This land is their land
Ever since Nevada achieved statehood in 1864, federal agencies have controlled most of the state’s land, refusing to release more than token amounts for construction of homes, schools, parks and businesses.
The Federal Land Stranglehold
The federal government's tight grip on Nevada's land is causing economic harm – and, in many cases, genuine hardship – to local developers, workers, renters and would-be homeowners.
Frequently Asked Questions (and Hysterical Allegations) Regarding TASC
In principle, the idea behind the Tax and Spending Control amendment currently proposed for the Nevada Constitution is a good one.
Nevada's 2003 Tax Increases
Tax collections are running far ahead of Task Force estimates, while many programs are requiring less money than forecasts suggested.
Nevada Public School Performance
The performance of Nevada public schools, as seen through the eyes of parents and employers, is not a pretty picture.
Nevada's Proposed 2003-2005 Budget:
Many of the assumptions underlying the budget are inconsistent with both empirical and theoretical evidence.
Solving Nevada’s Medical Malpractice Crisis
In their frantic attempt to put an end to Nevada’s malpractice insurance crisis, our state politicians are looking for solutions in all the wrong places.