State revenue took a major hit because of business shutdowns ordered by the government in the wake of the coronavirus; now, Nevada lawmakers have to figure out what to do.
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By Colton Lochhead / RJ
A pair of tax proposals from the Clark County teachers union that would raise more than $1 billion per year for Nevada schools will head to the Legislature next year.
By Richard N. Velotta / RJ
New cashless gaming rules and regulations could go a long way toward keeping customers coming to the state for their casino fun.
By Colton Lochhead and Bill Dentzer / RJ
After coming just 24 votes shy of the mark in 2018, the possibility of a Democratic supermajority in the Nevada Legislature once again looms large down the ticket in the races for state Senate and Assembly.
By Zeke Miller and Colleen Long The Associated Press
President Donald Trump is for the first time floating a “delay” to the Nov. 3 presidential election, as he makes unsubstantiated allegations that increased mail-in voting will result in fraud.
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