A conservative group has formed a recall committee to attempt to kick Gov. Steve Sisolak out of office, a nascent effort largely motivated by fear of losing rights under recent gun control legislation.
While fighting a Democratic plan to stave off a scheduled decrease in the payroll tax, Republicans were also offering to vote for an increase in the state sales tax.
A bill to require organizations that donate more than $10,000 to a candidate in any election cycle was approved by the state Senate on Monday.
The much-debated public records bill that was considered all but dead last week is headed to the governor’s desk, clearing the Nevada Legislature just 30 minutes before the close of session.
The first major overhaul of Nevada’s education funding formula in more than five decades is itself getting a re-write in the Assembly Ways & Means Committee on the session’s final day.
The Nevada Legislature passed the first of five budget bills on Sunday, a move that signals the beginning of the end of the 2019 session that’s set to close at midnight Monday.
Democrats amended a school funding bill to add dollars for a private school scholarship program favored by Republicans and make other changes to get the bill through with less than a day of session remaining.
The Nevada Legislature approved a bill that would compensate people who were wrongfully convicted of crimes for the time they spent behind bars.
The Senate on Sunday approved a much-debated bill aimed at making it easier for the public to obtain or view official records from government agencies, sending the bill to the Assembly with a unanimous vote.
The close of the biennial session of the Nevada Legislature is near: Here are some signs to watch for as the final day winds down in Carson City.
A gun control bill that would ban bump stocks and enact “red flag” provisions to take guns away from people who may pose a threat to others passed the Legislature on Saturday and is now headed to Gov. Steve Sisolak’s desk.
Nevada lawmakers gathered Saturday to remember Assemblyman Tyrone Thompson, who died last month. Two new purple rose bushes in front of the Legislature now honor him.
Gov. Steve Sisolak signed a bill that increases government secrecy, but won’t get a chance to sign another that would have improved access to public records.