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Horsford, Titus step up rhetoric but stop short of calling for impeachment

“I’ve read the report and it is clear that obstruction of justice occurred by this White House," Rep. Steven Horsford said in a statement...

Judge chokes back tears testifying on imprisonment of innocent man

Clark County District Judge Doug Herndon is uniquely qualified to testify about a bill before state lawmakers designed to compensate people who are wrongfully...

A car wreck, an angry Nevada inventor and the fate of Roe v. Wade

WASHINGTON -- What could legal battles over a fatal 1968 car crash and a rich Nevada inventor’s income taxes mean for the stability of...
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Rosen to Homeland Security: “Tell it like it is on family separation”

Immigrant parents and children are still being separated daily at the Mexican border, acting Homeland Security Secretary Kevin McAleenan admitted under questioning from U.S....

Ballot question on state constitution’s same-sex marriage ban coming in 2020

A resolution to amend the Nevada Constitution to recognize all marriages regardless of gender is headed to the 2020 ballot.The Senate passed Assembly...
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Nevada may enact new regulations on lawsuit cash advances

Nevada may become one of a handful of states to enact explicit regulations overseeing businesses that offer cash advances to plaintiffs of pending lawsuits,...
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Nevada bans trans, gay panic defense

Nevada has become the fourth state to prohibit using the “trans panic” and “gay panic” defense in court.Senate Bill 97, which was signed...
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Nevada Supremes rule in favor of judge and against discipline process

Judges in Nevada cannot be forced to answer questions under oath about potential discipline matters before being formally charged with a violation.  The Nevada...
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Criminal justice overhaul bill passes judiciary committee on party-line vote

The long-awaited criminal justice overhaul bill was voted out of the Assembly Judiciary Committee on a party-line vote with 10 Democrats in favor and...

Panel to take on reforming Nevada’s antiquated HIV criminalization laws

During the height of the HIV/AIDS epidemic in the late 1980s, more than 67 laws were enacted across the country to criminalize and prosecute...


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