The general public didn’t gain much from 2013 legislature, but special interests sure did.
Ethics commission to determine if CCSD's help to ‘Yes on 2’ campaign violated ethic laws.
Judge refers BLM, USFS officers for potential criminal prosecution and shames DOJ lawyers.
District response quite different from its reaction last year to a similar incident.
Little-known window gives teachers the option to save over $770 a year.
LAS VEGAS — Today, the Nevada Policy Research Institute’s Center for Justice and Constitutional Litigation filed an opposition to the Clark County School District’s motion to dismiss the Center’s public-records case against CCSD.
NPRI joins with 40 organizations for upcoming National Employee Freedom Week; will remind workers of their options regarding leaving union membership
LAS VEGAS — Today, the Nevada Policy Research Institute announced that it will participate in National Employee Freedom Week, a first-of-its-kind national campaign to remind union members about the freedom they have to leave their unions.
National Employee Freedom Week (NEFW), which will run from June 23-29, 2013, will highlight how unionized employees often don’t know they have the legal right to opt-out of union membership — and help educate those employees on their options so they can make the decision about union membership that’s best for them.
LAS VEGAS — In response to this morning’s special Legislative Session called by Gov. Brian Sandoval, NPRI Deputy Policy Director Geoffrey Lawrence released the following comments.
Sandoval risks political backlash in signing new agreement.
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