A bill that would make the names of marijuana business owners public in Nevada cleared the state Assembly Tuesday, and now heads to the governor’s desk where it is expected to be signed.
Some Clark County commissioners have voiced general support for considering firearm restrictions on the Las Vegas Strip if Nevada lawmakers give them the power to create stricter gun laws.
Henderson’s proposed annual budget includes money to partially pay for a Golden Knights practice arena.
A bill from state Democrats that would roll back changes made to Nevada’s prevailing wage laws by Republicans in 2015 was approved by state Assembly Tuesday on a party-line vote.
Six Democratic candidates also championed several broad policy themes central to Democrats’ challenge to President Donald Trump in 2020. They spoke at the National Forum on Wages and Working People held Saturday in Las Vegas.
Several thousand teachers and supporters rallied in front of the federal courthouse in downtown Las Vegas on Saturday, calling for action from legislators and expressing frustration and anger at the state’s inability to properly fund education — or even talk about it.
Specialty license plates are a big hit in Nevada and various charities benefit from many of the plates mounted to vehicles statewide.
Nevada Sen. Jacky Rosen was flanked by a group of local LGBTQ community activists Tuesday when she called on Congress to pass the Equality Act, which she co-sponsors.
A federal judge has agreed to expedite consideration of Nevada’s bid for an emergency order to block any further shipments of weapons-grade plutonium to the state.
Presidential candidate Andrew Yang met with members of the community on Tuesday, including parents of black Arbor View high school students targeted by racist threats on social media.