Free to Offend Episode 27 | Guest: Robert Fellner, Nevada Policy
In a high profile ruling last week, the state Supreme Court ruled that the plain language of the constitution actually means something… and that’s great news for Nevadans.
Robert Fellner, Nevada Policy’s vice president, joined the program to discuss what that court case means, how it might influence a critical upcoming lawsuit brought by Nevada Policy and why such rulings are essential to protecting against absolute power “corrupting absolutely.”
- Nevada Supreme Court rules that words actually have meanings
- Nevada Policy Press release on last week’s court ruling
- All parties agree: dual-serving legislators are bad for democracy
- Separation of Powers Lawsuit update page
Free to Offend:
A podcast that radically defends free speech by regularly practicing it.
Produced by Nevada Policy Research Institute,
featuring Nevada Policy’s Michael Schaus and Robert Fellner.