The Nevada Supreme Court handed off to legislators a Nevada State Education Association business tax petition Thursday, in effect crying “Let the tax battle begin.”
Nevada health authorities might get a new tool to deal with mentally ill people who appear to be a danger to themselves or others: a court order committing them to outpatient care and regular medication.
Assembly Speaker Marilyn Kirkpatrick jokingly mimicked Assemblyman Steven Brooks’ “Jesus-on-the-cross” photo that appeared in Friday’s Review-Journal.
It’s been a bad month for Steven Brooks. The Democratic Assemblyman from Las Vegas is in pain from medical problems and, he says, a physical beating he took before he was arrested and accused of threatening to harm Assembly Speaker Marilyn Kirkpatrick.
The strange saga of Assemblyman Steven Brooks, who faces a felony charge of threatening Assembly Speaker Marilyn Kirkpatrick, got a bit stranger Wednesday when he made a brief appearance at the Legislative Building.
Embattled Assemblyman Steven Brooks, D-North Las Vegas, did not show up Tuesday morning at the Legislative Building for a planned news conference on an alleged threat against the Assembly speaker.
Assemblyman Steven Brooks was arrested Saturday on a charge of threatening Nevada Assembly Speaker Marilyn Kirkpatrick. A state legislator said Brooks had been telling people Kirkpatrick’s “first day as speaker would be her last.”
The signs that her youngest daughter was a prostitute couldn’t have been more obvious, although she didn’t make the connection at the time.