Another State Protects Birth Control Access From Congressional GOP Attack
With Obamacare under attack by the Trump administration and congressional Republicans, state legislators are emerging as defenders of the health-care law's no-copay requirement on contraceptives.
Nevada ratifies Equal Rights Amendment on 45th anniversary of passage by Congress
The Nevada Senate on Wednesday put an exclamation point on the state’s ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment, 45 years to the day after it was passed by Congress and sent to states.
Thirty-five years past a deadline set by Congress, Nevada ratifies the Equal Rights Amendment
The moment felt historic enough that some lawmakers in Nevada's Capitol autographed paper copies of the resolution.
Nevada’s state Assembly voted Monday 28-14 to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment — 35 years past the deadline set by Congress and four decades since the last state voted to adopt its language.
Sandoval Signs Bills Supporting Law Enforcement, First Responders
Governor Brian Sandoval on Wednesday signed six bills into law, including two measures supporting law enforcement and first responders, a bill creating the Nevada Sentencing Commission, and legislation to enhance safety regulations and background check requirements for commercial child care facilities in Nevada.
Nevada Democratic leaders tout bill to support first responders
People who commit felonies against first responders and target them because of the jobs they do would face enhanced penalties under a bill introduced Thursday in the state Senate.
Nevada Senate OKs internet privacy bill
The Nevada Senate unanimously approved a bill Monday requiring internet providers and website operators to tell Nevada consumers what information they gather from users and how that data is used.
Nevada Senate panel hears bill on internet privacy rules
Internet providers and website operators would have to provide notices on what information they gather from Nevada consumers and how that information is shared under a bill heard Wednesday by a Senate committee.
Nevada Senate Leader Proposes Internet Privacy Regulations
Nevada's Senate leader introduced emergency legislation Thursday that would mandate websites to disclose what types of personal information they collect in the state.
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