April 6, 2021
Attorney General Aaron Ford on Friday asked the Senate Judiciary Committee to give his office the power to conduct “pattern and practice” investigations into the policies and conduct of law enforcement agencies in Nevada.
Members of the money committees on Wednesday balked at the plan to put $8 million in federal COVID-19 funding into the Donor’s Choose Internet platform after being told that organization would get more than $1 million of the funding in overhead costs.
Nevada lawmakers on Wednesday heard three proposals about changing liability laws and helping fire-fighting agencies coordinate their responses.
Gov. Steve Sisolak on Wednesday signed legislation creating the treasurer’s program to provide special bank accounts to help the disabled.
The Nevada Senate on Friday approved legislation restricting the governor’s ability to make appointments to the Public Employee Benefits Program board.
Nevada lawmakers are now considering whether to make people who undertake organized harassment — commonly known as doxxing — legally accountable for their acts.
The Nevada Assembly voted Tuesday to abolish the death penalty.
The Legislative Building is reopening this coming week — with restrictions.
Senate and Assembly members of the money committees split Tuesday over the governor’s proposed deep cuts to state support for the China Spring and Aurora Pines youth camps in Douglas County.