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Nevada PERS must turn over data on public employee retirees

November 15, 2013

CARSON CITY — The Nevada Supreme Court on Thursday upheld a lower court ruling that found information about public employee retirees sought by the Reno Gazette-Journal is public information.

Taxpayers lose big: Lawmakers impose new burdens

November 15, 2013

Three years ago, both Brian Sandoval and Rory Reid ran for governor on a “no new taxes” platform.

Last year, voters in five Nevada counties rejected six efforts to raise taxes — even though Barack Obama was at the top of the ticket, driving liberal voter turnout.

Given the clear will of the voters throughout the state, you’d expect that the governor and legislators would avoid raising taxes at all cost.

Instead, Gov. Sandoval and legislators passed numerous tax increases while pretending that they didn’t raise taxes.

Andy Matthews talks housing on My News 3

November 8, 2013

Andy Matthews talks housing on My News 3

School district officials to settle with Ethics Commission

November 8, 2013

Two Clark County school officials decided they will settle an ethics investigation against them rather than testify.

Fed govt: No, Nevada, you cannot have oil-and-gas prosperity

November 1, 2013

President Obama is usually quite pleased to credit the upsurge in oil-and-gas production and the downswing in oil imports that has been happening throughout his presidency as the direct result of his administration’s policies, and they would prefer that you not investigate the matter too closely and just trust that his support of renewables and biofuels and what have you combined with his prudent, keen sense of know-how for creating just enough traditional energy jobs is the source of the economic growth supporting his otherwise stagnant economic recovery.

Fed chokehold means no oil for Nevada

November 1, 2013

About 200 miles due north of Las Vegas is Nye County’s Railroad Valley. Home to only a few hundred people, it receives few visitors ...

Federal control means no oil

November 1, 2013

About 200 miles due north of Las Vegas is Nye County’s Railroad Valley. Home to only a few hundred people, it receives few visitors.

But Railroad Valley boasts something unique to Nevada that could someday mean a new boom of wealth and job creation to the tune of more than 21,000 jobs.

City survey says ... nothing about fiscal issues

November 1, 2013

The city of Las Vegas wants to know what residents think of the municipal government. It’s asking taxpayers to complete its Las Vegas Community Survey, by mail or online, to help establish budgeting and service priorities and determine perceptions of the city.

Victor Joecks talks housing with Kevin Wall

October 25, 2013

Victor Joecks, Communications Director for Nevada Policy Research Institute, joins the show to talk about the recent study showing that the Nevada government is not helping to solve the stat’s housing issues.

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