The top two Democrats running for Nevada governor fielded questions about abortion rights, sex education and paid family leave during a Thursday night forum hosted by NARAL Pro-Choice Nevada.
Another bleak runoff forecast prompts pointed warning from the Bureau of Reclamation to states that rely on the Colorado: Get serious about finalizing a plan to leave more water in Lake Mead.
The department has held public hearings on the proposed regulation twice without taking action, as public comment on both sides of the issue has overwhelmed the sessions. The regulation is required under a law passed in the 2017 session.
Howls of protests by Nevada’s bipartisan congressional delegation were drowned out Thursday when the House voted overwhelmingly to pass a bill that would revive the licensing process on the Department of Energy’s application to open Yucca Mountain.
Supporters of the Energy Choice Initiative ballot measure released a study Wednesday that says Question 3 would lower energy bills, directly disputing a lengthy report from state regulators.
U.S. Sen. Dean Heller this week unveiled a “Juntos con Heller” campaign with a coalition of 254 Hispanic activists committed to helping the Republican win re-election.
Gubernatorial candidate Chris Giunchigliani unveiled her education plan Wednesday calling for increased teacher salaries and more base per-pupil funding statewide.
Nevada’s bipartisan congressional delegation united Wednesday against a bill to revive the licensing process on an Energy Department application to open Yucca Mountain as a nuclear waste repository.
A forum featuring three of Nevada’s gubernatorial candidates covered several topics Tuesday night in Las Vegas, but it did little to move the needle for some voters.
Justices for the state high court fired a series of pointed questions at attorneys Tuesday in a case that could determine if Nevadans will be able to vote on an anti-sanctuary cities initiative.