Gov. Steve Sisolak put Nevada first in vetoing the bill that would have put the state into the National Popular Vote compact.
Many students using Opportunity Scholarships will lose their funding within the next two years unless the Legislature acts, according to Don Soifer.
Scoring political points is more important to legislative Democrats than funding the programs they believe will improve education.
The Nevada Legislative Session ends in nine days. Some of the most consequential bills have yet to receive a single vote.
The Nevada Legislature could pass a controversial gun control measure without even holding a public hearing.
The language in the bill banning bump stocks is still too vague. Red flag laws are a violation of due process. That’s according to Don Turner, president of the Nevada Firearms Coalition.
When public education fails, many say it needs more money. When Opportunity Scholarships succeed, those same people want to cut its funding.
Abortion advocates use the same technique as proponents of slavery did 160 years ago — dehumanize a marginalized group to deny them their rights.
The long-awaited bill creating a new education funding formula is here. Many key details, however, are yet to be determined.
The Las Vegas City Council erred by preventing development at the Badlands Golf Course, according to Victoria Seaman, Ward 2 candidate for the council.