On the presidential campaign trail, former President Donald Trump is, once again, promising to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act — a nebulous goal that became one of his administration’s splashiest policy failures.
Wayne LaPierre, the National Rifle Association’s longtime leader, plans to retire by the end of January 2024. He cited “health reasons” when he announced his departure three days before the organization’s civil fraud trial got underway in Manhattan.
In Nevada, like the rest of the country, access to the internet is not a luxury- it’s essential.
There doesn’t really seem to be a “Ron DeSantis campaign.” He’s outsourced most of it to the Never Back Down PAC.
The fourth and final count in the indictment of Donald Trump for plotting to overturn the 2020 election asserts Trump:
“did knowingly combine, conspire, confederate, and agree with co-conspirators, known and unknown to the Grand Jury, to injure, oppress, threaten, and intimidate one or more persons in the free exercise and enjoyment of a right and privilege secured to them by the Constitution and laws of the United States—that is, the right to vote, and to have one’s vote counted.”
Lately, I’ve been thinking about the phrase “the enemy of your enemy is your friend.”
The best thing the Nevada Legislature did this year, so far, was not approving a $5 billion public subsidy for film corporations.
The devastating impacts of Alzheimer’s disease are hard to put into words for those who have not witnessed them firsthand.
“I can tell you with 100% certainty that the Tesla truck factory in the latest expansion was set for Texas and would not have been here in Northern Nevada but for the abatements,” Tom Burns, the executive director of the Governor’s Office of Economic Development told state lawmakers last week.
Gov Joe Lombardo issued an official “executive order” on energy policy Monday.
It should have been titled an “executive sentiment.”