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free-speech

The Future of Anti-SLAPP in Las Vegas

By | Laws, Nevada

A bill recently passed in the Legislature has many in Las Vegas worried that one of their most valued statutes is not long for this world. While SB444 most likely won’t be heard by the Assembly Judiciary Committee for a while, some have already mobilized to get the word out about what they feel threatens their ability to do business…

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distracted-driving

Stay Focused When Driving in Las Vegas

By | Las Vegas, Laws

Distracted driving has become a topic of conversation for politics all over the country. Now that just about everyone is texting 24/7, concern has grown about the dangers of doing so while operating a motor vehicle. In Las Vegas, it’s no different. In fact, there’s been a real push to make it perfectly clear that if you’re going to be…

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sports-betting

Ruse by FBI Ruled Unconstitutional

By | Laws, News

Sports betting and Las Vegas goes together like peanut butter and jelly. People the world over know that the gambling capitol of the world is Sin City. Nonetheless, people still try to bend the rules here, looking to circumvent the law on the way to a bigger payout. Oddly enough, the most recent public example of this happening ended with…

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Experimental Drugs Fair Game for Terminally Ill

By | Laws, Nevada

It seems like states are legalizing marijuana left and right throughout the country. For the moment, though, Las Vegas appears content with its current list of vices on the menu. However, the Nevada Assembly has recently made a landmark decision regarding drug use that could affect the lives of many throughout the state. Experimental Drugs as a Last Resort Lawmakers…

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How Dangerous is the Bill to Increase Nevada Speed Limits?

How Dangerous is the Bill to Increase Nevada Speed Limits?

By | Car Accidents, Las Vegas, Laws, Nevada, News, Personal Injury Blog, Wrongful Death

A potentially dangerous and deadly bill has just been passed by a Nevada Senate committee. This bill will raise the maximum speed limit on Nevada highways from 75 miles per hour up to 80 miles per hour. The bill originally proposed to raise the speed limit up to 85 miles per hour, but a compromise was reached. Still, this makes…

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