This week, the first round of Bill Draft Requests (BDRs) was published on the Nevada Legislative Website. There are 106 BDRs listed and the topics include education, healthcare, public safety and taxes. There is no bill language available yet, just the sponsor and a brief description. The full list can be found HERE.
Cortez Masto Sends Letter Urging Administration to Support the Creation of a National Veterans Cemetery in Elko
Cortez Masto Introduces Legislation to Invest in Minority-Owned Businesses
Cortez Masto Supports Making Juneteenth a Federal Holiday
Rosen Announces $450,000 Grant for Registered Apprenticeships in Nevada
Amodei Rejects House Majority’s My Way or the Highway “Transportation” Bill
Rep. Susie Lee Releases 2020 Second Quarter Report
Southern Nevada Health District urges everyone to take precautions to have a safe 4th of July
Secretary Cegavske Announces a Slight Decrease in Active Registered Voters in June
Division of Industrial Relations finds 80% of businesses in compliance with face covering mandate during July 1 surveys
CASSANDRA DARROUGH NAMED TRIBAL COORDINATOR FOR NV DIVISION OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT
Articles of Interest
Complex path to overhauling state’s ‘incredibly fractured’ occupational board system (NV Indy)
Looks like we need to get rid of Masto. While we’re at it take Susie Lee. Why should we the tax payers support failing business. Minority or not, we’re not helping if we prop up a failing business. Give a man a fish, feed him for a day. Teach him how to fish, feed him for life. Give he or she other peoples hard earned money to keep running a business that they are obviously not capable of running and nothing changes, except we eventually give them more money. Let them fail, the next time they’ll hopefully know what they did wrong.