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OPINION: Preparing students for the future means incorporating AI into classrooms 

AI’s growing importance and value to our workforce underscores the need to prepare the next generation to use it. All of Nevada’s higher education institutions will play a pivotal role in that process. 

OPINION: Every voter petition is technically invalid

Those amendments — along with subsequent court rulings and statutory changes — have created a logical and legal pretzel that, at least on paper, make it technically impossible for any voter petition to qualify for our ballots.

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OPINION: Is Nevada ‘MAGA’ country now?

And while plenty of things could (and will) change between now and November, such a consistent lead inspires an obvious question for political consultants, pundits and candidates regarding the trouble Democrats likely face in 2024.

Far more is needed than merely reclassifying marijuana

Certainly, this is great news, but it is by no means a massive green light for the industry to join the broader economy of legal and legitimate businesses. Things will still be decidedly rigged against the industry on the federal level.

Spit it Out

There are some things about having grown up with a terrible, debilitating stutter that I wouldn’t trade away now, for anything.

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