After a decade of short-term fixes, Congress has finally passed a five-year highway bill. That’s the good news.
Today marks the third anniversary of the Affordable Care Act’s implementation in Nevada. So it makes sense for Nevadans to ask: How is the law playing out in the state?
Letters from Dan Zelna, Seth McNabb, William Golas, and Morton Friedlander.
Another year is in the books, and it wasn’t a good one for the cause of common sense. Political correctness, overreaction and alarmism continued their assault on our freedoms, to say nothing of our wallets and our mental health. As we dive into 2016, it’s worth recapping some of the most ridiculous stories of 2015. And, no, we’re not making any of this up.
The threat of terrorism has not significantly changed the visitor experience in Las Vegas, not since 9/11 and not since this year’s unnerving attacks in Paris and San Bernardino.
Regarding the ruling in the shooting death of Tamir Rice, Reuters reported the following: “A grand jury cleared two Cleveland police officers on Monday in the November 2014 fatal shooting of 12-year-old Tamir Rice, who was brandishing a toy gun in a park.” The prosecutor said there was a lack of evidence indicating criminal activity.
The simmering dispute between the city of Las Vegas and Clark County over uncompensated shared services could lead to an important, money-saving policy change in 2016: election consolidation.
Congress passed the federal omnibus spending bill so that we could find out what’s in it.
Letters from Esther Weinstein, Steve Bayliff and Robert Pursell.
Clark County government is in the market for a residence with 5,000 square feet, and officials want to spend $2.9 million of your money on the home for troubled juveniles. We should all be so fortunate to have such parameters in our own house hunts.