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RENO, Nev. (AP) — It may have been just a slip of the tongue, but talking to reporters in Reno today former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush said he's running for president. Bush noted several times in the same conversation he is still thinking about whether to run and caught himself before ending the sentence in which he said he was running by adding that caveat.

RENO, Nev. (AP) — Jeb Bush says a nuclear waste dump shouldn't be forced on anyone. The ex-Florida governor told reporters after a Reno town hall meeting today he believes a high-level nuclear waste repository should be built only where the state and local communities have reached a consensus that they want it there.

CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — Dr. Ben Carson is visiting Nevada for the first time since announcing his bid for the Republican presidential nomination. The candidate attended a brunch meeting with pastors and community leaders in Las Vegas this morning. He's scheduled to give an evening talk at Opportunity Village, a charity that serves people with disabilities.

CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — Nevada senators who wanted to increase the number of medical marijuana licenses throughout the state are instead backing a plan to reallocate ones that were never claimed. They want to reallocate 11 medical marijuana licenses that were designated for rural counties but never claimed, and offer them to Clark and Washoe counties as well as Reno.

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