The Health and Human Services Committee (known as the Health and Education Committee before the creation of the Education Committee in the 2011 session) is a standing committee of the Nevada State Senate.
Per Senate Rules 6 and 40, standing committees of the Nevada State Senate are appointed by the Majority Leader (with input on minority membership from the minority caucus) following the appointment of standing committees in the Nevada State Assembly at the beginning of a regular legislative session, and interim committees may be appointed by the Majority Leader when needed. In the event of incapacitation, a committee chair or member may be temporarily replaced with a member of the same party by the Majority Leader.
See rules: Senate Standing Rules
||Health and Human Services, five members, with jurisdiction over measures primarily
affecting titles 38 and 39 of NRS, and chapters 439-444 (NRS 444.003-444.430), 446-458A, 460
and 583-585 of NRS, except measures affecting primarily state and local revenue.
||The several committees shall acquaint themselves with the interests of the State specially
represented by the committee and shall present such bills and reports as in their judgment will
advance the interests and promote the welfare of the people of the State.
The following table describes committee membership at the beginning of the 2013 legislative session.
- ↑ Nevada Legislature, "Senate Standing Rules," accessed February 5, 2014 Rules 6(4)(c), 40
- ↑ Nevada Legislature, "2013 Legislative Manual," accessed February 4, 2014 pp. 148, 153
- ↑ Nevada Legislature, "Senate Standing Rules," accessed February 5, 2014 Rule 41
- ↑ Nevada Legislature, "Senate Standing Rules," accessed February 4, 2014 Rule 40(1)(e)
- ↑ 5.0 5.1 Note: This text is quoted verbatim from the original source. Any inconsistencies are attributed to the original source.
- ↑ Nevada Legislature, "Senate Standing Rules," accessed February 4, 2014 Rule 43