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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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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Nevada Senate Majority Leader Aaron Ford introduced an emergency bill on Thursday designed to strengthen internet privacy in Nevada. If passed the bill would require operators of websites or services to provide a notice of user’s personal information that is collected by the site.

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Patients notched a rare win over the pharmaceutical industry Monday when the Nevada Legislature revived a bill requiring insulin makers to disclose the profits they make on the life-sustaining drug. In a handful of other states, bills addressing drug prices have stalled.

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