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Patchwork state laws fail medical marijuana patients

Jeff Krajnak did multiple tours in Iraq and Afghanistan as a Navy Seabee. After 15 years of service, his squad was hit with an...
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Nevada unions condemn Supreme Court’s “extreme decision”

In Nevada, workers can already opt out of paying union dues and still reap the benefits of better wages and benefits and job security...
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Weed legal, but can still separate families

Smoking marijuana cost Las Vegan Frederica Ballard what she says she prizes most – her two youngest children.“My children were stolen and that’s not...

Metro to decide on $500,000 settlement from 2010 Taser death

The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department's Fiscal Affairs Committee is expected to decide Monday whether to approve a settlement in the 2010 death of...
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Nevada ill-equipped to house youth offenders

If a teenage girl in Nevada was convicted as an adult, the options for housing her in a correctional facility would be segregation or...
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Crime victims program still reaching out to find Route 91 survivors

It seems like a straightforward enough, albeit lofty goal: Get all the survivors of the mass shooting referred to as 1 October to register...
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Despite defeat, Langford and supporters hopeful for reform

Robert Langford entered the race for District Attorney at the last minute, when the “progressive” candidate suddenly backed out of challenging incumbent Steve Wolfson. ...

Plea deal raises questions about ties between cops and pimps

Note: The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department is under investigation by the FBI for allegedly protecting certain pimps at the expense of their competitors. ...
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Daughters of police, judges lured into prostitution

Las Vegas Justice of the Peace Melanie Tobiasson says she gave Metro Police detectives a road map that may have prevented three murders involving...
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DA primary reflects Democrats in transition

In the 1980s, a group of centrists, including a young governor from Arkansas named Bill Clinton, formed the Democratic Leadership Council. Its goal was...

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