All posts tagged "Ross Miller"

  • Business
    Approved Tax Breaks Pave Way For Apple’s Move To Reno

    (Sean Whaley/Nevada News Bureau) – The state Board of Economic Development unanimously signed off on...

  • Politics
    SOS Ross Miller Opened Door that Allows Democrats Not to Disclose Expenditures

    (Las Vegas, NV) – Secretary of State Ross Miller is all a twitter that certain Democrat Legislators are not declaring all their expenses in their Contribution and Expense Reports. Assemblywomen Debbie Smith (D – Sparks) and Lucy Flores (D – Las Vegas) and Assemblyman David Bobzien (D – Reno) all admitted in...

  • Business
    SoS Ross Miller: “Our Services Aren’t Worth Your Money”

    (Geoffrey Lawrence/NPRI) – Okay…so maybe it’s not an exact quote, but that’s certainly what I got out of Secretary of State Ross Miller’s comments to the Las Vegas Sun today. Miller is complaining that home-based businesses aren’t paying their “fair share” and should be forced to pay $200 annually for the privilege...

  • Government
    Nevada Legacy Miller Failing When It Comes To Doing His Job

    (Fred Weinberg/The Penny Press) – Nevada Secretary of State Ross Miller seems intent on using his constitutional office, which is largely ministerial in nature, to feather his political nest and future. This is not an unusual state of affairs since we have, in the past, tweaked now Senator Dean Heller for doing...

  • Politics
    Nevada Candidate Reporting Catches Up To The Electronic Age

    (Sean Whaley/Nevada News Bureau) – Starting with the annual campaign contribution and expense reports due Jan. 17, elected officials and candidates must now file their information electronically with the Secretary of State’s office. State lawmakers say they have not heard of any major concerns with the new requirements from their colleagues. Sen....

  • Politics
    Recall Threatens SoS Miller’s Days In Office

    NN&V Exclusive (Lori Piotrowski) –Clark County residents got their collective heads thwacked by SoS Ross Miller and Deputy SoS Scott Gilles in December at two public hearings for feedback on Regulations R111-11 and R124-11, both of which were approved by the Democrat-heavy committee. Conservative voters are not happy, and it appears that...

  • Politics
    In Scrooge-like Move, SoS Miller Schedules Election Law Hearing For December 23

    NN&V Exclusive (Lori Piotrowski) – On December 12, citizens from Las Vegas up to Reno stood up to voice their objections to Secretary of State Ross Miller’s attempts to rewrite election law. And on the 16th, Clark County Republicans resoundingly objected to what they view as maltreatment in a press release. In...

  • Politics
    Clark County Republican Party Rebukes SoS Miller’s Attacks On Citizens

    (Las Vegas, NV) – In the wake of widespread disapproval of his proposed amendments to election regulations, Democrat Secretary of State Ross Miller has responded to criticism of flaws in these amendments by blaming others and attacking critics in a press release issued by his office. It is ironic that the Secretary...

  • Government
    Nevada Home-based Businesses Send Out SOS Against SoS

    NN&V Exclusive (Chuck Muth) – If elected officials really want to stimulate the economy and create jobs,...

  • Politics
    SoS Shakedown Driving Businesses, Bucks Away

    (Michael Chamberlain/Nevada Business Coalition) – Another day, another innocent casualty of Secretary of State Ross Miller’s attack on home-based businesses. But the real victims may Nevada’s businesses and taxpayers. Donna Mitchell is a 71-year old woman who has four small businesses that she operates out of her Florida home. These home-based businesses...

  • Government
    Ross Miller vs. …Ross Miller?

    (Michael Chamberlain/Nevada Business Coalition) – As Secretary of State Ross Miller embarked on his crusade against businesses claiming the home-based exemption, his office issued a press release discussing the efforts. In it, Miller lashed out at an organization that has had the unmitigated gall to challenge the new requirements. He said, “We’ve...

  • Business
    Secretary of State Squeezes Small Business With New Regs

    (Michael Chamberlain/Nevada Business Coalition) – Just like two oarsmen in a boat rowing in opposite directions, far too often government seems to be working against itself. Elected officials talk about promoting job creation and enticing companies to Nevada. At the same time they pass laws and impose regulations that make it more...

  • Government
    State To Reimburse Counties For Costs Of Special CD2 Election

    (Sean Whaley/Nevada News Bureau) – The Board of Examiners today approved a request for more than half a million dollars from a legislative contingency fund to pay the counties for the cost of the Sept. 13 special election in the 2nd Congressional District. The board, made up of Gov. Brian Sandoval, Attorney...