Andy Matthews is the president of NPRI and has been with the Institute since February 2007. Andy is the fourth president in NPRI's history. He joined NPRI in February 2007 as its communications director and became a vice president at the Institute in 2008.
We’re down to the final days of the Legislative Session and one thing is clear: Gov. Brian Sandoval is not interested in compromising on three key issues.
As he gave his State of the State address, Sandoval laid out three priorities that he actually campaigned against during his run for re-election: the largest tax increase in state history, passing a modified version of the margin tax and a massive expansion of government.
Dear Assemblymen Nelson, O’Neill, Trowbridge, Edwards and Silberkraus:
Sometime in the next few days, you will make your most important decision of the 2015 Nevada Legislative Session. Given that you are all up for reelection next year, and are not guaranteed to be back for future sessions, it may well be the most important decision of each of your legislative careers.
Anyone who has paid even minimal attention to lawmaking has likely asked themselves at one point or another: “Whose side are they on?”
“They,” of course, being lawmakers, and the “sides” being either government’s or the people’s.
“Politicians are people who, when they see light at the end of the tunnel, go out and buy some more tunnel.” — John Quinton