Democrats’ reversal on voter ID should lead states without it, a list that includes Nevada, to require voter ID going forward.
On March 14, Missouri governor Mike Parson signed HB 85, aka the Second Amendment Preservation Act, into law.
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It’s a tantalizing headline from investigative journalism group ProPublica: “The Secret IRS Files: Trove of Never-Before-Seen Records Reveal How the Wealthiest Avoid Income Tax.”
Despite decades of technological progress, heat waves now come with a question: Will there be enough power for everyone?
“No one wants to work anymore” is what employers are saying in response to a large number of job openings with no takers. Businesses from small “mom and pop” establishments to major hotel/casino corporations are having difficulty filling open jobs.
Liberalism’s roots go back to founding of country
True socialist countries pay much more in taxes than the US currently does
The left’s belief that American law enforcement is systemically racist helped stymie an anti-gun-owner measure.
The state’s Patient Protection Commission has moved to a new home due to passage of legislation in the 2021 legislative session.
Another possible lesson to be learned from the past
If Obamacare had delivered on its promises, there would have been no need for the Nevada Legislature to pass a public option.
Squishy legislative Republicans just pulled off an embarrassing twofer. They helped Democrats pass bad policy that hurts the GOP politically.
Shifting political realities and the fallout from the last election cycle have sadly moved some policymakers to restrict access to the ballot for certain communities. We’ve seen it right here in Nevada, as a restrictive voter ID bill was introduced earlier this session. While the bill was dead on arrival, it is a troubling reminder that some legislators would rather restrict access to the ballot than work to win over these communities ahead of the next election.