In The News: The Lincy Institute

Las Vegas Review Journal
November 28, 2022

Everyone deserves the dignity that comes with having a place to call home — a safe harbor that shelters and nourishes. But, unfortunately, a growing number of Nevadans are being priced out of the housing market, and this is true for both renters and homeowners. With interest rates on the rise, many simply cannot make mortgage payments pencil, nor do they have the required savings for a down payment. And with housing shortages, renters are facing escalating payments that are out of reach and unsustainable.

Las Vegas Sun
October 20, 2022

As UNLV works toward establishing an Academic Health Center, it should coordinate with University Medical Center and other nearby partners in the Las Vegas Medical District — Valley Hospital, Desert Radiology, Steinberg Diagnostic, Clinical Simulation Center of Las Vegas and the Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health — for an optimal web of quality care, according to findings from a new economic impact study.

Las Vegas Sun
October 20, 2022

As UNLV works toward establishing an Academic Health Center, it should coordinate with University Medical Center and other nearby partners in the Las Vegas Medical District — Valley Hospital, Desert Radiology, Steinberg Diagnostic, Clinical Simulation Center of Las Vegas and the Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health — for an optimal web of quality care, according to findings from a new economic impact study.

Nevada Independent
October 14, 2022

Although seniority may come with influence, each member of Congress is given just one vote, and Republican candidate Mark Robertson believes that residents of Nevada’s Congressional District 1 may want a change from longtime Democratic Rep. Dina Titus. 

Las Vegas Sun
September 18, 2022

For a particular campaign sign that has popped up across Las Vegas as the midterm elections draw near, the message couldn’t be more clear.

Las Vegas Review Journal
September 2, 2022

Las Vegas resident Dandino Garcia, who recently opened his own restaurant where he serves arepas inspired by his home country of Venezuela, has not seen a lot of the change that politicians have promised.

Vegas PBS
August 26, 2022

We examine trends in political party registration in the Latino community in Southern Nevada and what those patterns could mean for the upcoming midterm elections.

Vegas PBS
August 26, 2022

We examine trends in political party registration in the Latino community in Southern Nevada and what those patterns could mean for the upcoming midterm elections.

Las Vegas Sun
August 12, 2022

The Clark County School Board of the future could add two politically appointed members and a student representative, but the concept of a hybrid board isn’t warmly received by its current members.

Nevada Current
July 1, 2022

As Nevadans struggle to afford rising costs and skyrocketing rents, minimum wage workers will receive a slight bump in their pay.

Nevada Independent
June 16, 2022

America is in the middle of a mental health care crisis. While the COVID-19 pandemic greatly worsened this national crisis, it has been years in the making.

This Is Reno
June 14, 2022

Reno is getting more and more expensive. A report released last week by UNLV shows few people working in the Reno area can afford to live here and pay for monthly mortgage payments – much less rent at current rates.