The government investigation is slowing delivery of solar panels from Asian countries, preventing domestic companies from installing the systems.
Gary Martin is the Washington correspondent for the Review-Journal covering Congress. He previously served as political and government editor for the San Antonio Express-News. He has worked at newspapers in Texas and Arizona. Martin received a journalism degree from Colorado State University.
Congresswoman Dina Titus is demanding a halt to Bureau of Land Management roundups of wild horses until an investigation into a virus outbreak is completed.
In Washington, protesters demonstrated for abortion rights, while politicians in Nevada disagreed over the effects of overturning Roe v. Wade.
Bradley Crowell has been nominated by President Biden to serve on the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.
Nevada would not be affected by the Supreme Court ruling to overturn the precedent law of 1973, because the right was codified by statute in 1990.
The Senate confirmed Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court on Thursday, shattering a historic barrier by securing her place as the first Black female justice.
Nevada will receive $89 million this year as part of a $20 billion allotment for public transit upgrades and improvements that were included in the bipartisan infrastructure law.
Two Nevada lawmakers have filed bipartisan legislation in the Senate and House that would increase access to doctors, clinicians and specialists in the state and elsewhere.
Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson moved closer to Senate confirmation when two GOP senators said they would vote for the first Black woman to sit on the high court.
President Joe Biden’s proposed taxes on oil and gas could discourage efforts to increase supply, industry officials say.
The administration’s budget is facing headwinds in Congress because of a new tax on millionaires that Biden says will lower the deficit over the next decade.