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Senate Passes Bill Requiring Quicker Reporting Of Bullying In School SystemNevada senators have passed a bill backed by Gov. Brian Sandoval that would implement a broad anti-bullying initiative throughout Nevada's school system.
Uber's Bumpy RideCARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) - A bill that would allow for ride-hailing companies such as Uber in Nevada has failed in the state Senate.
Sandoval Signs Bill Creating Private-School Scholarships
Nevada Bill Would Make It A Crime To Fraudulently Call 311Nevada lawmakers are considering a bill that would make it a crime to make a fraudulent report to police on a nonemergency 311 number.
Nevada Senate Introduces Bill To Regulate Ride-Hailing Firms
Bill Would Require Parental Notification For AbortionsA Nevada Republican is sponsoring a bill requiring parental notification before a minor can receive an abortion.
Utah House Passes Bill Restricting Tattoos On Young PeopleA scaled-back proposal restricting the tattooing of minors has passed the Utah House of Representatives.
Bill Bans Anyone Under 18 From Getting TattooA Bill has been proposed in Utah which will ban anyone under the age of 18 from getting a tattoo.
Legislature To Debate Winery Bans, Speed LimitThe 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 House OKs Bill On Pot-Derived Epilepsy Drug Utah lawmakers have advanced a measure allowing parents of children who have seizures to legally buy a marijuana-derived drug.
Arizona Governor To Get Bill On Refusing Service To Gays For Religious ReasonsThe 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.