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.
Nevada lawmakers voted to shield certain industries from coronavirus-related legal liability and require hotels and casinos to enact worker protection measures after days of complicated negotiations.
Protesters gathered at Reno City Plaza to voice their concerns about Assembly Bill 4, which allows for mail-in voting in Nevada.
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.
OPINION: Republicans of all stripes must look at their efforts and decide whether those efforts effectively get Republicans elected.
Mining’s constitutional tax caps could be changed by any of three measures that will be advancing to the 2021 session of the Nevada Legislature.
State lawmakers passed a bill Sunday that would add Nevada to a growing list of states that will mail all active voters ballots ahead of the November election amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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.