Lawmakers to Hear Outside Review of Education ChangesPolicy proposals will crop up and lawmakers will continue their budget hearings, but an independent review of certain school programs will star in the second week of the Nevada Legislature.
2 Fallen Vegas Officers Honored At Annual Police Memorial
Marijuana MissionCARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) - Nevada lawmakers who took a fact-finding trip to Colorado over the weekend say they were impressed to see the state's recreational marijuana industry in action.
Nevada Senate Introduces Bill To Regulate Ride-Hailing Firms
Utah Lawmakers Discussing Possible AG ImpeachmentRepublican lawmakers were discussing the legal ins and outs Wednesday of a possible impeachment of state Attorney General John Swallow.
Arizona Lawmakers Warn Of Terrorist, Communist Plots Backed By FedsArizona Republican lawmakers and activists warned of terrorist and communist plots backed by the government during a passionate hearing last week that saw one state representative joke that supporters should indicate their approval by shooting into the air.
Nevada Committee Passes Major Sex Trafficking Bill Nevada lawmakers continue their drive for anti-sex trafficking legislation by passing the session's most comprehensive bill on the subject.
Lawmakers Put Money Where Mouths AreNevada lawmakers are showing solidarity with state workers who've been forced to take pay cuts.
Nevada Legislators Approve PaychecksState lawmakers began their first day in the Legislature by voting to get paid.
New Formula May Bring More Money To CCSDA group of Nevada lawmakers has recommended replacing a 45-year-old K-12 school funding formula with a new one that provides more money for low-income students and English learners.
Preview Of Week 12 Of The Nevada Legislature
Economist Shares Economic InsightAn independent economist told state lawmakers the hard truth about Nevada's economy — its ability to rely on the hospitality industry to fund government and services is over.