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Mary Beth Sewald Speaks to The Nevada Independent on Association Health Plans

Following the Metro Chamber's announcment of its intention to once again offer an association health plan, President and CEO, Mary Beth Sewald, spoke to The Nevada Independent to share more about what this means for the future of Metro Chamber members.…

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Mary Beth Sewald Keynotes Education to Workforce Summit

On Thursday, June 28, 2018, Metro Chamber President and CEO, Mary Beth Sewald, addressed the need for companies to be ahead of the game in regards to providing workplace education, as that need for providing  learning opportunities directly impacts the…

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Nevada Business Magazine Mover and Shaker: Mary Beth Sewald

Nevada Business Magazine sat down with the Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce President and CEO, Mary Beth Sewald, to get to know the fearless leader on a personal note! Click here to read what Mary Beth hopes her legacy…

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Chamber Health Plan

Dear Chamber members: I have some exciting news to share with you. Today, the Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce is announcing its intention to once again offer an Association Health Plan to its small business members. Metro Chamber leaders…

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U.S. Senator Heller Luncheon – Coverage from the Nevada Independent

Republican Sen. Dean Heller was bullish at a luncheon Tuesday on the prospect that an on-again-off-again summit with North Korea would go forward, and he offered his take on the limited role he believes the federal government should have in curbing school…

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Nevada’s congressional group unites against Yucca Mountain bill

WASHINGTON — Nevada’s bipartisan congressional delegation united Wednesday against a bill to revive the licensing process on an Energy Department application to open Yucca Mountain as a nuclear waste repository. The state’s lawmakers also tried unsuccessfully to shape the bill…

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House expected to OK Yucca Mountain bill, despite opposition

WASHINGTON — Despite growing local opposition in Nevada, Republican House leaders are pushing ahead with a vote this week on a bill that would revive the licensing process to open Yucca Mountain as a nuclear waste repository. The House vote…

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Las Vegas business leaders to House: We stand firm against Yucca Mountain

As the U.S. House prepares to hold a vote Thursday on a resolution that would restart the licensing process for the proposed national nuclear waste repository at Yucca Mountain, Las Vegas business leaders are expressing staunch opposition to the measure.…

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EXPERTS: Vegas is in a growth spurt powered by sports

LAS VEGAS (KSNV) — As the Vegas Golden Knights continue to make history, the team, along with the soon-to-be Las Vegas Raiders, were the main topic Thursday at a forum at UNLV. Zeroing in on the way this community has rallied…

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Sandoval establishes Southern Nevada Sporting Event Committee

LAS VEGAS (KSNV) — Governor Brian Sandoval has signed Executive Order 2018-7, establishing the Southern Nevada Sporting Event Committee. The Order allows the Sporting Event Committee to comprise a local organizing committee for the National Football League (NFL) Draft or other potential events.…

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