The legislative session is over, but the drama surrounding legislatively approved bills isn’t.
As the Legislative Session winds down, a bipartisan consensus has emerged on the most unlikely topic — the need for limits on collective bargaining.
Long lines aren’t the only reason to be upset with the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles.
Gov. Steve Sisolak put Nevada first in vetoing the bill that would have put the state into the National Popular Vote compact.
Many students using Opportunity Scholarships will lose their funding within the next two years unless the Legislature acts, according to Don Soifer.
Government shouldn’t be able to seize and keep your property without proving that you’ve committed a crime.
Scoring political points is more important to legislative Democrats than funding the programs they believe will improve education.
If you want to see how the education establishment kills education reform efforts, look at what it has done over the past eight years to gut teacher evaluations.
The Nevada Legislative Session ends in nine days. Some of the most consequential bills have yet to receive a single vote.
Steve Sisolak once used detailed payroll data to show that firefighters were gaming the overtime system. As governor, he’s likely to decide the fate of a bill that would hide similar information.