The expulsion of Assemblyman Steven Brooks was a historic moment in Nevada, and it didn’t come without controversy. Brooks’ expulsion came after weeks of investigation into whether the North Las Vegas Democrat was fit to serve. Las Vegas attorney Mark Ferrario, who was hired as the independent counsel for the special legislative panel selected to review Brooks’ case, put together more than 900 pages of supporting material into Brooks’ troubles. Ferrario presented that material to the seven-member Assembly commission Tuesday night — and that’s where the trouble started. News media outlets from all across the state gathered at the Carson …
Our Opinion: Brooks report should be public knowledge
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