Former governors Bob List and Richard Bryan led Nevada during an era of unprecedented growth and economic prosperity. They look back with us on how the state has changed during the last 30 years, and where we are going next.
Partisan gridlock has become a way of life in Washington. The Senate holds meaningless votes as each side tries to trap the other into some damaging vote on taxes or Medicare that can be used as ammunition in the next campaign. Is this just polticis as usual, or is gridlock particularly bad these days?