Parents, press and lawmakers taken for a ride by CCSD.
Here are five solutions to move Nevada forward.
If property-tax increase passes, CCSD officials could ask to extend higher tax rate for 30 years.
If Question 2 passes, a school of 244 is scheduled to receive a new $11.9 million gym.
When the government controls society’s resources, it becomes about who you know, not what you know. As resources are politicized, they get doled out to those with political pull to the detriment of the average citizen. That’s a central lesson of this biennium’s Piglet Book.
District says School Improvement Committee PAC will reimburse it for 'Vote Yes on 2' materials, employee costs.
Analysis: Schools on CCSD capital improvement list already received over $470 million from previous bonds
School district also admits school project list can be changed 'as necessary.'
Today’s economists neglect the most basic element of economic science.
Las Vegas Metro brass are trying to scare residents into accepting higher taxes.