Standing up for civil liberties.
Like a persistent and unpleasant microbe, Rossi Ralenkotter’s platinum parachute is the gift that keeps on giving local taxpayers a recurring case of gastrointestinal distress.
Government shouldn’t be able to seize and keep your property without proving that you’ve committed a crime.
The fate of a host of bills will tell the tale.
If you want to see how the education establishment kills education reform efforts, look at what it has done over the past eight years to gut teacher evaluations.
It’s Memorial Day, the day we see heartfelt tributes to our troops and veterans. They’re worthy of year-round thanks, of course, especially with so many service members coming home from multiple combat tours.
Scuttling a tax sunset requires a two-thirds vote.
Steve Sisolak once used detailed payroll data to show that firefighters were gaming the overtime system. As governor, he’s likely to decide the fate of a bill that would hide similar information.
Faced with a choice of maintaining relief for school districts or appeasing their union patrons by burdening districts with higher construction expenditures, legislative Democrats chose the latter.
State and local politicians must acknowledge their own involvement in the problem.