Nevada Lawmakers Race to Vote on Measures Ahead of DeadlineNevada lawmakers will race to amend and vote on hundreds of bills Monday and Tuesday ahead of a deadline to pass legislation out of the chamber in which it was introduced.
Nevada Senate OKs Bill to Give Inmates Choice on Pet CareCorrections officials would have to ask Nevada jail and prison inmates what they want to happen to their pets while they're incarcerated under a bill state senators passed Thursday.
Las Vegas Diabetics Call for Lower Insulin Prices at CapitalDiabetics visiting the state capital are calling on lawmakers to address growing insulin prices they say put thousands of lives at stake.
Tax Increase Yields $4.6M for Vegas Stadium in First MonthTaxpayers contributed more than $4.6 million for an NFL stadium in Las Vegas during March, when an increase on area hotel taxes went into effect to cover the state's share of the project.
Nevada Senate Approves Bill for 3 Paid Sick Days YearlyNevada would become the eighth state in the U.S. requiring many private companies to give workers paid sick leave under a bill passed by state senators on Tuesday.
Nevada Lawmakers Seek End of Garlic, Alfalfa Advisory BoardsGarlic and onion, alfalfa seed and organic crop advisory boards are getting chopped at the Nevada Legislature.
Nevada Legislature Considers Police Body Cams, Gay MarriageLawmakers feel the Nevada Legislature taking full swing this week as they plan for dozens of crucial floor votes and iron out policies proposals they hope to send soon to Gov. Brian Sandoval.
Nevada Democrats Get Behind Time Limits to Test Rape KitsNevada Democrats are moving forward with a plan to impose time limits on police departments as well as crime laboratories to test rape kits.
Gutted Bill: Nevada Can Still Put Inmates in Private PrisonsDemocratic lawmakers are abandoning a bid to remove Nevada inmates from private prisons after pushback from corrections officers.
Democrats Cancel Assisted-Suicide Hearing, Opponents AmassFrustrated after Democratic lawmakers cancelled debate for the second time this week, patients and doctors rallied Wednesday at the Nevada Legislature against a proposal to legalize physician-assisted suicide.
Sandoval Signs Law for Transgender ID in Foster, Court CareNevada Gov. Brian Sandoval has signed into law a measure mandating foster care facilities and juvenile courts treat transgender children as their identifying gender.
Lawmakers Face Deadline With Minimum Wage Bills in BalanceLawmakers have planned for a jam-packed week of hearings and committee votes as they approach their first strict deadline.