• Bipartisan think tank launches in Nevada

    Our policy institute reflects the values and work of the late Nevada Governor Kenny Guinn, his knowledge of the state budget, his commitment to education, and his ability to work across party lines.

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  • Addressing Nevada's Mental Health Workforce Shortage

    The Guinn Center offers short and long-term recommendations for addressing Nevada's critical Mental Health Workforce Shortage

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  • Guinn Center Responds to Special Session with Report on Development Incentives

    The Guinn Center provides policy recommendations for the Legislature as they consider development incentives for Tesla Motors.

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  • Reforming Professional Development to Improve Literacy Outcomes in Nevada

    The Guinn Center and Nevada Succeeds analyze current professional development efforts and funding and make recommendations to improve literacy outcomes.

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  • The State of Latinos in the Intermountain West

    The Guinn Center's first major report explores issues facing Latinos and provides a roadmap for the future.

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  • Want to know more about The Education Initiative?

    The Guinn Center conducted an Informational Session on the Margin Tax. Read our Fact Sheet summarizing arguments for and against The Education Initiative.

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Welcome to the Guinn Center for Policy Priorities
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The Guinn Center is a nonprofit, bipartisan, think-do tank focused on independent, fact-based, relevant, and well-reasoned analysis of critical policy issues facing the state of Nevada. The Guinn Center engages policy-makers, experts, and the public with innovative, fact-based research, ideas, and analysis to advance policy solutions, inform the public debate, and expand public engagement.

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Is Nevada pay competitive for psychiatrists and other mental health professions?


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What's On Your Mind

Primer on Public Lands Transfer Process in Nevada

With more than 80 percent of Nevada’s lands under the control and management of the Federal Government, land transactions often require congressional acts for approval. This process can be complex...
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