About a dozen northern Nevada residents rallied Wednesday in front of the governor’s mansion, saying they want Gov. Brian Sandoval not to waiver in his support of maintaining Nevada’s Medicaid program.
Interior secretary will hear opposing viewpoints on Gold Butte, Basin and Range National Monuments during meetings in Nye County.
A civil court judge on Tuesday dismissed a lawsuit that accused state Sen. Heidi Gansert of violating Nevada’s separation of powers clause by working for a university and serving as a state legislator.
Nevada Democratic Congresswoman Dina Titus is staying mum on her 2018 plans, but a new poll shows her neck and neck with U.S. Sen. Dean Heller if she were to run for Senate.
Hardy, who lost his seat in Nevada’s 4th Congressional District last year to Democrat Ruben Kihuen, was considering a comeback in next year’s midterm elections in the adjacent 3rd district.
Nevada Sen. Dean Heller voted in favor of a motion to proceed to debate on Obamacare on Tuesday.
On the eve of a critical vote that would move an Obamacare repeal effort forward, new ads launched Monday urging Nevada’s Republican Sen. Dean Heller to oppose the move.
A Carson City judge on Monday rejected a request by a group of liquor distributors to stop emergency regulations allowing Nevada marijuana licensees to distribute recreational pot to retail stores.
President Donald Trump badgered Republican senators Monday to vote on a health care bill this week, while Nevada nurses, hospitals and religious groups told lawmakers the results would have dire consequences for the state.
All eyes are now on Heller as Senate Republicans leaders, prodded by President Donald Trump, push for a vote this week on either a repeal of Obamacare, or repeal and replacement with a quickly crafted plan that has been cobbled together by senators behind closed doors.