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Nevada Gold Mines, union agree to new three-year contract

After Nevada Gold Mines was formed in 2019, management stopped recognizing a union and was taken to court. This week, the company and the union negotiated a new contract.


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Cannabis companies trying to limit penalties, fees charged by state regulators

Layke Martin, executive director of the Nevada Cannabis Association, presented SB195 to the Senate Commerce and Labor Committee on Wednesday, a bill that also would place a 30-day limit on the number of days that the Cannabis Compliance Board (CCB) has to approve a plan of correction or else it would be automatically deemed approved.

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