So, now what?
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If there’s one inescapable conclusion to Review-Journal reporter Jane Ann Morrison’s excellent story last Sunday, it’s this: We’ve got to stop electing judges.
Republicans were outraged in 2009, after President Barack Obama said companies that took bailout money “can’t go take a trip to Las Vegas or go down to the Super Bowl on the taxpayer’s dime.”
Finally, Nevada is climbing to the top of a good list!
There was no small bit of controversy following the Clark County Republican Party’s vote to drop planks opposing same-sex marriage and abortion from its official party platform.
So, now what do we do?
Near the start of a fundraising letter paid for by the Sue Lowden for lieutenant governor campaign, sexual assault victim Amanda Collins warns you her story won’t be easy to read.
Opponents of The Education Initiative say the margin tax will have devastating consequences for Nevada, but is their rhetoric a bit overwrought?
There is just nothing that’s right about the campaign spending scandal now enveloping Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid.
Gov. Brian Sandoval dropped by the Review-Journal last week for a wide-ranging discussion that eventually turned to education.
A Democratic PAC supporting Senate candidates is fielding ads against the Koch brothers in key states.
Henderson Mayor Andy Hafen won a close election, and he won a blowout. That’s the nature of politics.
Ask anybody if UNLV should become a Tier 1 “Very High Research” university, and most people will say yes.
A defeated political foe is arguing that Henderson Mayor Andy Hafen must resign, in light of a state Supreme Court ruling in a Reno term-limits case.
Clark County voters, it’s up to you. Again.
Although I predicted it on “Nevada Week in Review” back in January, I still harbored a tiny bit of surprise on Friday when it actually happened.
From the start, there was something of a consensus on the need to revise the Metropolitan Police Department gang identification policy.
Of all the political stunts ever recorded, the recent threat by Democratic pressure group American Bridge has got to rank among the lamest of the lame.
Nevada may be a long way from Kansas, but when it comes to state funding for schools, it may be closer than you think.
It’s been a week, and I still can’t believe my friend J.J. Jackson is gone.
You could be forgiven if you thought two-term Assemblywoman Lucy Flores was announcing her campaign for governor on Saturday, and not lieutenant governor.
As outrage over the rollout of a new Metro Police protocol on responding to noninjury accidents unfolds, at least one of the candidates for Clark County sheriff says he’ll do his best to search for ways to continue the practice of sending a cop to most every fender-bender.
Suddenly, the “preservation of religious freedom” is all the rage.
It must be that nobody has ever called Mark Hutchison a liberal before.
Nevada, as we all know, has one of the highest unemployment rates in the nation.
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