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Nevada limits access to employee’s social media accounts, credit reports

New social media and personal credit privacy laws have been enacted recently in a number of states around the country — including Nevada — could present problems for businesses, according to a Las Vegas-based labor and employment attorney.

Wynn tells legislators: Nevada’s gaming industry not healthy

Gaming magnate Steve Wynn met behind closed doors with the governor and legislative leaders Wednesday, proclaiming in a brief interview that the gaming industry is not in a “healthy” condition and future growth will be in places other than Nevada.

Equity betting bill clears Nevada Senate

A bill that would allow private equity groups to place large bets at Nevada sports books saw near unanimous support Tuesday in the Senate.

Document details costs of UNLV’s domed stadium plan

The estimated cost for UNLV’s proposed domed, 60,000-seat stadium is $548.4 million — the biggest chunk of the university’s $900 million stadium project, the Review-Journal has learned.

Nevada legislative panel considers study of tax on services

Nevada’s largest revenue source is losing ground because of a changing economy that has shifted from consumption of goods to consumption of services, an economist told a legislative panel on Thursday.

Bill protects employees’ personal online data

CARSON CITY — Members of the Nevada Assembly heard the case Friday for barring employers from requesting private access to most current and prospective employees’ online accounts and credit history reports.

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