Uber is so popular the taxi industry has turned to a last-minute legislative Hail Mary to try and push rideshare companies out of Nevada.
Here are three things to watch on day 113 of the 2017 legislative session.
If you have a superior product, you don’t need a government mandate.
The bill to make public information secret has a secret of its own.
Marijuana tax, collective bargaining and a deadline day mark the 110th day of the Nevada Legislature.
The Clark County School District’s response — or lack thereof — to instances of teachers’ sexual misconduct involving students is stunning.
Annual sessions, property taxes and gender identity training mark day 109 of the Nevada Legislature.
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.
Fracking bans, Victory schools and driver authorization cards are on the docket for the 107th day of the Nevada Legislature.