Oh, for the days of 2004. When jobs were abundant. When voters had enough confidence in the security of their income to support tax increases for targeted purposes.
Lawmakers made good progress in the first week of the Legislature analyzing his proposed budget, Gov. Brian Sandoval said in an interview Friday.
CARSON CITY - When it comes to a business tax in Nevada, there are sure things and there are rolls of the dice. The sure thing: If the Legislature refuses to adopt the Nevada State Education Association's 2 percent business margins tax in the next...
Republican Gov. Brian Sandoval is proposing using alternative tax revenues to support more than $50 million in general obligation bonds the state wants to issue to pay for significant infrastructure improvements.