A divided Supreme Court ruled Monday that some companies with religious objections can avoid the contraceptives requirement in President Obama’s health care overhaul, the first time the high court has declared that businesses can hold religious views under federal law.
Some immediate fixes can address problems that are becoming evident as provisions of the new law take effect.
Wilbur Faiss, Nevada’s oldest former state legislator, has died. Faiss passed away Saturday in Carson City, where he had been hospitalized for three weeks. He was 102.
CBS LAS VEGAS – Live and Local with Kevin Wall, Thursday, October 31st. Hour 1: Wayne Allyn Root, political commentator, tells us why he believes President Obama should not only be impeached, but thrown in […]
Congressmen Joe Heck talks about the government shutdown. Heck says he expects resolution soon.
Larry Harrison, Employee Benefits Specialist with National Healthcare Access joins the show to talk about ObamaCare fraud.
Pit reporter for the NASCAR Nationwide Series and Sprint Cup Series on ESPN and ABC, Jamie Little joins the show to tell us about the Clint Bowyer “cheating” scandal. She was the first to interview Boyer after the incident.
Annette Magnus, Executive Director of Progress Now Nevada joins the show to talk about the fast food businesses minimum wages. Magnus tells us how exactly how to make these Fortune 500 companies raise their entry level employees pay.
NAACP Missouri Chapter President Mary Ratliff tells KXNT that its an outrage
The President of “True The Vote,” Catherine Englebright gives us more detail about her organization’s recent findings of voter fraud. True The Vote is calling for investigations in both Florida and Maryland.