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Lawmakers looking to change HOA law to protect family pets

Las Vegas, NV — A Contact 13 Investigation takes center stage in a legislative hearing about coyotes attacking family pets. Reacting to an HOA Hall of Shame report from last fall, state lawmakers are seeking to change the Nevada Homeowner Association Law. Safety first when it comes to protecting family pets. Sounds like common sense, …

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Lawmakers review bill to create ‘pedestrian safety zones’

CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — A bill in the Nevada Legislature would allow for special “pedestrian safety zones” where traffic fines are doubled. Lawmakers reviewed SB144 on Tuesday in the Senate Transportation Committee. The bill would allow local governments or the Nevada Department of Transportation to designate areas as safety zones in the same way …

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Overall health officials to short lawmakers on measles outbreak

CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — State health officials strategy to brief the state legislature on the state’s recent measles outbreak. Nevada Chief Health-related Officer Dr. Tracey D. Green and health department head Romaine Gilliland will update legislators about the state’s response to the measles outbreak on Friday in the course of an Assembly Committee on …

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Homeowner demands Nevada lawmakers tackle squatter problem

Las Vegas, NV – Picture returning home to uncover a complete stranger has moved in. Squatters are generating themselves comfortable in houses across the Las Vegas valley and some property owners are demanding lawmakers address the difficulty. Jerry Petrosky’s southwest valley home had the functions: full kitchen, indoor balcony and tile floors. “This is some …

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