New tax revenue projections and federal aid to the state have left Nevada lawmakers in a far better position than they anticipated when the 2021 Legislature began in February.
One signature bill died and the ghost of another sprung back to life this week as the state Legislature moves into its final month of session.
Lawmakers in Carson City will be working hard to meet an April 9 deadline for bills to pass out of committee or be considered dead for the rest of the session.
Assemblywoman Sarah Peters, D-Reno, came out as pansexual in a speech on the Assembly floor, something she says she did to support the LGBTQ community in Nevada.
The leader of the Assembly Democrats on Friday unveiled a proposal that could see college athletes in Nevada earning pay and signing endorsement deals.
As more legislative staff get COVID-19 vaccinations, lawmakers could allow more people in the legislative building in Carson City starting in April.