REP. KIHUEN: ACA REPEAL SPELLS DISASTER FOR NEVADA

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WASHINGTON, D.C.  – Representative Ruben J. Kihuen issued the statement below following the Congressional Budget Office score of H.R. 1628 the Obamacare Repeal Reconciliation Act of 2017: “House and Senate Republican’s are willing to do whatever … [Read more...]

Standing up for Nevada’s Veterans

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By Dean Heller WC: 565 As a senior member of the U.S. Senate Committee on Veterans’ Affairs and representative of more than 300,000 veterans living in Nevada, I am always working to address the problems that continue to plague one of our … [Read more...]

Faraday Future scraps APEX, for now

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Media sites were abuzz Monday, as a statement from Faraday Future (FF) shut down hopes of an economic boost to Southern Nevada. Amidst financial troubles, which have been evident for the past few months, FF is putting their plans for a … [Read more...]

How to Reduce College Costs with the Silver State Matching Grant Program

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By Nevada Treasurer Dan Schwartz Although saving for college may be daunting, the Nevada State Treasurer’s Office is here to help families get started. We created The Silver State Matching Grant Program, in partnership with the SSGA Upromise 529 … [Read more...]

Amended “Move Over” Law, Including NDOT Vehicles, Goes into Effect July 1

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An amended “Move Over” law, including Nevada Department of Transportation (NDOT) vehicles, goes into effect July 1. Nevada Revised Statute 484B.607 requires drivers to slow down, proceed with caution, and, if possible, move to the far lane when … [Read more...]

Nevada Joining Forces Focuses On Aggressive Drivers

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More than two dozen law enforcement agencies statewide will be Joining Forces to crack down on drivers exceeding speed limits or driving too fast for road conditions. Between June 10 – 28, 2017 law enforcement statewide will join forces in an effort … [Read more...]

AB 17 Signed into Law, Amends “Move Over Law” to Include NDOT Vehicles

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The Legislature has amended the “Move Over Law” to include Nevada Department of Transportation (NDOT) vehicles. Governor Brian Sandoval today signed Assembly Bill 17 into law to include department vehicles performing construction, maintenance or road … [Read more...]

Letter to the editor-Assemblyman Jim Marchant

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Letter: President Donald Trump swept into office promising to restore much needed economic growth to the nation. Making good on that promise, he recently announced, “Lowering the overall tax burden on American business is big league... that's … [Read more...]

Law Enforcement Aim to Stop Pedestrian Deaths

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Officers Urge Pedestrians and Motorists to Obey Rules of the Road  In Las Vegas, NV the number of pedestrian deaths statewide for 2017 has reached 23, that is 23 too many. Beginning April 16 through April 30, agencies will be Joining Forces in the … [Read more...]

State Stewardship Program

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The State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO), Nevada Site Stewardship Program, is pleased to announce a site stewardship basic training class to be held at the Mesquite Recreation Center at 100 West Old Mill Rd, Suite 1, on April 29 from 9:00 a.m. … [Read more...]