Attorney General Laxalt announces grand jury indictment of five individuals for Elder Exploitation and Telemarketing Scam

(Office of the Attorney General) - LAS VEGAS, NV – Nevada Attorney General Adam Paul Laxalt announced that Marshall Damar Broussard, 35, Michael Lamonta Dies, 34, Emmanuel D. Ford, 39, Michael Ford, 34 and Robert Earl Moore, Jr., 50, all of Arizona, were indicted by a Clark County grand jury on six … [Read more...]

AG opens another front in fight against EPA water grab

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(Thomas Mitchell) - Earlier this month, the Environmental Protection Agency issued its final rule to “clarify” what water is covered by the Clean Water Act of 1972, which originally was intended to limit pollution of navigable waterways. The clarification puts nearly every stream, ditch, wetland or … [Read more...]

The IRS should back off changing gaming rules

IRS should back off changing gaming rules

(Thomas Mitchell) - The Internal Revenue Service is pondering new rules regarding tax reporting by casinos — including tracking player rewards and loyalty card programs and lowering the threshold for reporting electronic jackpots from $1,200 to $600. At a hearing in Washington this past week … [Read more...]

Attorney General Laxalt files suit challenging Federal overreach in new “Waters of the United States” Rule

(Office of the Attorney General) - CARSON CITY – Today, Nevada Attorney General Adam Paul Laxalt filed suit on behalf of Nevada challenging the new federal “Waters of the United States” rule. Nevada joins a bipartisan coalition of 13 states suing to invalidate the rule. The new rule would expand … [Read more...]

U.S. Supreme Court: Victory for Virginia property owner in sign fight

(Institute for Justice) - ARLINGTON, VA — In an important decision at the intersection of free speech and property rights, the U.S. Supreme Court today vacated a 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals judgment that had allowed the city of Norfolk, VA, to suppress a banner protesting the government’s … [Read more...]