Charter schools have to attract students who are unsatisfied with traditional public schools. Little wonder that so many are interested in opening up in Clark County.
Administration gives nearly a $1 billion to Golden State boondoggle.
The law is aimed at ensuring that low-income drivers don’t become ensnared in the legal system over an isolated driving lapse.
Kneeling at the altar of cancel cuture and wokeness could present political obstacles.
Environmentalists oppose more than just fossil fuel development.
Proposed new program likely wouldn’t work as intended.
Declaring an emergency doesn’t repeal the law of supply and demand. Gov. Steve Sisolak forced those seeking an Uber or Lyft to learn that the hard way.
Gov. Steve Sisolak said last week he’ll sign a bill that makes Nevada the second state to offer a “public option” for health insurance coverage.
The Biden Administration’s strategy to prevent wildfires reads like it was written by former president Donald Trump.
Nevada law explicitly allows taxpayers to use “audiotape or any other means of sound or video reproduction” at public meetings as long as it “in no way interferes with the conduct of the meeting.” That’s as it should be.
The right policies matter when it comes to attracting and keeping well-paying jobs — and the wrong ones matter when it comes to losing them.
It would hardly be a legislative session run by Democrats without a tax hike, but at least the majority managed to conduct its latest money grab legally.
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If you can join a union at any point during the year, you should be able to leave a union at any point during the year.
All while reducing emissions.