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Half-baked study cooks margins tax

Question 3, the business margins tax, is a study in overreach. So it’s appropriate and unsurprising that the most recent and likely last pre-election study on the initiative’s economic impact holds even less water than the question itself.

Teens losing summer jobs to … robots?

Thousands of young adults this summer flocked to the season’s must-see blockbuster movie, “Dawn of The Planet of the Apes.” In reality, though, it’s not rampaging primates that teens need to be worried about — it’s the rise of the robots.

EDITORIAL: Butterfly flap

More jobs, more recreational opportunities and new tourism infrastructure for Southern Nevada could be blown away by the butterfly effect.

EDITORIAL: Show us the money

If we were to list every federal tax and fee on these pages, we’d need a few weeks to complete the task. There are so many taxes flowing into Washington that not even the IRS can keep track of them all.

Truth doesn’t fit in templates

If you can extrapolate anything from the fog of an unfolding, emotionally charged news story, it is this: Never underestimate the human desire to jump to conclusions.

Medina hands Love first defeat

Rogelio Medina (33-6, 27 knockouts) stunned J’Leon Love (18-1, 10 KOs) with a left hook, forcing referee Tony Weeks to call a halt at 39 seconds of the third round in the main event of their super middleweight bout Saturday at the Palms.

Flanagan’s four TDs key Mojave win

Ty Flanagan rushed for 292 yards and four touchdowns on 12 carries Saturday to help Mojave’s football team defeat Skyview (Idaho) 48-40 in the Rocky Mountain Rumble at Pocatello, Idaho.

Entries sought for Nevada Day parade

Why simply watch from the sidewalk when you can play an active role in Nevada’s 150th birthday celebration? The City of Las Vegas is accepting applications for entries in a special Nevada Day parade to be held downtown on the state’s big day, Oct. 31.

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