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Weekly, Jones complain Opportunity Zones miss the mark

Clark County commissioners Justin Jones and Lawrence Weekly want to know who designated the low-income areas chosen by the state as eligible for a...
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Lee, Titus condemn $1 wild horse sale

Nevada Democratic Reps. Susie Lee and Dina Titus signed on to a letter Monday objecting to the U.S. Forest Service’s impending plan to sell...
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Las Vegas Council approves pot lounges

Tourists who are prohibited from consuming cannabis in their hotel rooms will soon have places to partake.  The City of Las Vegas approved marijuana...
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Governor appoints attorney to fill Nevada Gaming Commission spot

Gov. Steve Sisolak appointed Rosa Solis-Rainey of Henderson to the Nevada Gaming Commission Tuesday.Solis-Rainey will replace Sandra Douglas Morgan, who left the Gaming Commission...
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Cortez Masto pens letter to CFPB director, blasts latest assault on ageny’s mission

Nevada Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto, Ohio Sen. Sherrod Brown and several of their Democratic colleagues are demanding that trends and disparities in mortgage credit...
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Las Vegas does not love Starbucks as much as you think

Thanks a latte, bad data!If you think that pun is cringeworthy, don’t blame the Nevada Current. Blame ApartmentGuide for forcing us to write that...
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Labor coalition defends lobbyist, fears chilling effect

A complaint filed with the state against a legislative lobbyist for her interpretation of a court order could prevent others from speaking their minds...
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Sisolak donates salary to schools, as promised

Following up on a campaign promise, Gov. Steve Sisolak announced Wednesday he is donating his salary to Nevada’s schools.In a letter to the...
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Horsford promotes Democratic bill to reform Social Security

The first meaningful reforms of Social Security since 1983 would increase benefits, reduce taxes for millions of Social Security beneficiaries, set new minimum benefit...
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AG’s former law firm to represent state against opioid industry

Attorney General Aaron Ford’s former law firm will represent the state in its lawsuit against opioid manufacturers, distributors, marketers and sales outlets.  Eglet Prince,...

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