Nevada Clips 10.19.11


  • RJ- SEBELIUS: Mitt Romney still has to sell himself-LINK
  • RJ- Nevada Democrats announce presidential caucuses for Jan. 14-LINK
  • RJ- GOP debate gets personal-LINK
  • RJ- Reid hits Romney on foreclosures-LINK
  • LV Sun- Occupy Las Vegas group seeks county locale for protest site-LINK
  • LV Sun- GOP presidential hopefuls played for the national spotlight not necessarily the Nevada vote-LINK
  • LV Sun- Romney, Cain attacked in ‘Wild West’ GOP presidential debate-LINK
  • LV Sun- Truth Squad: fact-checking the GOP presidential debate-LINK
  • LV Sun- The best zingers from the GOP debate-LINK
  • LV Sun- RALSTON: GOP loved special masters – until they acted-LINK
  • LV Sun- Cain’s 9-9-9 tax plan targeted in GOP debate-LINK
  • LV Sun- National media focuses on Las Vegas debate acrimony-LINK
  • AP- Herman Cain assailed for tax plan in Republican debate in Las Vegas-LINK
  • AP- Social Security recipients to get 3.6 percent more-LINK
  • AP- Taxes emerge as key issue in Republican debate in Las Vegas-LINK
  • RGJ- Washoe agrees it owes the Reno Redevelopment Agency some money-LINK
  • RGJ- Northern Nevada GOP leaders see presidential field narrowing in Silver State-LINK
  • AP- FACT CHECK: Misfires on taxes and more in GOP presidential debate in Vegas-LINK
  • AP- Vegas debate: Romney says foreclosures should “hit the bottom”-LINK
  • AP- GOP candidates spar over border fence during debate in Las Vegas-LINK
  • AP- Vegas GOP debate: Perry, Romney spar over hiring of illegal workers-LINK
  • AP- Las Vegas GOP debate: Michele Bachmann says “Everyone should pay something” in taxes-LINK
  • AP- GOP candidates oppose Yucca Mountain project-LINK
  • AP- Taxes emerge as key issue in Republican debate in Las Vegas-LINK
  • AP- Romney faces criticism — again — on health care-LINK
  • RGJ- Hey, I feel like a rube from Reno covering this presidential debate-LINK
  • AP- Study: Cain tax plan raises taxes on 84 percent of households-LINK
  • RGJ- Latino Chamber official: ‘Almost every Latino is conservative at heart’-LINK
  • RGJ- Washoe County may keep its state senate seat; but will Brower run?-LINK
  • AP- Iowa GOP schedules Jan. 3 presidential caucuses; Nevada still under fire-LINK
  • AP- Democratic group airs pro-health care law ad in NV-LINK


  • LV Sun- Corporate jet owners applaud scrapping $100-a-flight fee-LINK
  • Nevada News Bureau- Nevada AG Masto, 36 Others, Support Nominee To Consumer Finance Protection Bureau-LINK
  • Pahrump Valley Times- Reid secures payment in lieu of taxes-LINK


  • RJ- LETTERS: Land fund vital to conservation, Nevada-LINK
  • RJ- EDITORIAL: Federal pay freeze-LINK
  • RJ- EDITORIAL: School savings-LINK
  • LV Sun- LETTER: Don’t disregard Cain’s candidacy-LINK
  • RGJ- EDITORIAL: Give Cain credit for bringing a plan to the campaign trail-LINK
  • RGJ- LETTER: Bill is boon for unions but a bust for retirees-LINK
  • RGJ- LETTER: Our investment in solar is paying big dividends-LINK
  • RGJ- LETTER: Government spending got us out of depression-LINK
  • RGJ- LETTER: Deregulation of banks led nation into crisis-LINK
  • RGJ- LETTER: The federal plan will be able to meet obligation-LINK
  • RGJ- LETTER: When president fails, so does our country-LINK
  • Lahontan Valley News- EDITORIAL: Redistricting is like a jigsaw puzzle-LINK


  • RJ- An offer not refused-LINK
  • RJ- Plea for rate hike picked apart-LINK
  • RJ- Bank of Nevada holding company sees third-quarter income surge-LINK
  • LV Sun- Nevada bucks trend in unemployment tax rate-LINK
  • LV Sun- Hawaiian manufacturer heading to Las Vegas-LINK
  • Nevada Appeal- Landlord: Tenant set for Safeway site-LINK


  • RJ- Arberry pleads guilty in campaign contributions case-LINK
  • RJ- Clark County OKs benefits for employees’ same-sex domestic partners-LINK
  • RJ- Clark County approves contracts with two unions-LINK
  • RJ- County approves partnership to screen psychiatric treatment for children-LINK
  • RJ- Planned Parenthood challenges proposals designed to end abortion.-LINK
  • RJ- Mulroy named president of national water group-LINK
  • LV Sun- Developer, Henderson city officials move forward on stadium project-LINK
  • LV Sun- Henderson council approves buying new police cars, other vehicles-LINK
  • LV Sun- Nevada woman fighting federal ban on medicinal pot users owning guns-LINK
  • LV Sun- AG asked whether $10 million state fund can be used to entice firms into Nevada-LINK
  • LV Sun- Former Assemblyman Morse Arberry takes plea deal some see as ‘incredibly soft’-LINK
  • AP- Former state lawmaker pleads guilty to misdemeanor fraud charge-LINK
  • LV Sun- Judge threatens to dismiss another Righthaven copyright lawsuit-LINK
  • Nevada Appeal- Nevada briefly-LINK
  • Nevada Appeal- Local briefly Oct. 19-LINK
  • Pahrump Valley Times- County lost 222 people in third quarter of 2011-LINK


  • RGJ- GRAHAM KENT: University plays vital role in earthquake preparedness-LINK


  • Nevada Appeal- ANNE MACQUARIE: Denying climate change: Irresponsible-LINK
  • Pahrump Valley Times- Colorado group spreads fear over Tonopah solar project-LINK
  • Pahrump Valley Times- VEA projects could avert rate hikes, Part 3-LINK
  • Pahrump Valley Times- VEA regulators a mish mash of groups-LINK



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