Sandoval Mandates Body Cameras on All OfficersNevada is joining South Carolina as the only states with laws directing all police officers to wear body cameras.
Sandoval to Decide Whether to Force Insulin Price DisclosureGov. Brian Sandoval will decide whether to impose the nation's strictest disclosure rules on pharmaceutical companies with a bill focused on make public the price, profits and middlemen surrounding insulin sold in America.
Nevada to Expand Access to Dual-Credit ProgramsA Nevada law will require all public and charter high schools to partner with a community college to offer dual-credit coursework beginning next year.
Weighted Funding Will Send Millions to Needy Nevada StudentsUnexpected state revenue and a bipartisan consensus to provide need-based education funds are converging at the Capitol this month as Nevada's political powerhouses finalize a deal to provide tens of millions more dollars to public schools.
Nevada Assembly Passes Solar-Energy Consumer Rights, FeesMembers of the Nevada Assembly on Tuesday gave bipartisan support to one arm of the Democratic majority's push to make solar energy more accessible.
Nevada Democrats Tout Arizona Data in Minimum-Wage PushDemocratic lawmakers in Carson City on Monday pointed to recent examples of short-term economic success following minimum wage increases elsewhere as they argued to do the same in Nevada.
Nevada Permits Young Soldiers to Carry Concealed WeaponsNevada is lowering the age requirement for permits to carry concealed weapons to 18 for active-duty soldiers and honorably discharged veterans.
Nevada to Shield Relocated Soldiers From End-Contract FeesMembers of the military being deployed or moved to a different base can get out of service contracts without penalty in Nevada under a law receiving final approval in the state capital.
Bills on Police Cams, Alternative Diplomas Sent to GovernorNevada lawmakers are sending more bills to Gov. Brian Sandoval as they count down the final days of the biennial session. Sandoval signed about 30 bills last week, including a ban on anti-gay conversion therapy and an expansion of state disability services to certain individuals under 60.
Nevada Senate Passes Insulin-Price Bill Tough on DrugmakersNevada state senators have passed a proposal aiming to force pharmaceutical companies to disclose how they set insulin prices.
GOP Lawmaker Restarts Nevada Bid for Insulin Price ControlsA Republican lawmaker in Nevada revived an attempt to impose price controls on insulin with a proposal Monday aimed at reining in prescription drug market middlemen.
Democrats Eye Minimum Wage Backup, Legislative ReviewsNevada lawmakers head into the final stretch of the session with a pledge to raise the minimum wage and two legislative reviews hanging in the balance.