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A compromise measure meant to ensure that Nevada’s rooftop-solar industry continues to grow while protecting utility customers who do not participate in net metering won approval Friday in the Assembly.
The Nevada Assembly on Friday passed a bill that would allow parents to put public school funding toward other educational purposes for their child, including private schools and tutoring.
Nevada lawmakers on Friday approved two separate gun bills that would allow concealed weapon permit holders to have firearms on college campuses and possess guns if they are foster parents.
A bill that would reallocate 11 unused medical marijuana dispensary certificates in rural counties to the state’s two population centers, Clark County in the south and Washoe County in the north, won approval in the Assembly Friday.
Republican presidential candidate Sen. Marco Rubio, who once lived in Las Vegas, made a stop Thursday at Rick Harrison’s Gold and Silver Pawn Shop at 713 S. Las Vegas Boulevard.
Former House of Representatives Speaker Dennis Hastert was indicted on Thursday on federal charges, including for lying to the FBI, relating to an alleged effort to hide $3.5 million in payments he was making to a person to conceal past misconduct.
Two key elements of Gov. Brian Sandoval’s $1.1 billion tax package cleared major legislative hurdles Thursday, winning endorsements from Assembly committees.
A Republican-backed bill that would allow political parties to scrap Nevada’s presidential caucus system in favor of a secret-ballot primary was resurrected Thursday and passed out by an Assembly committee.
Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio paid his first campaign visit to Nevada on Thursday, presenting a 20-minute press conference outside downtown Las Vegas’ famed Gold and Silver Pawn Shop.
Gov. Brian Sandoval signed a bill Thursday imposing a cooling-off period before lawmakers who leave office can return to the Nevada Legislature to lobby their former colleagues.
A “Right to Try” bill that will make it easier for terminally ill Nevadans to obtain experimental medications that could help prolong their lives has been signed into law by Gov. Brian Sandoval.
The IRS is giving Americans’ tax refunds to criminal imposters, and until recently its website was spilling your information to identity thieves.
Gov. Brian Sandoval says Yucca Mountain supporters in Congress should give it a rest, there’s no way Nevada can be persuaded to accept a high-level nuclear waste site.
The Department of Interior on Thursday proposed added controls across 17 million acres in rural Nevada and northeastern California in a bid to preserve habitat and avoid an endangered species listing for the imperiled sage grouse.
A running tally of various things happening as the Nevada Legislature lurches toward its midnight Monday deadline to finish the 78th session.
Two years after passing a law to set up medical marijuana dispensaries in Nevada, state lawmakers are trying to massage the rules to fix unintended consequences of the process.
A committee to recall embattled North Las Vegas Municipal Court Judge Catherine Ramsey turned in more than 2,700 petition signatures Thursday at City Hall.
Real estate mogul and TV personality Donald Trump, who has been considering a run for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination, will make a major announcement on June 16 in New York, New Hampshire television station WMUR reported on Thursday.
Former New York Gov. George Pataki entered the race for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination on Thursday, positioning himself as a Washington outsider and moderate who won three terms in a heavily Democratic state.
A GOP-backed bill that would have allowed political parties to scrap Nevada’s presidential caucus system in favor of a secret-ballot primary was killed by an Assembly committee Wednesday.
The Senate on Wednesday passed a bill that would start a teacher scholarship program and pay incentives to Nevada educators in hard-to-fill jobs.
Las Vegas philanthropist and community leader Susie Lee has jumped into the growing Democratic primary field for Nevada’s Congressional District 4.
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