Engaging with the Legislative Session Virtually

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The 81st Nevada Legislative session commenced on February 1st, 2021.

The Nevada Legislature convenes every 2 years, for 120 days. We have until May 31st, 2021 to make our voices heard and fight for policy that puts people and planet first.  With your engagement during the legislative session, we will build a more fair and just Nevada for all!

 

Our Legislative Priorities:

★ Voting Access

★ Revenue Reform (Tax the Mines!)

★ Tenant Protections

Deportation Pipeline & Language Access

End Cash Bail, Police Reform, & Juvenile Justice

 

For more information on our legislative priorities, check out our 1-pager

Mining Revenue

Your legislators need to hear from you! One of the best ways to do that is to submit your opinion on a bill. Here is a guide with talking points we put together in favor of AJR1** You can use these to paste in the comment box when you click “in favor.”

Other Resources

5 Ways to Participate

  

1. Email or Call Your Legislator Directly 

2. Tag Your Elected Officials on Social Media

3. Complete the Legislature’s Opinion Polls

4. Call in to Testify on a Bill Hearing

5. Submit Written Testimony for a Bill Hearing

Take Action

  

Sign our Petition: Tell your legislator: It’s time to put us first this legislative session through passing mine tax reform!

 

Follow: @PLANevada on Twitter and #nvleg and #DigDeepNVLeg to keep up to date

Session Updates!

 Hear from our organizing team on KWNK 97.7: Nevada’s Voices with PLAN! Where we will be giving legislative updates on our priority bills.

 

First episode features Ian Bigley. PLAN’s mining justice organizer giving an update on the mining bills in the Nevada Legislature! Tune in here!

The second episode is in! Listen in on our latest segment featuring Tiara Moore on housing. We talked about housing in Nevada, what’s happening at the legislature + the current eviction moratorium. Check it out here