While making definitive predictions with 52 days left in the Legislative session is a good way to end up with rhetorical egg on your face, I’m calling it now: There will be no property tax increase this session.
House arrest, recycling competition and Medicaid highlight day 67 of Nevada Legislature.
Reading, dying and minimum wage highlight Day 66 of the legislative session.
In 2015, Sen. David Parks, D-Las Vegas, drew a taxpayer-backed pension of $103,947. Last week, Parks voted to keep you from finding out how much he will bank in the future.
Property taxes, construction defects and guns highlight day 65 of the Nevada Legislature.
Here are three things to watch for on day 64 of the 2017 Legislative session:
Senate Majority Leader Aaron Ford, D-Las Vegas, and Assembly Speaker Jason Frierson, D-Las Vegas, attend a church with a pastor who believes that homosexuality is a sin.
Collective bargaining for state workers, Medicaid and union pitches highlight day 61 of the Nevada Legislature.
Politicians’ reaction to the Review-Journal’s exposé on the systemic waste of tax dollars by the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority is a scandal in itself.
Free meals, driver authorization cards and civics tests highlight three things at the midway point of the 2017 Legislative session.