Nevada Legislative Session Ends
June 6, 2023
The Nevada Legislative session ended Monday, June 5, 2023, and many bills are waiting for the Governor’s approval or veto. This process may take several days as the Governor has ten days to act if there are fewer than five days remaining in the session when he received a bill or a bill is delivered after adjournment.
As always, once we know which bills will become new laws, KZA will provide you with a summary of bills relating to labor and employment matters.
If you have immediate questions about a pending bill, please contact a KZA attorney for assistance. We have been tracking them and can answer your questions. Otherwise, stay tuned to the KZA Employer Reports for a full, upcoming report!
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