Larry BROWN to appear on the “Eye on NV Politics” talk-show

Larry BROWN to appear on the “Eye on NV Politics” talk-show

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA (February 16, 2015) – – -EYE ON NEVADA POLITICS proudly announces that Larry Brown Clark County Board of County Commissioner District C is a special guest on Tuesday February 17, 2015 from 8:00pm-9:00pm, PT.

Steve Sanson will be joined by Dana Warner as a guest co-host.

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Larry Brown Clark County Board of County Commissioner District C

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Eye on Nevada Politics”

Established August 2013:

Learn about the Leaders who make decisions that govern our daily lives and shape our standard of living. The non-partisan political Talk-show is hosted by Steve Sanson and will feature interviews by elected officials, candidates and people in leadership.


Each week a new co-host will accompany Steve Sanson.

Call in to ask questions about events, issues and platforms of the guests, host and co-host.

The call-in number is 702.483.4444.

For co-host and guest inquiries contact Steve Sanson by calling 702.283.8088 or writing to

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The views and opinions expressed during the “Eye on Nevada Politics” radio show are those of the host, co-host(s), special guest(s), caller(s), e-mail author(s) and do not represent or reflect the views and opinions of KLAV 1230AM, and Lotus Communications Corp.

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Click onto the link below and see the list of candidates that will be in attendance and our list of sponsors:


Please post your comments to OPPOSE SB 116 today – legislative committee will review comments on Wednesday February 18th.

To comment in person;

Room 2135 of the Legislative Building, 401 S. Carson St., Carson City, NV.

Videoconference to Room 4412 of the Grant Sawyer State Office Building, 555 E. Washington Ave., Las Vegas, NV.

Senate Bill 116 imposes administrative and financial burdens on hospitals, clinics, and physicians who utilize Physician Assistants. SB 166 creates an estimated 5-8 hours of additional redundant documentation requirements for physicians, clinics, and hospitals which is already covered by existing regulations. SB 116 will bottleneck work flow and limit access to care for patients. Please take a moment to post comments to let them know you OPPOSE SB 116.

  1. Last year, the National Governor’s Association advocated for “removing regulatory barriers.” Not creating new ones. Nevada must look to the future so patients have access to care.
  1. American Academy of Physician Assistants, “Six Key Elements of a Modern PA Practice Act” – supervision and charting requirements are best determined at the practice level.
  1. Nevada ranks one of the lowest in the country when it comes to physician availability and retention. “Access to Care”

Thank you for your leadership,

Rick Obringer, PA-C


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