Attorney General Laxalt’s “AG for a Day” tour will stop in Fallon on Aug. 1 at noon for a Fallon Rotary Club luncheon open to the public at Stockman’s Steakhouse.
Since space is limited, those interested are encouraged to RSVP to Monica Moazez at MMoazez@ag.nv.gov. If interested in participating in the rotary luncheon, the cost is $15.
“Last year’s ‘AG for a Day’ tour afforded my office the unique opportunity to interact with Nevadans all over the state and to discuss the services we offer,” Laxalt said. “Ensuring that my office can be responsive to the needs of our constituents and be of assistance is the ultimate goal of this tour.
“Based on the feedback from last year, we are excited to launch a new series of informational presentations on this year’s tour, and hope that Nevadans will take advantage of this opportunity and join us at our stops.”
Laxalt will be accompanied by members of his staff representing major divisions within the Office of the Nevada Attorney General and present on topics affecting local residents.
Collectively, the presentations will discuss free civil legal services for military, public lands, guardianship and elder exploitation, taxation, consumer fraud, senior safety tips, identity theft as well as domestic violence and services for victims.
Following the presentations, Laxalt and his staff will listen to concerns and be available to answer any questions.
The idea of bringing the office to different locations originated in November 1968 when Nevada Gov. Paul Laxalt, Adam Laxalt’s grandfather, created his “Capital for a Day” tour. With members of his cabinet, Gov. Laxalt traveled the state to identify issues and form responsive solutions for the state.
In keeping with this tradition, Laxalt launched his first “AG for a Day” tour last year and met with residents in 16 counties and cities.
The 2017 tour has stops about once or twice a month in different locations and commenced June 8 in Ely. The tour will continue throughout Northern Nevada, concluding in the south.
For more information, visit www.ag.nv.gov.
The Office of the Nevada Attorney General contributed to this story.