After progressive activists took over the Nevada State Democratic Party, key members of the Harry Reid political machine have acted to ensure two decades of electoral gains aren’t lost.
We’ve reached the point where legislative resolutions and citizen initiatives are used not to set policy, but to bring major industries to heel.
The Legislature was ordered by a judge to refund DMV fees that were improperly collected, but there’s a plan to keep them anyway.
North Las Vegas Mayor John Lee made the rumors official last week: He’s running for governor on the ticket of his newfound Republican Party.
The Nevada Supreme Court held that extending a tax set to expire triggers the two-thirds supermajority requirement, contradicting the author’s oft-stated view that it does not.
Former Sen. Harry Reid and President Joe Biden agree that America needs a functioning Republican Party, but the shadow of ex-President Trump still looms over the GOP.
State Sen. Keith Pickard has flip-flopped on whether to limit deductions for mining companies, an issue that Democrats will use in 2022 to win back his Henderson seat.
The inexplicable censure of Republican Secretary of State Barbara Cegavske by her own party is based on the unproven assumption that the 2020 election was rife with fraud.
North Las Vegas Mayor John Lee left the Democratic Party and joined the Republicans last week, potentially ahead of a run for governor on the GOP ticket.
Dan “Big Dan” Rodimer clearly wants nothing more than to be in Congress. Which state he represents in Washington is not as important as being there.
A coalition led by Southwest Gas Co. has attacked Gov. Steve Sisolak’s climate plan, which may not have been the best political strategy in a policy fight.
A bill by Assembly Speaker Jason Frierson that would make mail voting the default in Nevada would make casting ballots easier — a good thing.
Assemblywoman Annie Black moved to open the COVID-shuttered legislative building to the public last week, but it was all for show.