Today is Preview, the Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce’s annual look at what businesses can expect from the next 12 months.
Subscribe to Steve Sebelius RSS feed
Carson City has a language all its own. Here’s a handy guide to legislative terminology that will help you understand what’s going on in the capital.
Some things have changed considerably since the last Nevada Legislature convened. Here’s some of the things that are different as the 2015 session gets underway Monday.
It’s no surprise Attorney General Adam Laxalt decided to join 25 other states suing the federal government over President Barack Obama’s most recent executive action on immigration.
Everybody knows taxes are going to be big in the 2015 session. Here’s a list of some other issues that will occupy lawmaker’s time.
Every session has a cast of hundreds, but a few always stand out. Here are some to watch in 2015.
There will be plenty of numbers thrown at you by the time the 2015 Legislature wraps up. Here’s a few to get you started.
If a rose by any other name would smell as sweet, would a tax by another name be as odious?
As far back as 2006, we all knew the year of real reform would be 2015.
If President Obama was humbled by the Republican sweep of 2014, he didn’t show it during Tuesday’s State of the Union speech.
For decades, Nevada Democrats have wanted to tax business revenue to better fund public schools. And, coincidentally, Nevada has a governor who wants to tax business revenue to better fund public schools.
Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid, a former boxer, is one tough old bird.
The murderous, terrorist attack Wednesday on the offices of French satirical publication Charlie Hebdo, which claimed 12 lives, is but the latest example of certain extremist fundamentalist Muslims carrying out what they believe is a command of their religion to execute those who insult the Prophet Muhammad.
A new Gallup poll finds more people identifying themselves as political independents than ever before.
It looks like the moderate speaker survived a potential revolt from the conservative wing of the Republican caucus and will keep the gavel for the coming session.
Former John Ensign aide Doug Hampton was wronged by the ex-U.S. senator, to be sure, but he’s not entirely blameless himself.
A look back at some of the top stories that made 2014 such a crazy year.
As we look back at 2014, here’s the year’s most quotable quotes.
It’s been quite a year.
In the end, making a political issue personal might have done in Assemblywoman Michele Fiore.
The Nevada Supreme Court declined to rule on an appeal about whether a state employee could serve as an elected state official, or whether such service would violate the state’s constitution.
I was somewhat surprised last week when she accused Assembly Speaker-designate John Hambrick of waging a “war on women” after Hambrick removed her from her position as incoming chairwoman of the Assembly Taxation Committee for the 2015 Legislature.
This week, Nevada saw its own engineering marvel: A tunnel clawed into the earth, underneath Lake Mead, to a precise point at the bottom of the lake.
Things are pretty volatile in the Chaos Caucus.
Attorney General-elect Adam Laxalt has hired a new lawyer to defend Nevada against ‘ an unprecedented encroachment on our laws and our Constitution,’ but is having trouble identifying precisely what those are.