CARSON CITY — Taxes and tax reform will dominate the 2015 Nevada Legislature when lawmakers convene Feb. 2 and the battle begins over who pays and how much.
CARSON CITY — Assembly Minority Leader Marilyn Kirkpatrick is gearing up for tough tax talk during Nevada’s upcoming legislative session, when lawmakers will debate the wisdom or folly of various plans to fund state government and ambitious education improvements outlined by Republican Gov. Brian Sandoval.
Caesars Foundation has made a three-year commitment – starting with a gift of $200,000 — to the Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health for the development of a brain registry.
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Gov. Brian Sandoval’s grand plan for education reform confronts many of the issues that are giving Nevada a black eye.
Whenever tax reform is discussed in Nevada, as is being done again ahead of the 2015 legislative session, a sales tax on services is bandied about as a possibility.
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Some of today’s community leaders wouldn’t be as successful if they hadn’t had access to an array of educational enrichment, professional development, financial assistance and mentoring resources to aid them through their college years and beyond.
The outlook for the coming year — and years to come — depends greatly on the challenges tackled during the 2015 Legislature.