Don’t hijack necessary legislation for a Democratic wish list.
Grass serves many purposes in Southern Nevada.
What happened to personal freedom?
I have a hard time sharing Rep. Susie Lee’s enthusiasm.
When COVID hit and the shutdown happened, I decided I had had enough. Too risky.
Now is the time to expand protections for the places that make Southern Nevada unique, from Red Rock to the Desert Refuge.
Does Assemblywoman Leslie Cohen, sponsor of Assembly Bill 380, know anything about natural gas? Suppose we ban natural gas in Nevada. What would happen?
How about we fire bureaucrats who ignore transparency laws?
Liberal hypocrisy knows no bounds.
Your editorial criticizing Assembly Bill 380, which aims to reduce the amount of natural gas Nevadans use, misses the better way of regulating greenhouse gas emissions: the free market.
If the state and urban cities in Nevada invest in widespread charging infrastructure, it could help not just me, but many other Nevadans out there to have the confidence to finally go electric.
Isn’t it amazing how the speaker’s cry for “punishment” varies if your party affiliation has a D or an R associated with it?
When I moved to Las Vegas in 2000, the news was centered on the lack of water for Clark County residents. Recently the Review-Journal has printed more news items reiterating the same thing.
Ramirez cartoon shows only one side of the story.
A recent letter writer commenting on Joe Biden’s tax plan is an example of the naiveté that Mr. Biden hopes for.