A proposed Nevada law that would let police electronically scan a driver’s mobile phone after a crash is pitting proponents of tougher distracted-driving penalties against privacy and constitutional rights watchdogs.
Clark, Washoe and Elko counties asked state lawmakers Wednesday to approve the addition of a combined nine new judges in their district courts.
A Northern Nevada lawmaker wants to make sure that homeowner associations in the state can’t completely restrict residents from owning a dog, cat or even a goldfish.
Lawmakers are hoping a new bill will alleviate some confusion caused by a 2017 law that requires school volunteers to be fingerprinted and get background checks.
Few things are as synonymous with Las Vegas and the Silver State as neon.
Monday is the 22nd day of the Nevada Legislature’s 2019 session — there are 98 to go. It’s another deadline day for new legislation so both chambers should see a healthy number of new bills hit the floor.
A Nevada bill stands to strengthen stipulated plea deals and eliminate any surprises for defendants should a judge decide to deviate from agreed-upon sentences.
Assembly Bill 226, sponsored by Assemblyman Skip Daly, D-Reno, would prohibit requiring a person to have a microchip or other permanent identification marker implanted inside of them.
Assembly Bill 121 aims to codify in statute practices already followed by lawmakers pursuant to recommendations issued by the Legislative Counsel Bureau.
The push to change the way Nevada employers handle the drug and prospective employees was met with significant resistance from the business community.