It’s worth noting that while the drivers of all those new electric cars are cashing their subsidy checks, they won’t be paying a dime toward the fund earmarked for transportation infrastructure improvements.
Despite such strong language in Nevada’s public records law, the tendency of bureaucracies to prefer darkness over light, anonymity over scrutiny, remains strong.
Nevada currently sits in fairly good position. But members of the 2019 Legislature, along with our next governor, would do well to stop ignoring the state’s growing long-term pension responsibilities.
But at the same time what is happening to the value of that piece of paper students receive after serving their time?
The audit found 278 instances in which the IRS invoked structuring laws to seize cash and the source of the money was later identified. In a whopping 91 percent of those cases, the money had been legally obtained.
Online harassment laws such as Washington’s have been struck down in years past by state courts in New York and North Carolina. As they should have been.
Judge Navarro is going to extraordinary lengths to address prosecution fears of “jury nullification,” in which jurors may refuse to convict based on a belief that the law or punishment is unjust.
Taking up the case were attorneys for the Rutherford Institute, a nonprofit civil liberties organization that had filed a friend-of-the-court brief arguing that citizens have an essential right to record public law enforcement activities.
While arguing that “everyone has a right to their day in court” sounds persuasive, arbitration can be a reasonable tool for dispute resolution,
After the government there, effective April 1, eliminated a tax break for those purchasing electric vehicles, the number of Tesla cars registered fell to zero. That’s right. Zero.