Community Organizing in Nevada

Nevadans for the Common Good, Community Organizing in Nevada, Organizing in Las Vegas Valley, Robert Hoo, elder care, sex-trafficking

Nevadans for the Common Good Credited with Improving Future

Saturday, June 21, 2014
Las Vegas Review Journal

There’s an army in town, gathering momentum since the recession.

Its mission: the training of leaders for participation in public life. And, while this army may not be fighting a holy war, it has been turning heads with victories that promise a better future for the valley. Read more about Nevadans for the Common Good Credited with Improving Future

Nevadans for the Common Good

Community Organizing in Nevada, Nevada IAF, Immigration, ICE detentions, Congressional Hearing, Robert Hoo

Nevada Leaders Big Players in Immigration Congressional Hearing

Monday, March 24, 2014
Las Vegas Review Journal &Las Vegas Sun

Representing Nevadans for the Common Good, a coalition of local faith-based groups, [Bishop Joseph] Pepe questioned whether some people are being detained simply to meet the daily bed quota for immigrants in detention.  “Immigration procedures and laws are applied unevenly and often are not filling prosecutorial priorities,” he said. Read more about Nevada Leaders Big Players in Immigration Congressional Hearing

Nevadans for the Common Good

Community Organizing in Nevada, Sex Trafficking, Social Justice, Saul Alinsky

Nevada Governor Signs Anti Sex Trafficking Bill into Law

Thursday, June 6, 2013
Las Vegas Review Journal

Any pimps out there? Keep your hands off young girls and boys or you might be sent to prison for a long time.  Gov. Brian Sandoval on Thursday signed Assembly Bill 67 to create the new crime of sex trafficking. Read more about Nevada Governor Signs Anti Sex Trafficking Bill into Law

Nevadans for the Common Good

Sex Trafficking, Neighborhood, Criminal Justice, Community Organizing in Nevada, Community Organizing in Vegas, AB67

Las Vegas Outsiders Learn to Play Inside Game

Friday, February 15, 2013
Las Vegas Sun

David and his wife, Barbara Paulsen, are part of a group of about 40 volunteers flying and driving to the state capital, where they will lobby the Legislature to toughen the state’s sex-trafficking laws. They want to make it easier to prosecute violent pimps and impose stiffer penalties while helping victims of the Las Vegas sex trade get treatment... Read more about Las Vegas Outsiders Learn to Play Inside Game

Nevadans for the Common Good