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By: Ben Botkin
Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval signed bills into law on Wednesday that will honor firefighters, protect first responders and start the work of studying criminal sentences.
By: Cy Ryan
Gov. Brian Sandoval signed bills today to create a monument for fallen firefighters and enhancing the penalty for assaulting first-responders.
Sandoval signed the bills in a ceremony on the state Capitol lawn.
There are monuments dedicated to fallen police officers and military members outside the Capitol. Senate Bill 540 calls for a monument for firefighters.
The monument will be selected from three designs. No money has been set aside yet for the project.
Senate Bill 540 enhances the criminal penalty for assaulting first-responders who are on duty.
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First responders in Nevada now have a little extra protection under the law, with a bill signed Wednesday.
Angelo Aragon has been named the new president of the Professional Fire Fighters of Nevada. He will be leading 1,850 professional firefighters working in 18 fire departments throughout the state. Continue Reading
On Tuesday, March 7, the Red Cross of Southern Nevada and the Professional Fire Fighters of Nevada (PFFN) will launch the annual Fire Hurts…Red Cross Helps Campaign. The launch will take place at the Henderson Fire Training Center (401 Parkson Rd. Henderson, NV) at 10:30am. Guest speaker, Angelo Pafumi, will tell his story of how the Red Cross helped him and his family recover after a home fire. Continue Reading
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The Professional Fire Fighters of Nevada welcome three new members to the executive board and announce Angelo Aragon as the new president (Pictured above). Continue Reading