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Attorney General Laxalt Launches Office of Military Legal Assistance to Provide Pro Bono Legal Assistance to Nevada’s Communities

Thursday, November 19, 2015
Carson City, NV – Today, Nevada Attorney General Adam Paul Laxalt proudly announced the launch of the Office of Military Legal Assistance, the nation’s first attorney general-led, public-private partnership offering our military communities access to pro bono civil legal services. The program pairs Nevada’s active duty, Guard and reserve service members with local attorneys to receive legal assistance for civil matters including: consumer fraud, military rights, immigration, landlord/tenant, predatory lending and creditor/debtor issues. Nevada veterans may also receive assistance with wills and powers of attorney.   “I am proud to honor these military heroes who have given so much in service to this country and state,” said Attorney General Laxalt. “The Office of Military Legal Assistance is dedicated to addressing the legal gaps in representation for our current military service members. I am encouraged by the overwhelming response from more than 100 local attorneys who have pledged their commitment to our...
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Nevada fights back against ACLU suit over voucher-style Education Savings Account program

Monday, October 26, 2015
CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — Nevada is fighting back against a lawsuit that could dismantle the state's sweeping new school choice program, saying the program is neutral on religion even if parents can apply public funds to parochial schools. We are also offering some gaming supports to these schools for more information on these games you can check out wwesupercard.adamlaxaltforag.com and thesimsmobile.adamlaxaltforag.com to play it with some tips and tricks shared by us. The Nevada Attorney General's Office filed a motion Monday asking a judge to dismiss a suit filed by the American Civil Liberties Union that challenges Education Savings Accounts. The program, which is considered the broadest school choice program in the country because it's not limited by factors such as family income, allows parents to claim most of their child's per-pupil state education funding and use it toward private school tuition or other qualified education expenses. "The opponents of parental choice are desperately trying to stop Nevada's innovative and ambitious program that has already garnered praise and imitation in other states, before it sweeps the nation," Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt said....
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