I love the comic Pearls Before Swine by Stephan Pastis. I also love our system of justice in which cases of negligence or neglect of duty are punishable by fines and lawsuits. But there’s definitely something to Sunday’s cartoon about the explosion of safety extremism as a reaction to torts, so I thought I’d share. (You can click on the image to make it larger):
Toward the middle of Thursday’s long Assembly Government Affairs Committee hearing on a bill to build schools but not pay prevailing wages for school construction, Minority Leader Marilyn Kirkpatrick said what was on a lot of people’s minds.
Debate over a gun bill in the Senate raises the question of when killing is justified in Nevada.
A new bill would relax Nevada’s reciprocity standards when it comes to concealed weapons.
Nevada’s own Dirty Harriet, Las Vegas Republican Asemblywoman Michele Fiore, recently regaled the Chronicle of Higher Education with an oldie-but-goodie among gun lovers.
Assembly Bill 120 would allow students to sue if they believe their free exercise of religion rights have been violated.
After a week away, Steve catches up on some news that broke while he was on staycation.
If you were hoping for a sales tax on services this legislative session, you’re probably going to be disappointed.