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Proposed bill would limit federal land control

The ongoing debate over federal control of lands in Nevada will heat up again this week with a hearing on a bill proposed by Assemblywoman Michele Fiore that would prohibit the federal government from owning or managing any lands that it has not acquired with the consent of the Legislature.


Izzo continues to be money in March

It’s not a miracle, because anything Tom Izzo does in March is believable. It’s not really an underdog story, either, because Michigan State was the favorite in its past two games.



11 money experts on the best thing they ever bought for $10

A $10 bill l won’t get you far these days — in most cities, it won’t even cover the cost of a movie ticket. Still, there are some smart purchases you can make for 10 bucks that have far more value than the number on the price tag. We asked 11 money experts to share the best thing they ever bought for $10 or less.

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EDITORIAL: March Madness means money

March Madness isn’t contained to your TV set. As it does every year in Las Vegas, the NCAA Tournament has taken over the town, with thousands of tourists flooding sports books and plopping down basketfuls of their hard-earned cash on their favorite teams.

Governors forget spending lessons

To pitch his plan for a modified version of the margins tax before the Nevada Legislature, Gov. Brian Sandoval invited former governors Robert List, Richard Bryan and Bob Miller to sit before the Senate and Assembly Taxation Committees, meeting jointly.


Creating a bedtime ritual aids sleep

Drugs are not the best place to begin for people having problems sleeping, says Dr. Mitchell Forman, dean of Touro University Nevada College of Osteopathic Medicine. Your approach to bedtime may be the problem.

Health rankings help public health officials form plan

The health rankings released this week showing how Clark County compares with the rest of the state make up only a small part of the picture as public health officials gather data for the ongoing community health assessment.