A sponsor of a Nevada Senate bill that would require coverage says these treatments can have a profound effect on mental health and quality of life.
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The document sent to superintendents questions how districts will use additional money in several areas, including for special education and at-risk students.
Senate Bill 242 would decriminalize the use and possession of psilocybin and MDMA for people 18 or over who are using the psychedelics within the scope of an approved study.
Supporters say Senate Bill 239 would ease the agony of the dying, while opponents say it would lead to abuse.
Homeowners could see yearly property tax increases set at 3 percent under a bill considered by lawmakers Tuesday.
Southern Nevada Water Authority would have the authority to impose water use restrictions on the biggest users under a bill heard by the Assembly Natural Resources Committee.
People convicted of a felony would be able to serve as a juror in a criminal case immediately after their release under legislation considered by lawmakers Monday.
Although there’s snow on the ground and rain in the forecast for Carson City, lawmakers will be focused on easing the summer heat as the Legislature kicks off its sixth week on Monday.
Residents questioned how North Las Vegas could permit a huge warehouse project bordering an area that has been plagued by sinking ground for decades.
Minors could receive contraceptives without parental consent under a bill heard by lawmakers Thursday.
Offenders serving time in Nevada prisons may soon be paid a minimum wage under a bill considered by lawmakers Wednesday.
Low-income mothers could access postpartum care for up to a year after giving birth under a bill introduced Wednesday.
Advocates proposed increasing the property transfer tax to fund low-income housing during a state Senate committee meeting Tuesday.
The bill would require law enforcement agencies to accept a report of a missing person from a tribal reservation and enter that info into federal databases.
“What I’m asking for in this particular bill is really to try and protect those kids who are nonverbal, who aren’t really able to communicate what’s been going on with them in the classroom,” said Sen. Scott Hammond, R-Las Vegas.