President’s vow to “greatly strengthen and expand” U.S. nuclear capability stirs speculation that nearly 25-year moratorium may draw to a close.
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It’s been a rough month for Nevada’s medical marijuana program. After taking the site down for cybersecurity risks for twice since Dec. 8, state officials on Thursday restored the medical marijuana portal.
A review of a privately operated foster care agency in Las Vegas released to state lawmakers on Wednesday found that the business needs to make “substantial improvements” to ensure the safety of children in its care.
Supporters of the state’s Education Savings Account program were buoyed by Gov. Brian Sandoval’s proposal to fund the controversial law with $60 million for the next two years. But the next step might prove difficult.
The state Department of Health and Human Services overpaid between $3.5 million and $4.3 million to providers to individuals with intellectual disabilities, a state audit has found.
Local education officials are still vowing to push for a fully weighted student funding formula from the state, despite an additional $107 million that Gov. Brian Sandoval’s budget proposal would include for certain student categories.
U.S. Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto said Wednesday she will oppose President-elect Donald Trump’s designee to head the Department of Education because of a lack of experience.
The number of House Democrats who’ve said they will boycott the inauguration approached 60 Wednesday afternoon. More than one in four of House Democrats plans to skip the event.
Free community college might be on the horizon for Nevada students as Sen. Mo Denis, D-Las Vegas, plans to submit a bill draft request patterned after the Tennessee Promise Program.
An audit of Nevada’s more than $160 million a year class size reduction program in public schools showed the funds were used appropriately to reach targeted pupil-teacher ratios.