The two-state approach has for decades been the foundation for most plans to address the Middle East conflict. But it has borne precious little fruit.
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According to the report, an effort to save millions of salmon below the Oroville dam may have prompted the potentially disastrous delay in releasing water from the dam.
Sen. Gansert herself has taken the “precedent” defense. That position says the government insiders have been treating Article 3, Section 1 like a roll of toilet paper for decades, so where does anyone get off challenging her after all this time?
Nevada’s counties, cities and school districts understand the need to improve the stability of a uniform statewide tax system in order to maintain the level of services they are currently providing.
The anti-Trump opposition flatters itself as “the resistance.” As if this is Vichy France. It’s not. It’s 21st-century America. And the good news is that the checks and balances are working just fine.
Of course Republicans pulled their health-care bill.
Nevadans deserve to hear the science before we walk away from a $15 billion investment that could bring jobs and infrastructure that are desperately needed, especially in the rural communities.
Allowing the wrong tourist or immigrant into America, or leaving our border unsecured, could lead to the end of Vegas as we know it.
The reflexive horror from Congress and (yes) the media to spending cuts reveals a central cause of chronic budget deficits. There’s a bipartisan unwillingness to answer this question: What is government for?
Sometimes, though, if Washington just gets out of the way, technology, the profit motive, ingenuity, and generosity can help solve problems that confound politicians.
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