The battle over charter schools has come to Carson City. A bill introduced this week would stop the growth of new charter schools, which is the first step to withering them on the vine.
Nevada’s new U.S. Attorney Nicholas Trutanich refused to rule out the possibility of prosecuting marijuana crimes.
A proposal to create annual legislative sessions would also increase the legislator pay by 150 percent. Don’t expect them to highlight that part.
Almost midnight for Brexit and Prime Minister Theresa May.
Who wins the political debate over two contentious legislative issues — abortion and gun control — depends on who defines the terms.
Too many government agencies act like Nevada’s public records law is optional. A new bill would change that.
The Clark County School District has been using taxpayer resources to advance the political agenda of the teachers union.
Landlords would no longer be able to reject tenants who have a history of not paying rent under a new legislative proposal. That’s one of many changes politicians are debating to restrict the owners of rental properties.
Across the country, restorative justice is lowering test scores and increasing the number of students who feel unsafe at schools. That’s according to Max Eden, a senior fellow with the Manhattan Institute, who recently released a study on school discipline reform.
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.