Four years ago, officials in Nevada’s higher education system were accused of misleading state lawmakers as the Legislature was thinking about changing the way colleges and universities were being funded. Now, legislators are asking voters in this year’s elections to strip the Nevada System of Higher Education’s Board of Regents of its autonomy under the state’s constitution, a move proponents say would free the Legislature to reform the body. The proposal is among the three main...


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