3 things to watch for on Legislative Session Day 80: constructions costs, barber board and surrendering newborns.
Lawmakers addressed criminal justice reforms as they raced to pass bills Tuesday. Bills that survived would affect offenders entering the system and those trying to re-enter society after prison.
Fur trappers would have to identify their traps and pay higher fees under a bill approved Tuesday by the Nevada Senate.
Backroom deals usually don’t spill out into the light of day, but legislative Democrats and union bosses are very publicly breaking a bargain they made last session.
A slew of marijuana bills moved closer to becoming law Tuesday as they passed the first major vote in the Nevada Legislature.
The Nevada Assembly unanimously passed a bill that requires cities and counties to designate police stations as place where people can meet to complete sales tied to online ads.
With a unanimous vote from the Nevada Senate, the Clark County School District reorganization bill is headed to the desk of Gov. Brian Sandoval.
The Nevada Senate approved a bill Tuesday extending voter registration before Election Day, in some cases allowing same-day registration, and expanding voting hours in some jurisdictions.
The Trump administration will begin a review on recent national monument declarations, including Gold Butte in Nevada, with an eye on changes to the 1906 law that authorized the executive branch to set aside public lands for protection.
Patients receiving mental health or substance abuse treatment would not handle payments from insurance coverage under a bill unanimously approved Tuesday by the Nevada Senate.