Officer’s Bail Cut
December 25, 2008 - 10:00 pm
Gov. Lombardo made education a priority in his first few months in office, his calendar obtained through a public records request shows.
The Memorial Day ceremony on Monday attracted hundreds to the Southern Nevada Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Boulder City.
Lawmakers, officials and the public heard the ins and outs of the Athletics’ stadium financing bill during a six-hour meeting.
Because of increases in fatal crashes during the span between Memorial Day and Labor Day, the summer months are considered the “100 Deadliest Days of the Year” on U.S. roadways.
A battle between Republican Gov. Joe Lombardo and Democratic legislative leadership centered around the state’s budget casts a long shadow over the work left for lawmakers before June 5.
About 50,000 people were expected at Lake Mead, which is outside Las Vegas, over this Memorial Day weekend.
The public will have their first in-person shot Monday to chime in on the Oakland Athletics’ ballpark financing bill.
The compromise includes spending cuts but risks angering some lawmakers as they take a closer look at the concessions. Biden told reporters at the White House upon his return from Delaware that he was confident the plan will make it to his desk.
Some of the earliest objections are coming from the most conservative members of Congress, particularly members of the hardline House Freedom Caucus that often clashes with GOP leadership.
With the outlines of a deal in place, legislation could be drafted and shared with lawmakers in time for votes early next week in the House and later in the Senate.