Fireworks Laws in Clark County

Fireworks Laws in Clark County Fireworks are always illegal in Nevada when it is lit on streets, sidewalks, school properties, and any federal, state, or city properties. These restrictions apply to national parks and recreational areas, which means that fireworks are illegal in Nevada landmarks such as Lake Mead, Red Rock, Mount Charleston, Death Valley, [...]

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Strategies for Eating Healthier With Less Work

Strategies for Eating Healthier With Less Work While working in the legal field is definitely rewarding, sometimes it can be easy to get caught up in your work – so much so that you may neglect healthy eating habits. Today on the blog, we have a special guest sharing some tips on how to eat [...]

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Meet The Pets of Connor & Connor PLLC

Meet The Pets of Connor & Connor PLLC National Best Friends Day was on June 8th this year and some of us here at Connor & Connor celebrated by curling up with one of our furry (sometimes scaly!) best friends. Meet the pets of our awesome team below. Athena Meet Athena. She is our 3-1/2 [...]

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Fireworks Laws in Clark County

Fireworks are always illegal in Nevada when it is lit on streets, sidewalks, school properties, and any federal, state, or city properties. These restrictions apply to national parks and recreational areas, which means that fireworks are illegal in Nevada landmarks such as Lake Mead, Red Rock, Mount Charleston, Death Valley, and Spring Mountain. Private [...]

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