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Electricity, natural gas bills expected to fall in April

An extended economic hangover caused by high electric and natural gas bills for Nevada ratepayers will begin to subside in April, as the exorbitant cost of natural gas in 2022 and early 2023, coupled with higher usage resulting from frigid temperatures that winter, fall off the 12-month rolling average used by NV Energy and Southwest Gas to calculate bills.

State scrambling to come up with forensic beds after deal with Las Vegas went south

The Nevada Division of Public and Behavioral Health (DPBH) is turning to alternative measures to provide more forensic beds and services after a deal with the City of Las Vegas soured, leaving DPBH to pay a $500 fine for each day a person in need of mental health treatment is in jail instead of under care.

Brown among Republicans scrambling for distance from Alabama IVF ruling

Former President Donald Trump called on Alabama lawmakers Friday to “find an immediate solution” to remedy a state Supreme Court ruling that threatened the availability of in vitro fertilization, and national Republicans running for Congress, including Nevada Senate candidate Sam Brown, sought to distance themselves from the Alabama decision as well.