If you own more than $10 billion in bonds, you should know what a bond is. That’s why Public Employees’ Retirement System of Nevada board members heard a presentation Thursday on bonds before their regular meeting.
Education spending in Nevada keeps going up, but the Clark County School District keeps complaining it doesn’t get enough.
Three years ago, Adam Laxalt was a little-known, long shot candidate for attorney general. Today, he has emerged as the leading GOP gubernatorial candidate and the de facto leader of Nevada’s Republican Party.
Vice President Mike Pence will be the keynote speaker at Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt’s Basque Fry event on Aug. 26.
If Nevada Senate Democrats had their way, you never would have known about the double dippers recently uncovered by the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
Just 19 months after the December 2015 special session in which the Legislature approved those giveaways, Faraday Future announced Monday it is not building a factory in North Las Vegas after all.
It’s easy to make heart-wrenching ads when you’re not bound by pesky things like the truth. Keep that in mind when you see television commercials shrieking that people will die if Sen. Dean Heller votes for Republicans’ Obamacare replacement. Opposing groups are spending big to deceive Nevadans about the impact of that bill.
Forget health care or taxes. The current public-policy discussion with the farthest-reaching societal implications is on transgender issues.
Raise the minimum wage, reduce worker pay. That’s not what the left promised, but that’s what’s happening in Seattle, which is phasing in a $15-an-hour minimum wage.
Nevada Republicans up and down the ballot believe they’ve found a winning issue — prohibiting sanctuary cities — and they’re preparing to make it a key issue in the 2018 campaign.