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Freshman Orientation: Duy Nguyen brings immigrant background to Assembly

Assemblyman Duy Nguyen represents Assembly District 8 in Las Vegas, which became the largest Asian, Pacific Islander (API)-populated district after redistricting in 2021.

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A look at Lombardo's budget: Record savings, K-12 spending bump

The proposal, which was released Monday evening alongside the governor’s biennial State of the State address, sets the general fund budget at $11 billion over the next two years, an increase of more than $1.7 billion over the current two-year state budget.

Lombardo promises tax cuts, sweeping K-12 spending boost in State of the State speech

During his inaugural State of the State speech, Lombardo announced details of his proposed two-year $11 billion budget, shared Tesla’s plans for a $3.5 billion manufacturing facility in Northern Nevada and pledged to provide raises and bonuses for state employees, although to a lesser extent than former Gov. Steve Sisolak proposed last month. 

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