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Report raises questions about Oceguera

CARSON CITY — North Las Vegas records show Assemblyman John Oceguera was drawing full-time pay as the city’s assistant fire chief during 2009 and 2011 when he was serving much of that time at the Legislature in Carson City, a conservative think tank reported Wednesday.

Judge meets with lawyers on Nevada redistricting plan

CARSON CITY — District Judge James Todd Russell met Wednesday with Republican and Democratic lawyers, but set no date for oral arguments on how to re­district legislative and congressional seats.

Smokers among winners at 2011 Legislature

CARSON CITY — At first glance, the 2011 Legislature did nothing to make the life of John and Jane Q. Public any worse.

Progress of Nevada’s renewable sector left uncertain after session

After a tug-of-war between green energy advocates and utility power players during the Nevada Legislature, the debate continues about whether the Silver State went forward or backward in its goal to become a renewable energy leader.

Controversial smoking, cellphone, tax bills get approval from Sandoval

Gov. Brian Sandoval put finishing touches on the 2011 legislative session Friday with a final flourish of bill signings, including putting his signature on controversial smoking, cellphone and tax bills that could come with a political price for lawmakers and the governor.

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