CARSON CITY (AP) — Nevada lawmakers have wrapped up their 2021 legislative session just before the clock struck midnight and forced them to adjourn.
They passed dozens of high-profile bills up to moments before the clock struck their midnight deadline.
Bills they passed increase taxes on the mining industry, license cannabis lounges and overhaul state voting policies.
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They also change the date of the state's presidential primary and mandate that all active voters be sent mail-in ballots in future elections.
Some bills died before lawmakers adjourned. They included a measure to offer a straight-ticket voting option on ballots.
The Legislature is scheduled to convene for its next regular session 2023.
By SAM METZ AP / Report for America