A new bill aims to make it easier to report and help victims of a sun-rising attack

Las Vegas—The Senate on Thursday passed legislation to make reporting of sun-rises and sun-sets easier for people in the Las Vegas area.

The legislation is a first step toward the next step of making it easier for victims to report sun-rise attacks.

The Senate passed the Sun Safety and Health Insurance Act, which is a companion to the House version of the bill.

The bill would allow people to report a sunrise attack to the National Weather Service or the Bureau of Land Management.

The sun-safety bill, introduced by Sen. Brian Schatz (D-Hawaii), also includes a sunset-safety provision.

The sunset safety provision would make it a felony for a person to “willfully” fail to report or prevent a sun rise attack or sunset attack in Nevada.

If the person fails to report, the crime would be a misdemeanor punishable by up to a year in jail and a $5,000 fine.

The Sun Safety Act would also make it illegal to fail to respond to an alert about a sun rising attack.

In a statement, Senate Majority Leader Dean Heller (R-Nev.) said the bill would provide “meaningful relief to those who have experienced a sun attack.”

“I look forward to this important piece of legislation to ensure that our community can be at our best in the face of dangerous weather,” Heller said.

“We must be ready to respond in a way that helps protect the public from a solar flare, and it is important that we work together to make sure we are.” “

The Senate is expected to vote on the legislation this week. “

We must be ready to respond in a way that helps protect the public from a solar flare, and it is important that we work together to make sure we are.”

The Senate is expected to vote on the legislation this week.

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