Nevada Senate passes sick leave bill
The Nevada Senate on Tuesday passed SB196 mandating certain Nevada businesses provide employees with sick leave.
Lawmakers want to require paid sick leave in Nevada
A bill mandating private employers provide workers with paid sick leave was introduced Thursday in the Nevada Senate.
States Pushing Fiduciary Rule Standards
While industry attention remains laser-focused on the Department of Labor fiduciary efforts, states are sneaking into the regulation game with bold moves.
Investors would benefit from bill
Senate Majority Leader Aaron Ford recently presented Senate Bill 383, a measure aimed at ensuring financial planners, advisers and broker-dealers are required under law to put the interests of their clients first when investing their savings. This requirement is commonly known as the Fiduciary Rule.
Nevadans Can Take a Stand Against Conflicted Financial Advice
Testimony Before the Nevada Senate Committee on Commerce, Labor and Energy
#NVLEG SENATE MAJORITY LEADER AIMS TO ANSWER THAT WITH SB 383
Who can you trust? Before he left office, President Barack Obama answered a question many investors ask with a new fiduciary rule requiring all financial advisers to put their clients’ interests first. Yet since President Donald Trump has taken office, he’s been trying to prevent this rule from being implemented.
Bid to restore felons’ voting rights draws broad support
A bill that seeks to restore voting rights for certain felons is drawing diverse support from groups including the Washoe County Public Defender’s Office.
Law requires all Nevada officers to wear body cameras
Governor Brain Sandoval signed a bill into law requiring all law enforcement officers statewide to wear a body camera.
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