"So we need to prevent that for the people of the state of Nevada, not for me personally. The last thing I want to do is be non-relevant through a legislative session, meaning that if I don't agree with some legislation, I can simply veto it and then it will be put back to the vote of the Legislature and they will just re-affirm the vote, their support of it." Gov. Joe Lombardo, speaking about a veto-proof Legislature if Democrats grab super-majorities in both houses of the 2025 session.
The deal includes 1,100 acre-feet of water rights and NV Energy has agreed to supply the Tract properties with two gigawatts of power, which is a massive amount since one gigawatt is enough to supply 750,000 homes.
"What ends up happening is you start down a road of one piece of the (immigration) pie. Let's say temporary workers. Then you deal with people who overstay their visa and the enforcement of that. Then you deal with, 'Well, if we're going to deal with that, when are we going to deal with the quota issue we have?" U.S. Rep. Susie Lee, on the frustration of passing any kind of bill on immigration
"The unfortunate part is there were solutions that were offered during the Legislature. They passed the Legislature but were vetoed by the governor. And the effect of that now is there's fewer options available to Nevadans." Nevada's 4th U.S. House District Rep. Steven Horsford, D-North Las Vegas
"Some of my colleagues, instead of solving the problem and addressing this issue, are more inclined to play politics with it and scare people so that they can win an election." Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto, on the failure of Congress to pass immigation reforms.
Yes, we’re on the road again and its been quite entertaining so far. The Merry Band of 69’ers, 5 of my Sparks High School, planned this short trip to Nevada City when we were in the depths of six feet of snow and desperately wanted to be somewhere warm. We found it. We knew we were in the right place ...