Republicans say President Trump can win Nevada in 2020, even though he lost the state in 2016 and Democrats have shown electoral strength in 2018.
Gov. Steve Sisolak on Friday signed bills to increase voter participation and decrease gun violence, part of an all-day tour that saw more than a dozen bills become law.
The tax fight over Senate Bill 551 in this year’s Legislature bears some striking resemblances to a similar fight in Carson City 16 years ago.
Gov. Steve Sisolak signed a bill that increases government secrecy, but won’t get a chance to sign another that would have improved access to public records.
Is extending an existing tax the same as a tax increase? That question has been answered differently by legislative lawyers in past years as opposed to this one.
The names of retired public employees would be public under an amendment to Senate Bill 224, but other information critical in guarding against abuse would be made confidential.
Here’s an idea for a new rule: State lawmakers can take up ceremonial bills and resolutions only after they’ve passed all policy bills and budgets.
Tuesday was supposed to be the day of reckoning for North Las Vegas Constable Robert Eliason, who has worked for more than a year in his job despite not being certified as a peace officer, which the law requires.