Nevada Assembly Republicans have 115 bills in the works this session in five priority areas they outlined for reporters Thursday.
Officials from the state Department of Conservation and Natural Resources said that the bills would add clarity to Nevada’s murky water laws and allow the state to better allocate water rights in the driest state of the nation.
A Nevada bill would allow veterans charged with violent crimes to, again, participate in a specialty treatment court.
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.
Nevada’s proposed doctor-assisted suicide law, allowing physicians to prescribe life-ending drugs to terminally ill patients, got its first legislative hearing Monday after previous defeats.
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.
A bill before the Assembly Committee on Judiciary would help enforce the state’s ban on handheld mobile phone use while driving.
Few things are as synonymous with Las Vegas and the Silver State as neon.