- In address, Meana touts UNLV's continued diversity, enrollment advances
- Wednesday, Oct. 16, 2019
- Days after an on-campus threat toward African-Americans and supporters of 2020 presidential candidate Bernie Sanders was found on the UNLV campus, President Marta Meana opened her second State of the University address with a call for unity ...
- Next steps toward I-11: Environmental studies, defining routes, finding funding
- Tuesday, Oct. 15, 2019
- There are three preliminary routes for the interstate to continue throughout the Las Vegas Valley — attaching to the Las Vegas Beltway, continuing onto Interstate 515/U.S. 95 or building a new eastern connection to the existing I-11. North of the valley, the I-11 route …
- Presidential candidates to take part in November event at Bellagio
- Monday, Oct. 14, 2019
- Multiple presidential candidates will travel to Las Vegas next month for the state Democratic Party’s “First in the West” fundraiser at Bellagio ...
- Cortez Masto: Getting to the truth is key in impeachment inquiry
- Sunday, Oct. 13, 2019
- In an interview with the Sun, Sen. Cortez Masto outlined her concerns with the president’s actions, the issues she wants to see tackled by the Senate and her frustration with …
- Sisolak first Nevada governor to join LV parade to celebrate gay pride
- Friday, Oct. 11, 2019
- The Las Vegas Pride Night Parade will feature a first in state history, as Gov. Steve Sisolak on Friday will become the first sitting Nevada governor to take part in the event ...
- What exactly is single-payer health care?
- Friday, Oct. 11, 2019
- Tim Faust’s job sometimes leaves him feeling like a “library of human misery.” He tours the country to advocate for single-payer health care, meeting with people who share their struggles related to the structure of the American health care system.
- Campaign finance case involving Giuliani associates reaches into 2018 Nevada races
- Thursday, Oct. 10, 2019
- While the indictment unsealed Thursday identifies the Nevada political candidates only as “candidate-1” and "candidate-2,” campaign finance records show that one of the indicted businessmen ...
- More autonomy in Nevada health insurance exchange as open enrollment nears
- Tuesday, Oct. 8, 2019
- Open enrollment for health plans through the Affordable Care Act will have a slightly different feel this year in Nevada. Namely, a break from the federal exchange ...
- 'Blazing the trail': Nevada Democrats to offer 72 early-caucus locations
- Monday, Oct. 7, 2019
- Nevada Democrats unveiled plans today to expand accessibility to participating in the presidential caucuses next year, including four days of early voting at more than 70 sites ...
- State official lists old, new reasons why Yucca Mountain should not be licensed
- Sunday, Oct. 6, 2019
- Bob Halstead talked with the Sun to break down some of the issues with the repository, including potential seismic activity, rail access and potential effects to groundwater ...
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John Sadler is a political reporter for the Las Vegas Sun. Born and raised in Louisiana, he is a graduate of Louisiana Tech University and the University of Missouri-Columbia. When he’s not elbow-deep in documents, he likes food, folklore and cheering for the Saints.
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