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Can you guess which Nevada cities are best at responding to the census?

A third of Nevadans have already responded to the 2020 census but response rates vary dramatically by city, according to numbers released Tuesday by...
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The census is counting on you. Don’t let them down.

This week marked the kickoff of the census, the decennial counting of humans aged zero to however-old-the-oldest-person-is.Here’s what you need to know: What to expect The...
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What funds education in Nevada? Mostly sales tax.

Nevada relies heavily on regressive sales tax to fund its K-12 education system, a new report makes clear.The Nevada Legislature last year passed an...
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So. Nevada among metro areas still lacking Covid-19 test kits

As Covid-19, also known as the coronavirus, makes its way around the world, health officials in Las Vegas, a global tourism hub, still lack...
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Task force on HIV decriminalization off to slow start

Six months after Gov. Steve Sisolak authorized the creation of an Advisory Task Force on HIV Exposure Modernization to examine Nevada’s antiquated laws, the...
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State worker bargaining rights advance

Collective bargaining for state health workers and peace officers took a step closer to becoming a reality Tuesday when the Government Employee-Management Relations Board...

Weed whistleblower turns to FBI

Nevada's federally-prohibited marijuana industry and the agency that regulates it, the Nevada Department of Taxation, have caught the generally unwelcome attention of the FBI,...
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Watchdog committee on cannabis industry quietly disappears

How should THC content in cannabis be measured?  What’s an acceptable daily intake of pesticides for an adult consuming marijuana?  How about an acceptable...
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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....
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Failed to cancel those so-called free trial subscriptions? You’re not alone

$7.99 to Amazon.  $19.99 to the Wall Street Journal.  Another $9.99 to Amazon.  Those are just a sampling of charges for so-called free trial subscriptions...

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