Nevada Supreme Court Must Review State’s Experimental Execution Protocol

LAS VEGAS—The execution of Scott Dozier was put on hold Thursday, Oct. 9, after Clark County District Court Judge Jennifer P. Togliatti enjoined the Nevada Department of Corrections from administering a paralytic as the final drug in its experimental … [Read more...]

Kihuen Press Release

WASHINGTON, D.C – On Oct. 10, Representative Ruben J. Kihuen joined leaders from community health centers at Hope Christian Health Center in Southern Nevada to call on Congress to extend the Community Health Centers Fund (CHCF) to make sure Nevadans … [Read more...]

REP. KIHUEN HONORS VEGAS SHOOTING VICTIMS ON HOUSE FLOOR

Today, Congressman Ruben J. Kihuen spoke on the floor of the U.S House of Representatives to honor victims, first- responders and doctors affected by the Las Vegas shooting on October 1st, 2017. Below are excerpts of his remarks as prepared: “Mr. … [Read more...]

GOV. SANDOVAL ISSUES WEEK OF RESPECT PROCLAMATION

Earlier this week Gov. Brian Sandoval issued a proclamation declaring Oct. 3-7 Nevada’s annual Week of Respect, providing an opportunity to support community building and respect in the state’s schools. Schools and districts across the state have … [Read more...]

LTE – Fiore

Dear Editor, It’s no secret that our taxes do more to harm Nevada taxpayers than to help us. As a former member of our State assembly, and a sitting member of the Las Vegas City Council, I’ve seen families consistently held back by high taxes. The … [Read more...]

Marijuana resolutions calmly passed by Council

Unlike the last few council meetings when marijuana-related issues were on the agenda and the meetings lasted a few hours, Tuesday’s meeting was short and without much discussion as the council passed two ordinances dealing with marijuana. The … [Read more...]

Giunchigliani, Laxalt about to announce candidacy

By Jackie Valley, Riley Snyder and Michelle Rindels The Nevada Independent https://thenevadaindependent.com/article/prospective-gubernatorial-candidates-hint-at-entering-states-top-race-next-week Monday promises to be a “special” day for two … [Read more...]

Council and Tech Review meetings cancelled

Due to the city of Mesquite hosting the Nevada League of Cities Annual Conference, the Oct. 3 Technical Review meeting and the Oct. 10 Regular City Council meeting have been cancelled. The next Tech Review is on Tuesday, Oct. 17 at 1:30 p.m. and … [Read more...]

BLM – Grazing Permits

The Bureau of Land Management announced a new initiative today to provide grazing permit holders an unprecedented level of flexibility in the management of livestock while also protecting the public lands.  This effort emphasizes the Trump … [Read more...]

Some “minor changes” at Nevada’s Gold Butte national monument could be a benefit to the long-term prospects of the city of Mesquite.

The Las Vegas Review-Journal reported on Monday that U.S Senator Dean Heller (R-Nev) mentioned to reporters that he was informed by Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke there will be some adjustments to Gold Butte as well as Basin and Range monument in … [Read more...]