Gov. Brian Sandoval concedes it could take longer than originally expected before “Nevada will be Nevada again.”
On Monday, the newly elected governor unveils his blueprint on how a state ravaged by record unemployment, foreclosures and bankruptcies will claw its way out of the Great Recession. Sandoval took office vowing to close a budget gap of $1 billion to $3 billion without raising taxes or imposing new fees.
Critics scoff at the Republican governor’s no tax stance. Someone will pay, one way or another. They say it’s a matter of who and at what price.
Sandoval will present his plan in his State of the State address Monday night before a joint session of the Legislature in Carson City. The Speech will be carried live here on Newsradio, KXNT.