A bipartisan bill that would repeal the Trump administration’s tariffs on solar panels was filed Thursday by Rep. Jacky Rosen to protect renewable energy jobs in Nevada.
Americans for Prosperity, the nation’s largest grassroots conservative group, has yet to decide if it’ll support Sen. Dean Heller but will back attorney general Adam Laxalt’s bid for governor.
A new report from state utility regulators says most Nevadans would see higher monthly energy bills for roughly a decade before seeing any cost savings if the Energy Choice Initiative on the ballot this November is passed.
Two months after the Republican Governors Association pledged to spend $3.3 million on TV ads to influence Nevada’s gubernatorial race, the group reported a record-breaking fundraising haul this quarter.
Chief U.S. District Judge Gloria Navarro on Wednesday appointed Dayle Elieson to be Nevada’s U.S. attorney until the Senate can confirm a candidate for the job.
Two former prostitutes allege that brothel owner and Nevada Assembly candidate Dennis Hof sexually assaulted them several years ago, according to a newly released police report and interviews with the women.
At its second meeting Wednesday, the Governor’s Opioid State Action Accountability Task Force was told of progress being made in four key areas identified as priorities at the panel’s first meeting in September.
The District Court decision ends the possibility of a recall election against Sen. Nicole Cannizzaro, D-Las Vegas, and Sen. Joyce Woodhouse, D-Henderson, unless recall backers appeal to the Nevada Supreme Court within 30 days.
Barbara Bush’s grace and poise was not lost on Nevada dignitaries and lawmakers.
Senate Democrats asked Facebook head Mark Zuckerberg on Tuesday to strengthen the social media platform policies to combat discrimination in online advertisements for housing and employment opportunities.