Sandra Chereb, Las Vegas Review-Journal

Sandra Chereb

Las Vegas Review-Journal

Carson City, NV, United States

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Past articles by Sandra:

Nevada legislators push forward as clock ticks down to session’s end

The Senate and Assembly, with only hours remaining in the 2017 legislative session, trudged on with routine business Sunday while negotiations continued behind the scenes over a key budget bill. → Read More

Nevada Senate reaches deal to end budget stalemate

CARSON CITY — The Nevada Senate reached agreement late Sunday to end a stalemate that threatened the state budget, agreeing to add $20 million in available tax credits to a scholarship fund in place of the Republican priority of education savings accounts. → Read More

Sandoval vetoes two bills, signs 19 others on Saturday

Gov. Brian Sandoval vetoed two more bills and signed 19 others on Saturday, including a bill requiring more reporting of suspected child abuse and neglect. → Read More

Gov. Sandoval rules out special session of Nevada Legislature

Despite impasse over ESAs, Republican governor says legislative session “will end Monday midnight.” → Read More

Education savings accounts get hearing but no action in Carson City

Education savings accounts, a Republican priority allowing parents to tap state funding to send their children to private schools, received a long-awaited hearing Monday as lawmakers try to end a stalemate and avoid sending the 2017 Legislature into overtime. → Read More

Sandoval signs 19 more bills into law, vetoes 2

Gov. Brian Sandoval signed 19 more bills into law Saturday, after signing the same number late Friday night and issuing two vetoes. The flurry of bill action comes as the 2017 Legislature sprints toward a June 5 finish line. → Read More

Nevada Sen. Manendo resigns chairmanship amid investigation

State Sen. Mark Manendo resigned his chairmanship Monday of the Senate Transportation Committee amid an ongoing investigation into sexual harassment allegations. → Read More

Students watch Sandoval sign bills promoting Nevada state parks

Gov. Brian Sandoval, surrounded by swarms of delighted schoolchildren at a historic site in Nevada’s oldest settlement, signed two bills Friday promoting state parks. → Read More

Opponents argue Nevada sex ed bill too expensive

Opponents of a bill updating sex education in public schools focused Monday on costs as reason for lawmakers to reject the bill. → Read More

Gov. Sandoval tells feds he’s an opponent on Yucca Mountain

Gov. Brian Sandoval made it clear to the Trump administration that Nevada will fight any attempts to open the Yucca Mountain nuclear waste repository and will proceed with retail sales of recreational marijuana. → Read More

DUI ignition lock bill flies through Nevada Senate

People arrested for drunken driving would be required to install ignition interlock systems on their vehicles under a bill approved Friday by the Nevada Senate. → Read More

Nevada Senate approves protections for domestic workers

Domestic workers who perform household duties would have new protections for working conditions and pay under two bills approved by the Nevada Senate. → Read More

Investigation finds that 3 non-citizens voted in Nevada’s 2016 election

Secretary of State Barbara Cegavske, responding Wednesday for details on allegations of Nevada voter fraud, said her office obtained evidence that three non-citizens voted in Clark County in last year’s election. → Read More

Nevada DMV chief criticizes alleged voter fraud investigation

The head of Nevada’s Department of Motor Vehicles pushed back Saturday over claims by the secretary of state that DMV voter registration procedures led to alleged voter fraud in the 2016 general election. → Read More

Nevada investigation targets alleged voter fraud in 2016 election

Nevada’s top election official on Friday opened an investigation into alleged voter fraud in last year’s election, saying her office has uncovered evidence that noncitizens had cast ballots. → Read More

Record snowfall brings sobering flooding assessment for Northern Nevada

Gov. Brian Sandoval got a briefing Thursday in which he was told the snowmelt could begin in earnest by month’s end and stretch into June or July. → Read More

Sandoval signs bill to protect LGBTQ youth

Lesbian, gay, transgender, bisexual youth and those questioning their sexual identity have new protections in Nevada under a bill signed Tuesday by Gov. Brian Sandoval. → Read More

Nevada senators work to undo 2015 bargaining law

A Nevada Senate committee heard a bill Monday to undo a collective bargaining law that employee groups complained unfairly harms public workers. → Read More

Kihuen, Rosen to address Nevada Legislature

Two Nevada freshmen in the U.S. House of Representatives return to the Silver State this week to address joint sessions of the state Senate and Assembly. → Read More

Coming soon to a DMV near you? Vegas Golden Knights license plates

Supporters of the Vegas Golden Knights hockey team could soon show their pride with a special Nevada license plate. → Read More