I’ll be taking a little post-election time off, but will return with all-new blogs, columns, TV appearances and the rest starting Nov. 19. Make sure nothing big happens while I’m gone!
The Senate’s initial vote last week on a proposed constitutional amendment to allow Congress to regulate campaign fundraising and spending was somewhat confusing: It passed 79-18, well in excess of the 60 votes needed to begin debate, and the 66 needed for final passage.
A slow-moving first day at the Tesla special session lasted until well after dark. It looks like another long one today, too.
In a completely foreseeable development, at least one other company is now asking for incentives to expand its existing Nevada operation.
What is state government for?
Opponents of gay marriage argued in court Monday that it would lead to family breakdowns, but advocates for equality said those arguments don’t hold legal or logical water.
President Barack Obama, who promised he’d act alone on immigration reform by the end of summer if Republicans failed to pass a comprehensive bill, now says he’ll wait until after November’s elections.