Although there was not a count on how many times Las Vegas Aces head coach Bill Laimbeer’s hair was mentioned during the game, the score was clear, 86-82 in favor of Las Vegas. A’ja Wilson celebrated her birthday with an epic win in the Wubble. The Aces took on the Los Angeles Sparks with more »
The Folded Flag Foundation is hosting 51/49 raffles online during the Stanley Cup Playoffs when the Golden Knights appear during the Round Robin Series. The first raffle tickets can be purchased online at www.foldedflag.bump5050.com from Aug. 6 to 11:59pm PT Aug. 10. The drawing of the winning ticket will be streamed live and announced on more »
Part of the Gov. Steve Sisolak’s proposed plan to make up for the budget shortfall is changing eligibility of the Millennium scholarship.
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Mid June, Nevada Highway Patrol leadership implemented a ban on symbols affiliated with far-right extremist groups, then quickly reversed the ban after criticism that it was overly broad by an employee union, according to The Nevada Independent.
A bill created by House Democrats in response to nationwide protests calling for police reformation has been stalled due to lack of bipartisan consensus.
A letter led by Sen. Jacky Rosen was sent to Gov. Steve Sisolak, Assembly Speaker Jason Frierson and state Senate Majority Leader Nicole Cannizzaro requesting the removal of the Sen. Pat McCarran’s statue from the U.S. Capitol. Additionally, the letter, co-written by Rep. Steven Horsford, supports a name change of the McCarran airport.
A law written by Justice Neil Gorsuch protects workers from being fired, discriminated against, or turned down from a job based on their sexual orientation.
Assembly Speaker Jason Frierson revealed that bill AB478, requiring annual police training on de-escalation, racial profiling and implicit bias, is not being enforced.
In a press conference in Reno, Gov. Steve Sisolak addressed the violence that occurred Saturday, March 30. “As governor, I encourage folks to exercise their peaceful First Amendment rights to protest,” he stated.