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Nevada Chambers Unite to Form Association Health Plan

Associations Now

Taking advantage of a June Labor Department ruling that expanded association health plans to create more access to affordable health coverage for small businesses and their employees, three southern Nevada chambers of commerce have joined forces to offer an AHP to their members.

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Why Nevada Doesn’t Have the Powerball

Associations Now

A combination of resort-industry opposition and lack of legislative momentum has kept Nevada, a state known for its legalized gambling, out of the lottery for decades. If Nevada residents want to take part in the Powerball—not an uncommon desire, considering the record jackpots of late —they have to cross the state border.

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In Protest, Fantasy Sports Group Moves Event From Nevada

Associations Now

The Fantasy Sports Trade Association, currently in the midst of regulatory controversy and legal challenges, decided over the weekend to move its upcoming winter conference from Nevada. Continued patronage of Nevada is impossible for our industry at this time,” FSTA President Paul Charchian said in a statement to Bloomberg.

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Nevada Cattlemen on Cause Célèbre: Cliven Bundy Has a Point

Associations Now

With the rancher and activist becoming a political flashpoint in his decades-long dispute with the Bureau of Land Management, the Nevada Cattlemen’s Association released a statement this week supporting Bundy’s point of view—but not his supporters’ recent actions. The Story, in a Nutshell. But they have pledged to try again.

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Building standards: Improving structural integrity requirements for condominiums

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Reserve studies for condominium associations are currently required in nine states: California, Colorado, Delaware, Hawaii, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, Virginia, and Washington state. Washington statutorily encourages associations to have a reserve study performed every three years unless doing so would impose an unreasonable hardship.

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Preparing Your Association for AI

Association Analytics

The answers might shift a little bit with this input: San Diego, California Orlando, Florida Las Vegas, Nevada You can dig into your data to find out more specifics.

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Growth and expansion: CAI chapters adopt new programs and services

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From left to right: Laura McDermott, CAI Western Oregon Chapter executive director; Richard Salvatore, CAI Nevada Chapter president; Chris Snow, CAI Nevada Chapter executive director; and Cathy Roth-Johnson, CAI Heartland Chapter executive director.

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