Last week, Gov. Joe Lombardo departed Nevada for a trip to Texas and a trade mission in Canada. Soon after, on Monday, Lt. Gov. Stavros Anthony left the Silver State for a trip promoting Nevada tourism in Mexico.
Más de 100,000 nevadenses que habían perdido su cobertura de Medicaid porque no retornaron su documentación de renovación han sido reingresados en el programa de seguro de salud financiado por el gobierno, informaron funcionarios estatales este 15 de septiembre.
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As the nights lengthen and summer fades into autumn, Northern Nevada housing advocates are calling on their leaders to prioritize preventing weather-related deaths, although local government officials say one of the major proposals is unworkable for now.
By the end of 2021, Nevada’s incarcerated population reached its lowest level in two decades at less than 10,400 people, down from a recent peak of more than 14,000 in 2016, according to data published by the Nevada Department of Sentencing Policy.
There’s just seven days until government funding lapses, and with House Republicans yet to pass a spending bill, federal agencies are preparing to close. The last government shutdown — the longest in U.S. history — lasted 35 days in 2018 and 2019.
AAA Scholarship Foundation CEO and President Kim Dyson told The Nevada Independent in an email this week that the organization received 270 self-identified transfer applications between Aug. 10 and Sept. 11.
More than 100,000 Nevadans’ who were disenrolled from Medicaid after a system glitch have had their coverage reinstated, temporarily providing them with insurance while the state works to resolve the error.
During a legislative update meeting Monday hosted by the Division of Health Care Financing and Policy, state officials said that part of the funding solution will arrive in the form of a newly implemented provider tax on private hospitals.