Assemblyman Keith Pickard is “exploiting community members” for political gain. Gun control won’t prevent mass shootings, and the key to improving education is keeping great teachers in the classroom. That’s all according to Byron Brooks, who’s running for the Republican nomination for Senate District 20.
If you think the Clark County School District cares about public input, its recently released draft transgender regulations will correct that misconception.
Why would Kim Wooden, deputy superintendent of the Clark County School District, attend a disciplinary meeting for second-year teacher Jason Wright? For most teachers, she wouldn’t, but Wright is no ordinary teacher.
Last fall, the Governor’s Office of Economic Development offered Amazon tax incentives worth $800 million and then spent months refusing to tell you about it.
In February, the campaign team of Democrat U.S. Senate candidate Jacky Rosen saw a pay bump — thanks to the Republican tax plan.
Nevadans need Education Savings Accounts, but not tax increases or new gun control measures. That’s according to Republican state Senate District 8 candidate Dan Rodimer.
If you want to fix the problems in the Clark County School District, you have to start in Carson City.
Liberal policy would be a lot more appealing it there weren’t so many examples of it failing all over the country.
When you don’t know what you’re talking about, use kids to send your message. That’s what adults upset over Clark County School District’s budget problems have done.
Animal traps be illegal on public lands, and Nevada should increase the gaming tax to hike education spending, according to Bryce Henderson.