If you read nothing else today, read the beginning of our series on uranium contamination in Nevada. It's a complex… t.co/QRk27phywd
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@TheNVIndy Very proud of the whole team, including @RileySnyder, @jlnevadasmith
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Good morning from beautiful and cold (37) Ely. Had a great time last night with the state's press corps. Some great… t.co/GzLw0SVsx4
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Larger-than-life @RileySnyder. t.co/G59tbnrsUW
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Team @TheNVIndy in its last sober moment (kinda) before the press association banquet. t.co/y1N1LFNZov
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Even though Michigan is demonstrably awful in football, despite the WI and OSU gloaters, it feels good to say:
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On Monday, the day before the Assembly Republican Caucus was scheduled to vote on new leaders, Michele Fiore arrived unannounced at the Las Vegas Strip office of Sheldon Adelson. The second-term assemblywoman, who had helped elevate Ira Hansen to speaker-designate only to see that collapse under the weight of racist and hompohobic offal he had produced as a columnist, had a new plan: She wanted to derail the candidacy of Paul Anderson, who, by most accounts, had the votes to succeed Hansen....
If your name isn't on this bipartisan list -- how many fundraisers have Shelley Berkley and Joe Heck on them? -- I'd suggest you are in trouble with The Family. And amid the Establishment stalwarts and lobbyists, there are some gadflies on there, too -- Steve Sanson and Wayne Allyn Root are well-known political fringe types -- so this is quite the ecletic list. (UPDATED: Hadn't noticed at first that this event for the mayor of Las Vegas is not in....Las Vegas. It's in the unincorporated county...
Assembly Republicans named a speaker Tuesday evening, but there was no election. Here’s what happened, according to several sources: Ira Hansen, he of the racist, homophobic and misogynistic columns, ran the meeting, which in the unkindest cut of all, took place at the office of Paul Anderson, the presumptive speaker before Tuesday’s machinations. Hansen immediately announced he had in hand 12 signed proxies plus his vote, giving him a majority of the caucus of 25. As John Hambrick sat nearby,...
In an effort to head off Paul Anderson for speaker, forces inside and outside the Assembly Republican Caucus have recruited John Hambrick to seek the job tonight. Hambrick confirmed he will seek the job, which was vacated by Ira Hansen after his slew of racist, misogynistic and homophobic columns surfaced. Wes Duncan then seemed to have the votes before opting out for a job with Attorney General-elect Adam Laxalt. Anderson was then widely believed to be the favorite, which apparently upset the...