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Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak offers wager that VGK will beat Avalanche

LAS VEGAS (KSNV) — Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak sparked some friendly competition during the Stanley Cup Playoffs Sunday afternoon. He tweeted to Colorado's governor, Jared Polis, challenging him to a wager. The Nevada governor is betting a case of Golden Knights forward, Ryan Reaves', new craft beer that the Knights...
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Gov. Steve Sisolak releases statement on Chauvin trial verdict

LAS VEGAS (KSNV) — Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak Tuesday afternoon released a statement following the verdict of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin. “Today, the jury in the Derek Chauvin trial returned a guilty verdict on all three counts in the death of Mr. George Floyd. Mr. Floyd was pinned to the ground for an excruciating nine minutes and 29 seconds as he pleaded for help, gasped for air, and gave his final words of 'Please, I can’t breathe.'
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Las Vegas Set To Fully Reopen June 1, Says Gov. Steve Sisolak

Sin City Has Been ‘Stripped’ Of All Its Sins As It Looks To Get Back To The Party. Las Vegas will be back open 100% by June 1. Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak made the announcement on Tuesday, April 13, saying the entire state is on track to be at full capacity by that date.
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Watch CNBC's full interview with Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak on the State's Return to Business

Visitors are back, packing the Las Vegas Strip on the weekends. But weekday business is weak without conventions and conferences. That segment contributed $11billion to the Las Vegas economy in 2019. And without it, companies like MGM Resorts, Wynn Resorts, Caesars and Las Vegas Sands are struggling. Contessa Brewer talks with Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak about the coronavirus restrictions and what it will take to see a full return to business.
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Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak Announces Updates On State’s Vaccination Plan

Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak recently announced two major changes in the COVID-19 vaccination plan. In an effort to inoculate the maximum number of people, Sisolak gave some updates on the state's vaccination program. By March 22, 2021, the people of Nevada above the age of 16 with specified health conditions will be eligible to get vaccinated. The health conditions that determine the eligibility have been included in Nevada’s COVID-19 vaccination playbook.
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LETTER: Gov. Steve Sisolak wants ‘company towns’

Regarding the recently reported proposed “innovation zones,” perhaps Gov. Steve Sisolak should do some good research on the words for the song “16 Tons” and why they were sung. Among the performers who sang it was Tennessee Ernie Ford. Obviously, the current proponents don’t know their history or don’t care about how company towns enslaved their workers. Will history repeat itself?
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News Alert: Nevada: Governor Steve Sisolak announces 50% capacity limits beginning Monday loosening COVID-19 restrictions on large events and gathering.

Source: Office of Governor Steve Sisolak (Information):. Nevada: Governor Steve Sisolak has announced on Friday, March 12th, 2021 that 50% capacity limits on large events and gathering will begin on Monday, March 15th, 2021 loosening COVID-19 restrictions. The State of Nevada has given counties the green light to move forward...
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Gov. Steve Sisolak receives his COVID vaccination

LAS VEGAS, Nev. (KOLO) - Gov. Steve Sisolak rolled up his sleeves Thursday to receive his COVID-19 vaccination. The Governor is eligible due to his age and occupation. The Governor was also joined by frontline grocery store workers who are eligible under the “end to end essential Goods supply chain” category.
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Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak signs order easing path toward in-person learning

(The Center Square) – Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak signed an emergency declaration this week that gives the state's schools the opportunity to offer students in-person learning and extracurricular activities next school year. “I am proud of the way that school communities have come together to find creative ways to maximize...