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Freedom of the press under fire

I left Joe Crowley Theater on Tuesday evening without much encouragement that freedom of the press, as we know it, is alive or well. The occasion was a talk by RonNell Andersen Jones and David Greene, moderated by Patrick File, on threats to the First Amendment. The title of the …

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ACLU’s open-records bill fails

Here’s a statement from the ACLU of Nevada last week on the death of its open-records bill. It did not get a vote before Friday’s deadline. The Nevada Press Association supported the bill and was working with the sponsors to try to make it work. The ACLU of Nevada was …

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Public-notices bill dies on deadline

A bill sought by Nevada broadcasters, which would have enabled them to move public notices out of newspapers and onto their websites, died Friday without a vote in the Senate Government Affairs Committee. SB218 was sponsored by Sen. Aaron Ford, D-Las Vegas, who let the bill expire because it didn’t …

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New Voices bill passes its first test

At the end of the day, Senate Bill 420, which is the Nevada version of New Voices legislation, was recommended for approval on Thursday by the Senate Committee on Education, the first step toward giving more protection to the rights of student journalists. The bill is sponsored by Sen. Nicole …

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