Landlords opposed a bill that would automatically seal eviction records for nonpayment of rent during the ongoing pandemic and require landlords to give some tenants longer notice for a no-cause eviction.
Democratic state lawmakers will propose using federal pandemic stimulus to bolster summer school programs to help students recover from a year of learning lost to pandemic restrictions.
Time spent on house arrest could count as time served toward inmates’ sentences under a bill before the Legislature for the second session in a row.
After years of debate and legislative failure, Nevada soon could legalize marijuana lounges, providing tourists and locals alike a place to use the drug outside of private residences.
As more legislative staff get COVID-19 vaccinations, lawmakers could allow more people in the legislative building in Carson City starting in April.
Gov. Steve Sisolak on Friday backed a bill to allow technology companies to create a new form of local government within Nevada, saying that it would lead to “massive economic investment.”
Hiking up prices on toilet paper, food and other goods during an emergency like the COVID-19 pandemic would be illegal under a bill heard in the Nevada Legislature on Wednesday.
Nevada’s state Senate took a step toward ensuring stargazers will continue to enjoy picture-perfect constellations on Monday, passing a bill to recognize “dark sky places” with unobstructed views of galaxies hundreds of thousands of light years away.
The legislation comes amid concerns of a potential torrent of evictions in Nevada caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
State Sen. Ben Kieckhefer envisions a “light touch” state oversight group akin to the Nevada Athletic Commission, which regulates combat sports such as mixed martial arts and boxing through licensure and sanctions.
A group of Nevada lobbyists alleges that pandemic restrictions on the 2021 legislative session amount to constitutional violations.
The proposed legislation put forward by the attorney general’s office was reviewed in a Senate committee Wednesday.
Nevada Democrats on Monday unveiled a bill that would kill the state’s presidential caucuses in favor of a primary system.