Tulsi vs. Hillary is exactly what we deserve.
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Listen. Learn. Love. t.co/PVXxwLC9Lb
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San Francisco is one of my favorite cities in the world, and I leave my heart there every time. But the mayor and c… t.co/EeTELOJ2dg
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Is this your final answer, sir? t.co/AVhiTD61bP
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“...threatened the safety, liberty and peace of students of color, students who support Bernie Sanders and resident… t.co/FHrsfId4YQ
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Great read on prison program by @MichelleRindels and a superb video via @janasayson. t.co/G4PVl6qrrh
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“I received tons of resistance from those principals wanting to do anything, so it’s shocking to me that we’re goin… t.co/S08fOdBAYL
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Paying James Comey $54,000? $54,000?
Really, UNLV? t.co/6mJYEixjJo
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We broke news last night of a lawsuit filed by a key figure in the original @WSJ story that brought down Steve Wynn. t.co/MmcbQd6oj8
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UPDATE, 6 PM, WEDNESDAY: The governor's office reports more than 2,000 calls so far on the bill, with callers about 4-to-1 against. Here's what spokeswoman Mary-Sarah Kinner told me: "The volume of calls we are receiving has increased exponentially this week and while calls regarding SB 221 account for the largest volume, it is not the only issue we are tracking. Tracking constituent calls is something our office does on a regular basis, however, due to the high volume of calls on SB 221, we...
Culinary union leaders Wednesday sent a missive to members about a Monday meeting with MGM Resorts on contracts that expired at the beginning of the month, detailing negotiating points and making a call to action. There's also an announcement of a June 14 rally on the Strip in the missive, which I have obtained: Committee members from Culinary 226 and Bartenders 165 met on Monday, June 3 with representatives from MGM Resorts for the third 2013 contract meeting. Our negotiating team proposed...
There was an interesting debate before the state Supreme Court on Tuesday about the limits of the Nevada shield law. But while the justices probed the legal issues, the case before them still can be simply distilled: Should a lawyer be able to abuse the legal process by fabricating allegations about a journalist reporting on a client, with the intent not to seek justice but to harass and intimidate, thus chilling the coverage? The answer may be patently obvious – to a journalist, to an attorney...
This will be an ever-updating post about the end of the 77th session of the Legislature: 8:30 AM, Tuesday -- By now you know, after spending time making Lt. Gov. Brian Krolicki into Winston Churchill and state Sen. Barbara Cegavske into Margaret Thatcher, the state Senate somehow could not find the time to do the business of the state in the constitutionally mandated 120 days and both houses are now in special session. I don't know whay I am surprised -- I have been telling you for months...