What a maroon. t.co/nL2HaZUvMN
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This is great news for UNLV poli sci students: A banana republic to study right in their backyard. t.co/3o0xVq8vq0
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State's top energy regulator says AG circumvented the law; @AdamLaxalt says he was just fighting for Nevadans. t.co/kPokZbJanG
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After calling Democrats “lesser humans,” GOP state Senate Leader @RobersonForNV tweets out pictures of Dems… t.co/XJ1nJ7VzsQ
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Proud moment that says even if you have no qualifications for a job, all you need is a political patron and four in… t.co/LAhXBb2HEw
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Judging by @RileySnyder’s tweets from the city, North Las Vegas has legalized prostitution tonight.
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Holy s—t! t.co/i8RbpV0RNW
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Most ham-handed juice job ever in “city” run by authoritarian trying to elevate unqualified surrogate son. t.co/LXwmdSq1t9
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I feel sorry for all of you losers who clicked on the link too late, but here's the best part. t.co/U20P23FwDy
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@jimantle Finish your story!
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This is what happens when you feel comfortable among the base -- you get base: LG hopeful calls Dems "lesser humans… t.co/BlkShPg5Ug
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Which Democrat will run against Gov. Brian Sandoval? Primary tabs View Edit Outline Results(active tab) Votes Clark County Commissioner Steve Sisolak 39% (74 votes) AG Catherine Cortez Masto 23% (44 votes) State Sen. Tick Segerblom 15% (30 votes) Former Speaker Barbara Buckley 8% (17 votes) Someone not listed here (email me at email@example.com) 5% (11 votes) Rep....
A smiling sentinel, who refused to give his name or his employer, guarded the door to the small room, trying to obscure what was occurring inside. The young man, who obviously worked for the luminary within, only stepped aside when Democratic legislative leaders trudged down the hallway and entered the inner sanctum for an audience. In the hallway, a gaggle of reporters waited, frustrated and amused at the spectacle of supposedly powerful lawmakers having to be granted entrance in their own...
Remember during Danny Tarkanian's congressional run how that $17 million judgment became an issue. Tarkanian vowed that the judgment against himself and family members, including the legendary coach, would not be paid because they would appeal and prove they were the ones defrauded. This week, though, in several court filings in Nevada, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation has moved to collect the debt, and a court has issued orders demanding payment, garnishing the family's wages and...
The good news for Nevada Democrats is that The Hotline mentioned the patient dumping scandal today when talking about Gov. Brian Sandoval. The bad news for Nevada Democrats is that The Hotline mentioned it while wondering why Sandoval and New Mexico's Susana Martinez are not inlcuded in governors talked about as possible 2016 White House contenders. Here's what the National Journal's insider publication published in its Spotlight feature today by Hotline boss Reid Wilson: Go West, Young...
A company headed by the largest contributor to Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman's campaign is under investigation for mishandling millions of dollars in client money. Edwin Fujinaga, who heads Las Vegas-based MRI International, bundled $40,000 through various entities to Goodman's campaign, as you can see here. Fujinaga's company is the subject of a Jpanese probe and that country's financial regulators are seeking cooperation from their U.S. counterparts. The Japan News was in Las Vegas this...
Premium subscribers to this site have already seen a memo prepared by White Pine County as the resolution to remove mining taxation from the Consttitution comes up for a vote. Now, the county's community and economic development boss, Jim Garza, has sent the memo with a cover letter to legislative leaders. Could it scuttle SJR 15? We'll know soon. I've attached it here.
I have already detailed millions in property tax breaks that parcels, mostly casino-resorts, are reaping from a property tax cap that has outlived its usefulness. There are other breaks, too, that gamers and others are taking advantage of, these ones by building those Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design buildings. It's a lot of money, records show: Ventian/Palazzo multiple projetcs: $3.1 million City Center: multiple projects: $2.8 million Caesars Entertianment: $200,000 Molasky...