From left, Assemblyman Skip Daly, Assemblywoman Teresa Benitez-Thompson, Senator Julia Ratti and Assemblyman Greg Smith on Tuesday, Aug. 4, 2020 during the fifth day of the 32nd Special Session of the Legislature in Carson City. (David Calvert/The Nevada Independent)
PHOTOS: A late night of action, then votes to address jobless crisis, police misconduct on Day 5 of special session
After the Senate stayed up late to consider a bill that addressed business liability protection during the pandemic, members of the Assembly passed bills Tuesday that address an unemployment backlog and repeal some recently enacted protections for law enforcement accused of misconduct.
Public action wrapped up before sundown in a rare day of relatively smooth proceedings on bills. The Nevada Independent’s photographer David Calvert was in Carson City as bills worked their way through the statehouse.
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