Any discussion about reforming the structure of Nevada’s tax code should be divorced from the debate over how much in total revenue state officials would like to receive. In other words, for tax reform to have legs politically, it must be done on a revenue-neutral basis.
Those who wish to raise the minimum wage say they want to help poor people, but a minimum-wage hike is a sure-fire way to keep poor people in poverty.
There’s a phenomenon emerging in the race to the Nevada Legislature.
There's a big myth at the heart of the margin tax debate.
Researchers agree that fundamental changes are needed to improve students outcomes, so why are politicians stuck in the past?
It only took a pro-margin-tax commercial five seconds to get it wrong.
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.
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.