After poring line-by-line over cuts proposed by Nevada state agencies, Republicans and Democratic lawmakers largely agree on one thing: They need more relief dollars from the federal government to stem a projected $1.2 billion budget deficit.
Nevada’s Assembly members heard public comment from dozens of state employees as they considered AB1, which addresses pay cuts and furloughs.
The Nevada Senate on Saturday discussed a bill that would bring in funds from mining and transportation to help address a $1.15 billion budget shortfall.
By SAM METZ AP/Report for America CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — Nevada lawmakers pumped…
Nevada will be facing a $1.2 billion budget shortfall in the upcoming fiscal year because of impacts from COVID-19.
Nevada lawmakers painstakingly approved millions of dollars of unforeseen virus-related spending, reluctantly slashed millions in funding.
Republicans are closely watching the outcome of Tuesday’s primary in Nevada’s 4th and 31st Assembly districts, which they hope to flip as the party looks to try and regain the majorities in both houses in November.
The Right to Know Nevada coalition is calling on Nevada Senate Majority Leader Nicole Cannizzaro and Assistant Majority Leader Julia Ratti to allow a vote on SB287, which would increase transparency in government by strengthening Nevada’s Public Records Act.
Nevada State Senate Republicans announced on Saturday their plan to enhance education funding for the next two years.