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The 80th Legislature is about to begin. To prepare, the Nevada Department of Veterans Services invites you to join us for several events coming up, to discuss veteran-related issues within the state.
If you are interested in getting involved in the legislative process, contact the United Veterans Legislative Council (UVLC) at (775) 636-2369. They are a nonprofit, nonpartisan group that represents many of Nevada’s veterans’ service organizations and can discuss ways you might consider participating.
Also below you will find a report on the outcomes of the 79th Legislative Session. Reading this report will give you an idea of how important the needs of Nevada veterans and their families are to Governor Sandoval and our Legislature consider issues of veterans and their families to be.
Kat Miller, Director, Nevada Department of Veterans Services
This report fulfills the requirements of NRS 417.103 which requires the Director of the Nevada Department of Veterans Services (NDVS) to provide a report no later than September 1 following each regular session of the Legislature detailing the following:
A description of each newly-enacted statute by the Legislature which affects veterans in this State.
A description of each bill, or portion of a bill, newly enacted by the Legislature that appropriates or authorizes money for veterans
A brief plan by the Director, NDVS for carrying out duties required by newly-passed legislation.
The date on which each statute and bill described in the memorandum becomes effective.
This report has also been posted on the NDVS web site as required by NRS 417.103.