Republican lawmakers were discussing the legal ins and outs Wednesday of a possible impeachment of state Attorney General John Swallow.
Arizona 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 lawmakers continue their drive for anti-sex trafficking legislation by passing the session’s most comprehensive bill on the subject.
Nevada lawmakers are showing solidarity with state workers who’ve been forced to take pay cuts.
State lawmakers began their first day in the Legislature by voting to get paid.
A 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.
Nevada lawmakers face another big deadline and marathon floor sessions when the 12th week of the Nevada Legislature begins Monday. On Tuesday, all non-budget bills not otherwise exempt must pass out of their house of origin […]
An 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.
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.
Nevada lawmakers are split along party lines on a Virginia federal judge’s ruling that struck down a key component of the health care reform law.