LAS VEGAS (AP) — Nevada has a new state Gaming Commission member, and a longtime commissioner has been promoted to chairman of the five-member panel.
Las Vegas attorney Ogonna Brown was named by Gov. Steve Sisolak to serve a commission vacancy left following the resignation of physician and former commission Chairman Tony Alamo.
The governor appointed longtime Commissioner John Moran Jr. to chairman.
Brown is a partner at the law firm Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie with almost 20 years of legal experience and expertise in business litigation and bankruptcy cases.
Moran is a Las Vegas attorney with a long resume of public service.