The Reno Gazette-Journal reports that Governor Brian Sandoval, R., has signed 45 bills into law and vetoed two on Wednesday. The two bills Sandoval vetoed regarded a new construction worker hiring incentive and a requirement for childcare providers to complete 24 hours of training each year.
The net worth of Nevada's congressional delegation is between $12.3 million and $46.2 million, according to The Hill. Writing for the Nevada News Bureau, Elizabeth Crum lists the net worth of each Nevada representative:
- Rep. Shelley Berkeley (D., CD-1), worth a minimum of $6.1 million and maximum of $23.9 million
- Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D., between $3.35-$10.4 million
- Senator Dean Heller, R., between $2.5-$11 million.
- Rep. Joe Heck, (R., CD-3), between $378,000-$895,000 and he continues to pay off medical school loans.
Rep. Anthony Weiner, D., NY, informed Democratic House leadership he plans on resigning from Congress. Last week, Weiner admitted to sexting and tweeting lewd pictures to college girls.