Nevada fifth-graders would get a free pass to state parks, and the parks themselves would get more dollars for maintenance under two bills unanimously supported Thursday by the Senate Committee on Natural Resources.
The sponsor of a bill seeking to fix prices on diabetes medication debunked her most powerful argument just minutes into her opening statement.
School districts hoping to take advantage of the next round of state grants will have to focus proposals on three key areas — including more training for principals on the teacher evaluation system.
Nevada will receive $5.6 million from the federal government to help fight opioid addiction, Gov. Brian Sandoval announced Thursday.
Free parks, constitutional convention, and horde of HOA bills highlight day 81 of the Nevada Legislature.
Achievement School District charters would have to meet the same prevailing wage standard public schools pay when undertaking major capital projects, according to a proposal laid out in the Nevada Assembly’s education committee Wednesday.
The Democrats in the Nevada Assembly want President Donald Trump to lay off Nevada’s national monuments.
Backers of Nevada’s newest national monuments are bracing for a push by President Donald Trump to roll back those designations.
High school students in Nevada will have more access to college credit under a proposal from the governor’s office.