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A doctor’s PAC ad claims Rep. Joe Heck is against “junk lawsuits.” But he and the Republican caucus voted for the mother of all junk lawsuits in voting to sue President Obama.
The Nevada state assemblyman — who died last week — was not a star in the Legislature. But he didn’t shy away from attacking big issues, even when he knew he probably wouldn’t succeed.
A photo snapped during a recent debate in a hot studio with a malfunctioning air conditioner has become campaign fundraising fodder.
Three lawmakers who served in the 2013 Legislature have died in the months since: Peggy Pierce, Joe Hogan and, today, Pete Livermore.
There may be a good reason the elites of the Nevada business community are so vehemently campaigning against The Education Initiative.
It was great this week to be able to see and hear — live and in person! — a potential candidate for the Democratic nomination for president of the United States in 2016.
In the confusing hours after the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals issued its ruling holding Nevada’s same-sex marriage ban unconstitutional, I threw a little Twitter praise toward the Coalition for the Preservation of Marriage.
Republicans are attacking lieutenant governor candidate Assemblywoman Lucy Flores for allegedly failing to properly report campaign expenditures.
It’s not that Nevada’s Republican state Senate candidates can’t debate their opponents; it’s that they’re choosing not to debate.
If pang of conscience prevents a person from performing his or her job in government, or upholding an oath to administer justice under the Constitution, that person needs to resign.
Give Nevada’s most strident opponent of gay marriage, Richard Ziser, credit for one thing at least: When he warned the 2009 Legislature that passing a domestic partnership law would undermine the state’s straights-only marriage policy, he was right.
A three-judge panel of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals today struck down Nevada’s constitutional and statutory bans on gay marriage.
As Election Day nears, rumors of a possible alternative to The Education Initiative keep surfacing. But what is it?
Did you hear that MGM Resorts International — purveyors of the M Life customer loyalty program — is suing a medical marijuana company calling itself “M’Life” on grounds of copyright infringement?
The mildly amusing, occasionally mean roundup of everything you need to know in politics.
The Culinary Local 226 released its list of endorsements this week, mostly Democrats, with the sure-to-win Republican Gov. Brian Sandoval thrown in for good measure. But the union also urged a “no” vote on The Education Initiative.
Teresa Lowry thinks she can make a difference in Carson City … and nobody is going to tell her differently
I write to dissent from the majority opinion of my colleagues on the Review-Journal’s editorial board, with respect to The Education Initiative, the 2 percent margin tax that will appear on your November ballot as Question 3.
For perhaps the first time since Nevada finally got serious about implementing its medical marijuana laws, a state regulation makes sense.
The mildly amusing, occasionally mean roundup of everything you need to know in politics this week!
Republicans hadn’t even uttered their first cheer at the news of the resignation of Attorney General Eric Holder on Thursday when speculation began that Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid had a devious scheme afoot.
Assemblyman Cresent Hardy admits he’s not “an articulate, well-spoken, back-slapping person” … and these quotes prove it!
Back in 2011, state Sen. Michael Roberson was a freshman member of the minority party known for tossing bombs and angering everybody from the Republican governor to the Democratic majority leader.
Ross Miller plays the tough-guy crime fighter in his first biographical spot in the race for attorney general.
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