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The genius behind Elizabeth Warren's Medicare-for-All plan
Kudos to Bernie Sanders for focusing the health care debate on Medicare-for-All reform. Kudos to Elizabeth Warren for a very smart plan to get us there. What’s special about the Warren proposal is that it’s not just a health care plan. Warren tackles two critical problems. She fully addresses the problem of the uninsured, and she does so by amplifying her other policies to promote economic equality.
'The tribe has taken over': the Native Americans running Las Vegas's only cannabis lounge
The Tudinu, or “desert people”, from whom the Las Vegas Paiute descend, have lived in southern Nevada for more than 1,000 years, spending summers in the mountains and winters by a valley spring until the area was taken over by white settlers. They worked as ranch hands for several decades, and in 1970, the Las Vegas Paiutes became recognized as a sovereign nation, after which they launched several businesses.
UNLV students to rally in support of DACA amid Supreme Court battle
On Tuesday, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments over whether or not the Trump administration has legal authority to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, which was created during the Obama administration.
Celebrating the Decades: The 70s and the end of the King’s reign
During the 70s, the MGM Hotel was the grandest of them all, but there was a popular novel that would change the way people think of our growing city. However, it’s the end of the King’s reign that many people will never forget.