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The Power of Choice: Part II

Electricity deregulation leads to lower power bills, better state competitiveness

May 8, 2012 | by Geoffrey Lawrence

Electricity deregulation leads to lower power bills and better state competitiveness.

Citations suggest Nevada law permissive on 'robo-signing'

AG’s complaint called mere 'collection of suppositions, legal conclusions, and inflammatory labels.'

April 16, 2012 | by Steven Miller

Attorney General's complaint labeled as mere 'collection of suppositions, legal conclusions, and inflammatory labels.'

Coroner reports cause of death for notary

Was on anti-anxiety, allergy medications

April 16, 2012 | by Steven Miller

Anti-anxiety, allergy medications taken by notary.

Oscar Goodman, former Las Vegas mayor and mob lawyer, calls critics of Mob Museum "monkeys"

February 15, 2012 | by Kyle Gillis

Taxpayers foot the bill for a $42 million Las Vegas museum dedicated to organized crime.

‘A total lack of common sense’ at health district?

Legal defense fund president weighs in on Quail Hollow Farm fiasco

December 7, 2011

Also, a legal defense fund president weighs in on the fiasco at Quail Hollow Farm.

A repellant for tyrants: Part III

Ignoring Nevada's separation-of-powers clause has led to constitutional mayhem

November 22, 2011 | by Joseph Becker

Ignoring the separation-of-powers clause in Nevada’s constitution has led to constitutional mayhem.

Union power, organizers ‘behind’ Occupy Las Vegas

Big labor steering protestors away from disrupting Democratic events, planning to ‘shut down the Strip’

October 13, 2011 | by Victor Joecks

Big labor is steering protestors away from disrupting Democratic events and is planning to ‘shut down the Strip.’

Reports from Reid's clean energy summit

How the left tries to justify "green" energy subsidies

August 30, 2011 | by Kyle Gillis

Stories on how the left tries to justify "green" energy subsidies.

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