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LV Council candidate testifies on rehab conflicts, slams former company

“Solutions and Desert Hope are best-in-class facilities.”That’s what David Marlon said when the Current asked last year about questionable practices at the Las...
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Laxalt lands job with GOP-friendly D.C. law firm

Time to play "Where are they now?"Adam Laxalt, former Nevada attorney general and Republican candidate for governor who was defeated by Steve Sisolak last...
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O’Rourke stresses unity in Nevada campaign swing

Standing atop a folding chair inside a packed living room, Beto O’Rourke painted himself as a bridge-builder who is running for president not just...
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Nevada’s blue wave has a green glow

In 2012, several Nevada legislators were fined because they failed to report using campaign contributions to pay for rent and food and other expenses...
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Gillibrand talks immigration policy during first Nevada stop

Four days after its official launch, Kirsten Gillibrand brought her presidential campaign to Las Vegas for a policy discussion with local legal professionals who...
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LV Ward 3 candidates agreeable in town hall

You won’t find rows of cookie-cutter stucco houses with tile roofs in Marycrest, Beverly Green, John S. Park and the other vintage neighborhoods Las...
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Democrats plan early voting, ‘virtual caucus’ for 2020

On Wednesday, the Nevada State Democratic Party released its plan outlining changes to Nevada’s caucus process in an effort to increase participation and rebuild...
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Six candidates in municipal races fail to file disclosures, face fines

With less than two weeks to go until municipal primary election day on April 2 in Las Vegas, North Las Vegas and Henderson, several...
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LV council sets Ward 2 special election to coincide with general election

On the bright side, Steve Seroka resigned at a convenient time.The Las Vegas City Council Wednesday voted to hold a special election to replace...
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From ‘too radical’ to mainstream: Sanders makes his Nevada debut

In his first visit to Nevada as a 2020 presidential candidate, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders made clear he intends to highlight the same issues...

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