Gov. Steve Sisolak announced Monday a “long-term strategy for mitigating the spread of COVID-19 in Nevada through a targeted approach — all centered back to our original goal of making our response state managed and locally executed.’
Updated figures from the Department of Health and Human Services increased the case total for the state to 51,199 and pushed the death toll to 847.
President Trump charged Monday that Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak and the Democratic-controlled Legislature are “using COVID to steal the state” election.
The state Senate on Sunday introduced a bill to speed processing of unemployment claims in Nevada.
The state Senate approved a controversial election bill that will see elections conducted during a state of emergency mostly by mail, over the objections of all the chamber’s Republicans.
Though The Heights of Summerlin is licensed as a skilled care nursing home, a new report and RJ interviews with current and former staff and patients paint a different picture — both before and after the coronavirus hit.
Businesses in Clark and Washoe counties that faithfully comply with health guidelines to stop the spread of COVID-19 would be immune from legal liability from employees who get sick or are exposed to the virus under a draft bill awaiting introduction in the Legislature’s special session.
Two police reform bills, one each in the Senate and Assembly, moved forward Saturday in spite of public reaction that ranged from only tepid support to blistering opposition, mostly from progressive interests who wanted lawmakers to do more.
Lawmakers worked into early Sunday morning on competing proposals to raise the state’s mining industry taxes, with the Senate passing one measure and the Assembly passing three on mostly party line votes.
Gov. Steve Sisolak on Friday extended several COVID-19 related emergency directives that were set to expire at the end of July, including limits on the size of public gatherings and a half-capacity restriction on indoor business occupancy.