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The City of Las Vegas wants to keep people away from food processing plants, so they’ve proposed an ordinance to forbid it.
Scott Dozier is set to be put to death next week. But the ACLU of Nevada has concerns about what surrounds his execution. What are they?
The ACLU of Nevada filed a lawsuit Tuesday that challenges a proposed ballot initiative that seeks to make “sanctuary cities” unconstitutional.
Anyone who has watched a crime drama on TV knows the Miranda rights.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Nevada will deliver a petition to Governor Brian Sandoval Monday, asking him to help prevent the use of an untested combination of lethal drugs to execute convicted killer Scott Dozier.
The ACLU of Nevada released a 48-page study on the use of solitary confinement within the Nevada Department of Corrections system.
An elderly Henderson couple returned home scared, confused, and exhausted after initially being refused entry back into the country under travel restrictions ordered by President Donald Trump.
Legal and immigrant rights groups jumped into action over the weekend, after
Governor Brian Sandoval will create a blue ribbon commission to look into resurrecting the now defunct Education Savings Accounts by changing the funding mechanism for the program, according to Sta
The Nevada Supreme Court heard oral arguments Friday in the two cases that challenge the constitutionality of the Education Savings Accounts.
In 1966 a bunch of lawyers got together in a living room in Reno to talk about civil liberties – and about starting a group that would fight for the constitutional rights of every Nevadan.
Many – possibly even most - school districts have a dress code for students. And they vary considerably in their detail.
Back in the fall, we did a couple of stories on the new Education Savings Account program.
The group says the program is unconstitutional.
A CCSD high schooler is taking the district to court.