Gov. Sandoval Endorses Regulations Of Drug OverdosesThe emergency regulations provide the immediate structure of reporting of overdose and suspected overdose to the Department of Health and Human Services' Chief Medical Officer.
Nevada Ranked Last In Education, State Officials Upset With ReportNevada's standing was unchanged from last year, ranking 51st among the 50 states and the District of Columbia, with an overall score of 65 out of 100 points and a grade of D.
Assemblyman Wheeler Elected GOP LeaderWheeler has represented Douglas County in Assembly District 39 since 2013. His 15-member caucus elected him during a meeting Thursday in Las Vegas to replace former Assemblyman Paul Anderson.
State Senate Approves 50 Measures In One DayThe state Senate kept busy Monday, approving 50 bills and sending them to the Assembly.
Fending Off ForeclosureCARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) - Nevada lawmakers want to pull the plug on a program that helps homeowners fend off foreclosure in a sign of just how far the state has come since the Great Recession.
Lawmakers Repealing Winery BanCARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) - The Nevada Senate has passed a compromise bill that repeals the state's partial ban on wineries.
Governor And LegislatureCARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) - Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval says he's optimistic that Nevada lawmakers will reach a deal to fund the state's budget with only slightly more than a month to go in the state Legislature.
Uber's Bumpy RideCARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) - A bill that would allow for ride-hailing companies such as Uber in Nevada has failed in the state Senate.
Break Up CCSD ?CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) - A Nevada panel has passed a bill attempting to break up the Clark County School District.
Lawmakers Look At Live Entertainment TaxCARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) _ Nevada lawmakers are taking the first step toward reworking a live entertainment tax that many complain is confusing and filled with too many exemptions.
Ex-Nevada Lawmaker Gets 3 Years' Probation
Legislature To Debate Winery Bans, Speed LimitThe legislative session is a whole month away, but Nevadans can already get a sneak peak at nearly 200 bills and resolutions expected to end up before lawmakers this spring.