This won’t be a popular suggestion with many, but the Gov. Kenny Guinn Memorial Millennium Scholarship needs to be re-evaluated. Nevada just can’t afford to continue the hugely popular program, which provides up to $10,000 for Nevada students to attend universities and colleges in state.
The indictment of former Assemblyman Morse Arberry Jr. on charges he failed to report $121,545 in contributions to his 2008 campaign was no shocker.
One of the last moments of drama in the 2011 Legislature’s final performance was whether Gov. Brian Sandoval would veto NV Energy’s bill shifting the costs of building transmission lines to provide power to California. Or would he sign the bill and place that monkey on the backs of Nevada ratepayers?
One praiseworthy bill flew beneath the radar during the 2011 Legislature. It wasn’t controversial. It didn’t make lawmakers lash out in anger. Thus, it received scant attention.
The magic of the Goodman name turned out to be a bone-crusher for mayoral wanna-be Chris Giunchigliani. But you don’t even have to be related to Oscar Goodman to benefit from the name.