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What to say when contacting your representative:

1. Identify yourself. Give your name and contact information

2. Short and Sweet. Be clear, concise and to the point.

3. Be specific. Refer to the bill number, call for action, list the facts.

4. Be polite. Being demeaning or accusitory won’t resovle anything.

5. Thank them. Thank your representative for their time.

Bill Tracker

What bills are on the floor, how will they impact your family?

Education

SB 225 – Bullying Private Schools

Under the guise of creating a “safe and respectful learning environment” SB 225 would require all private schools, including religious schools, to adopt anti-bullying policies and practices, provide instruction to staff and students, and communicate messages that conflict with the schools’ beliefs regarding human sexuality or the immutability of biological sex. For more information click here
Read the full-text bill here: SB 225

 AB 186- Reducing Parental Control Over Education

AB 186 would lower the mandatory age to start school from 7 years old to 5 years old and mandate that all Nevada public elementary schools have a pre-kindergarten program for 4-year-olds. For more information click here

Read the full-text bill here: AB 186

AB 348 Expanding Sexual Education Mandates

This bill would expand the scope of what is being taught in sex education from health basics to the promotion of radical social issues. This bill changes the sex education curriculum in Nevada from opt in to opt out, leading parents to receive less information about the curriculum, and those coming in to teach it.  For more information click here

Read the full-text bill here: AB 384

Parental Rights

SB 201 – Prohibitions on Counseling 

SB 201 will prohibit licensed “psychotherapists,” from counseling minors regarding unwanted same-sex attraction and gender identity.  If a 6-year-old biological boy believes he’s a girl, this bill would prohibit counseling for that child about his biological sex.  He could only receive counseling affirming his choice to be a girl. For more information click here
Read the full-text bill here: SB 201