This ought to be some hearing... t.co/LgO10dorJK
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1. Clark County GOP Chair Jesse Law is an election denier, false 2020 elector and Trump sycophant.
2. Law is a hand… t.co/fBoYeEtNbp
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"Even if some of the more ambitious measures are able to overcome opposition from politically powerful forces repre… t.co/L5oIO5oOPc
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Not so luxe at the Luxor!
Welcome to Las Vegas, UConn!
Not so Sweet Sixteen? t.co/dutN4kbiFW
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Good morning from The #WeMatter State.
On this date in 1960, Washoe DA Bill Raggio had Joe Conforte's Triangle Ran… t.co/CE7VyZgjMA
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“Wild Things” was a four-star movie, and Neve Campbell deserved an Oscar nomination. t.co/8Uac2MGmeG
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If you care about education in Nevada, check out this long thread on a legislative hearing today where… t.co/iRl6kzHjl2
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What a bizarre, disturbing story.
Reno councilwoman backed up into a woman, then later gave her $25 to get pain m… t.co/kjyEQJ34nF
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600 days of this!
Really good deep dive by @birenbomb to explain an issue Republicans think they can exploit again… t.co/8nwt5tQ7gx
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With 203 days left until the primary election in the most important race on the Nevada ballot in 2014, Republican lieutenant governor's hopeful Sue Lowden leveled her first sustained attack on anointed GOP choice Mark Hutchison on Monday. Lowden sought to portray Hutchison, hired by the state to sue the feds on Obamacare, as a hypocrite on the issue because he voted for bills that enabled the Affordable Care Act in Nevada. The attack came in an email sent Monday afternoon. In addition to a...
Will Harry Reid run for re-election? Primary tabs View Edit Outline Results(active tab) Votes Yes 81% (284 votes) No 18% (66 votes) Total votes: 350
In a pretty stunning piece in The Washington Post that posted late Sunday, reporters Peter Wallsten and Tom Hamburger show that Gondolier Numero Uno Sheldon Adelson hopes web gaming sinks much faster than Venice. The willingess of Adelson, the country's largest GOP donor, to buy up Democratic talent such as ex-Sen. Blanche Lincoln is amazing, signaling his commitment to stop any DC effort. Might Justin Timberlake be next on Adelson's payroll? Highlights: ----Advisers to Adelson say he is...
Despite her claims that she is paying vendors from her U.S. Senate campaign, and that her situation is no different from many others, federal regulators continue to disagree. In a stern letter Friday to Lowden's campaign and her treasurer, Las Vegas Councilman Bob Beers, the Federal Election Commission clearly is not satisfied with Lowden's reporting, which shows she has not paid any of a $500,000 debt, and indciates the agency is poised to take enforcement action. This is not the first such...
Rep. Joe Heck is capitalizing on the growing unpopularity of Obamacare with one of those franked emails to his district seeking opinions on the health care law but really designed to drive opinions: In light of the recent problems with the healthcare law rollout, what do you think Congress should do about the Affordable Care Act? Fully repeal the law and begin working on a replacement mechanism Delay the individual mandate that fines people who don't purchase insurance Allow people with health...
Welcome to the Weekly Report. This week: 1. The real inside scoop on state education funding 2. Smartest/dumbest moves of the week 3. The Weekly Insiders on Dems and the margin tax, Obamcare's impact on Campaign '14 and ranking the likelihood of various events -- conventional wisdom: Flores in for LG, Sisolak probably not for gov. This week’s questions: 1. Smart/dumb political moves of the week. 2. What will the outcome be of these meetings legislative Democrats are having with...
Three days after Commissioner Kitty Jung couldn't get a second to pass a minuscule tax to help repair Washoe schools, one of her colleagues sent out an email masking her opposition. The email from Marsha Berkbigler, who had seemed open to the tax during a "Ralston Reports" appearance in June and then slowly went south, is cleverly worded: "....since we could not get the four votes necessary to pass the proposal, it was time for us to move forward and address the many other issues impacting the...