Dean Heller for U.S. Senate. Adam Laxalt for governor.
The Clark County School District has long been one of the state’s most aggressive scofflaws when it comes to Nevada’s public records law. And once again, the taxpayers must pay the price.
Once again, the Nevada Supreme Court has come to the rescue of Nevada’s Public Records Act. Last week, it ruled the Public Employee Retirement System of Nevada must fulfill a records request seeking retire names, payouts, years of service and retirement dates.
Nevada ACT scores inched higher for the class of 2018. State educational officials, accustomed to so much bad news, no doubt breathed a sigh of relief. But let’s keep the Dom Perignon corked.
Mr. Trump’s penchant for going low only distracts from his message.
Yet he attacks the policies that pulled us out of the ditch.
As early voting begins, voters face six statewide ballot questions on issues ranging from taxes to energy to voting. Aside from Question 3, which will be covered separately, these measures aren’t worth supporting.
Nevada voters should ignore the noise and embrace retail energy choice as a means of controlling costs and encouraging innovation.
For state constitutional offices, the Las Vegas Review-Journal endorses Wes Duncan for attorney general; Michael Roberson for lieutenant governor; Barbara Cegavske for secretary of state; Bob Beers for treasurer; and Ron Knecht for controller.
Tisha Black, Jim Gibson top the choices