By Sean Golonka June 15th, 2021 - 2:00am The Nevada Inpendent From permanent expanded mail voting to the state public health option, the 2021 legislative session saw no shortage of … [Read more...] about Analysis: Which lawmakers were least likely to toe the Partyline?
Ken Minster Published in Reno-Gazette Journal June 14, 2021 3:00 PM PST Assembly Bill 495, the shiny mining tax compromise that is being widely covered as some bipartisan momentous achievement, … [Read more...] about Mining tax bill crowds out coverage of Cannizzaro’s big blunder | Ken Minster
Las Vegas Review-Journal June 13, 2021 - 9:00 pm It looks as if Nevada’s elections will run next year based on laws passed in Carson City, not Washington, D.C. Good. For months, national … [Read more...] about EDITORIAL: There is no need to federalize elections
CARSON CITY — With the end of the state’s moratorium looming, Nevada lawmakers unveiled a bill Thursday aimed at helping renters who are facing eviction when it expires. Assembly Bill 486 would … [Read more...] about Nevada eviction bill picks up when moratorium ends
Nevadans continue to suffer the economic effects of the past year. The pandemic has deprived millions of Nevadans of their livelihood. Assembly Bill 363 could threaten the future of the short-term … [Read more...] about NEVADA VIEWS: Short-term rental bill exacerbates Nevadans’ pain