Election 2018
Amodei, chamber express concerns about Trump's tariffs
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Humberto Sanchez
Government

Kavanaugh's 2013 ruling advancing Yucca complicates calculus for Heller

With the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to join the Supreme Court, Nevada’s senior senator must decide whether to support a nominee who issued a pivotal decision on the state’s most explosive political issue: Building a national nuclear waste repository at Yucca Mountain.
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Amid a lawsuit, top official amends controversial Pahrump water ruling

In December, State Engineer Jason King placed strict regulations on the construction of new domestic wells that tap into Pahrump’s aquifer, where there are more rights to water than the amount of runoff that flows into the groundwater basin, according to the state’s hydrologists. Last week, King, Nevada’s top groundwater regulator, amended his original ruling.
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