CARSON CITY — A conservative watchdog organization contended Monday that Assembly Speaker Barbara Buckley’s bill to reduce foreclosures will lead to lenders charging higher interest rates, pricing more people out of homes.
CARSON CITY — Conservative Republicans, banks and almost everyone else expressed tentative support Wednesday for Assembly Speaker Barbara Buckley’s bill to lessen the foreclosure crisis in Nevada.
CARSON CITY — Assembly Speaker Barbara Buckley introduced a bill Monday that she estimates could reduce the number of foreclosures of owner-occupied homes in Nevada by about 12,970.
Let the reckoning begin.
The Democrats who control the state Legislature, under pressure to come up with alternatives to the governor’s unpopular budget proposals, presented an agenda Thursday for the legislative session. Assembly Speaker Barbara Buckley and Senate Majority Leader Steven Horsford put forward plans to prevent home foreclosures, create “green” jobs and embark on an intensive budget-building process that includes long-term fiscal planning.
Thomas Mitchell’s blog
The Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce is stepping up its decades-long efforts to reform the state’s public employees’ retirement and benefits programs, which have a combined $10.3 billion unfunded liability.