Independent auditors concluded Tesla Motors Inc. met all conditions for tax abatements and credits during the eight months after lawmakers approved the perks in a special 2014 legislative session.
Gov. Brian Sandoval sealed the deal Saturday to bring a $1 billion electric car manufacturing plant to North Las Vegas after Nevada lawmakers gave final approval.
A package of bills that will bring electric car maker Faraday Future to Apex in Southern Nevada crawled toward approval Friday in the Nevada Legislature, but the special session to get the $1 billion auto plant deal finalized will continue at least one more day.
State lawmakers Thursday dissected details of two bills that would give Faraday Future hundreds of millions of dollars in tax credits and abatements, and establish a workforce training program to prepare Nevadans to work at the electric car maker’s $1 billion assembly plant proposed for the Apex industrial site in Southern Nevada.
Nevada lawmakers convened in special session late Wednesday and took care of procedural business before recessing for the night, all in preparation to consider tax breaks for electric car start-up Faraday Future.
Gov. Brian Sandoval late Tuesday issued a proclamation calling the Nevada Legislature into session beginning at 5 p.m. Wednesday to consider a package of tax incentives to bring the startup electric car manufacturer Faraday Future to Southern Nevada.
Gov. Brian Sandoval on Monday said he was still finalizing a proclamation to call a special session of the Legislature into session to review a package of tax abatements and credits to bring the electric car manufacturer Faraday Future to Southern Nevada.
Clark County commissioners started initial discussion Tuesday about a proposal that would allow movie theaters inside resorts in unincorporated areas of the county to sell alcoholic beverages.
A state lawmaker involved in the drafting of a bill directing state regulators to adopt a new rate class for rooftop solar customers said solar industry officials are trying to circumvent legislative intent by asking that an existing net metering policy be maintained until the new tariff is established.
Two bills backed by the Nevada sports betting industry that could lead to an increase in the $3.9 billion already wagered annually in the state’s sports books were signed into law by Gov. Brian Sandoval.