Sexual harassment allegations against state Sen. Mark Manendo are going to hurt the political career of Senate Majority Leader Aaron Ford.
Some people go to great lengths to hide their intellectual dishonesty. Not the leaders of Culinary Local 226. Last week, they sent out a news release and invited Gov. Brian Sandoval to join the celebration of their glaring hypocrisy.
The district’s challenge is that its best employees and sexual predators take an interest in students that goes beyond their contractual obligations — for completely different reasons.
If you’re looking for politics that matter, forget Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ testimony before Congress. Look at what happened just happened in Carson City.
Making bold predictions about the Nevada Legislature is as risky as any casino wager — there are no locks. Here’s a look back at the picks I got right and the predictions I’d rather have back.
After long insisting that Education Savings Accounts were “vouchers,” a majority of Democrats in both houses of the Nevada Legislature voted to expand a program of private-school choice that resembles vouchers in many ways. And liberal special interests groups applauded them.
If you want to convince people that government should have less power, just bring them to the Nevada Legislative Building during the final hours of a session.
If the Brian Sandoval who ran for governor in 2010 were in office today, the 2017 Legislature would have ended much differently.
Despite months of rhetoric from Gov. Brian Sandoval on the need for Education Savings Accounts, the session will end without ESA funding.
The legislative session has come down to a big game of chicken. At stake is the funding thousands of Nevada children need to improve their education.