Former governors and senators discussed leadership lessons at a symposium at UNLV’s William S. Boyd Law School last week in a program headed by former Gov. Brian Sandoval.
The Nevada Legislature passed the buck on raising sales taxes for education and social programs to the Clark County Commission, a gimmick that’s all-too-common when it comes to setting tax policy in the Silver State.
A teachers strike has been averted, but we’re still waiting to find the answer to the most perplexing question surrounding the drama: Why?
A Clark County School District teacher’s union strike may be understandable, or even justified, but it’s definitely not necessary, given the state of Nevada’s labor laws.
If we do nothing about the problems of gun violence, we’re accepting a death toll as the price of our freedom.
Former Nuclear Regulatory Commission Chairman Gregory Jaczko says cheaper, safer renewable energy technology such as solar and wind power is a better alternative than continuing to work to make nuclear power plants safer.
Nevada courts may finally take up the question of whether extending a tax that would otherwise have expired counts as a tax increase that requires a two-thirds vote in the Legislature.
From President Trump’s tweets to a House resolution condemning him for racism to the chanting throngs at a Trump rally, last week was one of farce.
Former state Treasurer Dan Schwartz’s announcement last week that he will challenge Rep. Susie Lee in the 3rd Congressional District marks an early start to Nevada’s most competitive House seat.
Not everybody may share Elizabeth Warren’s political ideas, but the philosophy that undergirds her approach finds appeal across party lines.