Nevada stands to lose $40 million in federal dollars if automatic budget cuts set to kick in at midnight Friday extend through September, with most of the hit being taken by education, public safety and some health and human services programs, Gov. Brian Sandoval said Thursday.
The publisher of the Las Vegas Review-Journal says the newspaper has laid off staff in each of its departments after considering ways to make the operation more efficient.
The Clark County School Board voted unanimously to approve a $407 million budget for the Clark County School District. The budget increases class sizes by an average of three students per room. It also cuts […]
CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — Tents are scattered about the grounds of the Nevada Legislature for a campout by advocates who support a Democratic tax package. The compound is being dubbed “Sandoville” — a reference […]
Lawmakers are working through Saturday to try to finalize budget cuts for hospitals and counseling services for the mentally ill. Members of an Assembly panel concerned about the impact on some of Nevada’s most vulnerable citizens […]
LAS VEGAS — Hundreds of Clark County school students are taking their protest against budget cuts to the Las Vegas Strip. Students have been using social media including Facebook and Twitter to organize their “Don’t Gamble with […]
The 76th session of the Nevada Legislature started on a tone of civility and bipartisanship Monday, as lawmakers in both houses agreed to two resolutions.
Gov. Brian Sandoval’s budget is getting failing grades from parents, students and government workers at the first public meeting on the new leader’s policies. Sandoval did not attend Saturday’s town hall in Las Vegas held by […]
With Bush-era cuts set to expire at year’s end, House Democrats plan to introduce legislation today to extend cuts for those making under 250-thousand dollars a year.