All posts tagged "a.d. hopkins"

  • Government
    Prevailing Wage Law Battle — Been There, Done That

    (Thomas Mitchell/4TH ST8) Geoffrey Lawrence has penned an outstanding column for the Nevada Policy Research Institute website on Nevada’s insanely expensive prevailing wage law, using simple examples of how the taxpayer is gouged by this Depression Era anachronism. His example in the lede of the piece is about how a plumber in Mesquite might...

  • Government
    Judging the Judges: Newspaper Swings for the Benches One More Time

    (Thomas Mitchell/4thst8.wordpress.com/) I’m glad to see the Review-Journal continued the biennial judicial survey, even though the paper apparently is so understaffed (or underexpertised) they had to contract with a reporter/editor they let go this past year in order to pull it off. But A.D. Hopkins, who has been the ramrod for probably...