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CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — The Nevada Assembly is considering a bill requiring laboratories to put dogs and cats up for adoption when they're done performing research on them. The bill sponsored by Democratic Sen. Mark Manendo requires labs to offer animals up for adoption before euthanizing them as long as they are healthy enough to go to a new home. The bill passed out of committee yesterday.

CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — Gov. Brian Sandoval has signed a bill aimed at educating the public about domestic violence protection. The bill allows Nevada's health and human services department to create an educational program focused on preventing domestic violence. The measure doesn't allocate any money to the proposed program but allows it to apply for grants and gifts.

CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — Senate Majority Leader Michael Roberson said he expects lawmakers will find enough money to give UNLV's planned medical school all the money it's asking for. The Republican senator said he predicts the Legislature will identify another $19 million for the proposed school before the session ends.

LAS VEGAS (AP) — A dispute over B.B. King's health and wealth was tossed out of court yesterday by a judge in Las Vegas who said two investigations found no evidence the blues legend was being abused. The ruling keeps the 89-year-old musician's longtime business manager, Laverne Toney, in legal control of his affairs. Three of King's 11 surviving children said outside court they suspect Toney is stealing money and neglecting King's medical needs while blocking them from seeing their father in home hospice care. They vowed to keep fighting.

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