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Dean Heller Remains the Man to Watch on Health BillHealth care legislation is hanging by a thread in the Senate, and no one is under more pressure than Republican Sen. Dean Heller of Nevada.
Reid, Sandoval to Co-Host Las Vegas Clean Energy SummitA bipartisan team of political leaders in Nevada is planning to host a national conversation on clean energy this fall.
Nevada Officials to Consider Pot Distribution Emergency RuleNevada Gov. Brian Sandoval on Thursday authorized state regulators to consider an emergency regulation that would allow officials to determine whether the state has enough marijuana distributors to keep its retail shops supplied.
Nevada Prepares to Fight Against Yucca Mountain ProjectNevada officials are moving ahead with efforts to fight the Yucca Mountain project.
Nevada to Force Agencies to Unveil US ReviewsGov. Brian Sandoval plans to require state agencies to disclose all U.S. reviews after he learned from The Associated Press about problems at rural public health clinics that have cost the state hundreds of thousands of federal dollars over the past two years.
Sandoval Insists Execs Work to Keep Rural Nevadans InsuredGov. Brian Sandoval wrote to four industry executives on Friday, calling them to his office and insisting they work with state officials to find a solution.
Sandoval Names Former Henderson Mayor to County CommissionA former Henderson mayor who once ran as a Democrat for governor is being named to replace a Clark County commissioner who announced last week she's resigning.
Steve Sisolak Announces Bid For Nevada GovernorA southern Nevada lawmaker who heads the elected board covering the Las Vegas Strip says he's running for governor.
Sandoval Vetoes Bill to Open 'Medicaid For All'The first Republican governor who opted to expand Medicaid has decided that Nevada will not be the first state in the nation to attempt to open the government-subsidized health care program to anyone, regardless of need.
New State Park Coming to Nevada After Land TransferA vast area of land along the Walker River that for 152 years has been privately owned is expected to soon be transferred to the state to become Nevada's newest park.
Nevada Forces Drug Makers to Reveal Insulin Pricing, ProfitsNevada now has the nation's strictest rules requiring pharmaceutical companies to reveal how they set certain prescription drug prices.
Sandoval Signs Bill to Revive Solar IndustryNevada is resetting energy credits that officials say will make solar panels a more affordable option for home-owners and make the state a leader in clean energy production.

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