Monday, December 2nd, 2013
The long-running Carrigan case (Carrigan I, that is) may have finally come to an
end. And it's a very good end. After the U.S. Supreme Court threw
out Carrigan's absurd argument that a council member has a First
Amendment free speech right to vote on legislative matters where he is conflicted, the Nevada Supreme Court
concluded that, if a council member chooses not to seek ethics advice
and votes on a matter involving someone with whom he has a special
relationship, he cannot say...