Gov. Brian Sandoval has always benefitted by comparisons to his predecessor.
One of the joys of my youth was blowing stuff up.
When last we checked in with the financially strapped city of North Las Vegas in 2012, it was suspending collective bargaining agreements with public safety agencies under a highly questionable interpretation of state law that was ripe for overturning by the courts.
Las Vegas City Manager Betsy Fretwell says Las Vegas has the potential to be a “sleeper city,” that is, one that surprises the rest of the country and the world with its innovation and industry.
The objections lodged by Gov. Brian Sandoval to a bill that would have required background checks for gun sales between private parties are notable primarily because they’re mostly wrong.
Suddenly, Gov. No New Taxes has become Gov. OK To Taxes.
Here’s a question to ask yourself: Do you believe every single eligible voter should be able to cast a ballot?
I knew from the start state Sen. Mark Hutchison, R-Las Vegas, was going to be a good lawmaker. You could tell from his campaign: earnest, respectful and policy-driven.
After every legislative session, there are regrets.
The 2013 Legislature ended the way most sessions do: With an unnecessary, entirely predictable special session to finish the work left undone by the constitutional midnight deadline.