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Nevada, Virginia, Illinois sue to have ERA recognized as 28th amendment

Nevada is working alongside Virginia and Illinois to fight to ensure the Equal Rights Amendment becomes the 28th Amendment to the Constitution. After Virginia voted...

NV rural schools marked by low incomes, poor college readiness, report says

Students in Nevada rural communities are less college-ready than rural students in any other state, and their family incomes are the second-lowest of all...
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Which Nevada woman should grace a new U.S. quarter?

So who still has that fold out map with all the state quarters?State quarters were fun. Nevada’s has three mustangs (the horses, nor the...

McCarran among airports with most TSA civil rights complaints

WASHINGTON -- Nevada’s McCarran International Airport has the dubious distinction of being on a top 10 list for allegations of violations of civil rights...

Delegation highlights legislative efforts during Pride Month

During Pride Month, Nevada’s congressional delegation is touting support for the LGBTQ community through legislation that protects access to housing, employment and public accommodations....

Ballot question on state constitution’s same-sex marriage ban coming in 2020

A resolution to amend the Nevada Constitution to recognize all marriages regardless of gender is headed to the 2020 ballot.The Senate passed Assembly...

Spearman testifies to congressional panel on ERA

Democratic state Sen. Pat Spearman testified Tuesday in front of the House Judiciary subcommittee’s first hearing on the Equal Rights Amendment in 36 years....

Nevada is a bad place for babies, report says

Economic insecurity and the litany of risk factors associated with it mean Nevada is considered one of the worst states in the country for...
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Social, economic factors affect health more than health care, report says

Income, housing, institutional racism and other social and economic conditions have more impact on health than health care, according to a Center on Budget...

Candidate brings discussion of inequality, social justice to LV mayor’s race

Hauling a blue wagon behind him, Minister Vance “Stretch” Sanders strolls up to the steps of Las Vegas City Hall, unloads a portable podium...


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