NPRI launches new litigation center

Victor Joecks

In case you missed the news this week, the Nevada Policy Research Institute announced that it has launched a new litigation center, formally called the Center for Justice and Constitutional Litigation.

I encourage you to learn more about the Center by visiting its website, reading NPRI’s press release on it or reading the Review-Journal’s story on it.

NPRI has also hired Joe Becker as director of the Center.

In a nutshell, the Center for Justice and Constitutional Litigation will litigate as a means to uphold the nation’s bedrock principles, including limited and ethical government, property rights, Second Amendment rights and the separation of powers.

With the success a similar center has had in Arizona, this is a bright week for the rights of Nevadans.

Blog note: I apologize for the relatively few posts this week. With the Center launching, I was quite busy. I should be able to blog more regularly next week. And with the budget debate really starting to take shape, there’s certainly a lot to talk about.

Until then, here’s my shameless plug to “like” the Nevada Policy Research Institute on Facebook – over 500 fans and counting. Join the fun!