A complete fabrication clearly intended to embarrass me while hiding their own violation of individual rights.
It's pretty obvious that we showed fiscal restraint here in Nevada when we had a $300 million bipartisan tax rebate.
When you've got the Republican governor of Colorado running around the state asking voters to suspend their TABOR law, and they're talking about privatizing their higher ed system because they can't afford it, it shows it's one of those things that would have a significant negative impact on public safety and education in Nevada.
I believe it would be a necessary thing. Fuel is not going to go down.
I think that Nevadans want their government to do what it is supposed to do -- keep people safe and educate them -- and we won't have the tools to do those things if one or both of these initiatives pass.
I didn't think we had an incident (Thursday) until I read their statement.
That's not a lot of money. It's a big truck, and they do have to pay to dump it somewhere.
[In a statement, Desert Springs officials said they were] disappointed and concerned ... actually barged onto a patient floor trying to make a completely inappropriate political statement in a critical care unit.
At 6:30 a.m. I went in with a bunch of nurses and was there an hour and a half. I told them I did not want to be in an area I was not supposed to be in. We were not being disruptive and I did not even see any patients.