Newly Elected Officials Sworn In On Vegas City CouncilWard 2 Councilman Steven G. Seroka, Ward 6 Councilwoman Michele Fiore and Department 3 Municipal Court Judge Cara Campbell were all sworn in at the meeting. They were elected to serve the people of Las Vegas during the June municipal elections. Also, new City Manager Scott D. Adams was officially sworn in.
Sandoval Vetoes Bill to Open 'Medicaid For All'The first Republican governor who opted to expand Medicaid has decided that Nevada will not be the first state in the nation to attempt to open the government-subsidized health care program to anyone, regardless of need.
Sandoval Weighs Bills for Clean Energy, Medicaid For AllNevada Gov. Brian Sandoval faced big decisions on the future of the state's energy and health care policies on Tuesday with several bills the Legislature sent to him in the final hours of the session.
Legislature Passes Uber Rules in Final HourNew oversight would be put on drivers for ride-sharing companies like Uber and Lyft under a bill the Nevada Legislature is sending to Gov. Brian Sandoval.
Legislative Leader Admonishes Manendo Amid Harassment ReviewThe leader of the Nevada Senate is admonishing Sen. Mark Manendo and promising an independent review of numerous allegations of sexual harassment filed against the Las Vegas Democrat this session will continue past adjournment.
Nevada Legislature Wraps Up With Significant Education BoostNevada lawmakers are agreeing to boost state education programs by more than $200 million with several bipartisan bills and a final budget agreement that will close out the 2017 session.
Nevada Lawmakers Reach Budget Deal, Revive Insulin BillNevada lawmakers approved a final budget deal Sunday night that would levy marijuana taxes, send more money to public education and avoid a massive funding shortfall — one day ahead of the Legislature's final deadline.
Nevada, Several States Moving to Expand Age Kids Must Be in SchoolA dozen states are trying to keep children in school longer, from making kindergarten mandatory to raising the legal drop-out age. But it's not an easy sell.
Sandoval Signs 65 Bills, Pledges to End Session on TimeNevada Gov. Brian Sandoval has signed about 50 bills into law as he continues broader negotiations with lawmakers heading into the final weekend of the 2017 legislative session.
Nevada Leaders Deal Blows to School Vouchers, Paid Sick TimeA feud between Nevada's political leaders threatened to derail their top legislative priorities and delay the state budget process Thursday following a stalemate in negotiations surrounding the state's unimplemented school voucher program.
Rules For Ignition-Interruption Devices In Hands Of GovernorA bill to regulate car shutoff mechanisms, also known as starter interruption devices, passed in the Nevada Legislature and now sits on Governor Brian Sandoval's desk.
Lawmaker Not Giving Up on Cutting Surprise Medical BillsA Nevada lawmaker changed strategies Tuesday after a decade of negotiations with hospitals and insurance companies have failed to produce a statewide ban on surprise medical bills.