A pair of bills in the Nevada Legislature would ban the death penalty in Nevada, but they face an uncertain future even among Democrats.
Proposals that could allow for a safe injection site pilot program and significantly alter medical pricing in Nevada were introduced Monday among 91 new bills.
With a bill-introduction deadline looming on Monday, Carson City lawmakers are bracing for a long day.
Nevada lawmakers are making another attempt to decriminalize more minor traffic offenses with a bill that looks to have a better chance of passage this year than similar efforts in prior years.
Democratic leaders in the Nevada Assembly unveiled legislation Wednesday that would make universal mail-in-voting permanent in Nevada, except for people who decide to vote in person.
Senate Bill 153 would put Nevada on a path to observe either daylight saving time or standard time year round, avoiding the “archaic” semiannual clock switching.
Landlords opposed a bill that would automatically seal eviction records for nonpayment of rent during the ongoing pandemic and require landlords to give some tenants longer notice for a no-cause eviction.
Democratic state lawmakers will propose using federal pandemic stimulus to bolster summer school programs to help students recover from a year of learning lost to pandemic restrictions.
Twelve newcomers to Carson City — two in the state Senate, 10 in the Assembly — will join the Nevada Legislature when it convenes on Feb. 1.