McDonald’s employees appeared outside the Sahara fast-food location to protest for higher minimum wage.
Gov. Brian Sandoval signed a bill requiring school districts to offer dual credit courses to high school students so they can simultaneously pursue higher education degrees and certifications. He also signed a bill extending the statute of limitations, giving victims of child sexual abuse more time to sue perpetrators.
Internet providers and website operators would have to provide notices on what information they gather from Nevada consumers and how that information is shared under a bill heard Wednesday by a Senate committee.
Diabetes medication, votes for felons and Medicaid for immigrants highlight the 108th day of the Nevada Legislature.
Bill presenters Sens. Leader Aaron Ford, D-Las Vegas, and Yvanna Cancela, D-Las Vegas, claim Nevada could raise the minimum wage without hurting the economy or killing jobs.
A bill requiring new public buildings to include baby changing tables accessible to both men and women won unanimous approval Tuesday in the Nevada Senate.
The Nevada Senate gave unanimous approval Tuesday to a bill defining brain death and protocols on how it should be determined.
CARSON CITY — The Assembly Ways and Means Committee approved a bill Tuesday providing $10 million a year in tax credits to the film industry.
The Senate Finance Committee on Tuesday passed a bill that forbids firearm possession by people convicted of stalking or with extended orders of protection against them.
Nevada is one step closer to having a designated state office that combats cyber threats and breaches.