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CCSD police dispatcher transferred from post as new details emerge in Angela Peterson death case

Jail-house phone call: “My mom’s going to go to jail now.”

September 29, 2014 | by Karen Gray

A Clark County School District police dispatcher who’s been named a defendant in the Angela Peterson wrongful death lawsuit was transferred out of her police department post Friday after an audio recording surfaced raising questions about her involvement in the case.  

Tax would cost state, its residents millions

Study shows income losses in the hundreds of millions, job losses in the thousands

September 25, 2014 | by Chantal Lovell

Proponents of the margin tax initiative that Nevadans will consider this November want voters to believe that it will only affect “big business,” but reality tells a different story. 

Mom-and-pop business worries about indirect impacts of margin tax

Small business owner sees costs increasing if margin tax passes, even through his business doesn’t meet $1 million threshold

September 24, 2014 | by Chantal Lovell

Randy and Kathalynn Thwing may have to pick up their lives and move out of the state they’ve called home since the ‘80s if voters approve the margin tax this November, even though their long-time business wouldn’t be directly subjected to the tax.

Democratic Party trying to mislead on school choice in Senate race

Party sends out fliers filled with inaccurate assertions about school choice

September 18, 2014 | by Victor Joecks

While political fliers are rarely filled with reasoned or nuanced policy analysis, recent flyers paid for by the Democratic Party of Nevada contain so many inaccurate statements about school choice that a fact check is needed.

NPRI sends open letter to Gov. Sandoval on constitutional implications of reported subsidies for Tesla

September 4, 2014

NPRI President Andy Matthews today sent an open letter to Gov. Brian Sandoval and the members of the Nevada Legislature regarding a potential special session and subsidies for Tesla. The letter urges Gov. Sandoval and lawmakers to avoid unconstitutional subsidies that would leave the state exposed to the potential for legal action.

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