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Latest Examiners Items
The board overseeing Nevada's health insurance exchange Thursday recommended another contractor be retained to assess the state's problem-plagued online market system.
A state board has approved paying $130,000 to settle a lawsuit filed on behalf of a former Nevada inmate who was shackled while in labor and after giving birth.
Funding has been approved for architectural and engineering work on the new hotel college building at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
The backlog of Nevada Medicaid applications reached 50,000 at the end of January, five times the normal amount seen before federal health care reform expanded eligibility.
A Texas consulting firm has been awarded a contract to study the feasibility of building a stadium on the UNLV campus.
Small state agencies in Nebraska would have to undergo outside financial reviews under a measure introduced Monday in response to questionable expenses at the Nebraska Abstracters Board of Examiners.
Somebody in the attorney general's office in Kentucky has been getting some bad advice. Jack Conway, a Democrat, is demanding that a popular columnist with advice on how to raise kids, take a "time-out."
Arkansas Sen. Blanche Lincoln says she may propose extending the Bush-era tax cuts to wealthier Americans, as well as the middle-class tax cuts that President Obama and Democratic leaders in Washington want to maintain.