Nevada lawmakers and election officials got a sneak peek at a new generation of voting machines last week as the state eyes replacing its aging fleet of ballot counting apparatus.
“The hope is that not only would they want to come in, but that they would look at adjoining health areas and begin a road to rehab,” Goodman said. “That’s what we’re driving toward.”
State task force on pot and County Commission are both scheduled to hear proposals for possible home delivery of cannabis products.
Right up to the final days and into the eve of the 100 day milestone, which he has both hailed and scorned, President Donald Trump governed and sought to implement his agenda with a showman’s talent and an uncanny ability to defy expectations.
Some of members of the Nevada Assembly wore cowboy hats in honor of former Assemblyman John Carpenter on Friday.
Gov. Brian Sandoval made it clear to the Trump administration that Nevada will fight any attempts to open the Yucca Mountain nuclear waste repository and will proceed with retail sales of recreational marijuana.
A trial attorney who ran for Congress last year announced he will run for U.S. Senate in Nevada next year.
Nevada lawmakers recognized the importance of adoption on Friday — with help from a 16-year-old Reno internet sensation.
President Donald Trump’s tax reform proposal calls for tax cuts across the board, but would also eliminate a deduction that could ding Silver State pocketbooks.
Trump administration support for congressional efforts to revive the mothballed Yucca Mountain repository as the nation’s permanent nuclear waste site poses problems for Nevada officials who have pledged to stop development.