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The vote upheld the clerk’s decision that ballot initiative had an insufficient number of signatures in support, in addition to textual differences between the submitted petition and the circulated petition.
A Nevada internet provider won a $27 million federal grant to bring high-speed internet to technologically underserved Lovelock, Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced Thursday in a swing through Reno.
Backers of a historic North Las Vegas ballot initiative seeking rent control are calling for a review of the city clerk’s determination that the petition was “insufficient” and, therefore, cannot be placed on the November ballot.