El desproporcionado impacto de COVID-19 en las comunidades de color provocó que los legisladores de Nevada calificaran el racismo como una crisis de salud pública, durante el último día de la 32ª sesión especial.
Senate reverses parts of 2019 police reform bill, removes protections for officers under investigation
Lawmakers in Nevada’s Senate and Assembly this week passed a controversial measure to remove protections for law enforcement officers.
Lawmakers in the Senate introduced a bill during the 32nd special session that would halt some evictions in the state, passing it with bipartisan support.
Senate passes bill to tax mining companies at higher rate, met with little support in public comment
Collecting money from the mining industry is back under discussion for the 32nd special session.
More than 50 demonstrators lined the street in front of Sweet Tahoe Time, an ice cream shop in Kings Beach, California, on Tuesday to protest the owner.
Senate Republicans shoot down bill that would have brought in nearly $55 million from mining industry
The Assembly introduced, added an amendment and voted within three hours on a new bill, Assembly Bill 4, to reduce deductions from mining companies.
Senate argues about business closures, votes to sweep capital projects funding and waive requirements for Millennium Scholarship
The Nevada Senate voted on two bills on Monday, the only two bills to be introduced and passed by the senate so far.
The Sparks City Hall was vandalized in the early morning hours after the city’s current and former mayors defended recent police actions.