Is extending an existing tax the same as a tax increase? That question has been answered differently by legislative lawyers in past years as opposed to this one.
The Nevada Legislative Session ends in nine days. Some of the most consequential bills have yet to receive a single vote.
Nancy Pelosi spoke of President Donald Trump’s “cover-up” and asked his aides and family for an “intervention” last week. The insinuation of course, is that Trump has lost his mind or is acting in ways that could damage our country.
When both sides in a political skirmish think they’ve won, the loser is usually you.
The Nevada Legislature could pass a controversial gun control measure without even holding a public hearing.
The language in the bill banning bump stocks is still too vague. Red flag laws are a violation of due process. That’s according to Don Turner, president of the Nevada Firearms Coalition.
Echoes of the 2016 American election.
When public education fails, many say it needs more money. When Opportunity Scholarships succeed, those same people want to cut its funding.
The names of retired public employees would be public under an amendment to Senate Bill 224, but other information critical in guarding against abuse would be made confidential.
Abortion advocates use the same technique as proponents of slavery did 160 years ago — dehumanize a marginalized group to deny them their rights.
And it’s spreading all over the globe because the people want Trump-like leaders.
The Office of Legal Counsel has ruled that the Food and Drug Administration can’t regulate execution drugs the way it regulates other prescription medicine.
The long-awaited bill creating a new education funding formula is here. Many key details, however, are yet to be determined.
The Las Vegas City Council erred by preventing development at the Badlands Golf Course, according to Victoria Seaman, Ward 2 candidate for the council.
President Donald Trump’s economic policies pulled states from the brink of ruin.