Catherine Cortez Masto
Potent painkiller targeted
Nevada Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto is hailing a jury verdict that found a company knowingly made defective water and sewer pipes sold to Nevada and other municipalities and water districts in the state.
San Francisco is threatening to sue Nevada for allegedly dumping some 500 psychiatric patients in California.
Nevada’s top prosecutor is joining her counterparts in more than three dozen other states and territories to protest random charges on consumers’ cellphone bills.
The City of Las Vegas and the Nevada Attorney General’s Office are partnering to battle the housing relief crisis in Nevada.
Nearly 37,000 Nevadans who went through foreclosure during the recession will receive a check this month as part of a massive, national settlement.
Nevada Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto has announced three Nevada residents and one California resident have been indicted.
Denim Day began in 1999 and is an awareness campaign for rape and sexual assault.
National Consumer Protection Week is in its 15th year and Nevada Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto has plenty of programs to help residents.
An ambitious robosigning prosecution against two employees of a mortgage loan processing service has been derailed, after a judge dismissed all 306 counts against the defendants.