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Lawsuit: Bullying Tacitly Condoned by Yerington School Officials and Police

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Lawsuit: Bullying Tacitly Condoned by Yerington School Officials and Police The parents of two Yerington high school students are turning to federal court, alleging in a

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Political Activist Tom Steyer All-In on Nevada

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Tom Steyer is all-in on Nevada Tom Steyer is no stranger to political advocacy. He's been involved in Democratic races since Walter Mondale's ill-fated 1984

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Steve Wynn Described by former Cocktail Waitress as “Forceful, Aggressive”

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A former Golden Nugget cocktail waitress says Steve Wynn, whom she had never met, showed up unannounced at her home three weeks into her tenure

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Gun ViolencePublic Land

Questions Surround Zinke Visit to Vegas

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Questions Surround Zinke Visit to Vegas Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke is in Las Vegas for NSSF SHOT Show 2018, according to posts from

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Lawsuit: Bullying Tacitly Condoned by Yerington School Officials and Police

Political Activist Tom Steyer All-In on Nevada

Steve Wynn Described by former Cocktail Waitress as “Forceful, Aggressive”

William Anderson

Moapa Chairman Who Led Fight to Shut Down Coal Plant, Built First Commercial Solar Array on a Native American Reservation Passes Away

Questions Surround Zinke Visit to Vegas

Questions Surround Zinke Visit to Vegas

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Notes from the Town Hall: Dean Heller Finally Faces His Constituents

After months of requests from constituents across the state, the Senator finally budged. Yesterday, U.S. Senator Dean Heller (R) finally held his first public town hall of 2017. He joined forces with Rep. Mark Amodei (R-Carson City) to welcome about 600 of their constituents to the Reno-Sparks Convention Center to answer questions… Or at least, Rep. Amodei answered quite a few questions. What did Senator Heller have to say for himself? (more…)

EnergyPublic LandSocial Justice

Dirty Situation: The Hidden Costs of Methane Emissions

Last year, the federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Bureau of Land Management (BLM) announced new rules for methane emissions from oil and natural gas operations. The rules were to limit methane emissions from new fossil fuel infrastructure and require operators to submit to periodic monitoring. But this past February, the U.S. House passed a resolution to rescind the BLM rule. And last month, the Trump-era EPA announced the withdrawal of its methane rule. Were these Obama-era methane rules just…

Nevada LegislatureSocial Justice

The State of Reform: A Conversation on Criminal Justice in #NVLeg with Assembly Member Daniele Monroe-Moreno

There’s been plenty of talk about the sharp focus on criminal justice reform in the Nevada Legislature this session. Why does this matter? Why should our state spend any more time on criminal justice? And why has a bill banning private prisons attracted attention? I spoke with that bill’s sponsor about private prisons and criminal justice reform in Nevada. (more…)

Nevada LegislatureSocial Justice

Who Can You Trust? #NVLeg Senate Majority Leader Aims to Answer That with SB 383

Who can you trust? Before he left office, President Barack Obama answered a question many investors ask with a new fiduciary rule requiring all financial advisers to put their clients’ interests first. Yet since President Donald Trump has taken office, he’s been trying to prevent this rule from being implemented. With the federal fiduciary rule in limbo, one state legislator wants to place this in Nevada law. (more…)

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