The legislative session is a whole month away, but Nevadans can already get a sneak peak at nearly 200 bills and resolutions expected to end up before lawmakers this spring.
Utah lawmakers have advanced a measure allowing parents of children who have seizures to legally buy a marijuana-derived drug.
The Arizona Senate is expected to formally send an already approved bill allowing business owners with strongly held religious beliefs to refuse service to gays to Gov. Jan Brewer as early as Monday.
Nevada employers will soon be billed an average of $25 per employee per year to cover interest on loans taken to pay out jobless benefits.
The mental health portions of a bill mandating background checks on all gun sales in Nevada are now part of another bill.
A late amendment to a bill mandating universal background checks for gun purchases in Nevada has given the effort renewed life in the state Legislature.
Nevada lawmakers continue their drive for anti-sex trafficking legislation by passing the session’s most comprehensive bill on the subject.
A Kansas mother who struggled with a cellphone company to provide call location information when her daughter went missing is urging Nevada lawmakers to pass a bill requiring such information be given to police agencies in emergencies.
Gov. Susana Martinez on Tuesday signed into law liability-waiving legislation aimed at saving the state’s nearly quarter-billion-dollar investment in a futuristic spaceport and retaining its anchor tenant, British billionaire Richard Branson’s Virgin Galactic.
Lawmakers are thinking about making veterans’ disability pay untouchable in divorce proceedings.