Governor To Speak Of "Sacrifice" In State Of The State Address
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.