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Nevada Legislature 2011

The 76th Regular Session of the Nevada Legislature will begin on February 7, 2011 and is scheduled to conclude June 6th. With a budget shortfall estimated at $3 billion, the session will receive extensive coverage on KNPR's State of Nevada. You'll hear interviews with State Senators and Assembly members, expert commentary and discussion. Another critical element is your voice. On air and online, we hope you'll join us in these discussions. We'll archive our coverage here.

      The Impact of Term Limits

      What happened at the 2011 Legislature

      Guns on College Campuses
      The Nevada Legislature Reaches Budget Agreement

      Budget Deal in Carson City

      The End of the Legislature is Coming Soon

      Budget Showdown in Carson City

      The Governor and the Legislature

      Legislative Update: Mayor's Race and Noise from Carson City

      People Protest the Cuts in Higher Education

      The Republicans Might Deal

      Concealed Weapons Bill

      The Coming Tax Initiative

      Minimum Wage

      Washoe County Manager, Katy Simon

      Legislative Update

      Opening Day at the 2011 Legislature

      Greg Brower

      Carolyn Edwards

      State of the State Preview and Politics Roundup

      Assembly Speaker John Oceguera

      State Senate Minority Leader Mike McGinness

      Senate Majority Leader Steven Horsford

      Carson City without Sen. Bill Raggio

      Inauguration Day

      Hispanic Legislators

      The Nevada Budget

      State Legislature -- Republican Leaders

      The 2011 Legislature

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