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Testing Required at Private Schools in Nevada Choice ProgramStandardized tests are a given in public school, and they're mandatory for Nevada private schools participating in the state's budding school-choice program.
Alan Stock: Liberals Practice “Cruel & Unusual” HypocrisyBy dangling Dozier on the “now you’re scheduled to die, now you’re not” string, the liberal “wait & see” is “cruel and unusual punishment.”
Former Assistant State Attorney General to Run For Top SpotA former assistant Nevada state attorney general says he'll run as a Republican for the top state law enforcement position.
ACLU Wants Sandoval to Stop Nevada's 1st Execution Since 2006The American Civil Liberties Union of Nevada has launched a petition to persuade the governor to stop the state's first execution in more than a decade — one that would be conducted with a drug mixture not used before.
Rep. Rosen Calls For Hearing On Bump StocksCongresswoman Jacky Rosen (NV-03) joined members of Nevada's Congressional delegation and survivors of the shooting to honor the victims and renew her call for action on sensible policies to prevent gun violence.
County Taking Applications To Fill Justice Court VacancyQualified applicants must have five years' experience as an attorney and submit their application to the County Manager's Office by November 30.
Adam Laxalt Announces Bid for Nevada GovernorRepublican state Attorney General Adam Laxalt is entering Nevada's Republican gubernatorial race.
School Board Member Child Banned From Contacting SchoolsAn elected school board member in Las Vegas has been banned from directly contacting district employees and visiting schools without approval over allegations of harassment.
Secretary of State Cegavske Seeks Re-ElectionThe Las Vegas Republican who previously served more than 15 years in the state Legislature announced her bid Monday for a second, four-year term in 2018.
Nevada Pulls in Nearly $5M in Taxes From August Pot SalesThe Nevada Department of Taxation says the state hauled in nearly $5 million in total tax revenue from recreational marijuana sales in August.
2nd Clark County Commission Member Announces Bid for GovernorA second member of the elected body with jurisdiction over the Las Vegas Strip says she'll run as a Democrat for Nevada governor in November 2018.
Henderson Gives Permission for Recreational Marijuana SaleHenderson has approved the sale of recreational marijuana nearly four months after sales began across Nevada.

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