LCV Action Fund Endorses Ruben Kihuen for Congress

Press Release | March 10, 2016 WASHINGTON, D.C.—The League of Conservation Voters (LCV) Action Fund, which works to elect candidates who will implement sound environmental policies, announced today its endorsement of State Senator Ruben Kihuen for Congress (NV-4). Kihuen has a strong track record of leadership on environmental issues, including support for advancing the clean energy […]

Clean energy is vital to our state’s success

By Pat Spearman | March 10, 2016 Two things should be crystal clear to Nevada policymakers this year: climate change is real, and climate change represents the single best economic development opportunity for Nevada since we legalized gambling in 1931. That’s why I was so disappointed to see the Nevada attorney general, Adam Laxalt, involve our […]

Net loss: Nevada’s rep continues to take a beating

By Dennis Myers | March 10, 2016 If Nevada officials hoped the national impact of torpedoing the state’s net metering policies would die down, it appears not to be happening. Business and environmental media are folding the Nevada dispute into other stories, and new developments continue to unfold. Some of that coverage has been devastating […]

Drought deniers drew drought dollars

By Dennis Myers | March 10, 2016 Nevada ranchers have been collecting drought relief payments while attacking federal officials for saying there is a drought, according to an investigative reporting site. Last June, ranchers in Lander County drove cattle onto public lands that had been closed because of the drought. The Bureau of Land Management, […]