CARSON CITY, NV - June 07, 2019
Today, Governor Steve Sisolak signed 43 bills into law, including a bill establishing the Nevada 24/7 Sobriety and Drug Monitoring Program, a measure to strengthen computer literacy curriculum in public schools, and a bill prohibiting discrimination against a person who is deaf or legally blind in child custody proceedings.
Assembly Bill 316 establishes the Nevada 24/7 Sobriety and Drug Monitoring Program, a voluntary statewide program that local jurisdictions can participate in to help rehabilitate individuals convicted of driving under the influence
Senate Bill 313 strengthens computer literacy curriculum in public schools by establishing an online resource for computer science instruction and instructs the Nevada Department of Education to assist schools in developing computer literacy curriculum.
Assembly Bill 140 prohibits discrimination against a person who is deaf, legally blind, or otherwise physically disabled, or holds a valid medical marijuana card, in court proceedings concerning child custody, visitation, adoption, or guardianship. This bill also prohibits discrimination on such basis for the purposes of determining the suitability of a prospective adoptive home.
Additional bills signed by Governor Sisolak today, June 6, 2019: