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Trauma Advisory Board rendered irrelevant by law won’t go away

Southern Nevada hospitals that applied for designation as Level III trauma centers will have to start the process anew, thanks to a bill passed...
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Next round of pot fees allocated toward rehousing homeless families

The Clark County Commission Tuesday approved $6.1 million generated from marijuana license fees to help pay for rapid rehousing programs, which could create about...
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Cortez Masto wants to shrink schools’ carbon footprints

WASHINGTON -- Nevada Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto (D) introduced legislation Tuesday that seeks to upgrade infrastructure and reduce emissions at public schools.Her bill,...
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Ford and 21 other attorneys general tell Senate to protect elections

The U.S. Senate must act to protect the 2020 elections from interference, Nevada Attorney General Aaron Ford and attorneys general from 21 states said...
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Nevada adds retailers, more drug companies to opioid lawsuit

A federal suit filed by former Gov. Brian Sandoval’s administration against Purdue Pharma will now include McKesson Corporation, Cardinal Health, AmerisourceBergen Drug Corporation, Walgreens,...
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Workers at Sunset Station vote to unionize

Sunset Station Hotel & Casino has become the fifth Station Casinos property where workers have voted to unionize over the past three years.According to...
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Lee’s amendment funds medical positions at DeVos’s expense

The U.S. House Wednesday adopted an amendment to a Labor-Health and Human Services-Education appropriations bill to help hospitals and care facilities take on more...
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Despite pushback from Realtors, Sisolak signs tenant protections into law

Despite public pressure from Realtors, Gov. Steve Sisolak signed legislation Wednesday to lengthen the time frame of evictions and provide tenant protections.Last minute...
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‘Far left’s politics’ ruled legislative session, Republican lawmaker says

This week Gov. Steve Sisolak has signed a slew of bills into law, and more are scheduled to be signed over the next couple...
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Nevada state employees win right to bargain collectively

In what a state employee organization called “the largest expansion of collective bargaining rights for state workers in 16 years,” Gov. Steve Sisolak Wednesday...

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