Some legislative Republicans have problems with a bill that would allow illegal immigrants to legally drive in Nevada.
State Employment Security Division administrator Renee Olson on Tuesday increased by 12.5 percent the unemployment tax rate that employers pay each year to provide unemployment benefits for laid-off workers.
Two longtime legislators from Las Vegas were appointed Tuesday to the most coveted Assembly Democratic leadership positions by Speaker Marilyn Kirkpatrick, D-North Las Vegas.
Nevada’s top election official has filed a civil lawsuit against Americans for Prosperity, alleging the Republican conservative group violated state election laws by not registering in the state or filing donor contribution reports.
Unless Nevada legislators extend taxes scheduled to expire July 1, state government will operate with $343 million less money in 2014-15 than it is spending during the current two-year budget period. And even that depends on how the folks in Washington, D.C., handle the federal government’s fiscal crisis.
Clark County consumers could pay more for everything from accordions to zippers if cops can persuade the state Legislature to approve their plan to tap a new sales tax aimed at putting more police on the street.
Spurred by many Nevadans complaining during this year’s contentious elections that some people were voting illegally, Secretary of State Ross Miller said Tuesday he will sponsor a bill at the Legislature to require voter photo IDs.
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