Too many government agencies act like Nevada’s public records law is optional. A new bill would change that.
State Things are back.
To those who don’t know the truth about law
The recent issues revolving the Valley Electric Association co-op leaves two important questions unanswered.
Opinions can be changed by knowledge
Last week, a national college admissions scandal erupted, with two Nevada business executives – Gamal Abdelaziz and Elisabeth Kimmel – in supporting roles. The starring roles went to actresses Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman.
Be fair and raise fuel taxes on all, not just diesel
County commissioner responds to letter
Many of the rural counties of Nevada have started using “civil disobedience” with regard to recent legislation passed by the 2019 Nevada Legislature.
In 1957 in Nevada, the United States performed its first underground atomic test in response to worldwide concern about fallout. That test was designated “Rainier.”
We’re now smack in the middle of Sunshine Week, an annual celebration of our great nation’s commitment to open government and the public’s right to know.
Sheriff should not presume constitutionality
We are not entitled to our own facts, states reader
In what should have been a landmark year for school choice, the 2015 Nevada State Legislature passed two bills to give parents more options in choosing their children’s education system.
Las Vegas Metro has implemented a new sanctuary policy. It might be what keeps Nevada from becoming a sanctuary state.