Whether they voted for it or against it, Republicans and Democrats found common ground in the special session called to consider the Oakland A’s baseball stadium.
State Sen. Scott Hammond voted to approve a capital budget in a special session, breaking what could have been a lengthy legislative standoff.
Gov. Joe Lombardo and Democrats have shown they can compromise, but also that they can face off in acrimony and veto messages.
Gov. Joe Lombardo’s first vetoes canceled a trio of gun bills that he says raised constitutional questions. Opponents accused him of partisanship.
Democrats have a chance to compromise on the school choice issue, even if they hate the concept.
U.S. Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto’s embrace of a bill to allow mining companies to continue to deposit waste rock on nearby land has earned her criticism from environmentalists and progressives.
Americans are disaffected by their politics and divided on the issues, which allows some to exploit the information vacuum for their own ends.
If you accept that taxpayer subsidies are a necessary part of economic development, then the only question that remains is not whether to give out tax dollars to lure big projects, but how much you’re going to spend.
A limit of one or two minutes per person for witnesses testifying before legislative committees isn’t good for citizens, lobbyists or lawmakers.
We all know that eventually our energy will come from renewable power. The only question is how quickly we get there, and what we do along the way.
A bill to limit the number of bills introduced in the Legislature would start to chip away at the institution’s problems, but wouldn’t be a permanent fix for what ails Carson City.
Nevada has reduced youth smoking by scanning drivers licenses, but the state should ensure that license information remains private.
The so-called Reid machine waged a meticulous campaign to win back the Nevada State Democratic Party, a campaign straight out of the late Sen. Harry Reid’s playbook.