On June 3, 2019, Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak signed legislation (A.B. 226) making it unlawful for any of the following entities or persons to require another to undergo the implantation of a microchip or other permanent identification marker of any kind:
A microchip is a device that is subcutaneously implanted in a person and that is passively or actively capable of transmitting personal information to another device using radio frequency technology. It does not include a device that is implanted in a person if the device:
Violations are a category C felony. However, a person may voluntarily (without incentive or other inducement) elect to undergo the implantation of a microchip or other permanent identification marker of any kind.
The law is effective October 1, 2019
Read NV A.B. 226