The Nevada Senate gave unanimous support Tuesday to a bill outlawing the use of helicopters to fly hunters to remote locations to shoot big game.
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Nevada counties would designate a sheriff’s office or police station as a safe zone for buyers and sellers of e-commerce to meet and complete transactions, providing a degree of safety under a bill heard Tuesday by an Assembly committee.
Assembly Bill 469 is an attempt to head off a lawsuit filed by the Clark County School Board challenging the process by which the reorganization legislation has been implemented.
The Senate Transportation Committee passed a bill that would allow Nevada law enforcement officers to search crashed or abandoned unmanned aerial vehicles to identify their owners.
The declaration extension gives state, tribal, eligible local governments and some nonprofits more time to apply for federal funds for emergency work, replacement and repairs.
A bill that would restore commercially viable rates for homeowners who want to install rooftop solar panels and participate in net metering had its first hearing Monday in an Assembly subcommittee.
Legislators would meet every year for limited times and be paid on a regular basis under a proposed constitutional amendment introduced Monday in the Nevada Senate.
President Donald Trump signed a bill Monday that kills a federal rule dictating planning on public lands in Western states — including 47.5 million acres in Nevada.
State workers would be entitled to collective bargaining under a bill introduced Monday in the Nevada Senate.
Henderson Constable Earl Mitchell bluntly gave his thoughts Monday about a bill that would eliminate the certification requirement for urban constables. The proposal, he told a panel of lawmakers, is “ill-advised.”
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