Gov. Lombardo. Must maintain current numbers of legislators to sustain veto first week of next session without hearing or public comment..
|Assisted suicide. This bill follows the model of Oregon and Canada and will open the door to the problems seen there. When assisted suicide becomes a treatment option, it becomes a valued option for cost-cutting with insurance, Medicare, and Medicaid. There are no safeguards protecting the vulnerable and the elderly. The definition of terminal is so broad that diabetes and other chronic but only life-threatening without treatment conditions could qualify a patient for a lethal prescription.
|Passed with bipartisan opposition. Vetoed by Gov. Lombardo at end of session. Must maintain current numbers of legislators to sustain veto first week of next session without hearing or public comment..
|Radical sex ed bills that removed curriculum decision-making from the local community and gave it to isolated, unelected bureaucrats at the state level. Comprehensive sex ed mandating educating kids on reproductive rights and radical sexuality/gender education. Change of opt in to opt out reducing parental control.
|Gutted and killed
|CPC harassment and intimidation
|Budweiser amendment bill. Perfectly good bill protecting parental speech at school boards. Was gutted in the middle of the night by Senator Fabian Donate to fine school boards $5K per day for protecting girls sports and private spaces.