Assembly Bill 293 would allow each political party to have a presidential preference primary instead of a caucus. The move could reshape how Nevada voters help pick the Republican and Democratic nominees for president.
Nevada students would be required to take an ethnic and diversity studies program in high school under a measure introduced Tuesday.
The biggest debate during Tuesday’s pot extravaganza at the Nevada Legislature revolved around brownies and gummy bears.
Bills protecting domestic well owners from possible water cutoffs and authorizing the state engineer to limit how much domestic wells can pump in over-appropriated basins drew little opposition Tuesday.
There’s a compelling conservative case to be made against the death penalty, but it’s not what you think.
Speed up, slowpokes. Or better yet, get into the right lane. Assembly Bill 334 would penalize motorists who poke along in the left lane of the highway.
Fifth-graders in Mrs. KellyLynn Charles’ class at Lummis Elementary School in Las Vegas are all in on a proposal in the Legislature to give them one-year free passes to Nevada’s state parks and recreational areas.
The Nevada Senate gave unanimous support Tuesday to a bill outlawing the use of helicopters to fly hunters to remote locations to shoot big game.
Nevada counties would designate a sheriff’s office or police station as a safe zone for buyers and sellers of e-commerce to meet and complete transactions, providing a degree of safety under a bill heard Tuesday by an Assembly committee.
Nevada state Sens. Patricia Farley and Mo Denis are asking the Las Vegas City Council to delay action on an agreement with waste hauler Republic Services.