Gov. Jim Gibbons might not remember it, but the record shows he has flip-flopped on the issue of a state lottery.
CARSON CITY — North Carolina Gov. Beverly Perdue infuriated state worker groups last month when she signed legislation cutting salaries for teachers and state employees by 0.5 percent.
CARSON CITY — By the numbers alone, this legislative session is likely to come down to one thing: what Bill Raggio wants.
CARSON CITY — Nevada lawmakers have their hands full as they start their 15th week of the 2009 session on Monday, trying to resolve differences in a state spending plan that must be balanced by new taxes and other revenue sources.
CARSON CITY — Key lawmakers failed to reach agreement on cuts to the state’s higher education system Friday, postponing a hearing to finalize the college and university budget until Monday.
CARSON CITY — More emotional testimony was given Friday on a plan that would give domestic partners, gay or straight, rights and benefits that Nevada offers to married couples.
CARSON CITY — A state-funded program under which 32 investigators check out allegations of child abuse in Clark County will continue operating despite the withdrawal of state funds.