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In Nevada, NRS 293.127565 requires the managers of all public buildings except public elementary and secondary schools to designate an area where petition signatures may be gathered. At Boulder City Library, board policy restricts petitions to the library's Nevada Room. The rationale is that daytime temps can be very hot in the summer, so the board wants petitioners inside, enjoying the AC. The Nevada Room is also an area which can be closed off, so the inevitable political discussions which accompany petition-signing can be had without disturbing other library patrons.

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