Riding a bicycle or roller skating around the park without a helmet? That would be a $15 fine under a law proposed in the Nevada Legislature.
A rewrite of Nevada abortion law that would repeal existing parental notification requirements for minors, revise informed consent requirements and do away with certain criminal penalties was introduced in the Senate Monday.
Nevada legislators heard introductions for three bills in the Assembly and Senate health committees Monday, including one that would appropriate $15 million to general public health needs.
With last week’s passage and signing of a bill setting up background checks on private firearms sales, Nevada becomes the 21st state, along with the District of Columbia, to have such a law on its books.
Nevada has joined onto a lawsuit challenging President Donald Trump’s move to declare a national emergency to fund a border wall he has promised to build dating back to his presidential campaign, the attorney general’s office announced Monday.
A bill sponsored by Sen. Ben Kieckhefer, R-Reno, would allow districts to reduce the amount allocated toward materials if they are able to find instructional resources free of charge — known as Open Educational Resources, or OERs.
Nevada Senate Bill 173 expands the list of expungeable offenses and makes it easier for petitioners to remove convictions from multiple jurisdictions all at once.
It’s time to change Nevada’s formula for public education spending and increase the budget, advocates say at rallies in Las Vegas and Carson City as they aim to capitalize on a Democratic-controlled state Legislature.
For all the flare that the second week of the Nevada Legislature brought, the third week appears primed for a more traditional tone.