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Reason for the nomination: Completely invalid template per Harvard library. Nevada documents are copyrightable by statute.
|This work was created by a government unit (including state, county, and municipal government agencies) of the State of Nevada and is subject to disclosure under the Nevada Public Records Act (Nevada Revised Statutes Chapter 239 et seq.). It is a public record which state law has allowed an agency to withhold from the public and is therefore either in the public domain in the United States or may be used unrestricted for the public pursuant to Nevada law.
Pursuant to the Nevada Public Records Act (Nevada Revised Statutes Chapter 239 et seq.) "Public records" include "all public books and public records of a government entity, the contents of which are not otherwise declared by law to be confidential." (NRS 239.010) continuing with "...unless otherwise declared by law to be confidential, all public books and public records of a governmental entity must be open at all times during office hours to inspection by any person, and may be fully copied or an abstract or memorandum may be prepared from those public books and public records." Nevada Revised Statutes 294.010 lists categories of documents not subject to disclosure under the Public Records Act.
Nevada's Public Records Act and its statutes do not permit any agency to withhold or restrict the usage of any record copyrighted by the government solely based on the fact that such record is copyrighted (NRS 294.010). any agency is presumably to be permitted to claim copyright and any works of government agencies organized under Nevada law should be assumed to be copyrighted without clear evidence to the contrary, but such copyrighted item may be used as long as such item is attributed to its original creator or copyright holder.