Gov. Brian Sandoval signed 33 bills into law and vetoed two bills on Monday, approving measures aimed at boosting school safety and creating a new state park.
One of the most costly and critical aspects of the Clark County School District’s reorganization now has funding — but won’t roll out until well beyond an August deadline for the overhaul.
Nevada Republicans are split over who is to blame for the failure to fund the state’s dormant education savings accounts.
Making bold predictions about the Nevada Legislature is as risky as any casino wager — there are no locks. Here’s a look back at the picks I got right and the predictions I’d rather have back.
For months, lawmakers engaged in a political battle that came down to the final hours of the Nevada Legislature.
Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval on Friday signed a bill increasing the cost-of-living raises for state workers to 3 percent per year from 2 percent.
Nevada Legislators passed a comprehensive law to mandate the testing and tracking of sexual assault forensic examination kits, but questions remain about the law signed by the governor Thursday.
Gov. Brian Sandoval signed 71 bills into law late Thursday and vetoed seven others, including measures to raise the minimum wage, ban the use of private prisons, and protect patients from “surprise” emergency hospital billings.
Surprise donation, announced hours after the Nevada Legislature approved another $25 million in need of matching funds, unleashed speculation about the identity of the deep-pocketed contributor with an aversion to publicity
I’d like to take credit for writing a killer column on the topic, but the credit for killing one bad bill belongs to Senate Minority Leader Michael Roberson.
Gov. Brian Sandoval vetoed an apprenticeship bill and signed a dozen other bills into law Tuesday, the day after the Legislature adjourned the 120-day session.
Despite a call to replace the late Sen. Pat McCarran’s name and likeness at the Las Vegas airport and in the Statuary Hall in Congress, the Nevada Legislature took a pass on the issue this session.
If you want to convince people that government should have less power, just bring them to the Nevada Legislative Building during the final hours of a session.
Senate Bill 376, a measure dealing with estates and heir finders, morphed into a bill addressing confidentiality of data and information provided by gaming applicants and licensees to state regulatory agencies.
U.S. solar companies Tesla Inc. and Sunrun Inc. say they will resume selling rooftop panels in Nevada because legislators passed a bill reinstating a policy the state had abandoned 18 months ago.