Two members of the Nevada Gaming Commission have been reappointed to the five-member board that makes final decisions on gaming regulatory matters.
John Moran Jr. and Joe Brown, both Southern Nevada attorneys, were given four-year term extensions on the commission by Gov. Brian Sandoval.
Moran was first appointed to the commission in 2004 and is a partner in the Moran Law Firm. He formerly served on the Colorado River Commission and the state Wildlife Board.
Brown has been a member of the commission since 2008 and is a director for the Fennemore Craig Jones Vargas law firm.
They join commission Chairman Peter Bernhard and members Randolph Townsend and Tony Alamo on the board.