CARSON CITY — So we can elect judges, but we can’t recall them?
CARSON CITY — One of the mysteries of the 2017 session is why majority Democrats are introducing bills that would eliminate, roll back or modify some of the education reforms passed in 2015, when Republicans were in charge.
CARSON CITY — What is education for?
CARSON CITY — Could this finally be the year that the most common-sense campaign finance reform becomes law?
What if they held an election and nobody came?
It was probably inevitable we would end up here, with the scrapping of a Senate rule that lowers the threshold to end debate over a Supreme Court nominee from 60 votes to a simple majority.
The 2017 municipal elections are in the books, and, for the tiny fraction of the eligible voting population who participated, they were sure slightly interesting. Here’s a few thoughts on the morning after the Not-So-Big Day.
U.S. Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto says she approached her decision on the confirmation of Supreme Court nominee Judge Neil Gorsuch the way she used to prepare for cases as a lawyer: She did her research.
If there was any doubt the Legislature stands behind a proposal to reorganize the Clark County School District, it was put to rest last week in Carson City.