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Lawmakers OK Proposed Birth Control, Mom AccommodationsWith 200 measures facing a midnight deadline, Nevada lawmakers on Tuesday passed several bills on women's issues including workplace accommodations for mothers and expanded access to birth control.
Nevada Democrats Want Say in Congress Hearing on Nuke DumpWith Congress talking about reviving a mothballed plan to entomb the nation's most radioactive waste in the Nevada desert, top state officials and most of its federal representatives are resuming a 35-year fight to block it.
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.
Cortez Masto Says She'll Seek Clean Energy, Broadband FundsSen. Catherine Cortez Masto says she plans to introduce legislation aimed at motivating more people and businesses to use renewable energy.
Nevada Voter Fraud Probe Finds 3 Voted Illegally in NovemberNevada's Republican secretary of state says three people who had not obtained citizenship by the 2016 election participated unlawfully in November.
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.
Rep. Titus: Immigration Orders Hurt Nevada TourismU.S. Rep. Dina Titus is calling the president's executive orders aimed at stricter immigration enforcement xenophobic policies that have hurt tourism in Las Vegas.
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.
State Senate Approves 50 Measures In One DayThe state Senate kept busy Monday, approving 50 bills and sending them to the Assembly.
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 Senate Signs Permission Slip for Las Vegas Light RailNevada senators are green-lighting a bill that would provide the permission necessary to build high-capacity systems of transportation in Las Vegas.
Nevada GOP Sen. Heller Faces Combative Town Hall CrowdNevada Republican U.S. Sen. Dean Heller distanced himself Monday from the Trump administration's immigration and health care policies at a sometimes combative town hall meeting with hundreds of critics.

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