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  • NRA Reno Campaign Office Grand Opening (Reno NV)

    08/06/2016 5:10:17 AM PDT · by rktman · 10 replies
    nrailafrontlines.com ^ | 8/6/2016 | Unknown
    We are excited to announce the Grand Opening of Reno's NRA Campaign Office! With less than 100 days until election day, the office will serve as our Northern Nevada campaign headquarters where volunteers can make phone calls and campaign material will be dispersed. The NRA is committed to defeating Question 1, and we need all Second Amendment Activist to get involved and "stand up and fight" to defeat Question 1. Please join us on this important day of Monday, August 8th from 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm for our Office Grand Opening. Our office is located on 3502 S Virginia...
  • Most Nevada sheriffs against gun background check initiative

    07/31/2016 9:42:26 AM PDT · by rktman · 10 replies
    thestate.com ^ | 7/31/2016 | KEN RITTER
    Sheriffs in most Nevada counties have come out against a background check initiative that gun control advocates are supporting on the ballot this November, but the top cop in the largest police agency in the state says he'll sit this one out.
  • NRA Launches Website to Protect Nevadans’ Freedoms

    05/12/2016 9:51:24 AM PDT · by rktman · 5 replies
    nraila.org ^ | 5/11/2016 | uniknown
    The National Rifle Association’s Institute for Legislative Action is launching an informational website to stop the Californication of Nevadans’ gun rights. The VoteNoQuestion1 website exposes the truth about how a universal background check would criminalize the commonplace activities of many Nevada gun owners. “The law-abiding gun owners of Nevada need to know that Question 1 would cost them their money and their freedom. It could even criminalize many of their commonplace activities,” said Catherine Mortensen, NRA Spokesperson. “This ballot initiative was bought and paid for by outside gun control groups bent on the Californication of Nevada. Armed with the facts,...
  • Maryland, Maine back gay marriage in breakthrough votes

    11/07/2012 7:23:16 PM PST · by Tolerance Sucks Rocks · 41 replies
    The Washington Times ^ | November 6, 2012 | Cheryl Wetzstein
    Gay marriage advocates cheered victories in voter initiatives in Maryland and Maine on Tuesday night and seemed poised to win in two other states. The votes were first setbacks at the ballot box for opponents of same-sex marriage after more than 30 victories. With 93 percent of the vote counted in Maryland, Ballot Question 6, which legalizes gay marriage in the state, was leading by 52 percent to 48 percent, and supporters were already claiming victory in the heated and expensive battle. “Today the marriage equality map expands to Maryland, giving thousands more loving couples the opportunity to make lifelong...
  • Full speed ahead to tax, toll hikes

    11/13/2008 9:30:00 PM PST · by Tolerance Sucks Rocks · 5 replies · 593+ views
    The Boston Herald ^ | November 13, 2008 | Michael Graham
    If you’re having trouble figuring out what Gov. Deval Patrick’s really trying to do with the Massachusetts Turnpike Authority, just keep in mind the ABC’s of Beacon Hill budgeting: Anything But Cuts. While your wages have likely remained flat the past five years, state government spending has gone up 8 percent each year. During the past year, while the private sector was losing 1.4 million jobs, USA Today reports that state and local governments added 160,000 - the second-fastest growing sector of the economy. So when you hear that Patrick is “getting rid of the Massachusetts Turnpike Authority,” you should...
  • Mass. Rejects Elimination Of State Income Tax

    11/04/2008 6:13:46 PM PST · by raccoonradio · 28 replies · 1,356+ views
    WBZ-TV ^ | 11/04/08 | Steve Leblanc
    BOSTON (AP) ― Massachusetts voters have rejected a call to eliminate the state's income tax. The measure would have cut the 5.3 percent tax rate in half in January, and then killed it completely in January 2010. Supporters argued the best way to cut government waste and overspending was to cut tax revenues by 40 percent or about $12.5 billion. They said it would have saved the average taxpayer about $3,700. But critics, including virtually every elected officials in the state, said the cuts would cripple state services, drive up property taxes, harm the state's credit rating and scare away...