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‘No outrage. No concern. No action. Just more silence.’

“Do we care about the lives of incarcerated people?” The question, which was asked Thursday by Leslie Turner with the Progressive Leadership Alliance of Nevada’s...
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Nevada gets $1.6 million in iPhone ‘batterygate’ settlement

Nevada will collect nearly $1.6 million as part of a multistate settlement with Apple, Inc., Attorney General Aaron Ford announced Wednesday.The settlement requires Apple...
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Families of incarcerated call for action, transparency as Covid cases soar

Update: After this story was published, the Nevada Department of Corrections announced in a press release late Friday afternoon that 424 of the 525...
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Balancing the bench: Several public defenders win judicial races

Back in October, the Mass Liberation Project along with the UNLV Black Lives Matter movement hosted a panel discussing the role of judges in...

The Supreme Court could strike down Obamacare. Here’s what’s at stake.

The fate of the sweeping 2010 health care law known as Obamacare is again in limbo, with the Supreme Court on Tuesday set to...

Inmates eligible for stimulus checks but must apply, and deadline looms

A September federal court ruling opened the door for inmates to apply for the $1,200 coronavirus relief stimulus money. But a quickly approaching Nov....
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Closure of Ely prison draws ire from legislators

Lawmakers on Thursday grilled Nevada Department of Corrections staff over its abrupt and quiet closure of Ely Conservation Camp in July.NDOC Director Charlie Daniels...
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Trump already packed the courts; Biden should reform them (but he won’t)

Republicans say if Joe Biden is elected president he’ll “pack” the U.S. Supreme Court with “radical left” judges.Welcome to another installment of “If only...

Clark County urged to declare racism a public health crisis

In an echo of efforts in 70 other cities and counties across the nation, the Clark County Commission was urged Tuesday to consider a...
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City Jail announces spike in Covid cases, 43 inmates presumed positive

At least 43 inmates at the City Jail are presumed positive for Covid-19, the City of Las Vegas announced late Friday afternoon. The entire unit,...

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