Nevada Assembly Republican Leader Paul Anderson’s decision to step down from the state Legislature will have ripple effects as the party gears up for the 2018 elections.
Senators are girding for a showdown vote to repeal and replace Obamacare as the White House flexed its muscle Thursday to build public pressure and sway undecided GOP lawmakers.
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority is wasting tax dollars. The question now is whether anyone with any power is going to do anything about it.
If local analysts are correct, Steve Hill won’t be the last official to leave Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval’s administration in coming months.
Insurance exchange officials on Thursday emphasized the need for more aggressive outreach to Nevada’s estimated 43,000 eligible but non-enrolled residents as a result of sharply reduced federal marketing.
Republican state Assembly Leader Paul Anderson announced Thursday he is resigning his seat in the Nevada Legislature to take a position with the Governor’s Office of Economic Development.
A Republican bill to repeal Obamacare and redistribute federal funds in block grants would take money from 34 states — including Nevada — over the first seven years, according to an analysis released Wednesday.
Nevada is part of an 11-state group that will study occupational licensing policies and potential improvements to help workers.
Las Vegas water officials believe the road salt made well water for Rainbow Subdivision more corrosive, causing it to leach lead from the plumbing in some older homes.
A bipartisan bill to extend funding for the Children’s Health Insurance Program was filed in the Senate ahead of a Sept. 30 deadline to keep federal dollars flowing to states for health care that covers 8.9 million children nationally, including 25,000 in Nevada.