The Nevada legislature passed Assembly Bill 486 which requires that a municipality considering a new ordinance, or amending an old ordinance, which is likely to impose a direct and significant economic burden on a business, to perform an analysis of the impact and prepare for the record a business impact statement.
The analysis requires, in part, sending copies of the proposed ordinance amendment to specifically affected businesses, to trade unions, to the Chamber of Commerce, in such a way as to give notice to the businesses that might be affected.
It would be unusual for a new ordinance or an amendment to an ordinance to not have some impact. The analysis determines whether the impact is "direct and significant," and creates an "economic burden."
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