Daily Update- October 13, 2020 Eviction Moratorium, Federal Updates

With Nevada’s eviction moratorium expiring in two days, the State is reminding Nevadans that federal rental protections from eviction remain in place after the expiration of Nevada’s statewide moratorium on October 15 and that state and local financial and mediation resources are available for homeowners, landlords and tenants impacted by COVID-19. The state continues to offer rent and mortgage payment assistance, and SB1 from the 32nd special session allows for a stay of eviction proceedings while mediation is pursued. More information, as well as a list of available resources can be found HERE.

Federal Updates

Election Preview: Rep. Steven Horsford looks to hold off challenge from Jim Marchant in Congressional District 4 (NV Indy)

 After decades of backing Republican presidential candidates before swinging blue for Obama, Clinton, Washoe again a battleground in 2020 (NV Indy)

Election Preview: Susie Lee, Dan Rodimer face off in pricey bid for 3rd Congressional District (NV Indy)

Trump to campaign in Nevada on Sunday (LVRJ)

Cortez Masto Supports Improving Health and Safety Around the Senate ComplexCortez Masto Applauds College of Southern Nevada’s Inclusion in Drone Training Program

Rep. Susie Lee Highlights College of Southern Nevada Mariachi Plata During Latinx Heritage Month

Agency and Local Government Updates

Attorney General Ford Announces Certificate of Innocence for Cathy Woods Following Wrongful Incarceration

Secretary Cegavske Issues Statement on Ballot Material Errors in Lyon County and Humboldt County

Division of Industrial Relations announces citations, compliance rates for COVID-19 safety measures for week of October 5-9

Nevada Department of Education Receives Federal Grant to Support Student Mental Health


Articles of Interest

More details emerge from NV Energy’s rare electricity conservation request from August (NV Indy)

Voters rush to deliver mail ballots in Clark County (NV Indy)

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