Nevada Senate Majority Leader Aaron Ford on Wednesday called a lawsuit accusing a fellow lawmaker of violating the state’s separation of power clause “meritless.”
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Parents who surrender their infants to emergency service providers through the Safe Haven Law would have more safeguards to protect their confidentiality, under a bill in the Nevada Legislature.
Peggy Kearns, director of the Veteran Affairs Southern Nevada Healthcare System, says her staff is cutting appointment wait times despite a fast-growing caseload.
Supporters of renewable energy rallied at both ends of the state Monday to support efforts in the Nevada Legislature this session to promote solar and other renewables as a way to help the environment, improve health and create jobs.
Heather Fisher, president of the environmental nonprofit Save Red Rock, expects hundreds of people to wear the color as a sign of protest against proposed development on Blue Diamond Hill, which lies next to the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area.
Ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment failed three times in the Nevada Legislature in the 1970s but the measure has been resurrected and was heard Monday in a Senate committee.
An aging Las Vegas neighborhood would have more protections from gaming development, under a bill in the Nevada Legislature.
Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt will speak this week at the largest U.S. gathering of conservatives — an event that has been caught up in controversy when a speaking invitation was rescinded for Milo Yiannopolous following a release of a video.
Nevada Senate Majority Leader Aaron Ford told the Review-Journal on Monday that he is filing a bill draft request to revise certain provisions to the law for the reorganization of the Clark County School District.
A high school student’s day wouldn’t start until 9 a.m. at the earliest under two bills being considered in the Nevada Assembly.