Read by Three is about to become Read by Never. On Monday, a host of Democrats introduced Assembly Bill 289, which would gut the requirement that third graders who aren’t proficient in reading repeat the grade.
CASRON CITY—Today’s doomsday prophets don’t stand on street corners with signs warning “The End is Nigh.” Instead, they hold hearings on the dangers of climate change.
Election officials are sounding the alarm on same-day voter registration.
Accountability for thee, but not for me. That’s what Nevada State Education Association is seeking.
Attorney General Aaron Ford’s friend has admitted to breaking numerous state laws. But Ford is refusing to say whether he’ll bring criminal charges.
For decades, conservatives have contended that the prevailing wage increases costs. Now Nevada governments are saying the same thing.
California makes businesses sweat, so Thompson Tee moved to Nevada.
It shouldn’t be hard to condemn anti-Semitism. Yet, Jacky Rosen, Catherine Cortez Masto, Susie Lee and Steven Horsford refused to do that last week when asked about remarks from Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn.
Medicare for all would make your private insurance plan illegal. That’s one of the details Democrats don’t like to mention when talking about the government taking over a sixth of the U.S. economy.
A bill in the Assembly would reduce the penalties students face for punching teachers. An animating belief behind the bill is that teachers can’t overcome their racial biases.