During the Summer of 2009, Senator Reid pledged, “If you like the health care you have, you can keep it” eight times while speaking on the Senate floor.
Senator Reid repeatedly misled Americans by assuring them, “If you like the health care you have, you can keep it."
Senator Reid forces Obamacare on Nevadans, but allows top staff to avoid troubled exchanges.
The Senate Majority Leader's touting of the program doesn't sync with reality.
Nevadans’ personal information must risk transit through federal data hub.
Tahoe homeowners view TRPA as frustrating, indifferent and dealing with it "futile."
New study: Average Obamacare insurance premium for Silver State residents will be 179 percent higher than residents’ present rates
Manhattan Institute study finds Obamacare insurance premiums for Nevada residents will be 179 percent higher than present rates.
The Obama administration may have broken federal data-security laws to launch on Oct. 1.
Before Nevada joined the Union in 1864, the U.S. Congress explicitly promised more than two dozen times that the new state would be on an equal footing with the original states.
That promise, however, was not kept.
Today, as this report’s cover illustrates, only 13 percent of Nevada’s surface is available to provide the state with a tax base for the funding of services. In some counties — examples are Mineral, Nye and White Pine — the tax base is virtually nonexistent, at 4 percent or less.
Behind this problem is congressional bad faith — the breaking of a commitment to new states, a commitment even older than the U.S. Constitution: that the federal government would facilitate the settling of new states by selling or giving away unappropriated land and not keeping it. Indeed, it was on the basis of this commitment that the original 13 states agreed to the Constitution.
Government health care subsidies crowd out private insurance and reduce job-seeking.