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It is a unique experience to be part of the legislative process. There are always things to do and lessons to be learned.
It is only a temporary job and sometimes the hours can be very long. This is all disclosed up front, so there are no surprises. It's hard to say goodbye to your session family after it's over.
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The Nevada legislature makes the law for the more than 2 million residents of the state. The legislature consists of more than 20 members in the Senate (elected for four-year terms) and more than 40 in the Assembly (elected for two-year terms). Majority and Minority Floor Leaders are elected in each House for both parties. Regular sessions begin in February in odd-numbered years; the governor may also call the legislature into a special session. The legislature drafts and debates bills, which are later sent to the governor for final approval. A two-third majority vote in...