A panel of state lawmakers on Thursday took the first step in a long road to legalizing gay marriage in Nevada.
A bill proposing to prohibit new private ownership of exotic and potentially dangerous animals was substantially altered by a Nevada legislative committee on Thursday to instead direct county officials to consider whether to regulate the practice.
A bill that would provide for the inclusion of photos of voters in election day poll books survived to see another day Thursday when it was re-referred to the Senate Finance Committee because of cost implications.
Nevada’s 3,400 medical marijuana patients could buy their medication through licensed, state-regulated dispensaries under a bill that won unanimous Senate Judiciary Committee approval Thursday.
CARSON CITY — A Nevada legislative panel has narrowly approved a bill to prevent officials in rural Pershing County from imposing its own rules and fees on the Burning Man festival staged annually on the Black Rock Desert.
A bill requiring many chain restaurants in Nevada to post calorie information on their menus won approval from an Assembly committee Wednesday.
An Assembly committee considered a measure Wednesday that would build a program to teach law enforcement officers, educators and other state officials how to deal with the unique problems faced by victims of human trafficking.
A bill to prevent entertainers ages 18 to 20 from dancing nude in Nevada strip clubs will die without a vote in the Senate Judiciary Committee, its chairman said Thursday.
Las Vegas truck driver Sergio Lemus was honored in the Nevada Legislature on Tuesday for driving 5.2 million miles without an accident.
A bill to repeal the state law requiring motorcyclists to wear helmets again has died in the Nevada Legislature, this time because its sponsor, Sen. Don Gustavson, pulled it from consideration.