Manendo Resigns After Sex Harassment Review ConcludesNevada Sen. Mark Manendo, D-Las Vegas, has resigned following an investigation into claims that he sexually harassed female staffers.
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.
Additional Harassment Complaints Filed Against Vegas SenatorDemocratic Sen. Mark Manendo is resigning his chairmanship of the Senate Transportation Committee while an independent investigation into the alleged sexual harrassment complaints continue.
Nevada Senate Leader Proposes Internet Privacy RegulationsNevada's Senate leader introduced emergency legislation Thursday that would mandate websites to disclose what types of personal information they collect in the state.
Nevada Senate Honors Former Members Smith, McGinnessThe Nevada Senate is honoring two former members with inductions to the upper chamber's hall of fame.
Legislators Start Work, Nevada's 1st Black Speaker ElectedNevada's 63 state legislators are beginning the biennial lawmaking process to negotiate a state spending plan that could surpass $8 billion.
Las Vegas State Senator Jumps From GOP to Non-PartisanA Nevada state senator says she's changing her party affiliation from Republican to non-partisan in hopes that it'll help get things done in the 2017 Legislature.
Heck on Trump: We Could Lose 30 Seats in the HouseA recording from a private Las Vegas event last week reveals more about Republican Rep. Joe Heck's fears that Donald Trump will hurt him in his tight Nevada Senate race.
Balance Of Power At State LegislatureGOP could take control of Nevada Senate in Tuesday election
Primary Election May Change LegislatureBalance of power could shift
Final Day For Legislative SessionThe fate of some bills remain up in the air as the Legislature winds down.
State Senate Considers Late Voter RegistrationNevada voters would be able to register up to the Friday before an election under a bill being considered by a Senate committee.

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