by Jon Ralston Tue, 12/04/2012 - 11:24
DeSantis PAC founder @KenCuccinelli was in town and @TheNVIndy's @NewsyJan caught up with him and asked some questi… t.co/3YnpfQmL2g
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"Beadles didn’t specify who he’s targeted through the use of 'professional services.' ...he has defended those inve… t.co/w02oYascHP
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"(Beadles) responded to a list of written questions with an email that referenced liberal political donor George So… t.co/c0P8rJuGlc
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NEWS: More evidence that someone has been paying private eyes to use GPS devices to track public officials in Reno.… t.co/z1pJ4BaHag
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Our @danielrothberg takes a look at the major enviro bills before the Legislature so far.
No one knows this stuff… t.co/OWrPi2NbIu
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Good morning from The #WeMatter State.
On this date in 1917, Gov. Emmet Boyle signed a bill creating the Nevada St… t.co/yhQGFgZJJN
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@GovLombardoNV It seems like only yesterday that the teachers union declined to endorse in the gov's race, which wa… t.co/FyvXCzumAi
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.@GovLombardoNV introducing the head of the teachers union to support his bill is the most Nevada thing ever.
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Follow @rociohzz and if you like, watch the hearing where @GovLombardoNV will be testifying on his bill to repeal w… t.co/5PhVOlc7fT
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This ought to be some hearing... t.co/LgO10dorJK
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Here's what Pat Hickey just put out:
Las Vegas, NV - Assembly Minority Leader Pat Hickey, R-Reno, is considering supporting Nevada's proposed state-issued drivers license for U.S. Department of Homeland Security's Deferred Action program but is confused by State Democrat Leaders who are opposing a similar program to improve the quality of Nevada's election process.
Democrat lawmakers are currently drafting a bill that grants all residents, legal and illegal, a "Drivers Privilege Card," in hopes that it will make Nevada's roads safer for everyone.
"On one hand, Democrats are proposing photo IDs for illegal residents in Nevada in order to makes our roads safer," said Assemblyman Hickey. "If photo IDs are a good idea for illegal residents on our highways-then they should also be a good idea for legal ones in our voting booths," continued Assemblyman Hickey.
This ought to be fun. Or not (Hickey can't stop the bill because he doesn't have the votes!)