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Washington analyst notified Nevada regulators of suspicious rise in THC

An analyst’s presentation to Nevada’s Marijuana Enforcement Division in September prompted the state to launch an investigation into possible THC manipulation at cannabis laboratories....

City estimates 1 in 5 inmates are homeless but doesn’t know...

The City of Las Vegas’ Department of Public Safety roughly estimates that one in five people incarcerated at the city jail are homeless.That number,...

Trump rule could end food stamp access for more than 30K...

WASHINGTON — The Trump administration this week finalized a regulation that could knock nearly more than 30,000 Nevadans off food stamp benefits. It’s one of...

Bill would reduce prescription drug prices, too bad GOP is blocking...

Amid the ongoing health care debate in Washington, the House of Representatives will soon consider game-changing legislation that would provide relief to the American...

All the times Donald Trump has never been corrupt

Donald Trump wasn’t withholding military aid from Ukraine because he wanted to force Ukraine to get on the stick and call Joe Biden a...

Cannabis a risk to fetal development, says UNLV School of Medicine...

Daily use of marijuana during pregnancy may lead to an increased risk of low birth weight, low resistance to infection, and can “disrupt the...

LV advances homeless ordinance despite ‘no past problems’ cleaning sidewalks

At a public discussion on an ordinance that would further restrict sleeping and camping on sidewalks during cleaning hours, Las Vegas Mayor Pro Tem...

Senate confirms Trump’s new energy secretary

WASHINGTON — The Trump administration has a new head of energy policy, no thanks to Nevada’s senators.The U.S. Senate voted overwhelmingly Monday to confirm...

U.S. Supreme Court may sidestep a big Second Amendment fight

WASHINGTON — A high-profile gun rights case argued before the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday might be dismissed with little fanfare. The justices heard an...

State to weed buyers: Caveat emptor

Consumers in Nevada paid $170 million in marijuana taxes during the first two years of legal recreational sales.  Some of that money was to...

Groups seek to transform ‘failed’ immigration debate

A new migrant justice platform led by a nationwide alliance of immigrants rights groups is calling for a departure from a “failed” comprehensive immigration...

Housing, eviction sealing and social services offered at homeless event

Monday night, 40-year-old Saran Cruz slept in a halfway house. In the three years he has been homeless in Las Vegas, he has bounced...

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