Potential GOP presidential candidate and former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee said Saturday he was pleased with the announcement from U.S. Sen. Harry Reid that the Nevada Democrat will not run for another term.
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A bill that would enable ride-hailing apps like Uber to operate legally in the state was introduced Monday in the state Senate.
Federal agencies would be prohibited from enforcing state laws on state lands without permission from the county sheriff under a bill heard Monday by the Assembly Judiciary Committee.
Sen. Ted Cruz, the conservative firebrand from Texas, on Monday became the first Republican to announce his campaign for the presidency.
Nevada Senate Majority Leader Michael Roberson warned lawmakers to prepare for more late nights this week as the Senate continues its dive into the details of Gov. Brian Sandoval’s business license fee proposal.
Texas Senator Ted Cruz became the first major figure from either party to announce a bid for the 2015 U.S. presidential election race.
More Nevada companies would be subject to a payroll tax and an annual business license fee would increase for most industries in a “hybrid tax plan” two GOP leaders will introduce Monday in the Legislature, according to a Republican familiar with a draft.
Nevada should open an “honest discussion” with the federal government over burying nuclear waste at Yucca Mountain to determine if citizens might want it and what benefits the state might obtain for hosting it, according to U.S. Rep. Cresent Hardy, R-Nev.
The failed downtown soccer stadium project was very much on the minds of Las Vegans Saturday, the first day of early voting.
The proposal to use tax funds to build a $200 million, 24,000-seat downtown soccer stadium might be dead, but the battle goes on in the Las Vegas mayoral race between front-runners Stavros Anthony and Carolyn Goodman.
Nevada Democratic Party Chairwoman Roberta Lange was re-elected Saturday. She vowed to lead a drive to return U.S. Sen. Harry Reid to Washington, put another Democrat in the White House and regain control of the Nevada Legislature.
Presidential campaign teams are stepping up the pace in Nevada as the early primary state’s political operatives are in high demand on both the Republican and Democratic sides.
A new report is giving Nevada a high-five for improving online transparency of government spending.
Municipal election candidates’ window of opportunity to convince voters that they’re the best candidate will start narrowing Saturday when early voting kicks off for Henderson and Las Vegas.
Republicans blindsided Democrats on a Nevada Senate committee Friday when they amended an overtime bill to raise Nevada’s minimum wage to $9 an hour, which would be a 75-cent increase for workers who do not receive employer-paid insurance.
Schock in recent days announced plans to resign, citing controversy surrounding allegations that he improperly accounted for travel and other contributions from donors and mileage reimbursements for a personal car he purchased with campaign funds.
State senators raised questions Thursday over Gov. Brian Sandoval’s plan to raise business license fees to fund education, with critics saying the increases would hit small businesses hard.
It is said that the average person has a better chance of being struck by lightning than winning the lottery, but that’s nothing compared to Assemblyman Harvey Munford’s quest to get a proposal through the Legislature to allow a lottery to operate in Nevada.
If money is any guide — and in politics, it usually is — the race for a west-side City Council seat has turned into Henderson’s most competitive campaign this year. But the city’s two other incumbent council members also face challengers as early voting is set to begin Saturday.
The U.S. Federal Election Commission (FEC) said on Thursday that Republican Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky has not filed official paperwork to become a candidate for U.S. president in 2016.
Democratic support for Hillary Clinton’s expected presidential campaign is softening amid controversy over her use of personal email when secretary of state, but most Democrats are for now sticking by their party’s presumed candidate.
The president whose major policy achievement is mandatory health insurance thinks maybe voting should be mandatory, too.
Surveillance video of two U.S. Secret Service agents drunk driving at the White House may have been erased as part of the agency’s policy of deleting recordings every 72 hours, CNN reported on Thursday.