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Mary Lau: The 81st Legislative Session

The 81st Nevada Legislative Session was like nothing we’ve ever seen and something we never want to see again. Between the restrictions created due to the pandemic, a growing divide between the political parties, and the new dynamic of the

May 2021: National News

Retail Sales Posted Double-Digit Gains in March U.S. retail sales grew by double-digits in March.  According to Mastercard SpendingPulse, which measures in-store and online retail sales across all forms of payment, U.S. retail sales excluding automotive and gasoline increased 26.3%

Bryan Wachter: Senate Bill 314

By Bryan Wachter Nevada legislators had an opportunity to pass legislation which would have protected Nevada consumers from the counterfeit, knockoff and downright dangerous products that are flooding online markets. Senate Bill 314 – which provided consumer protections – had bipartisan

Andy Peterson: The Signal and the Noise

By Andy Peterson Pandemics and wars change everything. Sometimes those changes eventually work out for the better. Sometimes not. What many people, however, are likely wondering is what will become of our economy once the pandemic has receded to the

Andy Peterson: Bonus Money

Margaret Thatcher once quipped, “The problem with socialism is that you eventually run out of other people’s money”. This is an easy ditty to use against those, mainly democrats, who believe government has a role in relieving the suffering of

Mary Lau: The Art of The Compromise

In politics, compromise is a dirty word. In the legislature compromise is not just important, it’s critical to passing good legislation. Legislation unilaterally supported by one party or the other is often plagued with unintended consequences, which all seem to