SB 227 would make it a crime to draw, paint, etch or display a symbol of hate in a public place.
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Proposed legislation would ensure the tax still applies if the property is transferred to a business entity that was “formed for the purpose of avoiding those taxes.”
A Las Vegas lawmaker introduced a bill that would change current law to specify that a person who has been convicted of a felony can be charged separately for each firearm they have.
Gov. Joe Lombardo introduced Senate Bill 405, which would do away with universal mail ballots and require an ID to vote.
Nevada motorists have over $4 million in unclaimed technology fee refunds to recover from the state DMV.
President Joe Biden could designate Avi Kwa Ame, located in southern Nevada, as a national monument on Tuesday.
A joint resolution introduced on Friday would repeal Nevada’s lottery ban, which has been part of the constitution since statehood.
The Assembly Committee on Education held a hearing Thursday on a bill that would lift a 2019 mandate to provide a plan before removing a student from a classroom or school.
Counties and cities could be on the hook for paying the state back for unused voting machines under a bill considered by lawmakers Thursday.
Sen. Fabian Doñate vowed Tuesday to introduce legislation that would expand Medicaid coverage to all people in Nevada, regardless of their citizenship status.
Lawmakers in the Assembly will soon be asked to consider a bill that would make Juneteenth a state holiday after a committee approved the legislation Wednesday morning.
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.
President Joe Biden, on a two-state West Coast swing, visited UNLV to discuss his efforts to lower prescription drug costs.
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.