COMPLAINT FOR DECLARATORY AND INJUNCTIVE RELIEF
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Petitioner repeats and realleges each and every allegation contained withinparagraphs 1 through 8 as though fully incorporated herein.10.
On April 16, 2008, the 76th Session of the Senate convened, pursuant toArticle I, section 1(c) of the ASUN Constitution.11.
During that meeting, Respondent Acosta was elected Speaker of the Senateand Respondent Gunn was elected Secretary of the Senate.12.
On April 16, 2008, at or about 6:00 p.m., Eli Reilly was sworn in as Presidentof the Associated Students for his first term as President.13.
At a time subsequent to being sworn in, the President submitted his proposedbudget, in compliance with his obligations under the Constitution (“The President shallsubmit a proposed budget to the Senate” (ASUN Const., Article III, section 2(e)).).14.
Thereafter, on May 2, 2008, the Senate began consideration of the President’sproposed budget through its Budget and Finance Committee. The minutes of the Committeeof that date show that no action was taken on the budget.
The Committee met on May 14, 2008, to continue consideration of the budget,according to the agenda of the meeting. There is no audio record or minutes posted on theWeb site of the Associated Students for that meeting as of the time of filing of this complaint.
The Senate’s agenda for May 30, 2008, shows that “S.B. 76-3: Budget of theAssociated Students in Schedule A for the 2008-09 fiscal year” was up for first reading.Given that evidence, the budget was presumably reported from the Budget and FinanceCommittee at its May 14 meeting.17.
The provisions of the Nevada Open Meeting Law (Chapter 241 of NRS) andthe Nevada Public Records Act (Chapter 239 of NRS) are actionable in the Judicial Council