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The Right Take: Time For Republicans To Play Hardball On DACA
 
The Right Take: Time For Republicans To Play Hardball On DACA

In the Art of the Deal, Donald Trump writes, “Leverage: don’t make deals without it.”
Republicans have plenty of leverage in the stalled negotiations over passing a new version of the
Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. It’s time for them to quit negotiating with Democrats
and use it.

Title: The Right Take: Tax Increases
 
Title: The Right Take: Tax Increases

Clark County residents have endured over a dozen tax increases, including increases in the sales tax, property tax, car tab tax and gas tax. There was also the creation of a new gross receipts tax called the commerce tax. That’s on top of dozens of fee increases based by Carson City.

The Right Take: Voter Information Public
 
The Right Take: Voter Information Public

Last year, President Donald Trump’s election integrity commission asked Nevada for voter information. Secretary of State Barbara Cegavske gave the commission, which Trump disbanded Wednesday, the information state law required her to release, but not things like Social Security Numbers.

Las Vegas woman goes from homeless to White House fellow
 
Las Vegas woman goes from homeless to White House fellow

At age 17, Cristina Hernandez found herself homeless in Las Vegas. At age 33, she has hit the sweet spot in Washington, landing a coveted White House fellowship.
Hernandez received her B.A. from UNLV in 2010 and had begun work as a contractor who trained military personnel at Nellis Air Force Base. Her fellowship project put Hernandez in the Office of Personnel Management, where she is working to advance an executive order signed by President Donald Trump to “create a lean, accountable, more efficient government that works for the American people.”

Tarkanian believes Trump wants him to beat Heller in GOP primary
 
Tarkanian believes Trump wants him to beat Heller in GOP primary

Danny Tarkanian believes President Donald Trump wants him to beat Sen. Dean Heller in Nevada’s Republican primary. Tarkanian isn’t counting on an endorsement, however, because he knows Trump needs Heller’s vote to pass legislation. Tarkanian made his comments Wednesday on reviewjournal.com’s “Nevada Politics Today.” “President Trump needs Dean Heller’s support on other bills that he’s trying to pass, so it’d be pretty unrealistic to think that he’s trying to come out and attack Dean Heller now, while he’s still waiting for the votes to come through,” Tarkanian said.

The Right Take: Democrats and DACA
 
The Right Take: Democrats and DACA

Democrats seeking political gain are now the biggest barrier to legal status for those who registered with Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. (Victor Joecks)

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