Andy Matthews

The Silver State’s golden compensation packages

March 28, 2014

Whether you’re a current government employee or a retired one, Nevada is the place to be. That’s because Nevada public employees take a lot from taxpayers — both when they’re working and after they retire. 

Sour Sixteen

March 21, 2014

The White House tried to use the NCAA tournament to garner more support for its failing legislation by encouraging people to make their own March Madness picks. But, instead of choosing winning college basketball teams, the White House wants you to choose the “16 sweetest reasons to get covered.”

Obamacare Madness

March 19, 2014

Unlike the Obamacare March Madness challenge, there's a winner to our NCAA bracket challenge.  Join and you could win a signed copy of Jonah Goldberg’s The Tyranny of Clichés!

Join NPRI's bracket challenge, win a signed Jonah Goldberg book

March 17, 2014

NPRI is hosting a March Madness bracket challenge. Join and you could win a signed copy of Jonah Goldberg’s The Tyranny of Clichés!

Just passing through the Catalyst Fund

March 14, 2014

NPRI President Andy Matthews explains more details of NPRI’s case against the state and its unconstitutional subsidies to private companies.

Reminder

March 11, 2014

NPRI is thrilled to offer our fourth annual Professor R.S. Nigam & NPRI Freedom Scholarship and excited to once again put a smile on the face of a deserving student. The scholarship is made possible through the generous donation of long-time NPRI member Swadeep Nigam in honor of his father, Professor R.S. Nigam.

Bring out your stories

March 7, 2014

The teachers union is seeking to reduce economic growth at one of the worst possible times — when tens of thousands of Nevadans are underemployed or unemployed and struggling to support their families. While the numbers of projected job and business loss speak for themselves, the personal stories of those who will be impacted by the margin tax are also important to tell.

Scholarship

February 28, 2014

When you work in the think-tank world, where days are consumed with analyzing policy, keeping tabs on the government and promoting transparency, encounters with 16, 17 and 18 year olds can be rare.

It’s not that we don’t want teens to spend their Friday and Saturday nights reading about outrageous and out-of-control government spending in our Piglet Book, or about our efforts to combat the state’s disregard for its own constitution, or our solutions to Nevada’s economic and educational challenges. We know those things are of value to everyone, whether they be 18 or 80.

But the reality is that high school seniors, particularly this time of year, have a lot of other things to worry about — like getting into college and finding a way to pay for it. For the past three years, we’ve been fortunate enough to help make the latter task a little easier for students in Clark County by offering The Professor R.S. Nigam & NPRI Freedom Scholarship.

Results

February 27, 2014

Just days after it was filed, NPRI’s lawsuit against the Governor’s Office of Economic Development is already making a difference. The City of Reno decided to hold off on awarding state money to a private company upon learning of the suit, which alleges the Nevada Catalyst Fund is unconstitutional.

Why NPRI has sued the state

February 24, 2014

In 2011, under the guise of “economic development,” state lawmakers created the Catalyst Fund, administered by the Governor’s Office of Economic Development, to provide up to $10 million in state tax dollars to private businesses. In response, NPRI’s Center for Justice and Constitutional Litigation has just filed a lawsuit charging that the Catalyst Fund violates Article 8, Sections 9 and 10 of the state constitution.

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