August 18, 2023 | Article
Nevada Legislature gives in to corporate lobbyists and abandons the working class
With cash flowing in from all sectors of private business, including landlord associations, working class needs were de-prioritized and often completely rejected during the 2023 Nevada Legislative Session.
April 7, 2021 | Local Issues
Yes, Tax the Mines: Nevadan Lives Depend on It
Since the founding of Nevada, the mines have capitalized, giving back little in reparations to the people of the state they exploit. They prey on the land with little regard to the impact on Indigenous communities and the environment, stuffing their pockets while public services go underfunded
July 30, 2020 | Call to Action
Tell the Legislature: Repeal SB242 to Hold Police Accountable
The global pandemic and rise of the Black Lives Matter movement has created a watershed moment for change. Thousands of Nevadans have taken to the streets to demand an end to racist policing and police violence. Legislators must rise to the occasion during the second special session and act to hold police accountable.