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Cegavske censure, anti-mask madness: Spring is in the air for Nevada GOP
Criminal justice reform shouldn’t depend on a deputy district attorney
Imagine a future of wide-open spaces with 30x30
Making it easier to vote protects our democracy
Will the Nevada per se law for THC be repealed?
April 15th, 2021 - 2:00am
One of the most common drug offenses in Nevada involves possession or consumption of marijuana. After an arrest for driving under the influence, the arresting officer may request a blood test if marijuana consumption is suspected in the driver's impairment.
Sanctuary that’s anything but
Reaffirming land-grant status is good for Nevada’s students, faculty and economy
April 14th, 2021 - 2:00am
In increasing Nevada’s share of federal funding, all options should be on the table. This includes reaffirming land grant status for UNLV, UNR and Desert Research Institute. Senate Bill 287 by Sen. Dallas Harris (D-Las Vegas) aims to do just that.
Policing and police reform in Las Vegas
With creation of new inland ports comes new economic opportunities
April 12th, 2021 - 2:00am
People tend to think of ports as locations along an ocean, but to experts in the logistics industry, a port is any place that two types of transportation — say, railroads and highways — converge to allow the movement of freight from one mode of transportation to another.
Racial equality and the Second Amendment
April 11th, 2021 - 2:00am
The last several years of racial and cultural tension have had a predictable effect on firearm ownership that is certain to complicate progressives’ political calculus regarding gun control: More Americans are buying more firearms than ever, and minorities are increasingly joining the ranks of first-time gun buyers.
When it comes to our right to repair, Carson City can't return what D.C. took from us
Pandemic pandering: This week’s small insurrection in Nye County
HIV is not a crime — It’s time to modernize Nevada’s HIV laws
April 10th, 2021 - 2:00am
It may surprise many that in 2021, Nevada – a state known for its progressive policies and politics and a state that has led the country in civil rights advocacy – still continues to criminalize certain behaviors on the basis of a person’s HIV status.