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Nevada Voters Choose Electric Power Competition

H. Sterling Burnett, Voters in Nevada overwhelmingly approved a constitutional amendment that would open the state’s electric power market to retail competition. Currently, in Nevada, as in many states, utility companies have monopolies within their respective geographic service areas, with the Nevada Public Utilities Commission, regulating utility prices and other terms of service. In Nevada,

Nevada Supreme Court Rules ESAs Constitutional, Orders Funding Change

Teresa Mull, The Nevada Supreme Court declared the state’s education savings accounts (ESA) program constitutional while ruling the legislature must find a different way to fund it. Nevada launched its ESA program in January 2016, granting parents access to a portion or all of the money allocated for their child’s public school education to spend