Leaders from both parties said education was a top priority as lawmakers gather in Carson City for the 82nd biennial legislative session.
Assemblyman Toby Yurek, a new lawmaker from Henderson, said he looks forward to building relationships with other lawmakers during his first legislative session.
Legislative leaders made the announcement in the wake of Gov. Lombardo’s State of the State speech in which he pledged to increase per-pupil spending in Nevada.
Assemblywoman Danielle Gallant, a freshman legislator from Las Vegas, said she hopes to help expand school choice in Nevada.
Assemblyman Brian Hibbetts, a new lawmaker from Las Vegas, said he hopes to improve K-12 education in the state during the upcoming legislative session.
Assemblywoman Erica Mosca, a new lawmaker from Las Vegas, hopes to bring her experience in education to the Legislature.
Assemblyman Duy Nguyen, a new lawmaker from Las Vegas, said he’s excited to bring his “unique” background to Nevada’s citizen Legislature.
The Republican National Committee is urging Republican lawmakers in both state and federal governments to “pass the strongest pro-life legislation possible.” What does this mean for Republican races in Nevada, where those strong anti-abortion stances did not do well in the 2022 midterms?
Assemblyman Max Carter II, a newly elected lawmaker from east Las Vegas, hopes to reform medical debt collection during his first term in office.
Assemblyman Reuben D’Silva, a new lawmaker from east Las Vegas, said increasing funding for K-12 and higher education is his top priority.
State Sen. Jeff Stone said he hopes to bring his experience from serving in the California state Senate to the Nevada Legislature.
Opportunity scholarships, alternative education and even education savings accounts may be on the table as the 2023 Legislature convenes.
Moving back the deadline to mail in a ballot, requiring an ID to vote, and increasing penalties for submitting fake electoral certificates are all on the table.