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CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — Gov. Brian Sandoval and former Lt. Gov. Brian Krolicki are scheduled to bury a time capsule in Las Vegas this morning to mark Nevada's 150th birthday. The capsule will be buried along a pathway that connects the Springs Preserve with the Nevada State Museum. It will hold a letter from the governor, commemorative medallions and mementos from sesquicentennial celebration events.
RENO, Nev. (AP) — Democratic Congresswoman Dina Titus says she's considering running for the Senate seat soon to be vacated by retiring Sen. Harry Reid, but isn't in a hurry to make a decision. Titus told The Reno Gazette-Journal that one of her first considerations is her seniority in the House, and said she'd be starting all over if she heads to the Senate.
CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — A Senate budget committee has passed a bill backed by Gov. Brian Sandoval that would implement a broad anti-bullying program throughout Nevada's school system. Sandoval's budget proposes allocating $36 million over the next two years to hire one school social worker for every 250 students and execute the goals of the anti-bullying office.
CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — Nevada senators have passed a bill that would require more schools to serve breakfast to low-income students. First lady Kathleen Sandoval testified in favor of the bill, saying a consistent breakfast will help students concentrate on their classes rather than their hunger. Most of the cost of the program would be covered by the federal government.
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