From left, Senate Majority Leader Nicole Cannizzaro, Senate Democrats executive director Cheryl Bruce, and Senators Chris Brooks and Yvanna Cancela walk toward the Governors office inside the Capital on Wednesday, Aug. 5, 2020 during the sixth day of the 32nd Special Session of the Legislature in Carson City. (David Calvert/The Nevada Independent)
PHOTOS: Sixth day of special session focused on bill shielding business from COVID-19-related lawsuits
The end of the special legislative session seemed near on Wednesday evening, with just one bill left to take up in the Assembly — a measure extending partial immunity from COVID-19 related lawsuits to some businesses but not all.
The Senate also adopted a resolution declaring systemic racism a public health crisis. The measure points out the disproportionate harm that coronavirus has had on communities of color. The Nevada Independent’s photographer David Calvert is once again in Carson City as the Legislature tries to wrap up the second special session of 2020.
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