CARSON CITY — They may resort to bubble gum, bandages and baling wire to cover the state’s $341.7 million shortfall when they meet in a special session Monday, but legislators are determined to carry out their constitutional duty to balance the state budget — and quickly leave town.
CARSON CITY — Gov. Jim Gibbons said Friday he has reached an agreement with legislative leaders on a bipartisan plan to handle state government’s $341.7 million budget deficit without laying off workers or cutting essential services.
CARSON CITY — From the monumental to mundane, lawmakers have a lot on their minds for the 2009 session, a list of bills released on Tuesday would suggest.
The notebook sure filled up with small stuff during the crammed 12-hour special session last week. So I’ll dump out some of the more interesting items that didn’t make it online or into my Sunday column. First, here are three “You Know You’re in Carson City When … ” items.
CARSON CITY — Seven bills passed in a one-day special session of the Legislature were signed into law Monday by Gov. Jim Gibbons.
CARSON CITY — In 12 hours Friday we got a daunting glimpse into the future of the state’s health.