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.
Steve Sebelius oversees the Review-Journal's Washington and Carson City bureaus, as well as the reporting team covering local governments in Clark County. He also writes a weekly politics column for the Sunday Viewpoints section. Sebelius previously worked for the RJ between 2000 and 2017. He returned to the RJ in March 2019. Sebelius has been the on-air political analyst for KLAS-TV Channel 8 for nearly 20 years. He also has co-hosted “PoliticsNow,” Nevada’s only political television program, on the channel since 2015.
A bill sought by media and government watchdog groups was approved by the Nevada Legislature on Monday, the final day of the 2019 session.
The close of the biennial session of the Nevada Legislature is near: Here are some signs to watch for as the final day winds down in Carson City.
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.
Adam Laxalt’s Morning in Nevada PAC is teaming up with the American Conservative Union to hold a western version of the popular CPAC conference in September.
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.
Nevada Attorney General Aaron Ford has signed on to a nationwide lawsuit filed by 42 other states and Puerto Rico against a long list of pharmaceutical companies, alleging price fixing and market manipulation that increased prices of common generic drugs.
On a sunny, windy Monday in the desert outside Boulder City, Washington Gov. Jay Inslee talked about solar power as if it was the most obvious thing in the world.
Newly announced presidential candidate Rep. Eric Swalwell, D-Calif., charted a decidedly moderate course Monday as he unveiled his candidacy to a town hall meeting of the UNLV Young Democrats.