Nevada Policy Unveils Bill Tracker for 2023 Session

Kevin Dietrich

With the 2023 legislative session about to begin, Nevada Policy is rolling out its newest Nevada bill tracker.

The user-friendly system allows interested individuals to keep watch on proposed legislation that Nevada Policy believes could significantly impact – positively or negatively – liberty and the free market process in the Silver State.

“We’re not going to follow every bill introduced during the 2023 session, but we will be tracking those that have the potential to dramatically affect how Nevadans live their lives,” Nevada Policy President John Tsarpalas said.

The tracker, located on Nevada Policy’s website, includes bill numbers and the topics addressed with each (education, taxes, transparency, over regulation, worker freedom, etc.). It will also include a brief summation of the proposed legislation to help Nevadans more easily understand a bill’s intent, along with a Nevada Policy rating describing whether it is for the legislation, against it or ambivalent, along with where the bill is in the legislative process.

Finally, there will be a “take action” button that Nevadans can click to contact legislators.

“Nevada Policy’s bill tracker has long been a staple for legislators, their staff and the general public as a tool to cut through the noise of the more than 1,000 bills introduced each session to provide them the thoughtful analysis Nevada Policy is known for all,” said Marcos Lopez, Nevada Policy’s director of outreach and coalitions.

“We have updated the interface and user experience to ensure individuals have the latest information at their fingertips, including a new feature which helps Nevadans engage in the public policy process with a single click,” Lopez added.

The Nevada State Legislature session, which begins Feb. 6, runs through June.

Kevin Dietrich

Kevin Dietrich

Kevin Dietrich joined Nevada Policy in 2022.

He has more than 20 years of experience in communications, including serving as the director of communications and marketing for the South Carolina Bankers Association, working as a speechwriter for South Carolina governor Mark Sanford and assisting with internal communications for CVS Caremark.

Kevin graduated from the University of Maine with a degree in Journalism and a minor in History. A fifth-generation Californian, he spent a decade as a journalist, working for newspapers in Florida, New York, New Hampshire and South Carolina.