Eye-opening story by @RileySnyder about how the state may have squandered millions of dollars in federal aid for me… t.co/Ob8dpcSxIe
11 hours 34 min ago.
Good morning from The #WeMatter State.
On this date in 2015, state Sen. Ruben Kihuen announced for Congress. He wo… t.co/lyzXxEhWH1
12 hours 10 min ago.
Kudos to Team @TheNVIndy for the long hours today tracking all the bill introductions in the “process” known as the… t.co/aRWng3rROg
22 hours 29 min ago.
@BobMooreNV Not that I know of.
1 day 52 min ago.
Follow @s_golonka who is detailing all of the bills introduced on Deadline Day (and night) in Carson City, inc. gov… t.co/gl5Jbe2HY8
1 day 2 hours ago.
It's all right now
In fact it's a gas
Elections, they do have consequences, as does the hiring of a natural gas co… t.co/p5a1jIqF4Z
1 day 3 hours ago.
The deadline is...alive!
Our capital team is all over it.
via @s_golonka and @tabitha_mueller. t.co/l5ZV2FSalr
1 day 8 hours ago.
@s_golonka Was that @tabitha_mueller?
1 day 8 hours ago.
@sallydenton @jlnevadasmith This is...something.
1 day 9 hours ago.
My KTNV hits on the stadium on 9/8/16
RJ editor: We always intended to publish stadium question results
The Las Vegas Review-Journal always planned to publish answers from decision-makers about the owner's stadium plan, despite an email that seemed to imply otherwise, an editor said Wednesday. Managing Editor Glenn Cook was responding to a post in which I pointed out an email from one of his subordinates could be interpreted -- as some inside and outside the newspaper did – as using reporters to poll or even intimidate elected officials.
RJ editor to reporters: Ask candidates about public stadium funding but not for the newspaper
Reporters for Sheldon Adelson's newspaper have been told to ask candidates if they support public money for the stadium proposed by the Las Vegas Sands chairman but that the Las Vegas Review-Journal will not actually publish the answers. This astonishing request was made in a memo two weeks ago from Assistant City Editor Don Ham:
A Trump/Pence supporter confronts protesters
When Republican vice-presidential nominee Mike Pence appeared in Henderson last week, a handful of protesters gathered outside the convention center. I've obtained video of one backer of the GOP ticket who confronted them. Watch and worry:
My KTNV hits on 8/24 on Adelson's money to Sandoval and a new immigrant voter registration driver