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Nevada Business Journal
New This Month
American businesses are finally emerging from the recession - some of us survived bruised and battered, others didn't make it and some companies managed to succeed by a combination of business smarts, ruthless cost-cutting and just plain luck.
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Nevada considering bar rules for marijuana lawyers
Nevada Bar Association President Alan Lefebvre said Thursday the request submitted this week seeking expedited state high court action comes with private and public attorneys unsure whether they can advise clients how to handle a medical marijuana law that takes effect April 1. The law, passed by the state Legislature last year and signed by ... (more)
23 hrs ago
The Las Vegas Sun
M Resort's Marnell named to Nevada Athletic Commission
Gov. Brian Sandoval has named Las Vegas gaming executive Anthony Marnell III to the state Athletic Commission that regulates boxing and other unarmed combat events.
Wed Mar 12, 2014
The Las Vegas Sun
Arizona company can use Bank of Nevada name, board rules
The state Board of Finance has ruled the Bank of Nevada may retain its name even though it is run by an Arizona company.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
Sparks Assemblyman Ira Hansen chooses to go to trial over trapping citations
The feud between Assemblyman Ira Hansen, R-Sparks, and the Nevada Department of Wildlife - alive for more than three decades - will return to the political landscape on May 27. That's the tentative date when the assemblyman - who represents much of rural Nevada - will go on trial in Churchill County for placing snare traps to catch bobcats too ... (more)
KLAS-TV Las Vegas
Deadline Looms for Uninsured Nevadans
Thousands of people are still no closer to coverage, in part due to website problems.
The Modesto Bee
Elko City Council takes up pot dispensaries
The Elko Daily Free Press reports the City Council will take up the issue Tuesday at the request of Police Chief Ben Reed.
Reid plots to block potential 2016 foe
The shrewd Senate majority leader is putting the strength of his formidable political machine behind a Democratic candidate for lieutenant governor whose fate could have major implications for Reid's own three-decade congressional career.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
The Las Vegas Sun
Boulder City bypass project hits snag with naturally occurring asbestos discovery
Discovery of naturally occurring asbestos in the soils in a section of the proposed Boulder City bypass will cause a delay in the project as the state conducts a more comprehensive study.
Las Vegas Review Journal
Concern over federal road funds delays action on research project
The state Transportation Board delayed action Monday on a research project that would cost the agency $1 million over four years because of concerns about the availability of federal road funds beginning later this year.
Nevada health exchange mulls extending sign up deadline
Nevada is considering an extension of the enrollment deadline for people still having issues with its embattled health insurance exchange.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
AG was right to withdraw defense in marriage suit
There is no question anymore that the U.S. Supreme Court will have the last word on same-sex marriage.
Elko County will hear pro-Yucca Mountain backers
Elko County has joined a half dozen other rural Nevada counties that are not ready to close the door on jump-starting proposals to store nuclear waste at Yucca Mountain 90 miles north of Las Vegas.
IBM Smarter Cities spreads in Northern Nevada
It started as a pitch for one smarter city. One year after winning an IBM challenge, however, the proponents behind Reno's successful Smarter Cities proposal are thinking big.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Sandoval files for re-election: 'My intention is to serve a full four years'
Gov. Brian Sandoval filed for re-election Friday, pushing back on speculation he might run for the U.S. Senate in 2016 by saying he intends on serving all four years as governor if re-elected.
The Las Vegas Sun
Sandoval says he plans to stay 4 years if re-elected
Gov. Brian Sandoval today filed for re-election to a second term and said he intends to serve a full four years.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Nevada economy on upswing, no budget cuts
Republican Gov. Brian Sandoval gives his State Of The State speech in front of a joint session of the Nevada Legislature in Carson City on Monday, Jan. 24, 2011.
Carson City JobConnect Launches Campaign to Find Opportunities for Jobseekers
In an effort to put more Nevadans back to work, Nevada JobConnect is hosting a special campaign in Carson City, Douglas County, and Lyon County to get more employers to list their job openings with the state's One-Stop Employment Centers.
The Paramus Post
Governors Martinez, Sandoval & Fortuno Announce Expanded RSLC Future Majority Caucus Board
Today the Republican State Leadership Committee announced an expansion of the Future Majority Caucus board to support RSLC's efforts to recruit, train and support diverse candidates and elected officials running for office at the state level.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Capital City Arts Initiative brings professional artists, writers to schools
During this school year, Dayton and Silver Springs students are being treated to lessons with local, national and international professional artists, scholars and writers.