That is why Nevada Policy works to preserve and extend transparency in government through investigative journalism, litigation and our groundbreaking transparency project TransparentNevada.com.
Taxpayers have the right to know how, exactly, their tax dollars are being spent. That’s why Nevada Policy makes government spending information available on TransparentNevada.com — a database of all public sector compensation information for the state of Nevada. This transparency project is a groundbreaking effort to help citizens understand how local governments are spending their tax dollars. Nevada Policy also runs a sister-site, TransparentCalifornia.com
Nevadans can expect to remain in the dark about matters of vital public interest, as long as government officials are free to violate the state’s public records law without consequence.
New public records lawsuit highlights why the law needs teeth
Nevadans should trust neither the cost estimates nor claims of future benefits made by the promoters of public transit projects, according to the researchers behind the largest and most robust…
The U.S. Census Bureau has released new K-12 per-pupil spending data for the 2016 fiscal year, allowing for an update on our previous post which looked at state spending…