Sen. Gansert herself has taken the “precedent” defense. That position says the government insiders have been treating Article 3, Section 1 like a roll of toilet paper for decades, so where does anyone get off challenging her after all this time?
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It is time for members of our Congress, regardless of party, to start looking at what works for the people rather than what works for the party line.
If there are four years left on the current agreement, what’s the hurry to create any extension? Why should this even be up for discussion at the April 5 meeting?
How to honor the former Nevada senator
If her concerns are for her constituents then her sympathy for a government that protects terrorists is un-American, at best.
Only an intense yearning for justice, decency, anti-corruption and true respect for women.
In my opinion, reparative therapy is an act reflecting hate. SB 201 reflects an effort to create a society of love and compassion.
I guess my desire for the Legislature to concentrate on solving real issues is a pipe dream. The best result we can hope for now is early adjournment.
Their anti-hunting efforts stems from emotions and not reality.
This could become a bigger hazard than DUI.