Either Steve Sisolak doesn’t know how to improve Nevada health care or he thinks he can’t get elected telling voters what he wants to do. Neither possibility is comforting, but that’s the conclusion you’re left with after reading the health care plan he released Monday.
Nevada education needs more money combined with accountability, but it’s too early to promise funding for Education Savings Accounts, according to Republican gubernatorial candidate and current Nevada attorney general Adam Laxalt.
Question 5 would automatically add non-citizen voters onto Nevada voter rolls. That’s not speculation. It’s in the text of the initiative.
Susie Lee has been repeatedly late paying property taxes and utility bills over the last dozen years, a Review-Journal investigation has uncovered. Lee’s late property tax payments resulted in over $1,300 in penalty and interest payments. She also had seven separate liens filed against three Las Vegas properties for unpaid sewer and solid waste service bills.
Talk is cheap. Leaving NV Energy isn’t. Large corporations have spent over $100 million to ditch NV Energy’s monopoly. Pass for Question 3, and you’ll have the same opportunity — with one major difference. It won’t cost you a dime.
Nevada needs to increase the number of psychiatric ERs and the penalty for some serious crimes, according to Republican attorney general candidate Wes Duncan.
Election Day is a month away, and Steve Sisolak has offered almost nothing specific about what policies he’d pursue if elected.
One year ago tomorrow, the unthinkable happened. The October 1 murders devastated families and tore gaping holes in the Las Vegas community. We’ll never again think that it can’t happen here.
What do you do when two gripping personal narratives contradict each other? Your answer to that question will inform your thoughts on yesterday’s testimony by Christine Blasey Ford and Brett Kavanaugh.
Passing Question 3 will lead to lower electric rates, contends Jon Wellinghoff, the former chairman of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, who’s with the Yes on 3 campaign.