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Gov. Steve Sisolak Calls For Special Cannabis Task Force To Take On Alleged Adam Laxalt Corruption

Gov. Steve Sisolak Calls For Special Cannabis Task Force To Take On Alleged Adam Laxalt Corruption

Gov. Steve Sisolak says he is "outraged" that foreign national tried to get into Nevada's legal marijuana business by giving political donations to key people in the state. He called for an immediate creation of a multi-agency task force to "root out potential...

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University of Nevada, Reno Student: Assistant Dean Compared Students To White Supremacists

University of Nevada, Reno Student: Assistant Dean Compared Students To White Supremacists

University of Nevada, Reno student Kendall Rice told Breitbart News that her involvement with the college oriented conservative group, Turning Point USA (TPUSA), that received push-back from the school's assistant dean in an email sent out comparing TPUSA to white...

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Record Low Unemployment Among Hispanics In Republican Economy, 286,000 More Hispanics Held Jobs In September

Record Low Unemployment Among Hispanics In Republican Economy, 286,000 More Hispanics Held Jobs In September

The seasonally adjusted unemployment numbers for Hispanics and Latinos has dropped to a record 3.9% in September. This smashed the previous record of 4.2% in August and broke previously held records from earlier in year. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)...

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Nevada Democrat Party Scraps Virtual Voting Plan For 2020 Primary, Try To Blame It On Republicans

Nevada Democrat Party Scraps Virtual Voting Plan For 2020 Primary, Try To Blame It On Republicans

Last week, the Democrat party decided to end plans to hold their primary voting in 2020 by tele-caucus. This would mean voters could pick their presidential nominee by phone. Party leaders released a memo that the dial-in voting plan was not "secure...

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