Brian Sandoval’s Superheroic Plan For Economic Diversification In Nevada Underway

Yesterday, in a show of combined force akin to Marvel’s The Avengers joining forces to vanquish a common enemy, a grouping of the Sparks and Reno city councils, Washoe County School District board of trustees and Washoe County commissioners got their stuff together long enough to confront their common nemesis: the Las Vegas economy. On […]

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Kathleen Vermillion Vs. Steve Sisolak: Round 3 or 4 (Admittedly, We’ve Lost Count)

When does a smear become too personal? And when do personal attacks go too far? For answers, let’s take a look at Kathleen Vermillion vs. Steve Sisolak, former lovers that have graduated to that illustrious and all too frequent uplevel of relationship known as the bitter enemy stage. The crux of Kathy Vermillion’s very public […]

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Occupy Las Vegas Asks Local Governments to Pass Resolution

Participatory democracy is a theme being championed by the Occupy movement. Local Occupy movements have successfully petitioned their local governments to pass resolutions in support of solutions to a specific set of their grievances in places such as Los Angeles, Cleveland, Seattle, San Francisco, Butte/Missoula (Montana), Pittsburg, Pinal County (AZ). Such measures have also received […]

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Obama’s Jobs Act for Nevada

President Barack Obama is serious about passing his American Jobs Act legislation. He recognizes “the economic security of the middle class has been under attack for decades.” He intends to “rebuild the economy the American way, based on balance, fairness, and the same set of rules for everyone from Wall Street to Main Street.” He […]

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Clark County Commission’s Red Rock Settlement Agreement Called Into Question

Last week the Clark County Commission approved that very controversial Jim Rhode’s Red Rock development “concept” plan.  The commission was obligated to hear the master plan application after entering into a settlement agreement with Mr. Rhodes in April 2010.  The county entered this agreement to avoid going to trial over a county ordinance designed to […]

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Shirley Breeden and Scot Rutledge Featured at Henderson Democratic Club

The Henderson Democratic Club will have two special guests this Wednesday, August 3rd, 2011 at 7pm. The club will spotlight State Senator Shirley Breeden and Nevada Conservation League Director, Scot Rutledge. It is anticipated that the Pittman Wash issue will be discussed, along with discussion about the 2011 legislative session. 2012 is creeping up on […]

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