There’s one Republican elected official who should be thrilled with the far-left proposals coming from legislative Democrats: Attorney General Adam Laxalt.
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Here are three things to watch on Day 57 of the 2017 legislative session.
At the 100th anniversary of the U.S. entry into the “war to end all wars,” the improbable tale of the Army’s 91st “Wild West” Division — a ragtag legion of shopkeepers, cowboys, farmers, miners, Native Americans and immigrant railroad workers who helped change the course of history — demands one more telling.
Ward 2 challengers aim to make it a battle for Las Vegas City Councilman Bob Beers to claim another four-year term.
Several of the more than 60 stone structures on the 110-acre Stewart campus, many built by Hopi stone masons, are in disrepair and there are concerns about their seismic stability. The federal government opened the school in 1890 and operated it until it was shut down in 1980.
Marathon bill introductions, passionate debate on the death penalty and bipartisan agreement on the breakup of the Clark County School District highlighted a busy eighth week of the Nevada Legislature.
As lawmakers rush to get bills heard by a looming drop dead date for action, a milestone will be reached in Week 9 on Thursday when the 2017 session hits the halfway point. It’s downhill for the 120-day session that must conclude June 5.
Advanced practice registered nurses would be authorized to sign myriad health-related forms under a bill heard Friday by a Senate committee.
A Nevada lawmaker said the state’s civil forfeiture system needs an overhaul to stop innocent people from losing property.
A developer of a planned housing development near Red Rock Canyon says a proposed law shows the Nevada Legislature is targeting his company.
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