Two warring factions among Nevada chiropractors split over a bill that has passed both houses of the Legislature without any “no” votes, despite one faction’s concerns that this bill poses a danger to public safety.
Depressed by the lack of accomplishments so far as Nevada legislators seem to focus on social issues instead of serious financial issues?
Touring the Discovery Children’s Museum with a group of first-graders from Givens Elementary School seemed like a smart idea. I could follow them around, watch their reactions, see what they liked best. It would be a reality-based column.
The UMC Foundation losing its nonprofit status is more of an embarrassment than a serious problem for the organization, but somehow it doesn’t inspire confidence. It makes one wonder: Who is minding the store?
You always remember columns that generate reader wrath.
For the past three months, two local men have been using mailbox keys to help themselves to mail in cluster mailboxes in Summerlin and the northwest valley, according to a federal indictment.
Las Vegas bankruptcy attorney Anthony DeLuca is the latest to receive a sanction and a sharp set-down from U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Bruce Markell, who has been aggressive about trying to inform the public about attorneys operating “bankruptcy mills.”
It’s not like it’s a dirty little secret, but Robin Skone-Palmer seldom brings up that she was a personal secretary for comedian Phyllis Diller and knows the ups and downs of working for a celebrity.
U.S. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid didn’t break laws when he asked Las Vegas attorney Will Kemp to donate to the Senate Majority PAC to help elect Democrats in the 2012 cycle.
Fellas, you can’t have it both ways.
Not to be too cynical, but how many of you think the rush to stop furloughs of air traffic controllers is tied to the fact that flight delays delay members of Congress and their contributors?
Recently a friend asked me how I learned about sex.
The Nevada Commission on Judicial Discipline will be looking for a new general counsel and executive director when David Sarnowski retires June 30, and the pay is a not-to-be-sneered-at $137,145, plus state benefits.
Two couples who were clients of Las Vegas bankruptcy attorney Randolph Goldberg asked U.S. District Judge Gloria Navarro to reject the plea agreement Goldberg struck with federal prosecutors.
Self-serving bills in the Nevada Legislature are not exactly a rarity. But usually they are introduced by legislators without any admission that the bills are for them or someone they love.
The infighting among Clark County commissioners erupted again Tuesday over the county hospital, which is predicted to have an $87 million loss in 2014, a $20 million drop from 2012 and yet another sign the hospital is hemorrhaging.
Remember the Ford Pinto scandal in the 1970s, when people died because Ford executives knew the car’s fuel tank was deadly, yet after a cost-benefit analysis decided it was cheaper to pay out settlements than to fix the millions of Pintos on the road?
Of all the things you would think would drive people wild, someone else’s failure to register his or her car in Nevada seems like it would fall low on the list of major irritations.
Whoever is chosen Tuesday to inherit Steven Brooks’ Assembly District 17 seat is going to be a loyal Democrat, willing to be “guided” by Democratic Speaker Marilyn Kirkpatrick. That’s a given.
The city of Las Vegas, the epicenter for squatters, was the first to pass a bill making lenders responsible for vacant homes in limbo because the foreclosure process hasn’t been finalized.
It took more than six weeks for Leon McKittrick to get six squatters out of a rental home he owns in Las Vegas.
First, understand the difference between renters and squatters.
The enmity between North Las Vegas Councilwoman Anita Wood and Clark County Commissioner Tom Collins continues.
For as long as expelled Assemblyman Steven Brooks sits in the West Valley Detention Center in Rancho Cucamonga, Calif., the public is safe.
There’s two of ’em. That’s the punch line to an old joke, but in this case, it’s not so laughable.
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