Legislative Snippets Walk through the halls of the Nevada Capitol and you see pictures of legislators - big boards of family style collages dating back years. What's striking is that many of those collages have pictures of women. Not many. But...
On June 8, 2017, Governor Brian Sandoval wielded his veto pen 15 times, denying legislation passed by the legislature on issues ranging from wages to health care to renewable energy. But the legislature gaveled out of session on June 4,...
Senate Majority Leader Kelvin Atkinson has introduced a bill that will implement the intent of a 2016 ballot initiative on background checks on private gun sales - including individual sales and gun shows. The initiative was narrowly approved by voters...
The National Security Administration today dropped a bombshell on the state of Nevada - enraging elected officials and environmental stakeholders with a court filing that revealed a shipment of a half a metric ton of plutonium to the state...
As the federal government shutdown entered its second month, President Trump took to the airwaves last weekend to offer what seemed like a common-sense compromise: give him $5.7 billion for wall funding and he would extend both DACA (Deferred...
Ellen Jackson carries a picture of Tom Steyer wherever she goes. Jackson calls herself “a member” of Steyer’s highly visible campaign to impeach President Trump. She even went to his rally when he swung through Las Vegas last week. The picture, though, was taken after another visit, when Steyer was leaving Las Vegas and making his way through the TSA line at McCarron International Airport.
On Thursday, General Joseph Dunford, Chair of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, announced the military’s current policy that allows transgender Americans to serve will remain in place until Trump actually sends the Defense Department a rules change and Defense...
Thanks to U.S. Senator Catherine Cortez Masto, Northern Nevada will have the resources that it needs to protect homes and businesses from flooding in the Truckee Meadows. On Wednesday, Congress approved America’s Water Infrastructure Act of 2018 with a...
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 discrimination lawsuit that their daughters’ bullies are not only getting away with repeated instances of racist taunting...

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