Best of both worlds?

Reno airport authority wields government powers, skirts citizen oversight

January 12, 2011 | by Steven Miller , Kyle Gillis

Although the Reno airport authority wields government powers, it is attempting to avoid citizen oversight.

A shot in the dark

Public records show little benefit from handgun-registration program

December 22, 2010 | by Kyle Gillis

Public records obtained from Clark County show little benefit from handgun-registration program.

Not-so-quick draw

Metro resists handgun-registration program transparency

December 16, 2010 | by Kyle Gillis

The Las Vegas Metro Police Department is resisting handgun-registration program transparency.

Back to the drawing board

Democrats’ plan stacks deck for fourth congressional district

November 10, 2010 | by Kyle Gillis

Democrats' redistricting plan would stack the deck in their favor for Nevada's fourth congressional seat.

The Nevada Piglet Book 2010

September 30, 2010 | by Geoffrey Lawrence

As the result of hundreds of public records requests, NPRI has uncovered millions of dollars of government waste.

The super-secret superintendent search

Clark County school board maneuvers around open-meeting laws

September 9, 2010 | by Karen Gray

While looking for a new leader, the Clark County school board is maneuvering around open-meeting laws.

Bound and gagged

Union negotiations marked by compulsion, secrecy and predation

September 8, 2010 | by Geoffrey Lawrence

Union negotiations are marked by compulsion, secrecy and predation.

Challengers want sunlight

Non-incumbent candidates more favorable toward transparency

September 7, 2010 | by Geoffrey Lawrence

Non-incumbent candidates were much more likely to go on the record supporting transparency in government.

A response to Attorney General Masto

Her commitment to open-meeting law enforcement remains in question

August 3, 2010 | by Karen Gray

Questions remain about her commitment to open-meeting law enforcement.

Yes, the AG deserves criticism on open-meeting law

Creation of task force doesn’t get Masto off the hook

July 22, 2010 | by Karen Gray

Creating a task force doesn't negate Masto's weak enforcement of existing open-meeting law violations.

Total Records: 81

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