It’s the third Friday of the 2017 Legislative Session, and lawmakers are, once again, heading out early. There’s still plenty happening on Day 19.
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The solution to the financial difficulties cited by local governments in their campaign to raise your property taxes should be simple. But it isn’t — thanks to rules imposed by state lawmakers.
It’s Day 18 of the 2017 Legislative Session. Lawmakers will consider bills ranging from predatory control tactics to economic development.
It’s Day 17 of the 2017 Legislative Session. After a busy Tuesday, things calm down a bit for Wednesday.
School district officials went before the Legislature’s tax committees last week and cried poverty. Talk about déjà vu all over again.
The third week of the Legislature is rolling along, and it’s already Day 16 of the 2017 Legislative Session. Here’s what to watch for:
It’s the start of the third week of the 2017 Legislative Session, and Day 15 is going to be busy.
Earlier this month, President Donald Trump tapped Vice President Mike Pence to head up a commission on voter fraud . Pence should start his investigation right here in Nevada, where the motto of our voter registration system might as well be “Trust, don’t verify.”
It’s Day 12 of the 2017 Legislative Session. It’s the second Friday of the session, and like last Friday, it’ll be a light day for lawmakers.
If you prefer ignorance on policy issues and politicians, do the rest of us a favor: don’t vote.
It’s Day 11 of the 2017 Legislative Session. It’ll be a full day of committee hearings with bills on a wide variety of subjects.
It’s Day 10 of the 2017 Legislative Session. Lawmakers have now introduced over 400 bills. They’re voting bills out of committee and even giving bills floor votes.
Empathy, discussion, debate — even verbal jabs — require that people understand each other.
It’s Valentine’s Day, but don’t expect everything to be roses on Day 9 of the 2017 Legislative Session.
It’s Day 8 of the 2017 Legislative Session, and the start of the second week. Committees are getting into a groove, and lawmakers are working with the Legislative Counsel Bureau to perfect language on bills they want to introduce.
CARSON CITY — It’d sure be nice to be able to vote yourself a pay raise. That’s what Assemblyman Steve Yeager, D-Las Vegas, wants to do with his recently introduced Assembly Bill 121 .
A proposal aimed at ensuring men and women receive equal pay isn’t just unnecessary. It creates a pathway to punish political opponents.
It’s the fifth day of the 2017 Legislative Session, and it’s finally Friday. Yes, legislators and lobbyists are just as excited as the rest of us. Here’s what to watch for.
It was only an opening skirmish, but Thursday’s hearing in Senate Finance previewed how desperate liberals are to stop Education Savings Accounts, Nevada’s groundbreaking school-choice program.
It’s the fourth day of the 2017 Legislative Session. The third day was relatively calm, but Day 4 won’t be. Here’s what to watch for.
Democrats aren’t wasting any time trying to overturn Republican reforms from 2015.
It’s the third day of the 2017 Legislative Session. Committees are just about in full swing and Democrats’ liberal agenda is on full display, including yesterday’s introduction of a massive minimum wage increase. Here’s what to watch for today:
On Day 2 of the 2017 Nevada Legislature, Senate Democrats introduced a minimum-wage bill. Beyond heated debate, the bill will shed light on the strategy Democrats will use to push their liberal agenda.
It’s the second day of the 2017 Legislative Session. After some surprising fireworks in yesterday’s opening speeches, here are three things to watch for this Tuesday.
On the first day of the 2017 Legislature, the new Democratic leaders of Nevada’s Assembly and Senate showed they’ll pursue similar agendas in much different ways.
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