Nevada’s presidential primary saw low turnout, as anticipated, but served as an important test for upcoming elections.
Attorneys for the six Republican electors who were indicted by a grand jury in December said the case should be dismissed because the alleged crimes did not take place in Clark County.
Joe Biden’s aptly misnamed American Rescue Plan, passed in 2021, dedicated $350 billion for state and local governments to stem budget losses due to pandemic business closures and subsequent tax shortfalls.
A Nevada working group will study the benefits of psychedelic medicine, such as magic mushrooms or “shrooms,” and make recommendations for future policies.
The latest report on how poorly U.S. students are performing in math also includes an easy way to improve classroom learning.
The Democratic Attorney General has been mum about his plans, but sources confirmed an investigation into Nevada’s six Republican electors who declared Trump the winner in 2020.
The state argues in a District Court filing that Esmeralda County sheriff Nicholas Dondero failed certification as a peace officer and has to leave office.
“Office Space” maybe a funny movie, but the government’s version is no laughing matter.
Nonpartisan voters make up the largest voting bloc in Nevada, but they can’t participate in the primary process. A ballot initiative could change that.
Twenty candidates filed to run in Nevada’s presidential primary, though some big-name GOP candidates opted for the state-run caucus instead.
R.I.P. defund the police.
Aliens and Cowboys: A fitting theme for the 58th Pahrump Fall Festival. The four-day event ended Sunday in Petrack Park. The weather was decent. The rodeo was reportedly a sold-out event. And the town of Pahrump did a solid job organizing and promoting the event.
An executive committee member said the county party is a private organization and the goal is to keep the party’s business within the party.
It’s a lot easier to support liberal policies when you don’t have to live with the results.
The officers and directors of the club expressed concerns about the Nevada Republican Party’s plans to hold a caucus alongside the state-run primary.