Denis Cautions Congress On ReformState legislators are encouraging officials to consider the fiscal impact on states during a meeting on federal immigration reform at the White House.
Dems Pull Tax Plan After Heated DebateA debate over education funding turned bitter on the Nevada Senate floor when Democrats accused Republicans of not wanting to compromise on taxes and the GOP minority leader chastised the majority for failed leadership.
Senate Gives Green Light To Driver Card BillThe Nevada Senate has overwhelming approved a bill authorizing driving privilege cards for non-U.S. residents.
Senate Dems Seek Paroll Tax IncreaseNevada Gov. Brian Sandoval says he's opposed to a plan announced by Senate Democrats to raise the state's payroll tax
Nevada Dems To Unveil Tax Plan This WeekSenate Majority Leader Mo Denis says Democrats are putting the final touches on their plan to tweak Nevada's tax structure to bring in more money for education and other services.
Nevada Democrats Push For Education FundingDemocrats in the Nevada Legislature are touting an ambitious package of K-12 education.
Democratic Leaders Aim To Create JobsBefore the 77th session of the Nevada Legislature began, members of the Democratic Party vowed to be transparent while relaying their legislation to the public.
Sandoval Speech To Emphasize Education, No New TaxesNevada Gov. Brian Sandoval will reflect on his first two years in office and outline his priorities for the upcoming legislative session when he delivers his State of the State address in Carson City.
Women Accuse GOP Of Sidelining LawmakerA group of Republican women are blasting party leaders for sidelining the only female in the state Senate.
Lawmaker Wants Schools To Get Legislative PayOne Nevada lawmaker wants his fellow members of the Legislature to give up their pay.
Nevada Legislature Names New LeadersNew leaders have been chosen for the 2013 Legislature.
Democrat Denis To Step DownLas Vegas Democratic State Sen. Mo Denis is leaving his job as a computer technician for the Public Utilities Commission amid a lawsuit charging his roles as a state employee and state lawmaker pose a conflict of interest.