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Mo Denis Details Plans for Nevada Education

The top priority for Nevada education is overhauling the Nevada Plan. There isn’t going to be a tax hike to fully implement weighted funding, and Read by 3 needs to be modified. That’s all according to Sen. Mo Denis, who will chair the Senate Education Committee. Denis also said he doesn’t now support extending $20 million in tax credits for…

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Proposed Governor’s Office for New Americans Gets New Life

“In the 2017 session, @MoDenisNV proposed an Office for New Americans to help immigrants adjust to American life. It faced some opposition and died in committee, but @GovSisolak wants to bring the idea back to life. @LuzGrayNV with the details” Michelle Rindels Democratic Sen. Mo Denis said that he introduced SB186 in hopes that those who have degrees in other…

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Downtown Las Vegas Needs All Local Government to Pitch In

There’s a lot happening in Las Vegas, as Mayor Carolyn Goodman delivered her annual report card, Thursday evening at Las Vegas City Hall. “Keeping in mind that our downtown hotels, for another 4th year in a row, the highest percentage gaming increase statewide,” Goodman told the audience. Those are good numbers, proof more visitors are heading north of the Strip,…

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More Discussion Needed on School Safety

At an education summit led by a panel of higher education leaders like Clark County School District Superintendent Jesus Jara, Communities in Schools of Nevada chief executive Tiffany Tyler, and state senator Mo Denis, the community voiced their concerns about school safety. “It’s unsettling. Our vision of empowering youth to go out and be our next set of leaders is…

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Las Vegas Can Pay Attention to Latinos by…

Democratic state Sen. Mo Denis, whose District 2 includes Ward 5, said the city needs to pay attention to Latinos by attracting jobs that are accessible to the community. “Some of the Hispanic (voter) concerns are not that different from African-Americans and others. Whether it’s jobs, housing or just making sure the neighborhoods aren’t neglected,” Denis said. Read the entire…

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