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GOP has facts, fails to deliver in oversight hearings

At a certain point, you have to realize you can’t hit a fastball. House Republicans don’t quite get that they are hopeless at oversight hearings. They keep losing — and now the chairman of the House Oversight Committee has just introduced articles of impeachment against IRS Commissioner John Koskinen.

LETTERS: It’s time to stop bashing, start supporting Roos-N-More

After reading the Review-Journal article on the Roos-N-More zoo, I had a flashback to my childhood in Chicago, where I would ride my bicycle to the Brookfield Zoo (“Moapa zoo cleared to reopen,” Oct. 22 Review-Journal). I would pay my quarter to see the animals, eat a lunch my mom packed and enjoy nature. That was 50 years ago.

Limited acquisitions of federal land would benefit Nevada

Nevada communities surrounded by extensive public lands find their local economies and way of life influenced profoundly by federal land management decisions. That is why I joined with the Nevada Association of Counties on Sept. 29 to host the Summit on Public Lands in Nevada.

Legislative solution would benefit NV Energy, casinos, electricity consumers

Nevada’s casinos and the state’s largest electricity supplier are locked in an escalating conflict, but the Nevada Legislature can turn the impasse into a victory for both parties if it will merely restore economic freedom to electricity markets.

ESA applicant income disparity not what it seems

Households from higher-income ZIP codes are applying for Nevada’s new Education Savings Accounts in greater numbers than families in low-income ZIP codes.

ESA applications reveal wealth gap

Nevada’s education savings accounts were sold to the 2015 Legislature, in part, as a way to level the playing field between students from rich and poor backgrounds.

EDITORIAL: Public Utilities Commisar

The Public Utilities Commission would rather not have the word “public” in its name.

EDITORIAL: Health insurance mandate gets costlier

Today marks the start of a new open enrollment period for Nevada’s health insurance exchange. The process promises to be smoother than either of Nevada Health Link’s previous two signup periods, which were among the worst Obamacare debacles in the country — no small feat for a law that has caused chaos throughout the health insurance marketplace and canceled millions of policies.

Shorter shot clock no magic wand for college basketball

This is not meant to burst any bubbles, but prepare for a pretty massive bazooka-like blast: The move by college basketball to a 30-second shot clock this season has every chance to deliver the opposite of intended results.

Mountain West basketball preview

Teams are listed in predicted order of finish based on Mountain West preseason media poll.

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