Good morning from The #WeMatter State.
On this date in 1944, Floyd Loveless, a 17-year-old convicted of murdering… t.co/C9SbjEfsX2
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ICYMI, check out today's packed Indy2022 election newsletter:
-Republicans ramp up immigration, 'open borders' atta… t.co/emwd2zmL6M
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The team for Nevada’s future!
(Door hanger today from PAC set up this month by bottom-feeder @libertywoody and hea… t.co/4DihOFlbA6
19 hours 33 min ago.
Illuminating thread on Nikki Haley-Adam Laxalt joint appearance by @natashakorecki. t.co/vHNLSEnvR6
20 hours 54 min ago.
@ElliotMalin Do you avoid McCarran Boulevard, Elliot?
Get THAT name changed, too.
20 hours 59 min ago.
@JoeLombardoNV Typo: @GovSisolak
21 hours 18 min ago.
I got a speeding ticket today (irritating!) from an officer who works for @JoeLombardoNV. Does this make me conflic… t.co/HBTd8lz1Pj
21 hours 37 min ago.
Love the pic.
Makes me feel young.
But you should listen! t.co/RwQTkIzKiN
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"Nevada Republicans see a midterm opportunity in the longtime swing state"
Hmm, I had not heard Nevada is an impor… t.co/QAxM8yyFRf
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On Tuesday in Nevada's capital, two committees will meet, and the results are freighted with historic significance. At 1 PM, the Senate Revenue and Economic Development Committee will consider SJR 15, which would take mining taxation out of the Constitutio0n, assuming voters, as is likley, approve it next year. At 6 PM, at the Carson City Courthouse, Assemblyman Steven Brooks will face a tribunal of his peers -- one that could put him on the path to expulsion -- inartfully and unimaginatively...
Here’s what we know: The margins tax is dead, but will live on the 2014 ballot. Senate Minority Leader Michael Roberson has a plan, but it’s not drafted yet. The Democrats want more revenue, but their path to get there is unclear. Here’s what we don’t know: Most lawmakers don’t trust Roberson. The mining industry’s scare tactics include threatening to blow a huge hole in the budget and suing to preserve their rights not to pay any more taxes (or less). The Democrats will have a plan that...
UPDATED WITH DELEGATION COMMENTS BELOW The House budget plan up for a vote this week would effectively repeal a critical piece of legislation passed 15 years ago that has brought billions to Nevada conservation and infrastructure projects. The budget would put most of those funds instead toward deficit reduction, essentially erasing the Southern Nevada Public Lands Management Act, one of the prize feathers in Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid's cap and a true delegation accomplishment. The...
Will SJR15, which would take mining taxation out of the Constitution, pass the Legislature? Primary tabs Yes 73% (102 votes) No 26% (37 votes) Total votes: 139