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              Nye County residents submit petition to put brothel ban to a vote on heels of similar effort in Lyon
              Megan Messerly
              April 17th, 2018 - 11:07am
              A group of residents submitted a referendum petition Tuesday morning to ban brothels within Nye County limits, inspired by a similar measure filed earlier this month in Lyon County.
              Sisolak, Giunchigliani both say they'll oppose retail choice ballot question after voting for it in 2016
              Riley Snyder
              April 17th, 2018 - 10:21am
              Nevada’s top two Democratic candidates for governor say they oppose a major energy ballot initiative in 2018, despite both voting for it in the previous election.
              Amodei says he is horrified by Comey comments about Trump
              Humberto Sanchez
              April 17th, 2018 - 2:45am
              Rep. Mark Amodei says he was aghast at what former FBI Director James Comey said about President Trump ahead of the release of Comey’s tell-all book, but the Nevada congressman noted that he didn’t hear anything that was criminal.
              Follow the Money: Congressional, Senate hopefuls roll in cash during first three months of 2018
              Riley Snyder, Michelle Rindels and Megan Messerly
              April 17th, 2018 - 2:30am
              Candidates for Nevada’s four congressional seats and U.S. Senate seat reported their fundraising totals and spending over the first three months of 2018 on Monday, the Federal Election Commission’s filing deadline for quarterly campaign finance reports.
              States accuse Arizona water agency of gaming Lake Mead, undermining Colorado River drought plans
              Daniel Rothberg
              April 17th, 2018 - 2:15am
              The Upper Colorado River Commission said the actions of one Arizona water agency could threaten efforts to conserve water and prevent Lake Mead from going into shortage for as long as possible. It could, they wrote, also undermine a decade of broader collaboration intended to avoid costly litigation between Colorado River users.
              Revised count of recall signatures targeting state senator still below threshold for special election
              Riley Snyder
              April 16th, 2018 - 7:42pm
              A revised count of signatures on a petition to recall a Democratic state senator will still fall just short of qualifying for a special election.
              After killing a Nevada wind project last year, conservationists gear up for a bigger battle
              Daniel Rothberg
              April 16th, 2018 - 2:30am
              Crescent Peak Renewables, LLC, a large-scale wind project, wants to site about 160 turbines in an area of the Mojave Desert that environmentalists, who are pushing to get federal protections for the region, want to protect. The dispute between environmentalists and clean energy companies — natural allies on issues like climate change — reflects a broader tension about where to build renewable projects.
              Mold likely culprit for issues plaguing workers in state's largest Southern Nevada building
              Riley Snyder
              April 16th, 2018 - 2:15am
              State officials said this week that at least ten workers in the building have filed initial workers compensation claims related to respiratory and other symptoms, and that a new report by an internal medical specialist received last week found likely traces of the water-loving mold in the 22-year-old building.
              About Last Week: Rosen targets Hispanic vote in new ad, school district pushes registration for next year
              Jackie Valley
              April 16th, 2018 - 2:00am
              Southern Nevada students still have six more weeks before summer, but the Clark County School District is already reminding parents to enroll their children for next year.
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