Calls for slowing the process emanate primarily from those whose true motivation is to sabotage this promising reform as a means of preserving their own power.
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It’s time for Nevada to pass these sensible reforms. I will be asking my legislators to support SB 364 and hope you do the same.
It is important not to conflate the legal immigrants working here with the sizable illegal population. They are not the same.
All we need to know about a candidate’s finances is whether he is under investigation by the IRS or not. What difference does it make how much money he makes?
If we want to save lives on our roads — and we all do — we should focus on solutions that target the real problem. Utah already went off the cliff, but this time around, the rest of the country should resist following its lead.
The Legislature must stand up for competition in the marketplace rather than naked rent seeking and protectionism. Get this bill on Gov. Sandoval’s desk pronto.
The proposal would force an Uber driver to wait 15 minutes before responding to a ride request, undermining one of the primary advantages that ride-sharing outfits have over traditional cab companies. Gee, who could have possibly come up with such a ham-handed restriction?
Test days are notoriously poor days to get a “norm” reading, especially since we have given so many high-stakes tests that students are immune to their importance.
Do not let Nevada follow in the footsteps of other bankrupt, Democrat-dominated states such as California, New York, New Jersey and Illinois.
Mr. Fontaine offers that Nevada’s property tax law has “unintended consequences” that don’t benefit public servants
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