A study released Thursday by LendEDU — a marketplace for student loan refinancing — reveals that Republican and Democratic lawmakers differ significantly on issues that affect student debt.
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It’s Day 18 of the 2017 Legislative Session. Lawmakers will consider bills ranging from predatory control tactics to economic development.
A debate roared to life at a Nevada Legislature hearing over how a $3 fee earmarked for the killing of ravens, coyotes and mountain lions should be spent.
Transgender students on Wednesday lost federal protections that allowed them to use school bathrooms and locker rooms matching their gender identities, as the Trump administration stepped into a long-simmering national debate.
The Senate committee on commerce, labor and energy heard a bill Wednesday that would put limits on how payday loans are doled out.
A Senate committee approved on Wednesday a resolution ratifying the Equal Rights Amendment — decades after a deadline imposed by Congress has passed.
A bill that would significantly increase the amount of funding available to address problem gambling in Nevada saw no opposition Wednesday during a Senate committee hearing.
A Senate bill would create a state task force to study the biggest issues facing Nevada’s growing elderly population.
Nevada Treasurer Dan Schwartz, a member of Executive Branch Audit Committee, asked on Wednesday for an audit of the Governor’s Office of Economic Development.
More than 100 people pleaded with the Clark County Commission on Wednesday to block a concept plan for a proposed 5,025-home development near the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area.
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