Important Information on AB 172 and AB 142
Author: Bill Stieren, President
Head: Republican Club
Word Count: 447
REPUBLICAN CLUB Sun City Anthem
The Republican Club meets on the second Saturday of each month at 10:00 a.m. in the Morris/Nelson Room in Independence Center. All residents of Sun City Anthem are invited to attend and will enjoy a friendly welcome. We proudly embrace all colors, cultures, nationalities and religions. We do more than just talk we have networks of influence in local, city, county, state, and national matters.
2023 Promises an Emphasis on Influence and Action!
Elected Representatives Will Hear Our Voices
Beware the Nevada Legislature is in session. As of this writing there are many bills in play. Here is a couple that may be of interest to you.
AB172 is One, that might interest you. It provides that minors can get certain health services without the parents’ consent or knowledge. You can read the text that is available here” SB172 Text (state.nv.us)” Let your voice be heard here” Senate Judiciary (JUD) Overview (state.nv.us)
“A minor may give express consent ……………… (for)
services for the prevention of sexually transmitted diseases, including ……………. the issuance of a prescription for, the dispensing of or the administration of a contraceptive drug or device, without the consent or notification of the parent, parents or legal guardian
of the minor.”
AB142 is Another, enacts “Homeless Persons’ Bill of Rights”. Creates many rights including:
“Use and move freely in or on public places, including, without limitation, public sidewalks, government buildings, public parks and public transportation vehicles.” And
A person experiencing homelessness may bring a civil action in a court of competent jurisdiction for a violation …… of this act to seek any or all of the following relief:
1. Declaratory and injunctive relief.
2. Actual damages.
3. Reasonable attorney’s fees.
4. Any other legal or equitable relief that the court deems
It has been suggested that “public places” includes any business open to the public. Thus a “homeless” can enter but the business cannot have the “homeless” leave the property. If done an attorney can sue on behalf of the “homeless” and collect $ for the “homeless” and $ fee for him/herself. Check it out SB142 Text (state.nv.us
If you are not a member, join. Dues for 2023 are $15 per person. 2023 dues can be paid at any meeting. Dues can also be deposited in our club mailbox slot across from the Anthem Fitness center desk. Make your check payable to “Sun City Anthem Republican Club”. Thanks to all our members for the support that allows the club to participate and have a voice about the issues that are important to all Americans.
Please contact RCSCA President Bill Stieren at firstname.lastname@example.org or 702-707-9998, for information about RCSCA. Visit our website at http://www.republican.scaclub.org for the latest Republican Club information.
The core Republican principles are constitutionally limited government, fiscal discipline, individual freedom and responsibility, free markets and economic freedom, and the preservation of our national military and moral strength.