The lawsuit said the proposed $24.6 billion merger would increase grocery prices, stifle competition and harm workers by decreasing their leverage while negotiating for fair pay and benefits.
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None of Nevada's six delegation members are planning to retire; barring a surprise retirement (or more likely an election loss), retirements represent an opportunity for them to raise their profiles within their committees.
In this week's Indy Education newsletter, read about a Carson City senior who's on track to graduate after experiencing a set back due to cancer. Plus, Storey County schools are getting a new superintendent.
Ethics cases can cover a wide range of campaign activities: from police and fire chiefs using their uniforms to campaign and endorse other candidates, using public employees’ staff time toward a re-election bid or using a county law enforcement notification app for political promotions.
Among the key takeaways: Ford and Yeager reported the highest aggregate value of trips provided to them, followed by Republican Lt. Gov. Stavros Anthony, whose travels to Greece, Germany, Mexico and some U.S. destinations came with $15,000 worth of covered costs.
Five years after state lawmakers passed a bill for a "modified" community solar program in the state, NV Energy has not reached the minimum construction standards set by the bill and enrollment in the program is lagging.
The Senate’s $95 billion national security supplemental — passed with bipartisan support early Tuesday with funding for Ukraine, Israel, Gaza and Taiwan — was always going to be a tough sell in the House.
During the Esmeralda County Board of Commissioners’s Feb. 5 meeting, Mary Jane Zakas presented a letter from the Esmeralda County Republican Central Committee requesting to recall Elgin. Commissioners also discussed possible budget cuts to the elections department.
The organization backing the petitions, Fair Maps Nevada, began pushing the proposed ballot measures late last year — the third attempt by the group to put an independent redistricting commission before voters in as many election cycles.
The event is the second community listening session of the Nevada Democracy Project — an initiative focused on civic engagement and community conversations, produced by The Nevada Independent in partnership with Vegas PBS — that is focused on youth issues and election questions.
The nearly 100 items listed across six pages also underscore the political fights he will likely continue to wage against a Democrat-controlled state Legislature, including efforts to expand school choice and repeal criminal justice reforms.