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Supreme Court police plan gets initial legislative nod

The Supreme Court’s plan to create its own security force got an initial nod from a legislative subcommittee Friday. Fiscal staff told the panel the plan will cost a total of $431,239 over the biennium to pay for 2.5 positions. That should translate to three people including the one existing officer currently funded from other sources who would be chief of the force. “I think they’ve demonstrated the need,” said Assemblywoman Lucy Flores, D-Las Vegas, subcommittee chairwoman. She was joined by Senate Majority Leader Mo Denis, D-Las Vegas, who made the motion. Justice Michael Douglas said after the hearing the …

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