This week, host Gary Larson and regular contributors David Damore, Elizabeth Thompson, and Conor Shine discuss the recent National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEAO) convention in Las Vegas along with the priorities of this group and the presidential candidates who came to share their vision with attendees. The panel also discuss the recent woes of North Las Vegas mayor, John Lee. They end with a tribute to former Review Journal reporter Laura Myers.
Despite the fact that nearly seventy percent of the earth’s surface is covered in water, it’s still our planet’s most valuable resource. Out here in the Mojave we understand that all too well. With the rapid growth of the Southwest and the mega-drought becoming ever increasing issues, water is on the mind of every resident. Tonight host Gary Larson talks water with former Southern Nevada Water Authority manager, Pat Mulroy. She’s recently taken a job at the Brookings Institution with the goal of making this precious resource everyone’s priority.
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