NV AB445 | 2023 | 82nd Legislature


Completed Legislative Action
Spectrum: Partisan Bill (Democrat 1-0)
Status: Failed on June 6 2023 - 100% progression
Action: 2023-06-06 - (No further action taken.)
Text: Latest bill text (Introduced) [PDF]


AN ACT relating to mental health; authorizing the Office of Economic Development to grant a partial abatement of property taxes, business taxes and sales and use taxes to a business that locates or expands in this State and that provides mental health services for children; establishing a credit against the modified business tax on certain businesses for taxpayers who donate money to the Account to Improve Mental Health Services for Children; clarifying that facilities providing mental health services for children are eligible for loans and financial assistance from the Nevada State Infrastructure Bank; creating the Account to Improve Mental Health Services for Children to provide supplemental rates or enhanced rates of reimbursement to a recipient of Medicaid who is a child for mental health services; and providing other matters properly relating thereto.

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Revises provisions relating to the mental health of children. (BDR 32-1004)



2023-06-06Assembly(No further action taken.)
2023-04-17AssemblyRereferred to Committee on Ways and Means. Exemption effective. To committee.
2023-04-17AssemblyTaken from General File.
2023-04-17AssemblyRead second time.
2023-04-14AssemblyFrom committee: Do pass.
2023-03-30AssemblyNotice of eligibility for exemption.
2023-03-29AssemblyFrom printer. To committee.
2023-03-27AssemblyRead first time. Referred to Committee on Revenue. To printer.

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