- State higher-ed system to get $1.5M for not cutting ties with NV Energy
- Thursday, Dec. 5, 2019
- Over the course of Thursday’s Nevada System of Higher Education Board of Regents meeting, one topic seemed to repeatedly come up: money ...
- Redistricting commission effort a waiting game
- Wednesday, Dec. 4, 2019
- The campaign against partisan gerrymandering — the use of congressional redistricting to manipulate votes — hit a ...
- Advocates push to keep climate change atop minds of Nevada voters, presidential candidates
- Monday, Dec. 2, 2019
- Climate crisis has been one of the most relevant issues for the field of Democratic presidential contenders. While candidates have outlined different responses to ...
- Presidential hopefuls join the fight against expanding the military’s footprint into a wildlife refuge
- Sunday, Dec. 1, 2019
- An environmental clash between the U.S. Air Force, conservationists, Native American groups and Nevada politicians has begun to make its way into the national political scene.
- Democratic presidential candidates mine Nevada's minorities for support
- Sunday, Dec. 1, 2019
- Nevada is not just first in the West in the presidential nominating sweepstakes; it's also the first state in the nation with significant minority populations ...
- As Trump administration backs off global warming fight, Nevada and other states take the reins
- Friday, Nov. 29, 2019
- At Gov. Steve Sisolak’s first State of the State address, he said he wouldn’t spend time debating the science behind climate change. On the national level, however, the global warming debate is far from settled. Under President Donald Trump, the federal government has rolled back multiple ...
- Sisolak announces plan to get UNLV medical school facility across finish line
- Tuesday, Nov. 26, 2019
- On the heels of several furtive efforts to construct a new instructional building for the UNLV School of Medicine, supporters of the school have come up with a new approach to bring the facility to reality.
- Nevada officials work to implement new school funding formula
- Monday, Nov. 25, 2019
- Nevada’s decades-old education funding plan was long seen as a relic of its time, incapable of meeting the demands of a state whose demographics had changed and whose population had increased significantly since its implementation.
- Biden looks to Nevada to help burnish his standing as front-runner
- Wednesday, Nov. 20, 2019
- Joe Biden has targeted the Silver State, increasing his staffing here earlier this year as he and his campaign work to bring his message to Nevada Democrats and …
- Nevada’s importance on display at Democratic presidential event in Las Vegas
- Sunday, Nov. 17, 2019
- The event was a chance for candidates to make rapid-fire pitches to voters in the months before the February caucuses. Nevada is the ..
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John Sadler is a political reporter for the Las Vegas Sun. Born and raised in Louisiana, he is a graduate of Louisiana Tech University and the University of Missouri-Columbia. When he’s not elbow-deep in documents, he likes food, folklore and cheering for the Saints.
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