Nevada Supreme Court Justice James Hardesty stood proudly outside the 26,600-square-foot marble structure at Clark Avenue and Fourth Street on Friday, pointing to the county, state and court seals etched around the top.
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CARSON CITY — Senate Democrats will not consider a Republican bill to resurrect education savings accounts, Majority Leader Aaron Ford told reporters Friday.
Assemblyman Jim Wheeler indicated Friday he is not ready to file an ethics complaint against his colleague in the Nevada Legislature, Assemblywoman Shannon Bilbray-Axelrod.
In a bill spanning nearly 300 pages, a Nevada Assemblyman this week laid out his plans for giving community colleges a greater voice.
It’s a race between the governor’s office and the Nevada Legislature. The finish line? Seeing whose legislation can kick-start Nevada’s recreational marijuana program first.
The demise of the bill is a stinging defeat for President Donald Trump and House Speaker Paul Ryan, but both say they’re not done trying to replace “Obamacare.”
Henderson Councilwoman Debra March faces her biggest political battle in a mayoral race that includes six other candidates.
Roberson, the majority leader in 2015, said Friday he has “no expectations” that his bills will be heard. Except for Senate Bill 334, which addresses misconduct by dentists, not one of his new measures has been scheduled for a hearing.
Students interested in getting a hands-on look at how laws are made — and take a stab at creating their own — have until March 31 to apply for next session’s Nevada Youth Legislature.
Community gardens could sprout in blighted urban areas under a bill introduced Friday in the Nevada Senate.
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