A different kind of private school is looking to come to Las Vegas. If your family makes too much money, your children won’t be accepted.
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Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt told a national gathering of conservatives Friday that protecting private property rights from government is an American principle that is under siege.
Six years ago, the crowd was less than adoring, occasionally laughing at and booing the longtime former Democrat. Today, the intro music is more likely to be “Hail to the Chief” when President Donald Trump takes the stage Friday at the Conservative Political Action Conference. The audience will have changed its tune, too.
It’s the third Friday of the 2017 Legislative Session, and lawmakers are, once again, heading out early. There’s still plenty happening on Day 19.
White House chief of staff Reince Priebus asked a top FBI official to dispute media reports that President Donald Trump’s campaign advisers were frequently in touch with Russian intelligence agents during the election, a White House official said late Thursday.
Planned Parenthood and affiliated groups met in a town hall-style event Thursday night at the Clark County Library in protest of U.S. Sen. Dean Heller’s policies and his support of President Donald Trump.
U.S Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto said Thursday in Las Vegas that any push to revive the Yucca Mountain Project would be a “waste of time” and taxpayer money.
Victims who were sexually abused as children may get more time to sue their perpetrators.
State Sen. Heidi Gansert said a lawsuit is “meritless” in its claim that she is violating Nevada’s separation-of-powers clause by working for a university and serving as a state legislator.
Nevada and other states with legalized recreational marijuana should expect “greater enforcement” of the federal law that criminalizes the drug, White House press secretary Sean Spicer said.