Beware of California censorship law

Maybe it is time to update that old hippie paean that goes, “If you’re going to San Francisco, be sure to wear some flowers in your hair,” to: “If you’re going to California, be sure to leave your Bible at home.” Like Nevada, California has a law o … [Read more...]

Fighting for Rural Residents’ Health Care

Senator Catherine Cortez Masto Every Nevadan deserves access to quality, affordable health care, no matter if they live in Washoe, Humboldt, Lincoln, or Elko Counties. For many Nevadans living in rural counties, that care comes from a community … [Read more...]

Highway robbery on the Electric Highway

The state has released information on just how frequently those rural electric car recharging stations are being used, and it's not exactly like those lines for gasoline back in the 1970s during the oil embargo. The Nevada Governor’s Office of E … [Read more...]

ObamaCare costs keep soaring

Premiums for ObamaCare-eligible health insurance plans are soaring this year, according to an analysis by the Urban Institute. The study, sponsored by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, found that the lowest priced of the so-called gold plans … [Read more...]

Adam Laxalt statement on education

Education is the civil rights issue of our time. There are many important challenges I’ll address if I have the honor of serving as Nevada’s next Governor, but my top priority will be ensuring all of Nevada’s children have access to the quality educa … [Read more...]

Ms. Senior Mesquite was a great experience

I recently had the pleasure of competing in the Ms. Senior Mesquite Pageant and then the displeasure of coming in last place. It’s ok though; after I left the interview portion the day before the actual pageant, I expected it. LE Ann Elder K … [Read more...]

No solution for wild horse overpopulation in budget

The wild horse can has been kicked down the road yet again. Congress could not possibly find a way in its 2,232-page, $1.3 trillion budget that President Trump signed a couple of weeks ago to do anything whatsoever about the overpopulation of wild … [Read more...]

Nevada court rightly upholds public right to know

The Nevada Supreme Court has made it clear that public officials cannot skirt the state public records law by using privately owned electronic devices to conduct the public’s business. This past week the court unanimously overturned a lower court r … [Read more...]

Wildlife panel drops unwise weapons restriction

At its March meeting the the commissioners on the Nevada Board of Wildlife wisely tabled a proposed regulation that would have required hunters to obtain permission of the occupant of a dwelling before discharging a weapon within a certain … [Read more...]

Latest wind turbine project is a bad idea

Less than a year after backers of a proposed wind turbine farm near Searchlight threw in the towel after failing to convince a federal judge their Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) was accurate, an even bigger project just 10 miles to the west has … [Read more...]