CARSON CITY (AP) — Nevada lawmakers passed hundreds of bills this week to reform the criminal justice system, boost funding for K-12 schools and ban "ghost guns."
They passed measures to ban law enforcement agencies from requiring their officers to meet ticket quotas and to decriminalize traffic violations.
The four-month legislative session is scheduled to adjourn on May 31.
The Democratic-controlled statehouse has passed dozens of priority bills.
But the fate of several major proposals remains up the in air, including energy infrastructure, mail-in voting and laid-off workers who want the jobs they had before the pandemic — remains up in the air.