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Berkley a lonely voice on tax cut bill

WASHINGTON — When House Democrats met behind closed doors on Thursday and took a voice vote on President Barack Obama’s tax deal, it was decidedly lopsided against the agreement.

Bryan to lead lobbying team for higher education

CARSON CITY — Former Gov. and U.S. Sen. Richard Bryan has agreed to chair a team of six lobbyists who will work for free in representing the Nevada System of Higher Education at the 2011 Legislature.

City dedicates first of three solar carports

Las Vegas dedicated the first of three planned solar panel carports Thursday, but patriotism almost got the event canceled before it started. Mayor Oscar Goodman noted that a sample solar module on display was assembled in Mexico.

Online poker bill’s hand gets weaker

WASHINGTON — Advocates for online poker were increasingly pessimistic Thursday about the prospects for passing legislation this year that would make the game legal, according to Capitol Hill and industry officials.

Motorcycle club members arrested in Arizona

KINGMAN, Ariz.– Eight Vagos motorcycle club members were arrested early Wednesday during a law enforcement sweep in western Arizona.

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