Dear Readers of Nevada's Washington Watch,
Our site was experiencing some problems that caused the corruption of our
September issue. That is why for the past week or so we have had to re-post
the July/August issue. I figured it was best to give you all something to read
while Jay solved things.
Since this is taking a bit longer than anticipated, we have opted to remove
this old issue as many of you are wondering where September "went."
I am happy to report that the October issue will be up soon and it's looking
to be a Fantastic issue, with Frank X. Mullen's cover on the growing crisis of
Nevada's childhood obesity; Jennifer R Baumer's look at domestic violence and
Mary Manning's must-read update on the drought that is seriously drying up not
only Nevada but also so much
of the West. We have great guest editorials coming from Margo Wootan of the
DC-based Center for Science in the Public Interest on how best to solve the
obesity situation among our kids; a first-ever exclusive piece from the
Southern Nevada Water Authority's leader John Entsminger (longtime readers
know we've had many, many opinion pieces from his predecessor Patricia Mulroy
and we are excited to post Mr. Entsminger thoughts on water concerns facing
the state and what he believes the federal government could be doing to help
solve them); and a man who is among our readers top-sought writer, Larry
Matheis, former Executive Director of the Nevada State Medical Association,
on whether or not health care reform is working in a way Nevadans expected.
And there is too much more to tell you about here.
I hope you also always catch Michael Green's timely and thought-provoking
Inside The Beltway column and Jessica Santina's legislation tracker column.
And watch this space soon for our NWW Election Poll Updates, which we plan to
bring to you beginning in 2016.
Thanks much for reading us! We have grown so much over the years and I thank
you for coming to us for your federal news information. We do cover the
federal news that Nevadans care most about. We hope you will tell a friend or
two about us.
Sorry again for the September issue disappearing act. If Jay solves the
problem in the next day or two it will be re-posted. And October is just
around the corner with its great articles, editorials and columns!
All the best and thanks again for reading Nevada's Washington Watch.
PS Feel free to give me your ideas for NWW or my statewide television and
radio show, "Eye On Washington with Marilee Joyce."