Three Congressmen are launching a new drive to reform the nation's
immigration laws. We look at their proposals and what possible obstacles
there might be with local activists and a long-time critic of plans to grant
any legal status to undocumented workers.
The Homeland Security Secretary joins us to talk about terrorism and how
much of a threat it remains for resort destinations. We also talk about the
ways to understand "terrorism" and the policy differences between this
administration and the previous administration that created the Department
of Homeland Security.
The big count is less than a year away and the Census Bureau is gearing up to ensure a full and accurate count. But there is opposition in some libertarian minds and minorities claim that they are chronically undercounted.
Well, it's not quite April 15 but there are tax benefits in the stimulus package and the largest of all - the first time home buyer credit- has less than two months to run. IRS spokesman Raphael Tulino joins us to answer tax
And while we're thinking about taxes, we meet Internal Revenue Service Special Agent in charge of criminal investigations, Paul Camacho. He tells us about the mortgage fraud, cash transactions, money laundering and tax dodging that's rampant in a cash-based economy like Las Vegas.
Dr. John Ruckdeschel is a leading researcher on lung cancer and led the Karmanos Cancer Institute in Detroit before taking up the reins at the
Nevada Cancer Institute, where he's now chief executive officer.
First, President Barack Obama will be outlining his health care reform plans tonight but what will they mean for Southern Nevada? Professor Chris Cochrane of
UNLV joins us to explain what would happen in Southern Nevada if the
President's plan is enacted.
Then, Hispanics played a large part in the 2008 presidential election.
President Obama has called on the nation's students to take responsibility
for their own education. But how hard is that in a large school district
like Clark County? Can students excel without the resources and language
skills they need to succeed? Local education experts explain what is
needed to succeed and John L.
Summerlin doctor Richard Chudacoff has sparked a minor rebellion in the medical profession. He hopes to have a million physicians marching on the
Washington Mall October 1 to wrest health care back from the insurance
companies and lawyers.