Gov. Steve Sisolak touted a bill to provide a public option for health insurance in Nevada, but his Republican opponent warned against government-run health care.
Gov. Steve Sisolak is fighting a close battle for re-election to a second and final term against Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo.
The regulation will lower the cost of obtaining or renewing a Nevada substitute teaching license.
“We’re starting to see a slight uptick in positive cases, so anything somebody can do to protect themselves and if you do get COVID, it’d be a lot less severe,” Gov. Steve Sisolak said.
Fifteen Republicans are fighting in the June primary for the chance to unseat incumbent Gov. Steve Sisolak in November.
If President Joe Biden thinks governors are responsible for vaccination rates, Gov. Steve Sisolak deserves more scrutiny than Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis.
Some rural Nevada governments have adopted one of the left’s favorite tactics on illegal immigration to fight coronavirus restrictions.
More Clark County children died from drugs last year than from the coronavirus. Same with suicide. It’s fair to assume coronavirus restrictions contributed to the increase in deaths.
King Steve Sisolak and state health officials have all the credibility of Chicken Little.
If you want to understand the disparity between Nevada’s public and private sector, just look at Gov. Steve Sisolak’s budget proposal.
If only Gov. Steve Sisolak was as committed to vaccine distribution as he is to pointing fingers.
Reports of Nevada’s impending budget crisis have been greatly exaggerated.
It’s emblematic of 2020 that an unemployment rate of 10.1 percent is considered good news in Nevada.
It’s time for King Steve Sisolak to stop blaming Nevadans for his inability to stop the state’s coronavirus outbreak.
Steve Sisolak can no longer discriminate against houses of worship regardless of what he says in his royal edicts.