Senate Bill 143 aims to tighten vague child neglect statutes to ensure that Nevada parents don’t become criminals for allowing their children to engage in independent activities.
If a student failed to learn during distance education, but isn’t tested, did the learning loss really happen?
Arizona case highlights need for Nevada lawmakers to pass forfeiture reform.
The Nevada legislative building is reopening to the public Thursday. Sort of.
If you’d like a clear picture of how politicians view their constituents, look no further than Senate Joint Resolution 7, now pending at the Legislature.
The result was a mixed bag, with about 30 percent of the more than 900 pending proposals fading into oblivion.
Say this for advocates of class-size reduction. Decades of failure haven’t dampened their faith in their pet project.
The idea of high-speed rail is a lot more attractive than the reality. Just look at California.
Stiffer fines for agencies that ignore public records laws; opening public sector bargaining to the taxpayers.
If you like your gas stove, you may not be able to keep it. At least if Nevada’s legislative Democrats get their way.
Turns out fixing roads and bridges and a feverish administrative state don’t mesh well together.
Several states in recent years have addressed the inequity of civil forfeiture.
Administration acknowledges the problem.
A new study provides yet more evidence that school choice improves educational outcomes.
When the government pays people not to work, no one should be surprised if some folks accept the offer — even when jobs are available.