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Panel Names 2 Lawmakers Expected to Vote on Vegas StadiumClark County commissioners have appointed two new lawmakers who could decide the fate of a Las Vegas NFL stadium deal aimed at attracting the Raiders.
Gov. Sandoval Signals Support for Las Vegas StadiumGov. Brian Sandoval says he plans to call Nevada lawmakers into session early next month to consider raising hotel taxes in the Las Vegas area to help build an NFL stadium.
County Commissions to Appoint New Lawmakers Next WeekCounty commissioners are set to meet next week to fill vacancies in the Legislature before an expected special session.
Nevada's New Commerce Tax Paying Off Big in First YearA controversial new Nevada tax on large businesses has brought the state 17 percent more money than expected in its first year.
With Possible Session Ahead, 5 New Lawmakers to be ChosenNevada could have five new lawmakers this week as the state fills vacancies in preparation for a potential legislative session to approve an NFL stadium funding plan.
Nevada Unemployment Rate Drops to 6.3 Percent in AugustNevada's unemployment rate dropped slightly in August, both compared to the month before and year-over-year.
Hardy, Kihuen Launch First Ads in Battle for House SeatRepublican incumbent Rep. Cresent Hardy and Democrat Ruben Kihuen are both releasing ads as their race for Nevada's Democratic-leaning 4th Congressional District heats up.
Nevada Governor Opposing Gun Buyer Background Check MeasureNevada Gov. Brian Sandoval is coming out against a background check initiative that's being supported by gun control advocates on the ballot this November.
Some of Nevada's Top Republicans Skipping RNC ConventionSome of Nevada's top Republicans are sitting out of their party's national convention in Cleveland next week.
Vegas Stadium Committee Gets More TimeGov. Brian Sandoval is giving a committee more time to hammer out the details of a proposed NFL-grade stadium in Las Vegas.
State Approves $2.5M to Keep Fighting Yucca Mountain DumpA state board has approved $2.5 million more to fight efforts to develop the Yucca Mountain nuclear waste dump in Nevada.
Nevada Getting Federal Help to Study State Juvenile JusticeState officials are acknowledging they don't know whether Nevada's juvenile justice programs meet current standards, but say they expect that'll change with federal help for a sweeping review of how youthful offenders are treated.

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