Stephen Miller In The News

Associated Press
Just as international migration soared in other states, it dropped precipitously in Nevada. Clark County, home to the tourist-magnet city of Las Vegas, saw a decrease of 58%, the biggest among counties where a half-million or more people live, Census Bureau figures show.
Las Vegas Review-Journal En Español
Casi 158 mil personas se reubicaron en Nevada desde California desde 2020, lo que representa el 43 por ciento de todos los nuevos residentes del Estado de Plata durante los últimos cuatro años, según datos del Departamento de Vehículos Motorizados de Nevada (DMV).
Las Vegas Review Journal
Nearly 158,000 people relocated to Nevada from California since 2020, making up 43 percent of all new residents to the Silver State during the past four years, according to data from the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles.
K.N.P.R. News
The pandemic hit Nevada hard, but it eventually eased and the state came back to life economically, just not as fast as the rest of the country. Though our unemployment rate is one of the highest in the country, it’s still around 5%, which economists have long said amounts to full employment. What’s hurting is inflation combined with a very low rate of wage growth.
The European Conservative
In Part I of this article, I showed how economic growth has slowly declined in all major industrialized economies. I did my review based on 20 countries from around the world, including Australia and Japan, but the GDP growth problem is most pervasive in Europe.
Yahoo!
When President Biden flies into Nevada on Monday and to Arizona the following day, he’s likely to compliment the West’s natural beauty, pay homage to the unmatched political power of the Culinary Workers Union and nod to local Democratic elected officials.
Los Angeles Times
When President Biden flies into Nevada on Monday and to Arizona the following day, he’s likely to compliment the West’s natural beauty, pay homage to the unmatched political power of the Culinary Workers Union and nod to local Democratic elected officials. Another truth about his visit to the two Southwestern states may remain unspoken: Though together they are home to only about 3% of the U.S. population, Arizona and Nevada are expected to have an outsize influence on the outcome of the 2024 presidential race.
K.L.A.S. T.V. 8 News Now
Nevada remains stuck at 5.3% unemployment despite job growth statistics that suggest there’s plenty of work out there. Why hasn’t the state’s unemployment rate returned to pre-pandemic levels, when it was around 3.6%? That was the lowest it had been since 1976, and it was roughly equal to the national average just before the COVID-19 lockdown four years ago.