Host: Sam Shad Guests: Thomas Schwenk, Dean of the University of Nevada School of Medicine, UNR Pundits: Tray Abney, Managing Partner, Abney Tauchen Group Elisa Cafferata, Principal, Cafferata & Co. Mylan Hawkins, Vice Pres. Interface Computer Assoc
Host: Paul Enos, CEO, Nevada Trucking Association Guests: Tom Cargill, Professor of Economics, University of Nevada Pundits: Chris Wicker, Former State Democratic Party Vice Chair/Member DNC Eric Herzik, Political Science Professor, UNR Marsha Berkbigler, Washoe County Commissioner
"This guy, Lance Gilman, has been doing everything he can to try to threaten the attorney general for months, whether it is sending messengers to try and intimidate the attorney general, or trying to force action from the top law enforcement officer of the state, without even a proper investigation, which now has been done. It is literally appalling what Lance Gilman has been up to this entire year and I believe it is extortionary." Robert Uithoven, Adam Laxalt's campaign consultant
"There are 75,000 metric tons of nuclear waste. At three loads a week via trains or trucks on our freeways, going through over 44 states and 300 counties, it will take 50 years to transport it. So don't tell me that within that 50 years, there is not going to be some kind of accident." Rep. Jacky Rosen
"Some have argued that he (Kavanaugh) is one of the best legal minds to come before the U.S. Senate in a generation and it is just too bad to see this dog-and-pony show that is going on." U.S. Sen. Dean Heller
"Why should the hard-working families and their tax breaks and more money in their pockets be temporary when everybody else's is permanent?. That is my concern." Sen. Catherine Cortez-Masto on the Trump tax cuts.
"This potentially affects every single employee and business in Nevada. I think we should take a step back, do a bigger picture risk assessment and in the meantime, let's keep the status quo." Ira Victor, on DETR's new policy about businesses sending sensitive employee information to DETR via the DETR website
"There is a hotel right across the street from the (Las Vegas) convention center and they want to make it a marijuana-friendly hotel because these people from California that come here for tech conventions, they all smoke dope." State Sen. Tick Segerblom, D-LV