Nevada’s magic trick of the year didn’t take place on the Las Vegas Strip. It was Gov. Steve Sisolak convincing the public that his budget includes a 3 percent raise for teachers. It doesn’t. The money’s not there.
The Clark County Education Association is so upset about education funding that it’s asking teachers to approve a strike — next August. Yes, that strategy is as foolhardy as it sounds.
The existence of racial disparities — from Major League Baseball to school discipline — shouldn’t be even evidence to establish discrimination.
Joe Biden is the frontrunner for the Democrat presidential nomination. He’s also being underestimated.
A decision to allow development on the former Badlands Golf Course could put other neighborhoods at risk.
Nevada’s upcoming budget is going to be its largest ever. Legislators still want to spend more than is available.
Over the last two years, President Donald Trump’s Twitter feed had been foreshadowing many of the findings of the just-released Mueller report. That’s both a good and bad thing for the president.
Eliminating the subminimum wage will end training and work opportunities for some members of the disabled community. Instead of doing something productive, they would be stuck in adult day care. That’s according to Tracy May-Brown, Opportunity Village’s director of advocacy, board and government relations.