State Democratic lawmakers move ahead with public-option plans aimed at cutting costs for consumers; Republicans and industry groups call it overreach By Stephanie Armour and Jim Carlton| … [Read more...] about Future of U.S. Healthcare May Be Playing Out in Nevada
By Sean Golonka June 15th, 2021 - 2:00am The Nevada Inpendent From permanent expanded mail voting to the state public health option, the 2021 legislative session saw no shortage of … [Read more...] about Analysis: Which lawmakers were least likely to toe the Partyline?
Las Vegas Review-Journal June 13, 2021 - 9:00 pm It looks as if Nevada’s elections will run next year based on laws passed in Carson City, not Washington, D.C. Good. For months, national … [Read more...] about EDITORIAL: There is no need to federalize elections
Nevadans owe state Republican Senators a debt of gratitude. In case you missed it, last month the state’s Supreme Court ruled the power grab by democrats during the 2019 legislative session was … [Read more...] about It’s a Win! Senators go to Bat for Nevadans
CARSON CITY — With the end of the state’s moratorium looming, Nevada lawmakers unveiled a bill Thursday aimed at helping renters who are facing eviction when it expires. Assembly Bill 486 would … [Read more...] about Nevada eviction bill picks up when moratorium ends