“Coincidences” keep piling up in the narrative liberals are spinning about Gaming Control Board Chairman A.G. Burnett’s secret recording of a March 2016 conversation with Attorney General Adam Laxalt.
Here are three things to watch for on day 99 of the 2017 Legislative Session.
There’s a handy term floating around Carson City: Veto-bait.
ESAs, paid sick leave and purchasing Medicaid are on today’s agenda in the Nevada Legislature.
There’s nothing unprecedented about a Nevada attorney general intervening on behalf of the Gaming Control Board in litigation between private parties, even when one of the parties is a licensee.
Records secrecy, voter registration and property-tax hike highlight day 95 of the Nevada Legislature.
Minimum wage, prevailing wage and assisted suicide highlight day 94 of the Nevada Legislature.
If no one’s failing, you have no accountability. That’s what lawmakers need to remember as they consider AB320.
3 things to watch on Legislative Session Day 93: reform rollbacks, gun-free libraries and pot tax.
The stories told by SB201 supporters were horrifying: electrodes on sensitive body parts and ice baths intended to change someone’s sexual orientation. What’s happening behind the scenes at the Legislature, however, shows that those stories are just smoke screens for banning speech that liberals find intolerable.