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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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?
Despite Democrat- and union-led voices to the contrary, there is no circumstance in which taxpayers should have to foot the bill for government workers to conduct union business.
While caucuses were once the most common means of choosing presidential nominees, Nevada is now one of just 10 states to use such a system.
Congress must also act to ensure that nobody loses his or her property or cash in a forfeiture proceeding before the government obtains a criminal conviction.
This now brings to seven the number of regulations Mr. Trump has negated through the Congressional Review Act. The law, passed in 1994 as part of the GOP’s Contract With America, allows Congress to overturn new mandates imposed by federal agencies.
There is, in fact, some common ground between the parties on tax reform, particularly when it comes to reforming corporate rates to spur domestic investment.
Like crabgrass that returns year after year, a couple of well-worn nuisance proposals have again resurfaced in Carson City.
Amid all the hoopla about Las Vegas and the Raiders, it’s worth remembering that this deal also has major ramifications for UNLV.
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