The G3Wire- August 12, 2022

Election Update

October 22 – November 4: General Election Early Voting

November 8: General Election

Active statewide voter registration numbers as of July 2022:

  • Democrat: 598,542
  • Republican: 547,842
  • Nonpartisan: 530,941
  • Independent American: 78,341
  • Libertarian: 16,121
  • Other: 47,099

82nd Legislative Session Update

Nevada’s 82nd Legislative session will begin on February 6, 2023. As of August 12th, there are 294 BDRs (Bill Draft Requests) listed on the legislature’s website. 

Federal Updates

Cortez Masto and Rosen Announce Funding to Support Low Emission Buses Across Nevada

Cortez Masto Introduces Bill to Increase Benefits for Veterans With Service-Related Medical Issues

Senator Rosen, Congresswoman Lee Hold Roundtable to Discuss Their Bipartisan Legislation to Tackle Nevada’s Doctor Shortage

Rosen-Backed CHIPS and Science Act Signed into Law

Rosen Votes to Pass Inflation Reduction Act

Titus Responds To CBS Coverage Of Wild Horses

Titus Highlights Southern Nevada Cybersecurity Initiatives

Rep. Titus Raises Concerns On The Impacts Of Climate Change In The West At White House Meeting

Rep. Titus Announces $23.9 Million For Infrastructure Improvements In Las Vegas

Mark Amodei Reacts to Mar-a-Lago Raid: “Anything that gets uber-politicized gets ruined”

Horsford Introduces Legislation to Protect Worker Data in Unemployment Systems

Updates from the Governor’s Office

Governor Sisolak announces appointments for July

Governor Sisolak announces award recipients of $8.5 million in graduate medical education funding

Governor Steve Sisolak releases video message to families, school staff ahead of first day of school

State Agency and Local Government Updates

DHHS: New website available to help Nevada Medicaid members maintain health insurance

DHHS: Nevada marks $1 billion in Emergency SNAP benefits

DMV to go appointment-only on Aug. 15

Reno-Tahoe International Airport has Spirit Airlines

RTC honored with two national awards for Club Ride – transportation demand management program

Washoe County and City of Reno Expand Commitment to Drive Climate Action and Policy in U.S. Municipalities, Creating Transparent Carbon Reduction Roadmaps

CCSD Welcomes 883 New Teachers

CCSD Focuses On School Safety Ahead Of New School Year

Articles of Interest

Activists want Clark County to offer ballots in Chinese, even without a federal mandate (NV Independent)

VP Kamala Harris touts slowing inflation, budget bill victory during Las Vegas trip (NV Independent)

Proposal to make fewer school board seats elected draws community pushback (NV Independent)

Layoffs feared as new home sales plummet in July (NV Current)

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