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Kamala Harris campaigns in Las Vegas
 
Kamala Harris campaigns in Las Vegas

Democratic Sen. Kamala Harris castigated President Donald Trump’s merit-based immigration plan, saying it was “short-sighted” and overlooked the cultural significance of family, during a campaign stop in Las Vegas.

“We cannot allow people to start parsing and pointing fingers and creating hierarchies among immigrants,” Harris told Asian Pacific Islander leaders at a Chinatown restaurant, one of two appearances she made Thursday.

Desert Oasis in 4A title game
 
Desert Oasis in 4A title game

Desert Oasis coach Paul Buboltz talks about making the championship game. Video by Mark Anderson/Las Vegas Review-Journal

Jerry Lewis house up for auction – VIDEO
 
Jerry Lewis house up for auction – VIDEO

Jerry Lewis’ house was sold last year to Jane Popple. She now has the house up for auction with a few things left behind that belonged to Jerry. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)

The Right Take New Education Funding Plan – VIDEO
 
The Right Take New Education Funding Plan – VIDEO

On Monday, Senate Education Committee chair Mo Denis, D-Las Vegas, released a new education funding formula. For years, many Democrat politicians have criticized the current education funding formula, called the Nevada Plan. They claim it’s old and outdated. Their biggest beef is that it doesn’t allocate more money for students who are English Language Learners or live in poverty. The theory is that it’s harder to educate those students and so they need additional services, which costs additional money.

Kamala Harris campaigns in Nevada
 
Kamala Harris campaigns in Nevada

California Senator Kamala Harris meets with One APIA Nevada, a nonprofit organization that advocates for policies empowering Asian Pacific Islander Nevadans. (Michael Quine/Las Vegas Review-Journal)

Las Vegas Smith & Wollensky opens at The Venetian
 
Las Vegas Smith & Wollensky opens at The Venetian

After 18 years, the Smith & Wollensky location on Las Vegas’ south Strip closed in 2017, to be re-born two years later with a rib-cutting — instead of a ribbon-cutting — in The Grand Canal Shoppes at The Venetian. (Heidi Knapp Rinella/Review-Journal)

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