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Las Vegas officials are considering cracking down on olfactory offenses and setting city standards to measure odors, curtail nuisance smells and identify those being emitted from potentially harmful substances.
President Donald Trump told the nation’s governors Monday that “nobody knew health care could be so complicated” as Republicans in Congress and the administration continued to grapple with repeal and replacement of the Affordable Care Act.
A bill introduced Monday in the Nevada Senate would prohibit state and local law agencies from conducting immigration enforcement operations.
A student who can show mastery of a lower-level subject — like, say, Algebra 1 — through a test or other assessment could advance to the next level under a “competency-based education” pilot program introduced Monday in a Nevada Assembly education committee.
Nearby public schools would be required to provide a safe space for charter schools evacuating campus in an emergency situation under a proposal presented to the Nevada Assembly education committee.
A Nevada senator thinks it’s time the state fights its fat problem.
The next generation of Nevada infants may have state lawmakers to thank for increased access to their mother’s milk.
Older inmates convicted of nonviolent offenses could be released on parole if they meet certain criteria under a bill considered Monday by the Senate Committee on Judiciary.
Bills that would expand privacy protections for judges and other specified public employee groups were endorsed Monday in a Senate hearing.
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