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Calif. Gay Marriage Opponents Gear up for Rallies

Posted: 05/31/2009 - Hundreds of gay marriage supporters marched in rural, conservative California, but before the dusty roads could clear, opponents of same-sex couples planned to take to the streets to renew their resolve.

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Governor's Vetoes Challenged

Posted: 05/30/2009 - Nevada lawmakers voted Saturday to revive nine bills vetoed by Gov. Jim Gibbons, including one that gives domestic partners, whether gay or straight, many of the rights and benefits that Nevada offers to married couples.

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Senate Rejects Governor's Veto of Partnership Bill

Posted: 05/30/2009 - The Nevada Senate voted 14-7 Saturday to override Gov. Jim Gibbons' veto of a measure that gives domestic partners, whether gay or straight, many of the rights and benefits that Nevada offers to married couples.

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Navy Officer Killed in NV Plane Crash Honored

Posted: 05/30/2009 - A Navy officer killed along with three of his daughters in a May 22 small plane crash in Fallon was remembered as a gentleman and a role model at a military funeral Saturday.

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Lawsuit Filed Over Proposed Carson City Casino

Posted: 05/30/2009 - A company that has won approval to build one of Carson City's largest casinos is being sued for more than $260,000 by the owner of the resort's proposed site.

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Ballot Measures Law Change Advanced

Posted: 05/30/2009 - A measure to change rules for qualifying questions for the Nevada ballot underwent a last-minute rewrite Saturday in a key state Senate committee to overcome criticism that it had fatal constitutional flaws.

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Public Employee Reform Bill Approved

Posted: 05/30/2009 - A bill to reduce public employee and retiree benefits and enact benefit reforms - steps that Republicans sought in exchange for their votes to override a veto of a $781 million tax increase - was sent Friday by lawmakers to Gov. Jim Gibbons.

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State Park Closure Could Save $70 Million

Posted: 05/29/2009 - A new plan aimed at cutting California's budget could close 220 state parks. Among the most notable on the list are Will Rogers Ranch in Southern California, the Governor's Mansion in Sacramento...and Lake Tahoe's Emerald Bay. In fact, all of the California State Parks in the Sierra District would be closed.

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At Session's End, Lawmakers Face Many Vetoes

Updated: 05/29/2009 - The 2009 legislative session ends Monday. Standing between lawmakers and sine die, remaining bills and a near record number of vetoed bills awaiting override votes.

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Nevada Connections Academy Valedictorian

Updated: 05/29/2009 - This year, as in the past, high school seniors are getting ready to don caps and gowns for graduation. Most have gone to traditional schools, sat in classes, taken notes, and hoped they pass all the tests. One school valedictorian we found did some of that, but in an unconventional way.

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President Setting up Better Security for Computers

Posted: 05/29/2009 - America has failed for too long to adequately protect the security of its computer networks, President Barack Obama said Friday, announcing he will name a new cyber czar to press for action.

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Blind Dog Coffee: Roasting New Hope

Updated: 05/29/2009 - You might see it on the grocery store shelf: Reno's very own Blind Dog Coffee roasters, but there's much more to this local roast than just aroma and taste.

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Legislature Starts Overriding Gibbons' Vetoes

Updated: 05/29/2009 - Nevada lawmakers moved swiftly late Thursday to start overriding Gov. Jim Gibbons' veto of a $781 million tax increase plan - which the conservative Republican governor termed "just plain wrong."

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