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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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Report reaction: Cortez Masto ignores Trump’s behavior; Titus unloads on it

Nevadans on Capitol Hill are expressing diverse reactions to Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report.U.S. Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto wants to know what President...
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Trump tax act’s Opportunity Zones come knocking, but to whose benefit?

A Trump administration tax break designed to spur investment by the affluent in low-income neighborhoods may be rewarding investors for infusing their money into...
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Four wheelers win contest against tortoises at county commission

On Tuesday, Clark County commissioners voted unanimously to ask Congress to designate nearly 110,000 acres of public lands for off-road vehicle use as part...
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Segerblom chides landlords to maintain properties

On Monday Commissioner Tick Segerblom called on landlords who fail to provide basic maintenance and upkeep of their buildings to bring their properties up...
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Bernhardt confirmed as Trump’s Interior Secretary

WASHINGTON -- The U.S. Senate voted Thursday to confirm David Bernhardt, a former oil and mining lobbyist and George W. Bush administration official, to...
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Light rail proposal derailed: RTC opts to support rapid bus instead

Turned off by its $1 billion price tag and inflexibility, the Regional Transportation Commission board on Thursday voted unanimously to support a rapid-transit bus...

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