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Republicans and Democrats could scrap Nevada’s caucus system in favor of a presidential primary under a bill to be considered in the state Legislature.
The Department of Energy said Thursday its scientists are taking the final steps to modernize the W88 thermonuclear warhead for Navy Trident II ballistic missiles.
Nevada offenders on probation and parole may get another shot at showing they can stay out of trouble without being sent back to prison.
A bill requiring employers to certify they pay men and women equally to receive public contracts was going back to the drawing board after the sponsor conceded problems during a committee hearing Thursday.
About a dozen parents who support funding for Education Savings Accounts weighed in on the proposal Thursday at a round table hosted by state Treasurer Dan Schwartz.
It’s Day 18 of the 2017 Legislative Session. Lawmakers will consider bills ranging from predatory control tactics to economic development.
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 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.
The Senate committee on commerce, labor and energy heard a bill Wednesday that would put limits on how payday loans are doled out.