by Jon Ralston Wed, 11/21/2012 - 16:50
Guys, if you can't help an old roommate's law firm when you attain power, what is the point of attaining power? t.co/DMK7TnLcrw
11 hours 51 min ago.
"Cooper & Kirk’s lawyers will bill $795 an hour...The boutique firm’s roster of lawyers includes Adam Laxalt, who r… t.co/0iGHBaDDhw
11 hours 52 min ago.
@canewby The one and same.
11 hours 53 min ago.
@johnnykats Love it. Seems like a good dude.
13 hours 41 min ago.
Glad to see @johnnykats set the newest Vegas resident straight on how to pronounce the state's name. As the state's… t.co/pIjT40NHcY
13 hours 57 min ago.
@BuzzIzarownd2 @SWMcDonald86 Thank you!
15 hours 1 min ago.
State senator loses bid for North Las Vegas mayor, then goes back to Carson City and proposes bill to try to impose… t.co/Aivu5Kou87
21 hours 47 min ago.
Good morning from The #WeMatter State.
On this date in 1960, the Black Book, or List of Excluded Persons, emerged… t.co/DhQVjtfrKV
23 hours 36 min ago.
Wait, I had no idea my staff EVER made mistakes!
Seriously, this is hilarious and shows, once again, that laughter… t.co/95wFWsC5WO
1 day 14 hours ago.
The state teachers union has sufficient signatures to qualify its margin tax petition, and it reports having paid 205 circulators a total of $460,000.
That's according to the secretary of state -- documents attached here. Now that the raw numbers of 152,713 signatures has been counted -- more than twice as many as were needed -- clerks will now examine statutory amounts of signatures in selected counties. They have nine days to do so.
But remember: The state Supreme Court has to decide next month if the petition can move forward to be considered by the Legislature.