Nevada Gov.-elect Steve Sisolak on Monday named a veteran Democratic campaign strategist as his chiefof staff and announced several other key hires for his incoming administration.
Two new laws take effect in Nevada on Tuesday: the voter-approved “pink tax” exemption for feminine hygiene products and a bill from the 2017 Legislature dealing with the restoration of civil rights to some felons.
A new Congress will be sworn in this week as Democrats take control of the House of Representatives and inherit a partial government shutdown over the president’s demand for border wall funding.
Nevada two Democratic senators will eye measures in the next Congress to fill two federal judicial vacancies in the state — including one judgeship vacant for nearly three years and now considered a “judicial emergency.”
Nevada Gov.-elect Steve Sisolak married Kathy Ong on Friday at a Las Vegas church, according to a statement.
Cash payments. Drinks and airfare. Government contracts. All ingredients of a good scandal. But in the case of Nevada’s State Public Charter School Authority, there’s more behind allegations of misconduct than meets the eye.
The Nevada Supreme Court denied a request to rehear a decision that compelled the state retirement system to release the benefits of employees in a high-profile public records case that began three years ago.
The Nevada attorney general’s office has made its final argument of the year to the state’s high court in a drawn-out legal battle over prison execution drugs.
Federal employees were headed for a long government shutdown after Congress returned to the Capitol on Thursday and promptly adjourned after negotiations with the White House broke down with no clear path to resolve the impasse.
Just a month after the midterm elections, dozens of Democrats trudged across New Hampshire to celebrate, and begin laying the groundwork for the 2020 presidential race.