The Nevada Independent

Your state. Your news. Your voice.

The Nevada Independent

Abortion

Abortion providers prepare for expected influx of patients seeking care in Nevada

Last week, Gov. Steve Sisolak signed an executive order offering protections for anyone seeking or providing abortion services within the state. 

Newsletters

The Daily Indy
Sent each morning, our flagship newsletter includes a quote of the day, notes from the editor, our latest stories and op-eds, info on upcoming events and featured social media posts from around the state.
Indy 2022
Compiled by The Indy's elections team, this newsletter rounds up the latest news and trends from the 2022 Nevada campaign trail.
¿Qué Pasó en la Semana?
Un resumen de noticias el lunes por la mañana, notas de reporteros, fotos destacadas y avisos comunitarios. Todo, dedicado a servir al público de habla hispana de Nevada.
Indy Environment
Written by land and water reporter Daniel Rothberg, this weekly newsletter is a roundup of environmental goings-on in Nevada and the West.
Indy Gaming
Written by gaming and tourism reporter Howard Stutz, this weekly newsletter highlights national and international gaming issues and how they tie back to Nevada.
DC Download
Assembled by our Washington, D.C. reporter Humberto Sanchez, this Saturday morning missive recaps the recent activities of Nevada's congressional delegation.
Sound Check!
A monthly newsletter featuring the best of the IndyMatters podcast, extended interviews, photo galleries and staff recommendations on pop culture media.
Behind the Bar
Comprehensive, accessible coverage of the 2021 Legislature. Subscribe for twice-a-week updates on legislative matters, plus notes on key issues and interviews.

On the Record: Where do top candidates stand on abortion?

Though abortion rights in the Silver State have been protected by state law for more than 30 years, the outcome of the state’s congressional and Senate and gubernatorial elections will likely have implications for abortion protections.

In pro-choice Nevada, obscure law sends women to prison for late-term pregnancy loss

Nevada is a firmly pro-choice state with the protections from Roe v. Wade enshrined in state law and the majority of Nevadans consistently polling in favor of reproductive rights. But it’s the only state in the country that can imprison people for terminating a pregnancy under certain circumstances, according to Laura FitzSimmons, the Carson City-based lawyer now representing Frazier pro bono.

7455 Arroyo Crossing Pkwy Suite 220 Las Vegas, NV 89113
© 2022 THE NEVADA INDEPENDENT
Privacy PolicyRSSContactJobsSupport our Work
The Nevada Independent is a project of: Nevada News Bureau, Inc. | Federal Tax ID 27-3192716