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#BREAKING NEWS: Nevada Supreme Court agrees to hear Stavros Anthony's election lawsuit

Las Vegas City Councilman Stavros Anthony says he will go to the Nevada Supreme Court to appeal his loss in this year's Clark County commission race.

NEVADA SUPREME COURT: Republican candidate Stavros Anthony will appeal his election loss to Ross Miller -- by a margin of just 15 votes -- to the Nevada Supreme Court#8NN 

The Nevada Supreme Court has ordered autopsies to be released per a ruling today. READ MORE →   @ArthurMKane  #RJNow 

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TRUMP TWEET: President Trump tweeted this morning that data shows "thousands of noncitizens voted in Nevada" even though Nevada's leaders and the Nevada Supreme Court have found no evidence of this. #8NN 

An attorney purporting to represent “New Nevada” and “New California” filed a typo-laden Supreme Court brief in support of the GOP effort to overturn the election outcomes in Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin, and Georgia. We really can't make this up.

Nevada Supreme Court upholds penalty against fraudster who owes $21.7 million in B.C.

'NEW NEVADA:' A lawyer who claims to represent the "New Nevada State" files a brief in a Texas lawsuit before the U.S. Supreme Court#8NN 

‘New’ Nevada And ‘New’ California Ask Old Supreme Court To Overturn Election

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The Nevada Supreme Court made Joe Biden’s win in the state official, approving the final canvass of the Nov. 3 election. The unanimous action sends to Democratic Gov. Steve Sisolak results that will deliver six electoral votes to Biden.

Nevada is the 1st state to protect same-sex marriage in its constitution. It voted to remove language saying marriage is only between a man and woman. That means same-sex marriage will stay protected even if the Supreme Court reverses its marriage equality ruling.

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President Trump alleging massive election fraud so here we go. The vote will be legally challenged all the way up to the Supreme Court. Georgia, Pennsylvania, and Nevada are flash points.

The Supreme Court voted 5-4 to reject a Nevada church’s plea to suspend state public-health orders limiting attendance at services. It was the second time Chief Justice John Roberts joined liberal justices to uphold measures to contain the coronavirus.

The US Supreme Court denied a request from a Nevada church that said the state's attendance restriction during the pandemic was unconstitutional

Breaking News: In a 5-4 vote, the Supreme Court rejected a Nevada church’s request to block enforcement of state restrictions on attendance at religious services

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