Soon after this morning’s video update, the Clark County Education Association released this flash, announcing a lawsuit against the Nevada State Education Association. CCEA’s elected officers again denied any intention to disaffiliate. Details about the suit will follow as soon as they are available.
One of the most obviously cruel parts of the new Cassidy-Graham health care repeal bill is that it would take money away from America's neediest by slashing federal Medicaid spending nationwide. The measure not only proposes deeper cuts...Show More Summary
States like Arizona, Louisiana, and Nevada would be punished by the Republican health care plan. So why are Republicans from these states supporting the plan?
A first-term Nevada state lawmaker from Las Vegas says he'll run as a Democrat next year against the incumbent Republican secretary of state. Assemblyman Nelson Araujo (ah-RAU'-hoh) made the announcement … Click to Continue »
By Sean Jones: The Nevada State Athletic Commission executive director Bob Bennett says the judge that scored last Saturday’s fight between Saul Canelo Alvarez and Gennady “GGG” Golovkin in favor or Canelo by a 118-110 score will beShow More Summary
Adalaide Byrd, the judge who awarded a score of 118-110 in Canelo Alvarez's favour on Saturday as he and Gennady Golovkin fought to a split draw, has been stood down by the Nevada State Athletic Commission. According to Jack de Menezes...Show More Summary
Bob Bennett, executive director of the Nevada State Athletic Commission, has defended judge Adalaide Byrd's controversial scoring of Gennady Golovkin 's split draw with Saul Alvarez on Saturday as a "bad day." In a closely fought contest...Show More Summary
Nevada State Athletic Commission insists Adalaide Byrd's track record as a judge trumps any questions over Saturday night's scoring.
From Torsten Sløk: In Vermont almost 50% of households that make between $100,000 and $200,000 own stocks. For similar households in Louisiana, Mississippi, Nevada, Utah, and West Virginia the stock ownership percentage is closer to 30%, see chart below. Show More Summary
"... a state legal body said this week, opening a new front in what is already a booming pot business," The Hill reports.None of the four other states where marijuana is legal for recreational use — Washington, Colorado, Alaska and Oregon — currently allow so-called pot lounges. Show More Summary
Recreational weed was legalized in Nevada last year. Now, the Silver State wants to become the first state in the U.S. to have marijuana lounges. Per a decision by Nevada’s Legislative Counsel Bureau, current recreational marijuana legalization laws do not have an explicit prohibition on marijuana lounges or similar facilities. Show More Summary
State officials say a growing number of workers may be behind a slight increase in the Nevada statewide jobless rate in August, to 4.9 percent. The Nevada Department of Employment, … Click to Continue »
Former Nevada state Treasurer Kate Marshall says she's running for lieutenant governor. In an announcement Wednesday, the Democrat from Reno pointed to her experience as a federal antitrust attorney and … Click to Continue »
The state of Nevada is preparing a public information campaign to address the use of marijuana by pregnant women and highlight the potential harm the drug can do to a … Click to Continue »
A state senator who helped legalize recreational marijuana in Nevada says he's optimistic residents and tourists will be allowed to smoke pot in lounges and other public places next year … Click to Continue »
The top Democrat in the Nevada Legislature says he's running for state attorney general. Senate Majority Leader Aaron (AE'-ron) Ford said in a campaign website posting on Tuesday that he … Click to Continue »
Nevada wants to back out of an agreement to designate a toxic mine a priority U.S. Superfund site — a move critics warn could leave state taxpayers on the hook … Click to Continue »
It's the #1 flattest state. The top 10 are: Florida Illinois North Dakota Louisiana Minnesota Delaware Kansas? Texas? Nevada Indiana Florida also has the second longest coastline (after Alaska).
The Public Utilities Commission of Nevada (PUCN) unanimously approved a draft order on Friday that establishes new rules and regulations for how net-metered solar customers will be compensated in the state, bringing an end to nearlyShow More Summary
A Nevada businessman who became state treasurer two years ago said Tuesday he'll seek the Republican nomination for governor. Dan Schwartz, who made his announcement at a golf course in … Click to Continue »