Gov. Steve Sisolak announced Friday that he’d vetoed four bills passed during the 2021 Legislature, ranging from housing discrimination, tourism districts and the creation of legislative ethics commissions.
Nevada incubators and investment groups are looking forward to a change in private investment regulations known as blue sky laws through the passage of new legislation.
Gov. Steve Sisolak signed several public health-related bills, including state Democrats’ signature legislation establishing Nevada as only the second state in the nation to offer a public health care option.
Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak on Tuesday signed a bill into law that decriminalizes most minor traffic offenses , classifying them instead as civil infractions.
A new bill bans the irrigation of all “nonfunctional” turf in Las Vegas — decorative grass in medians, outside businesses and housing developments — by the end of 2026.
Some four years after Nevada saw its first legal marijuana sales, locals and tourists alike will soon be able to consume it in legal cannabis lounges.
Gov. Steve Sisolak on Friday signed a trio of bills that will “profoundly” affect Native Americans in the state, including waiving university fees for some native students and banning racially discriminatory school mascots and so-called “sundown sirens.”
Nevada lawmakers did away with the cumbersome caucus system in the recently concluded legislative session, but will Nevada’s first-in-the-nation primary law actually bear fruit?
More than half of all bills and resolutions introduced in the 2021 Legislature failed to pass. Here’s a few of them.
Gov. Steve Sisolak said Thursday in a wide-ranging, post-legislative session news conference with reporters that he will sign a public option health care bill in Nevada.
Lawmakers passed some 565 bills in the 2021 session, from expanding voting procedures and decriminalizing speeding tickets to banning certain types of weapons without serial numbers and raising taxes on the mining industry to fund education.
The 2021 Nevada Legislature’s signature heavy lift, a rewrite of taxes on the mining industry to channel more money to education, passed both houses on the last day of session Monday.
Lawmakers completed votes Sunday establishing publicly managed private health insurance options for lower-income individuals on the second-to-last day of the session.
Democrats in the Nevada Legislature unveiled a last-minute bill in the waning days of the Legislature that would raise the taxes paid by mining companies as part of their push to increase state revenues and better fund education.