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High-stakes health-care debate hits Nevada’s Medicaid program

The state’s expansion of Medicaid in 2014 gave hundreds of thousands of low-income and disabled Nevadans medical insurance, but it also plunged the state into the center of the battle over spiraling health-care costs.

Law firm has been big donor to Clark County commissioners

The attorney and law firm that received a retainer worth up to $500,000 from Clark County commissioners last month have donated thousands to the election campaigns of those same officials, state records show.

 
‘Reorganized’ Clark County schools prepare for new year

When the Clark County School District welcomes students back on Aug. 14, some parents will see few differences. But behind the scenes, the nation’s fifth-largest school district will have undergone some very dramatic changes.

Unpacking the reorg: Q&A on parents’ most pressing questions

We asked for your most-pressing questions on the Clark County School District’s reorganization and you responded. Here are answers to some of the most common ones we received.

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