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SEIU Nevada and Progressive Activists Demand Dean Heller Turn Against Trumpcare

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SEIU members and local progressive activists visited University Medical Center (UMC) in Las Vegas today to urge U.S. Senator Dean Heller (R) to vote against

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Scow Resigns from Clark County Commission

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Change was already in the air at Clark County, as two Commissioners will be termed out of office next year and another is contemplating a

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Southern Nevada LGBTQIA Community Remembers Victims of Pulse Shooting, Vows to “Honor Them with Action”

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Last night, the Gay and Lesbian Community Center of Southern Nevada hosted a remembrance vigil for the 49 victims who were killed in the June

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These Monumental Lands: Why Native American Communities Demand National Monuments Remain Protected

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In April, President Donald Trump ordered a review of National Monuments designated from 1996 to 2016. Two of these happen to be in Nevada, and

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SEIU Nevada and Progressive Activists Demand Dean Heller Turn Against Trumpcare

Scow Resigns from Clark County Commission

Five Ways Progressives Won the 2017 Legislative Session

Southern Nevada LGBTQIA Community Remembers Victims of Pulse Shooting, Vows to “Honor Them with Action”

These Monumental Lands: Why Native American Communities Demand National Monuments Remain Protected

Social Justice

Southern Nevada LGBTQIA Community Remembers Victims of Pulse Shooting, Vows to “Honor Them with Action”

Last night, the Gay and Lesbian Community Center of Southern Nevada hosted a remembrance vigil for the 49 victims who were killed in the June 12, 2016, attack on Pulse Nightclub in Orlando, Florida. The Pulse attack was the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history, and one that targeted LGBTQIA Americans. As LGBTQIA Nevadans and allies mourned one year later, they also committed to “honor them with action”. What action is needed? We attended the vigil and spoke with activists…

Public LandSocial Justice

These Monumental Lands: Why Native American Communities Demand National Monuments Remain Protected

In April, President Donald Trump ordered a review of National Monuments designated from 1996 to 2016. Two of these happen to be in Nevada, and two others lie next door in Utah. Below the fold, we’ll dig deeper into what this fight is about and why Native American communities are fighting to defend these Monuments. (more…)

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