Health benefits, child care and potential vetoes highlight the 115th day of the Nevada Legislature.
Republican leaders left a closed-door negotiation session on Monday morning optimistic about a compromise on Education Savings Accounts.
The end of the 2017 legislative is rapidly approaching, and much work remains.
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.