Nevada’s 82nd Legislative Session: Week 12

Marcos Lopez

The third month of Nevada’s legislative session is wrapping up. Join Marcos Lopez for this month’s Under the Dome webinar. He discusses the biggest news from session with legislators and lobbyists, including:

  • Senator Carrie Buck discusses the importance of education reform in Nevada right now, and how politics are killing good education policy;
  • Senator Scott Hammond discusses the future of ESAs and school choice in Nevada;
  • Hera Varmah of the American Federation for Children discusses tax credit scholarships and how they can better public and private schools;
  • Assemblyman Gregory Hafen gives an inside look at the Ways and Means Committee hearing on AB400, the governor’s education reform bill; and
  • Blayne Osborn of Nevada Rural Hospital Partners discusses the access to healthcare bills facing Nevada’s legislature this session.

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 Under the Dome: This Week in Carson City
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Marcos Lopez

Marcos Lopez

Policy Fellow

Marcos Lopez serves as a Policy Fellow for Nevada Policy. For over a decade, Marcos has fought to advance free-market principles, limited government, and secure individual rights through electioneering, lobbying, and grassroots mobilization at all levels of government across nine states and Washington D.C.

Originally from Miami, Marcos moved to Nevada in 2015 and has lived in Reno and Las Vegas, where he currently resides. His main areas of focus include economic opportunity, criminal justice reform, and school choice. Marcos’ work and efforts have been recognized and featured in The New York Times, The Las Vegas Review Journal, The Nevada Independent, This is Reno, and The Nevada Current.