What's the Tea Tuesdays

This week for What’s the Tea, we'll be discussing obstacles to native voting rights, including voter suppression and underrepresentation in Indian country. We'll be joined by three guests from the National Congress of American Indian's Civic Engagement program, Yawna Allen, Saundra Mitrovich and Matt Johnson. Don’t miss out on the important conversation about democracy! Tune in live at 3:30 p.m. on our Facebook.

Friday Community Wellness Chat

Nevada's 31st Special Session in is in full swing to mitigate the unprecedented economic crisis we are dealing. As PLAN we have been working for the past 25 years to require the mining industry to pay their fair share so as a state we are better positioned to fund the critical programs our community needs. Join us for this week's wellness webchat to learn how your advocacy can help us build a stronger state that will put people and planet first over corporations because that is how we take care of one another. RSVP to join us for this Friday's discussion at

Nightly Special Session Recaps

Tune into our PLANista #BeBoldNV Nightly Special Session Recaps on @PLANevada’s Instagram live every night at 6pm. We will be giving brief recaps about what happened at the special session that day, and ways to digitally participate. We also share them on Twitter and Facebook!



Special Session: Last Wednesday, the 31st Special Session of the Nevada State Legislature convened to address the expected $1.2 billion shortfall in the state's budget for 2021. Alongside our partner organizations like ACTIONN, AFSCME, Battle Born Progress, Children's Advocacy Alliance, and the Women's Lobby we have been calling on the legislature to be bold and enact real revenue reform. For too long we have allowed Nevada to be taken advantage of by corporations, like the mining industry, who fail to pay their fair share. It’s time to fix what’s broken about our economy and create long-term solutions for our communities to all have the freedom to thrive. 



It's Time for Our Elected Officials to Be BOLD for Nevada: Being a bold leader means taking bold action to protect the people of Nevada. The global pandemic and rise of the Black Lives Matter movement has created a watershed moment for change. We’re calling on the legislature to be bold and to take action to prevent cuts by raising revenue and making mining pay their fair share, increase access to vote by mail, enact meaningful police reform. Send a message today to tell the legislature now is the moment to take bold action to protect the people of Nevada

Michele Fiore is Bad for BusinessSend a message to the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority to remove Michele Fiore from their board. Fiore was recently forced to resign from her position as Mayor Pro-tem because of her penchant for making racist comments. Fiore cannot represent Las Vegas on the world stage, it is time to remove her from LVCVA. Send a message today!

Tiehm’s Buckwheat Public Comment: PLAN is supporting the Center for Biological Diversity (CBD) to defend Tiehm’s Buckwheat; an endemic flower that exists on a single hillside in Nevada and is at risk of being obliterated by an open pit mine. There will be an important virtual public meeting on Monday the 20th of July. RSVP to attend with CBD

Nevada Department of Conservation and Natural Resources
Virtual public meeting on Tiehm's buckwheat
Monday, July 20th, 9:00am Pacific Time
Or, call in by phone: (877) 422-8614, Meeting extension: 4236997#

Las Vegas Freedom Fund: Make a donation to the Las Vegas Freedom Fund today!




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