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Linda Greenhouse Thinks COVID-19 Rules That Favor Casinos Over Churches Raise No Constitutional Issues Worth Considering
The former New York Times SCOTUS reporter does not seem to understand the arguments she is criticizing.
He's not the first dead person to win an election.
Death of Dennis Hof, the 'P.T. Barnum of Booty,' Leaves Uncertain Future for Nevada Brothels and Senate Seat
Hof had a huge impact on legal sex work in Nevada and his death has spurred a heady mix of reactions.
The feds insist it's just a coincidence that an opioid task force targeted the one road to Burning Man as the event ramped up.
Love Ranch, a brothel owned by Nevada Assembly candidate Dennis Hof, loses their brothel license.
Citing a post-9/11 terror law, MGM Resorts International argues that it isn't liable for the deadliest mass shooting in modern American history.
"Of course the voices of actual sex workers are nowhere to be found," says brothel worker and PhD student Christina Parreira.
Judge cites "flagrant prosecutorial misconduct" on the government's part.
Alaska has the lowest taxes on recreational marijuana.
Rural Nevada counties use overworked contract attorneys as public defenders, leaving poor defendants at a huge disadvantage, the ACLU says.
The governor, who worries that pot-friendly businesses could provoke a federal crackdown, disagrees.
Millions of pot-seeking tourists have nowhere to enjoy their purchases.
Data obtained by a Nevada think tank show where Las Vegas police use civil asset forfeiture.
Fear of fun can be found on both sides of the legalization debate.
Legalized marijuana came to Nevada, but so have the high taxes and complex regulations that preserve illegal sales elsewhere.
They haven't found any that work yet, but Democrats continue running political experiments with expanding government's role in health care.
Wants rides hailed by apps at least 10 minutes in advance and a slew of new taxes and other regulations.
Reno School Cop Shoots Teen Victim of Bullying in the Chest—District Praises Cop for 'Protecting Children'
Teen's attorney speaks out while school district praises cop for shooting.
Is the Libertarian label electoral poison, or is there another explanation?
Sheldon Adelson's tears are yummy.
Party angry over Moore's vote on Raiders stadium subsidy; Moore thinks the L.P. needs to grow and "stop trying to advance the more radical agenda, pick and choose your fights and get more mainstream."
The Drug Free America Foundation claims an imaginary prank "highlights the very real dangers legal marijuana has on children."
Taxpayer subsidy for one America's richest men and one of its worst NFL franchises sneaks through Nevada legislature.
While supposedly delivering about the same amount of electricity.
"Go Team Go" is a bad argument for publicly-financed stadiums.
With pot on the ballot in nine states, support for allowing recreational use is strongest in California, while Florida looks likeliest to permit medical use.
Committee of "casino leaders and elected officials" votes to subsidize Sheldon Adelson and the Oakland Raiders.
Citing "a strong link between drug use and violence," the appeals court says it's reasonable to stop patients from buying guns.