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Republican Gov. Brian Sandoval signed SB139 into law Tuesday. The new law adds a person's "gender identity or expression" to the list of motivating factors interpreted as a hate crime.
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Every once in awhile I have to scoop some news stories together because they need to be known, but they are also probably too short for analysis on their own.
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For the sixth year, a public employee salary survey has been posted online, showing big bucks on government paychecks in many Nevada jurisdictions.
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The Nevada Senate has endorsed NV Energy Inc.'s plan to retire its coal-fired plants and pave the way for the state's biggest electrical utility to transition to more renewable sources.
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Eighth-grade teacher Matt Angelo quickly passes out textbooks to his students in preparation for lessons on the Holocaust in English Literature class during Teach For America Week at Dell H. Robison Middle School in Las Vegas Tuesday, April 30, 2013.
Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval campaigned for office on a platform of attracting new businesses to Nevada and reforming public education.
The Board of the Governor's Office of Economic Development last Thursday approved tax abatements for nine companies, creating nearly 330 jobs initially and increasing capital investment in Nevada by an additional $200 million.
"A unified, functioning bi-state agency is the best thing for the health and well-being of Lake Tahoe and the community at large," said Sen.
Nevada's state Senate on Monday, May 20, approved creating special identification cards that will serve as de factor driver's licenses for people living in the state illegally, The Associated Press reported.
China Spring and Aurora Pines are camps for boys and girls, respectively. They primarily handle youths from the Carson City-Douglas County area and rural parts of Nevada.
As the Legislature rushes to close its business in the final two weeks of its session, lawmakers and Gov.
U.S. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval today jointly called for the passage of a legislative proposal to accelerate the retirement of coal plants owned by NV Energy and to expand renewable energy development in Nevada in the coming years.
Nevada lawmakers are steamrolling into the final two weeks of the 2013 session - a time when action behind the scenes can move at a dizzying pace while the public process dissolves into a mode of hurry up and wait.
NV Energy's plan to shut down coal plants in Nevada moved forward today with strong support from some of Nevada's most influential politicians and business interests.