This is an important follow-up to a startling @publicintegrity investigation that implicates a Vegas businessman an… t.co/QIsr279zKy
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Out of the mouths of.... t.co/DpSBqNtmyh
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"Las Vegas is the fastest warming city in the nation with an average temperature increase of nearly six degrees sin… t.co/tqoGaZYzmD
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"More than 3,000 high schools nationwide have a JROTC program affiliated with a branch of the U.S. military. In Cla… t.co/lrUNR53d0Z
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Luckily, pot folks have an advocate in @tsegerblom, who also is charged with regulating them in his other job. Easy… t.co/9Z3cRFdnVP
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Good morning from Nevada, where the first underground nuclear test was conducted 62 years ago today - seismic waves… t.co/mw6Gaq6ZvW
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And perhaps time for a candidate competing in a critical early state to negotiate the most critical early state end… t.co/VCAkXjtYc7
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@SteveSebelius @MayorJohnLee All part of God's plan, Steve.
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Et tu, @sethmeyers? t.co/U6sjYThZOF
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A PAC run by Gov. Brian Sandoval's consultants and funded by his allies has unleashed a new mail barrage against tax foe Victoria Seaman, the assemblywoman running for the state Senate against colleague Erv Nelson in a primary The Nevada Jobs Coalition already has tried to define Seaman as a hypocrite on taxes. They continue that theme in one piece, again using her estwhile anti-tax ally Chuck Muth against her, and another mailer highlights her votes against money for a veterans home and a...
I have said and written many times that registration is not destiny. But those numbers mean something -- and 2016 is starting to look like 2012 and 2008 in Nevada, presidential years in which the Democrats did very well. The latest numbers show the Democrats padded their statewide lead by about 5,000 voters in April, out-registering Republicans by a 2-to-1 margin. This came despite the herculean efforts of the conservative registration outfit, Engage NV, which is trying to make up for the...
Review-Journal Deputy Editor Jim Wright spoke at a regional journalism conference Saturday and revealed how critical letters to the editor have been killed, how stories were looked at by outside folks while they were being written and how reporters have to wait as long as eight hours for articles to be edited if they involve owner Sheldon Adelson. It was horrifying. I Storified my tweets. [View the story "Moyer just won't do the Wright thing" on Storify]