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Youth are Showing Extraordinary Leadership on Climate in the Courts

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You have heard of the Parkland students who are leading the #NeverAgain movement against gun violence. As we approach Earth Day this weekend, it's important

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TAX DAY: New Report Reveals How Trump’s Tax Giveaway Impacts Nevada

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Donald Trump and the Republicans in Congress, such as Nevada Senator Dean Heller, have made a lot of promises about their $1.5 trillion tax giveaway

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BLOG: Why March for Science?

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This Saturday's march is more than just a fun way to celebrate science. How many times per day does the average American rely on science?

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OPINION: Janus v. AFSCME threatens the strength of unions

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  Don’t be fooled by anti-union rhetoric On one side of the pathway leading up to the U.S. Supreme Court, people wave signs that say

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Opinion: Protect Women’s Care

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Happy International Women’s Day! Today, people around the world celebrate the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. And while we celebrate that, this

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Youth are Showing Extraordinary Leadership on Climate in the Courts

TAX DAY: New Report Reveals How Trump’s Tax Giveaway Impacts Nevada

BLOG: Why March for Science?

OPINION: Janus v. AFSCME threatens the strength of unions

Opinion: Protect Women’s Care

William Anderson
EnergyPublic LandSocial Justice

Moapa Chairman Who Led Fight to Shut Down Coal Plant, Built First Commercial Solar Array on a Native American Reservation Passes Away

MOAPA, NV - Former Moapa Band of Paiutes Tribal Chairman William Milton Anderson passed away Sunday in his home at the age of 44. In 2000, William became one of the youngest chairpersons in the history of the Moapa Band of Paiutes Tribe at the age of 26. He will be most remembered for his second term as Chairman where, under his leadership, the Moapa Band of Paiutes reshaped the energy and environmental landscape of the Southwestern United States. [caption…

Questions Surround Zinke Visit to Vegas
Gun ViolencePublic Land

Questions Surround Zinke Visit to Vegas

Questions Surround Zinke Visit to Vegas Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke is in Las Vegas for NSSF SHOT Show 2018, according to posts from his verified Twitter account, @SecretaryZinke. Zinke Makes Time for NRA Spokesperson Zinke, who recommended drastic reductions to lands in Utah, as well as Nevada’s Gold Butte National Monument, posed for photos before appearing on Dana Loesch’s radio show while attending the convention. Great to join @DLoesch live from #SHOTShow! Just passed my friend @CameronHanes on…

Gun Violence

Ten Takeaways from Metro’s Route 91 Report

In response to online conspiracy theories regarding the nation's largest mass shooting on October 1, 2017 at Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas Metro Police Department have released an unprecedented preliminary report containing details regarding the attack and the department's investigation. Here are ten key facts you should know: Nearly two-thirds of Paddock’s guns were bought within a year before the shooting, including ammo & accessories “From 1982 through September of 2016, Paddock purchased 29 firearms. These purchases consisted of handguns, shotguns…

DACA is Not a Bargaining CHIP
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DACA is Not a Bargaining CHIP

DACA is Not a Bargaining CHIP: Brinkmanship Poised to Shutdown Government Despite early-week progress to avoid a government shutdown, it appears that President Trump’s intervention has (once-again) scuttled good-faith negotiations over DACA between Republicans and Democrats on a Continuing Resolution that would keep the nation’s government funded for the next month. Playing Politics With Funding Despite having held hostage the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) since October, and with short-term funding due to be depleted as early as this Friday,…

A majority of Americans think Donald Trump is a failure.
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POLL: Most Americans Think Trump a Failure

According to a Marist poll released January 18th, 2018, most Americans believe President Trump has failed during his first year. The poll was conducted in cooperation with NPR and PBS NewsHour by The Marist College Institute for Public Opinion, which surveyed 1,350 adults between January 8th and 10th 2018 with a margin-of-error of 2.7%. A Deepening Divide The results show a widening gap between the way the bulk of the American electorate and Trump’s base view the administration’s first year.…

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