OPINION: The Democrats have only one answer to any problem, whether it’s real or imagined: more government at more expense and paid for by your taxes.
Governor Steve Sisolak
Brian Rippet, a science teacher from Stateline, is furious that Nevada’s legislative building will be closed to the public when lawmakers convene for a special session Wednesday to balance the state’s budget amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Nevada will be facing a $1.2 billion budget shortfall in the upcoming fiscal year because of impacts from COVID-19.
OPINION: We figured Sisolak was the best shot we had at maintaining a sense of dignity on the job, but we acknowledged he’d probably let us down. Well, here we are.
Gov. Steve Sisolak signed a directive to extend phase two of his reopening plan to July 31.
A labor union representing more than 6,000 Nevada state workers announced Friday it had filed a formal complaint to the state’s labor relations board against Gov. Steve Sisolak.
Sisolak’s mandate is already being met with denial and resistance, despite evidence suggesting its one of the best ways to prevent the spread of the virus.
OPINION: The governor has now, in no uncertain terms, told us if we don’t wear a mask, we are accessories to manslaughter.
Gov. Sisolak signed a directive that will require people to wear face coverings in public settings starting Friday, in an effort to limit the spread of COVID-19.
Gov. Steve Sisolak announced Thursday that all state employees would be furloughed one day a month starting in July and be subject to a freeze on all merit-based salary increases to stem an expected $1.3 billion budget shortfall amid the coronavirus.