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  • Clark County residents lacking bus service may get on-demand microtransit April 23, 2021
    Policy, politics and progressive commentary Some 185,000 residents of Henderson and southwest Las Vegas who currently lack nearby transit service would have access to new options, including on-demand microtransit — a ride in a multi-passenger van — if lawmakers approve Senate Bill 362. “District F includes some of the fastest growing parts of the valley […]
    Dana Gentry
  • More Nevadans taking advantage of special savings account for people with disabilities April 23, 2021
    Policy, politics and progressive commentary The number of disabled people who have opened specialized savings accounts has already skyrocketed over the past two years, according to the Nevada State Treasurer’s Office. And participation may further increase, thanks to a bill signed into law this week. In 2019, fewer than 100 Nevadans had opened an ABLE […]
    April Corbin Girnus
  • Nevada Legislature needs to act now to protect renters April 23, 2021
    Policy, politics and progressive commentary I was evicted in May 2019 and it was devastating to me and my economic security. Since then, I have struggled with housing insecurity, which left me especially vulnerable during the COVID-19 pandemic. Not having secure housing negatively impacted my job prospects. Because I was constantly moving from place to […]
    Yesenia Moya
  • Legislation allows doctors to avoid ‘stigma’ of disclosing investigations April 22, 2021
    Policy, politics and progressive commentary Doctors and other medical professionals in Nevada would be free to refer to an investigation by a licensing board as a ‘review and evaluation’ as long as no formal investigation is approved by the board, avoiding the potential downfall of revealing a probe that fizzles.   “Justice delayed is justice denied […]
    Dana Gentry
  • Sisolak questions prison officials on ‘extremely low’ inmate vaccinations April 21, 2021
    Policy, politics and progressive commentary Less than 10 percent of nearly 11,000 inmates in the Nevada Department of Corrections are fully vaccinated, officials told Gov. Steve Sisolak Tuesday at the Board of Prison Commissioners meeting. The low vaccination numbers come despite the department indicating in a March 4 press release, when it began vaccinating eligible […]
    Michael Lyle
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