Live And Local With Kevin Wall 03/08/13: Five Star Schools, The United States Postal Service, And The Wall-To-Wall Free For All
Is the Clark County School District School Performance Frame weighted to make schools look better than they actually preform?
State Senate Republican leaders are lining up behind Governor Brian Sandoval’s call to expand Medicaid eligibility for Nevada’s poorest residents.
A conservative think tank is opposed to expanding Medicaid in Nevada.
The Nevada Supreme Court has decided that a proposed Las Vegas-area property tax increase to benefit schools will be on the November ballot.
Victor Joeckes is the Communication Director at the Nevada Policy Research Institute (NPRI) and he talks about the Nevada Supreme Court hearing regarding their appeal that challenges a lower court’s decision to uphold the state’s Open Meeting Law.
The Clark County School District has won a round over a ballot question that calls for higher property taxes. District Judge Valorie Vega has allowed the school district to keep the measure on the November ballot.
Kyle Gills is an Investigative Reporter at the Nevada Policy Research Institute (NPRI) and talks about how the City of Las Vegas will consider a proposal banning food trucks from operating 300 feet from restaurants.
Mason Harrison is the Nevada Communications Director For Mitt Romney and he talks about the tour bus making a stop in the valley today.
Geoff Lawrence is the Deputy Policy Director at the Nevada Policy Research Institute and he responds to a new 2 percent margins-tax that will help pay for education.
Annoula Wlyderich is a local animal activist and she gives us an update about Onion the dog .