Las Vegas school district considers teaching 5-year-olds about masturbation

9th Circuit hears oral arguments in 3 same-sex marriage cases

9th Circuit to take up same-sex marriage in Idaho, Nevada, Hawaii

Daughter of mentally challenged Reno woman who was almost forced to abort adopted by grandparents

Nevada GOP drops platforms against abortion, same-sex “marriage”

Pro-life, pro-marriage planks pulled from Clark County GOP platform

9th Circuit to hear Nevada marriage case next month

Where the courts are on Nevada’s marriage amendment

Nevada groups launch push to redefine marriage

Nevada withdraws brief defending its marriage protection amendment

Utah AG joins other states in defending Nevada’s ban same-sex “marriage”

Nevada Supreme Court incumbents usually draw no opponents

Four Republican Senators Haven’t Co-Sponsored Late-Term Abortion Ban

Reno City Council Asked to Resume Opening Prayer

Nevada GOP Senator Backs ENDA, 60 vote threshold met

Surrogate mother can argue for parental rights, Nevada Supreme Court rules

Homeowners Sue Police For Violating The Little-known Third Amendment

    Ken Klukowski at Breitbart: Police arrested the Mitchell family in Nevada when the family refused to let the police take over their houses to observe the Mitchells’ neighbors. The Mitchells have sued the City of Henderson and various police officials, claiming among other things that the police violated their rights under the Third Amendment to the Constitution.


  • Posted: 07/08/2013
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“Ten states to tackle gay marriage next” | NBC

Nevada Assembly approves resolution to redefine marriage

9th Circuit: Swinger blocked from operating Vegas sex club gets another day in court

Nevada resolution to redefine marriage heads to Assembly floor

Nevada Assembly approves addition of gender identity to hate crimes bill

NV: Will city council prayer still separate church from state?

Senate Committee Approves 3 Judicial Nominees

Nevada Senate advances measure to redefine marriage

Nevada Senate to vote on redefining marriage today

NV Senate Panel Narrowly Votes to Redefine Marriage on Party Line

Nevada Bill Would Expand Sports Gambling In State

ACLU challenges Nevada “infamous crime against nature” statute

Nev. Federal Judge Nominee Withdraws Amid Impasse

Major Push To Get Christians To Voting Booth: 12 states ID’d as key to restoring Judeo-Christian heritage

Petition filed with SCOTUS in NV marriage litigation | Dale Carpenter at the Volokh Conspiracy

Federal court upholds Nevada’s authority to protect marriage | Comment by Jim Campbell

“Appeal Vowed in Nevada Same-Sex Marriage Ruling”

Nevada federal court rejects challenge to marriage

Brothel owner who employs 80 prostitute wins election as county commissioner in Nevada… and he’s a Republican

Nevada Court Chooses Life | One News Now

NV: Judge Rules Against Forcing Mentally Disabled Woman’s Abortion

‘End this pregnancy and tie her tubes,’ says doctor in forced abortion trial: transcript

Nevada Supreme Court Allows Hearings In Abortion Case

NV: Court Will Hear Emergency Appeal to Stop Potential Forced Abortion

NV State Supreme Court must decide, ‘Who’s your Mama?’

Nevada Judge Seeks Go-ahead In Abortion Case

Court May Force Mentally Disabled Nevada Woman to Have Abortion

Marriage challenged legislatively and judicially in Nevada

    UPI: Assemblyman Elliot Anderson, D-Las Vegas, will introduce a bill in the 2013 Assembly to overrule an amendment to the state Constitution limiting marriage to one man and one woman, and a November hearing in a Reno, Nev., federal court will address eight same-sex couples who assert every citizen has a right to marry, the Las Vegas Sun reported Thursday.


  • Posted: 09/06/2012
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  • Category: Marriage & Family
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US Supreme Court Justice Scalia visiting Vegas

Lesbian couple in Henderson upset that hospital requires power of attorney

    Las Vegas Review Journal: When Leon, 26, checked into Spring Valley Hospital on July 20 with complications in her pregnancy, she assumed that her partner Simonelli, 41, could make any necessary medical decisions if she suffered unforeseen problems. But that’s not what happened, they said. An admissions officer told them the hospital policy required gay partners to secure power of attorney before making any medical decisions for each other.


  • Posted: 08/21/2012
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  • Category: Marriage & Family
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How Did Harry Reid Get Rich? His career in public service has ended up being remarkably lucrative.

    National Review: Try this thought experiment. Imagine that someone grows up in poverty, works his way through law school by holding the night shift as a Capitol Hill policeman, and spends all but two years of his career as a public servant. Now imagine that this person’s current salary — and he’s at the top of his game — is $193,400. You probably wouldn’t expect him to have millions in stocks, bonds, and real estate.


  • Posted: 08/15/2012
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Federal court to hear challenge to Nevada marriage

Domestic partners push for marriage in Nevada

NV: Email blast to teachers infuriates union, sparking threat of lawsuit

Labor union limits focus to 8 battleground states

“Gay candidates win primaries in Nevada, Maine”

Ron Paul nabs Nevada delegates from Romney

“High Price of Foreclosure: Your Marriage”

Nevada Joins Millions Answering the Call to Prayer May 3

Federal lawsuit challenges Nevada marriage definition, state domestic partnership law cited

NV: Pro-Life group pulls initiative petition, will back ‘personhood’ initiative

Nevada Senate: Heller (R) 47%, Berkley (D) 40% | Rasmussen

Ron Paul Supporters Object To Religious Limits For Participating In Late Nevada Caucus

Challenge To Nevada’s Limit On Who Can Perform Marriages Moves Ahead

Judge prohibits gathering of signatures on NV Personhood Amendment

NV: Carson Judge Rules Personhood Initiative Petition Can Go Forward

Backers of abortion ban in Nevada still pushing forward

Iowa officially picks Jan. 3 for caucuses

ACLU and Planned Parenthood File Lawsuit to challenge Nevada Personhood ballot initiatives

ACLU Challenges Nevada Religion Requirement to Conduct Marriages

GOP coasts to victory in Nevada race

‘Sister Wives’ Family To Challenge Utah’s Anti-Bigamy Law In Federal Court

    NPR (includes audio): The latest episode in Sister Wives is playing out in the courtroom, not on cable. On Wednesday, the Brown family — the husband, four wives, and 16 children who star in the reality TV show — plans to file a lawsuit in federal court in Utah. The family members say the state’s anti-bigamy law is unconstitutional and that Supreme Court precedent backs them up.


  • Posted: 07/13/2011
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