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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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
1 day 9 hours ago.
What a bizarre, disturbing story.
Reno councilwoman backed up into a woman, then later gave her $25 to get pain m… t.co/kjyEQJ34nF
1 day 10 hours ago.
Laxalt asks Trump administration to squash web gaming; governor, chief regulator not pleased
Attorney General Adam Laxalt has signed onto a letter to the Trump administration asking the president-elect to squash web gaming, a position favored by major Laxalt donor Sheldon Adelson but one opposed by Gov. Brian Sandoval and Nevada's top gaming regulator.
A recount in Nevada
UPDATED, 9:45 PM: I had the experience this evening of talking with Rocky De La Fuente, the man of .23 percent, who told me: ►He was not put up to the recount filing by anyone. "I do not like Trump," he told me. "I do not like Hillary. I do not like either one."
AG advises treasurer to go forward with school choice despite Supreme Court ruling
THE NEVADA INDEPENDENT IS COMING SOON! ---- After being advised by the attorney general that he can continue to administer a school choice program despite the Supreme Court gutting it, State Treasurer Dan Schwartz sent an email to applicants Wednesday telling them he is moving forward with the program.
Speaker Frierson names Benitez-Thompson majority leader, Bustamante Adams as Commerce chair
Jason Frierson, who is returning to the Assembly as speaker after a shocking 2014 loss, will have Teresa Benitez-Thompson as his majority leader, providing an all-minority leadership team that also encompasses both urban regions, sources tell me. Irene Bustamante Adams, who led the caucus until Frierson was elected speaker-designate, will be speaker pro tem and chair the critical Commerce Committee. Here are all the assignments:
Clinton lost the rurals by 40 points, little dropoff to Cortez Masto's victory
THE NEVADA INDEPENDENT IS COMING SOON! ------------ There was an insignificant dropoff from the presidential race to the U.S. Senate contest in Nevada, Hillary Clinton lost the rurals by nearly 40 (!) points and Catherine Cortez Masto won Clark County by more than Clinton.
The Latino turnout mystery in Nevada
THE NEVADA INDEPENDENT IS COMING SOON! ------------ Much has been made of the high Latino vote in Nevada helping Hillary Clinton to a rare win a battleground state, and Catherine Cortez Masto to victory in the U.S. Senate race.
How Roberson forced Farley's departure
THE NEVADA INDEPENDENT IS COMING SOON! ------------ You may think the person most responsible for Sen. Patty Farley now caucusing with the Democrats is Aaron Ford, the newly minted majority leader. He’s not. Michael Roberson is.
New documentary looks at Nevada's Latino vote
My KTNV hits on 9/12/16 on Hillary's health and the chancellor on the stadium
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