Democrats have full control in Carson City, and they’re eager to reward their union allies with power and costly perks. Gov. Steve Sisolak has already promised to give collective bargaining to state workers. Democrats are also eager to roll back the modest collective bargaining reforms passed in 2015. They pushed through a bill repealing those reforms in 2017, but then-governor Brian Sandoval vetoed it.
Over the next two years, Gov. Steve Sisolak plans to gut and eliminate Brian Sandoval’s major education reforms. It’s all to benefit the government unions who backed his campaign.
Nevada’s growing economy and the largest tax hike in Nevada history, passed just four years ago, have given Sisolak record amounts to spend. And spend he does, seeking to increase the state budget by over 10 percent or around $900 million.
Newly elected Governor Steve Sisolak talks with Review-Journal reporters about increasing the minimum wage, Nevada’s budget for 2019 and increasing teacher’s pay.
Governor Steve Sisolak delivers his State of the State speech where he talked about Healthcare and gun control. Political reporters Colton Lochead and Bill Dentzer go over the highlights from Sisolak’s speech.
Highlights from the State of the State Address given by Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak.
Every time someone celebrates the number of female elected officials in Nevada, they undercut the transgender movement.
Governor Steve Sisolak was sworn into office on Monday and plans to continue the work that former Governor Brian Sandoval started during his time in office. Reporters Colton Lochhead and Bill Dentzer go over Sisolak’s Inaugural speech and the key points to take away from it.
Gov. Steve Sisolak speaks at the 2019 inauguration where he and other politicians were sworn into office on Monday, Jan. 7. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Newly inaugurated Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak gets right to work signing a executive order to combat sexual harassment. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)