Follow the Money: Breaking down more than $1 million in union and labor group spending on legislative campaigns
Bill to give tenants more notice before evictions faces pushback from landlords who say it makes renting unviable
Behind the Bar: Should inmates get minimum wage? Plus plans to address learning loss, an esports commission and Carson City Restaurant Spotlight
In this edition: Can either Assemblywoman Annie Black or a federal lawsuit open the Legislature to the public? Plus, details on a bill to pay inmates the minimum wage, a proposed esports commission and legislative Democrats’ plan to offset educational losses during a year of COVID. Carson City Restaurant Spotlight makes a triumphant return.
Natha Anderson followed her parents’ footsteps in another significant way — as a fourth generation educator. She initially resisted the career after seeing her parents spend weekends at their schools trying to get everything done, but it was a required college class in English education leadership that shifted her view.
Years-long legal battle over Opportunity Scholarship growth freeze continues in the Nevada Supreme Court
Behind the Bar: Mining tax Q&A, legislators go viral on TikTok and more Native representation in naming geographical sites
In this edition: Recapping a Q&A with the head of the state mining association, how one lawmaker went viral on TikTok and details on a bill aimed at getting more Native American involvement in the naming of geographical places. Plus, a look ahead at this week’s major bill hearings.