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1. The Sunset Subcommittee of the Legislative Commission shall conduct a review of each board and commission in this State which is not provided for in the Nevada Constitution or established by an executive order of the Governor to determine whether the board or commission should be terminated, modified, consolidated with another board or commission or continued. Such a review must include, without limitation:
(a) An evaluation of the major policies and programs of the board or commission, including, without limitation, an examination of other programs or services offered in this State to determine if any other provided programs or services duplicate those offered by the board or commission;
(b) Any recommendations for improvements in the policies and programs offered by the board or commission; and
(c) A determination of whether any statutory tax exemptions, abatements or money set aside to be provided to the board or commission should be terminated, modified or continued.
2. The Sunset Subcommittee shall review not less than 10 boards and commissions specified in subsection 1 each legislative interim.
3. Any action taken by the Sunset Subcommittee concerning a board or commission pursuant to NRS 232B.210 to 232B.250, inclusive, is in addition or supplemental to any action taken by the Legislative Commission pursuant to NRS 232B.010 to 232B.100, inclusive.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Nevada Revised Statutes Title 18. State Executive Department § 232B.220. Review of certain boards and commissions - last updated January 01, 2020 | https://codes.findlaw.com/nv/title-18-state-executive-department/nv-rev-st-232b-220/
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