The Clark County School District spent over $13,000 this year to discuss the child sex-education advocacy program that made headlines when it was reported that the district was considering teaching masturbation to Kindergartners.
Carolyn Davis wanted to start a moving company in Las Vegas, but instead got caught in a sting operation by the Nevada Transportation Authority. Davis describes the NTA's rigorous licensing process while a NTA attorney defends it.
Phil Regeski owns P.R. Engineering, a civil engineering and construction services company in Las Vegas. One of Regeski's clients, the Pioneer Saloon, located in the small town of Goodsprings, Nevada, has waited 5 years and spent over $500,000 trying to get construction permits approved by Clark County.
Amy Groves, owner of Nevada's Finest Properties, LLC, a real estate and HOA-management company, has been in business for eight years and pays over 30 different taxes, licenses, and fees each year just to stay in business.
Nevada Journal asked three local doctors about Obamacare and how it affects their practice. The interviews took place on Friday, September 14, 2012 at the Clark County Library, where the three doctors participated in a panel discussion about healthcare sponsored by the 60 Plus Association.
Editor's note: If you are looking for the video on how Obamacare affects doctors, please click here.
On September 5, 2012, the Las Vegas City Council tabled a motion restricting food trucks from parking near downtown restaurants. Nevada Journal asked food truck owners what they thought about the Council's inaction, and how the proposed restrictions could've affected their businesses.
On September 5, the City of Las Vegas will consider a proposal banning food trucks from operating within 300 feet of brick-and-mortar restaurants. Nevada Journal asked food truck employees if they thought this proposal was fair to their businesses.