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Every day I get in the queue (too much, Magic Bus)
To get on the bus that takes me to you (too much, Magic Bus)
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This guy, Edwin Fujinaga, sentenced to 50 years in prison today, gave @mayoroflasvegas $50K in campaign money she h… t.co/aJm11FWcgB
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At some point, someone is going to point out that the only female-majority Legislature in the history of the U.S. p… t.co/5pnIUeHkRC
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I read that Leonardo da Vinci used to say this all the time, too. t.co/tho8oKqWaP
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Indyterns! Yes! They are birds of a feather.... t.co/3CMD0DZxag
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We @TheNVIndy love our partnerships with rural Nevada newspapers. They use our stuff online and, as you can see her… t.co/En0V1BRUY1
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Follow Team @TheNVIndy for full coverage of this tax hearing at 4 PM today. There will be lots of posturing, and no… t.co/NpijToGmCO
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The state's Occupational Safety and Health Administration raised concerns last week about "an unstable and dangerous employee" in the Legislative Building, which prompted the director of the Legislative Counsel Bureau to respond today to assure inspectors precautions have been taken because of Assemblyman Steven Brooks' troubles. The exchange of letters (both attached here) a week apart comes against a backdrop of renewed concerns about Brooks entering the building. LCB Director Rick Combs...
UPDATE: I have posted here the letter that was delivered to Brooks by legislative police. A few hours after he was banned from the Legislative Building, Assemblyman Steven Brooks arrived back in Northern Nevada. Brooks was met at the Reno airport late Monday evening by legislative police, who served him with a letter penned by Assembly Majority Leader William Horne informing him he is not to enter the Legislative Building. I talked to Horne early this morning, and he told me while there is no...
The rules for that committee the majority leader is chairing give him broad powers to probe Steven Brooks. He already has employed them to ban Brooks from the Legislative Building. How can he do that? Because the rules say he can.... Waive or suspend any provision of these rules, as deemed necessary by the Chair, or adopt any additional rules or procedures, as deemed necessary by the Chair, to ensure that hearings are conducted in a fair, orderly and efficient manner. 3. The Chair may, if...
I wonder if Assemblyman Steven Brooks will testify at the first hearing looking into his behavior. The first meeting is just to set the rules. But what ordinarily might be boring could be crucial here because everything will be precedent-setting and designed to offer Brooks due process and protect the Legislature from liability. Here's the agenda: ASSEMBLY AGENDA Select Committee on the Assembly Day Monday Date February 11, 2013 Time 6 p.m. Room 4100 Room 4100 of the Legislative...
ANOTHER UPDATE NOW POSTED: The Metro police report is attached here. It is somethi9ng else. UPDATE FROM METRO: This morning at approximately 12:18 a.m. LVMPD Patrol Officers responded to the 6000 block of Tuttle River Avenue in Northwest Las Vegas (UPDATE: The Metro release had the address wrong: It's 6007 Turtle River Avenue in northeast LV) to investigate reports of a domestic battery. Arriving officers encountered a male suspect, later identified as Nevada State Assemblyman Steven John...
The tax debate began and ended in the first week? Maybe.
A lawmaker disparaging his colleagues in a newspaper. The newspaper banned from the Legislative Building. The newspaper accusing a lawmaker of forging a letter to the editor. All of this and more surrounded Nevada's first attempted expulsion, which came during the first special session in the state's history three years after the Constitution was written and culminated with the lawmaker claiming he was feverish and sent the wrong copy of the offending letter to the newspaper. If the potential...
Last night, in a satirical look at congressional folks wanting to order more tanks, "The Daily Show's" Al Madrigal brought it home. I have embedded the segment below, but here's the relevant exchange between Al Madreigal and retired Major General Paul Eaton: PE: "We have 3,000 tanks sitting in a boneyard near Reno, Nevada." AM: "When are we going to send more?" PE: "Al, why would we send more tanks to Reno, Nevada." AM: "Has Nevada been attacked?" PE: "To my knowledge, Nevada has never been...
That's the message in a brief statement released Thursday evening by the Assembly Democratic Caucus. It's part of a not-so-subtle campaign to induce Brooks to take some time away from the Legislature after several weeks of uncertainty that began with a Jan. 19 arrest and culminated this week with his strange arrival in Carson City and on again/off again agreement to take a leave. The caucus statement, which lists Majority Leader William Horne as the contact (he has been the point man and tried...
Verlie Doing, the 88-year-old matriarch of Searchlight, is selling her holdings in the town where Harry Reid was born. Asking price: $4.9 million. "Now you can own your own historic town," reads the pitch. Fred Marik, the agent for Doing, has sent out a solicitation on the property (pasted below) and a description (attached here). The 41 acres encapsulate much of the city's center, and she is also selling the mineral rights. Marik said Doing is moving to Missouri and liquidating her assets. I...