Aaron Ford for Attorney General Campaign Announces Professional Fire Fighters of Nevada Endorsement
Today, the Professional Fire Fighters of Nevada announced their endorsement of Senate Majority Leader Aaron Ford in his campaign to become Nevada’s next attorney general.
Aaron Ford for Attorney General Campaign Announces IBEW Local 357 Endorsement
Today, the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 357 (IBEW Local 357) announced their endorsement of Senate Majority Leader Aaron Ford in his campaign to become Nevada’s next attorney general.
Aaron Ford for Attorney General Campaign Announces NSEA Endorsement
Today, the Nevada State Education Association (NSEA) announced their endorsement of Senate Majority Leader Aaron Ford, a former public school teacher, in his campaign to become Nevada’s next attorney general.
Aaron Ford for Attorney General Campaign Announces Peggy Yang as 2018 Campaign Manager
Today, Aaron Ford announced that his campaign for Nevada attorney general will be managed by Peggy Yang, an experienced leader with an extensive background in successful Democratic campaigns.
AARON FORD TELLS U.S. ATTORNEY GENERAL JEFF SESSIONS & THE TRUMP ADMINISTRATION TO STAY OUT OF NEVADA’S MARIJUANA BUSINESS
Following the news that U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions made the misguided decision to rescind the Cole Memo, an Obama-era policy that provides states with legalized marijuana some certainty about enforcement of federal prohibition, Aaron Ford, senate majority leader and candidate for Nevada attorney general, made the following statement:
Aaron Ford Responds to Attorney General Laxalt’s Failure to Fight Against Trump’s Health Care Sabotage
Senate Majority Leader and candidate for attorney general Aaron Ford released the following statement today on a news report that Attorney General Adam Laxalt ignored a request by Nevada’s health insurance exchange to join a lawsuit to protect state insurance markets from attempted sabotage by the Trump Administration.
Early Study Gives Vegas Police Body-Cam Program Good Marks
The first police officers to wear body cameras in Las Vegas were much less likely to use force and slightly more likely to issue citations and make arrests than others, according to a yearlong study when the program started.
Study: Body-worn cameras reduced Metro's use-of force
A study conducted by CNA, a nonprofit research firm, the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, and the Las Vegas Metropolitan police department found that the implementation of body-worn cameras reduced the number of use of force incidents, found officers and community members more accountable and increased efficiency within the department.
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