Senate Democrats have not endorsed a conceptual tax blueprint presented this week by Sen. Pat Spearman that calls for eliminating Nevada’s modified business tax.
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Legislative Democratic leaders Monday announced plans to introduce a bill requiring equal pay for equal work in Nevada.
Latino voter turnout fell in 2014 below both 2012 and 2010, accounting in part for the drop in Democratic votes and the rising Republican wave that gave the GOP control of the U.S. Senate and both houses of the Nevada Legislature.
A bill seeking to change the public employees retirement system for future hires by switching to a mostly defined-contribution plan was introduced Monday in the Assembly.
After a week away, Steve catches up on some news that broke while he was on staycation.
Local governments want to limit presumed benefits for public safety workers who develop heart or lung disease, cancer or hepatitis, but police, fire and other labor organizations Monday denounced cost concerns as unfounded.
The U.S. Justice Department on Monday formally requested an emergency stay to put on hold a Texas judge’s decision that temporarily blocked President Barack Obama’s executive actions on immigration from taking effect.
The legacy of one of Nevada’s early leaders is under fire in one of the more upscale neighborhoods of the nation’s capital.
Nevada Attorney General Adam Paul Laxalt, on the job less than two months, is getting some national exposure this week.
Not even a year on the job and North Las Vegas’ director of neighborhood and leisure services has decided to call it quits.
Bill O’Reilly’s account of a 1982 riot in Argentina is being sharply contradicted by seven other journalists who were his colleagues and were also there at the time.
A flurry of firearm and Second Amendment related bills introduced in the Legislature have already generated plenty of controversy even though none of the major proposals have even had hearings yet.
Forty-six years ago in Vietnam, Steve Lowery risked his life in a battle for Hill 1308. Now the decorated Marine veteran is fighting his way up a paperwork mountain that the Department of Veterans Affairs has created.
A federal court on Friday temporarily halted the Obama administration policy of detaining mothers and children seeking asylum in the United States.
A Republican-backed bill overhauling Nevada’s construction defect law, the first in a long line of GOP priorities for the 2015 session, cleared its final legislative hurdle Friday in the state Senate.
Nevada is poised to “take off” as a major player in the aviation industry and could reap near immediate economic benefits by enacting aviation tax abatements, a transportation economist told state legislators Thursday.
The city of Henderson has revoked a policy that said employees could be fired for talking to the media.
Officials at Coral Academy of Science, a charter school with three campuses, want to open its fourth in a long-vacant Henderson shopping center, but more than 600 residents of Sun City MacDonald Ranch have signed a petition to oppose it.
Rudy Giuliani said Wednesday night he doesn’t believe President Barack Obama “loves America,” according to a report.
The third bill of the Nevada legislative session dealing with collective bargaining was introduced Thursday in the Assembly.
Jim Marchant wants Assembly Speaker John Hambrick’s job. The owner of a Las Vegas water and ice vending business said Thursday that hopes to run against the Republican Las Vegas assemblyman in a potential recall election.
President Barack Obama on Thursday urged countries to tackle violent Islamist militancy around the world and rejected as “an ugly lie” suggestions that the West was at war with Islam.
A centerpiece of Gov. Brian Sandoval’s plan to give parents more choice in where their children attend school generated emotional testimony at an Assembly Education Committee hearing Wednesday.