Nevada has reached a $193 million settlement with Teva Pharmaceuticals in an opioid-related lawsuit, the attorney general’s office announced.
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Nevada senators didn’t hold a vote Thursday on public financing that would bring the Oakland A’s to a new stadium at the Tropicana resort site.
A bill closing a tax loophole revealed by a Review-Journal investigation passed the Legislature on its last regular session day and awaits action by Gov. Joe Lombardo.
Nevada is the first state in the nation to give a local water agency the power to limit individual home water use.
State senators peppered supporters of the Oakland A’s stadium project with questions during a hearing in a special session. A vote could come Thursday.
Senate Bill 274 is on Gov. Joe Lombardo’s desk, and it includes several changes to Nevada’s worker’s compensation system.
The Nevada Legislature uses tax dollars to investigate its own lawmakers but blocks the public release of information about the investigations.
Nevada is one of only 23 states that only restricts felons from voting while they’re actually serving time.
The state ethics commission’s executive director accuses Gov. Joe Lombardo of committing multiple ethics violations, including misusing his badge and uniform while campaigning for governor.
Gov. Joe Lombardo has signed a proclamation to convene the Legislature at 10 a.m. Wednesday to take up public funding for a proposed A’s ballpark.
Assembly Bill 524, a bill that directs utilities to build more in-state power generation, passed with overwhelming support on the last day of the legislative session.
The bill would have earmarked up to $380 million in public funds for the construction of the A’s $1.5 billion Strip ballpark on the site of the Tropicana.
Nevada officials say the company is evading state regulations by making quick stops in California without picking up customers during trips to Las Vegas.
The Nevada Assembly amended an education bill sought by Gov. Joe Lombardo on Sunday night, a sign that a deal to close the 2023 session may have been struck.
Gov. Joe Lombardo vetoed a bill that would have criminalized participating in a fake-elector scheme; here are six things to know about that veto.