Nevada’s 82nd Legislative Session: Week 3

Marcos Lopez

This week Nevada Policy’s Marcos Lopez is joined by legislators and lobbyists to discuss what has happened during the first three weeks of Nevada’s 82nd legislative session.

  • Senator Titus examines the top priorities of the Senate minority this session and the future of her emergency powers bill;
  • Assemblyman PK O’Neill discusses the biggest issue facing departments throughout the state government today and the governor’s plan to address it;
  • Erin Phillip from Power2Parent shares about the future of opportunity scholarships in Nevada;
  • Wiz Rouzard from Americans for Prosperity-Nevada talks about why the organization opposes a ban on fluorescent lightbulbs; and
  • Bryan Wachter of the Retail Association of Nevada discusses the future of the economy and what that should mean for the state budget.

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Marcos Lopez

Marcos Lopez

Policy Fellow

Marcos Lopez serves as a Policy Fellow for Nevada Policy. For over a decade, Marcos has fought to advance free-market principles, limited government, and secure individual rights through electioneering, lobbying, and grassroots mobilization at all levels of government across nine states and Washington D.C.

Originally from Miami, Marcos moved to Nevada in 2015 and has lived in Reno and Las Vegas, where he currently resides. His main areas of focus include economic opportunity, criminal justice reform, and school choice. Marcos’ work and efforts have been recognized and featured in The New York Times, The Las Vegas Review Journal, The Nevada Independent, This is Reno, and The Nevada Current.