The bill, which is still being drafted and has not yet been introduced, seeks to allow injured workers sue insurers if they act in bad faith.
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Lawmakers considered a bill Friday that would create the Homeless Persons’ Bill of Rights.
Legislation introduced Wednesday by Sen. Fabian Doñate would expand the ability for vendors to be licensed to operate as street food vendors, regardless of immigration status.
Members of the Vegas Chamber shared their legislative priorities, including education and workforce development, with lawmakers in Carson City on Thursday.
There would be fewer university regents under a bill discussed in the Nevada Legislature on Thursday, which would reduce membership from 13 to nine members.
Legislative leadership says the storm-related closures over the past few days won’t affect future legislative business.
A bill by state Sen. Nicole Cannizzaro would protect women from states where abortion is illegal who come to Nevada to seek health care, but would not change Nevada’s underlying abortion laws.
Deans from UNR and UNLV’s medical schools urged lawmakers Thursday to increase funding for graduate medical education programs.
Members of the Nevada State Democratic Central Committee will soon decide who will lead the state party through the critical 2024 election.
State Sen. Pat Spearman, who lost a bid for mayor of North Las Vegas last year, has a bill to expand the city council to six wards starting in 2024.
The ACLU of Nevada on Thursday lauded a bill introduced in the Assembly, saying if passed, it would “make police traffic stops safer for people who are differently abled.”
A Las Vegas lawmaker introduced a bill that would require city and county jails to establish a polling place exclusively for prisoners.
Assembly Bill 144 would prohibit the sale of fluorescent light bulbs, which contain mercury and create a hazard when broken.
Superintendents and the state’s charter authority must appear at a meeting within 30 days to detail how they’d use the proposed funding, officials say.
The Culinary Union unveiled its 2023 legislative priorities, which include establishing a state lottery system and a 5 percent cap on rent hikes.