A continuously updated list of bills from the 2023 Legislature vetoed by Gov. Joe Lombardo.
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The Nevada Assembly amended an education bill sought by Gov. Joe Lombardo on Sunday night, a sign that a deal to close the 2023 session may have been struck.
Nevada lawmakers have avoided holding special sessions more often than not in the last 25 years, but a short special session is still possible this year.
Assistant Sheriff Jim Seebock, who was elected to the Henderson City Council in April, has been with the Metropolitan Police Department for three decades.
A new version of the Appropriations Act introduced in the state Senate is identical to a bill Gov. Joe Lombardo vetoed on Thursday.
As he got back on his feet, Biden pointed to the place on stage where he lost his balance. “He’s fine,” tweeted Ben LaBolt, the White House communications director.
Pentagon officials have canceled an upcoming drag event at the Nellis Air Force Base, even though the family-friendly show had been previously approved by the Air Force.
The stone monument has stood on a large patch of grass on city parks and recreation land since its installation in 1973.
A reader asked how long it takes for a dead person to be removed from the voter rolls.
Gov. Joe Lombardo signed two bills related to funding for K-12 education and authorizing spending by state agencies.
Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas also defended the Biden administration’s border policy during his visit to Las Vegas.
Actor Mark Wahlberg met with Nevada lawmakers in a bid to support legislation creating a multibillion-dollar film tax credit program.
NV Energy maintains it needs more direction from the state Legislature on how it should reduce its reliance on the expensive energy open market.
The A’s are seeking up to $380 million in public money to go toward the construction of a $1.5 billion, 30,000-seat ballpark on the Tropicana site.
Lawmakers did away with the caucus in 2021 and instituted a presidential primary process for major political parties, unless there is only one candidate in the race.