And so, it has started. Despite much rhetoric by the Democrats up in Carson City about working together in a bipartisan effort in the 2019 Legislature, they are quickly pushing through their main platform items without input or support from the Republicans.
Democratic presidential candidates, sensing the weakness of the most unpopular president in decades, are lining up to run.
The Federal Reserve looked recently at Nevada’s pension system. The results are terrifying. It found that Nevada’s Public Employees’ Retirement System has an unfunded liability of $43.3 billion in 2016.
Governor may not have Nevada’s interests at heart
Editor’s note: This column is from the Valley Electric Association Board of Directors and CEO Angela Evans.
Our country is not ready for socialist society
In 1972, the people of Clark County elected the first African-American member of the Nevada Senate. He got little attention or help in the Senate then.
Assembly Republican leader Jim Wheeler has an unusual strategy for being in the minority: preemptive surrender.
Some Nevada Democrats aren’t satisfied with having a Democrat governor and large legislative majorities. They also want to ignore the constitution to make it easier to raise taxes.