Nevada Legislature

The Nevada Legislature meets every other year (biennially) for a 120-day session to adopt a two-year budget and to enact new laws or revise existing laws. Following each session, there is a 20-month period between sessions referred to as the "interim." Interim committees are created by the Legislature to work on specific and often complex issues between sessions. Interim committees receive reports and public comment, debate public policy issues, and formulate recommendations for new legislation in the next legislative session. Information on current and past Legislative Sessions and Interim Sessions can be viewed in more detail below: