John Sadler,

John Sadler

Las Vegas, NV, United States

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Past articles by John:

As drought continues, coalition calls for moratorium on wasteful water projects

As the federal government inches closer to declaring the river’s first water shortage, Chiodini is looking toward the future, or, if the river is tapped too much, the lack of one. → Read More

Two senior staffers leaving Nevada governor’s office

Two senior members of Gov. Steve Sisolak’s staff announced today they are leaving their positions after years in the office. Chief of Staff Michelle White and Senior Advisor Scott Gilles announced their decisions in a news release this morning. White has worked with ... → Read More

Nevada getting $4 million for apprenticeship programs

Nevada will get almost $4 million from the federal Department of Labor as part of $130 million earmarked for workforce development nationwide. The grant to develop ... → Read More

Nevada Legislature updates criminal code on HIV transmission

Lawmakers in Nevada recently changed the criminal code to align the punishment for not informing a sex partner of an HIV diagnosis — previously a class B felony — with other communicable diseases. → Read More

Energized Granholm pushes Biden jobs plan, clean energy in Las Vegas

Secretary of Energy Jennifer Granholm touted Nevada as a leader in clean energy during a visit on Thursday, calling the state a test case on how to pass renewable energy legislation that can also provide jobs. → Read More

Washoe County Democratic Party to run campaigns for Democrats across Nevada, irking state party

The Washoe County Democratic Party in Northern Nevada is taking over duties coordinating campaigns to push for the election of Democrats statewide in 2022, a responsibility generally led by the state party. → Read More

Clark County School District lauds state eduction bills

The Clark County School District said bills recently passed by the state Legislature mark a “momentous shift” in the state’s education system. Over four months in Carson City, lawmakers codified changes to ... → Read More

After 'very productive' legislative session, Sisolak bullish on Nevada's future

Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak can’t help feeling optimistic about the position the state is in heading out of the recently completed legislative session. → Read More

It's crunch time: Nevada lawmakers working to finish line of legislative session

The session is winding down to its final hours, but it’s not over yet. Multiple big-ticket policy proposals have still not passed the finish line ... → Read More

Nevada lawmakers setting priorities for spending $2.7 billion in relief money

Gov. Steve Sisolak earlier in the session said the monies would be “one of the largest infusions of federal dollars into Nevada in history” and stressed ... → Read More

Marijuana consumption lounge bill clears initial vote in Nevada Legislature

Almost five years after recreational cannabis was legalized in Nevada, state lawmakers are working toward a potential fix to a problem long plaguing the industry. → Read More

Nevada Senate passes casino gun ban bill by 1 vote

Democrats argue ease of voting access is integral to elections while Republicans cite unsubstantiated claims of widespread voter fraud in the 2020 election. → Read More

Report: Former U.S. Sen. Dean Heller preparing to run for Nevada governor

Former Nevada U.S. Sen. Dean Heller is preparing for a 2022 gubernatorial run, according to a Politico report. The report notes that Heller has set up meetings with GOP leaders and major donors at ... → Read More

Nevada bill for permanent mail-in voting advances in legislature

Extensive election reform bills supported by Nevada Democrats passed out of their second committee Tuesday night, inching forward as the end of the legislative session looms large. → Read More

Nevada governor signs criminal justice reform bills into law

A year after the murder of George Floyd by a Minneapolis police officer, Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak today signed two criminal justice reform bills into law. Assembly Bill 58 allows ... → Read More

Nevada lawmakers considering casino firearms ban

Nevada lawmakers are considering a bill that would expand criminal penalties for individuals who bring firearms onto a gaming properties. → Read More

Nevada legislators pass bills on ghost guns, doxxing, marijuana as session wanes

Untraceable firearms that are often built at home using kits or 3D printers are one step closer to being illegal in Nevada ... → Read More

Nevada bill would delay eviction proceedings for some tenants

Lawmakers unveiled a late-session bill on Thursday designed to send help to renters facing eviction as the end of the state moratorium rapidly approaches. → Read More

Progressives in Nevada vow to continue fighting death penalty, despite legislative setback

“They love progressive values when they’re running for reelection. Suddenly, when they get into this building, they forget who elected them and what issues they elected them on." → Read More

Nevada bill would give laid-off hospitality workers first shot at jobs

Matthew Seevers was a bartender with Station Casinos for 15 years before the COVID-19 pandemic. His goal is to be there even longer. Like the vast majority of Nevada’s hospitality workforce, Seevers was ... → Read More