Eat Cake and Get Along

Can’t We All Just Eat Cake and Get Along? 

When Business and Personal Beliefs Collide   by Shannon S. Pierce and Brandi M. Planet   Lately, we cannot go more than a few news cycles without reports of business owners facing media backlash for business decisions that are based on personal beliefs. Whether it’s White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders being asked to…

Question 1, Marsy’s Law, Faces Final Confirmation

Question 1, Marsy’s Law, Faces Final Confirmation

    by Craig A. Ruark   For individuals accused of committing a crime, and those convicted of a crime, the U.S. Constitution and the constitutions of each state has a list of rights afforded to them by law. However, neither the U.S. Constitution nor the constitutions of around a dozen states enumerate strong rights…

The Skinny on Two More Ballot Questions 4

Ballot Question 5 Aims to Increase Voter Registration

  by Craig A. Ruark   To vote or not to vote—that may be the only question if Ballot question 5 passes during the 2018 Nevada election.   Ballot Question 5 asks if Nevada residents support “automatic voter registration” of eligible citizens when they apply for a Nevada Drivers License or make changes to their…

The Skinny on Two More Ballot Questions 8

The Skinny on Two More Ballot Questions

    by Corrine Casanova   Question 2, also known as the “pink tax” and Question 4, the Medical Patient Tax Relief Act will also be on the ballot this November. While neither of them areswirling in controversylike the energy choice and renewable energy initiatives in Questions 3 and 6, there are a few things…