Gov Threatens to Veto School Bill
(Carson City, NV) — Governor Brian Sandoval has threatened to veto a bill that would allow Nevada school districts to use money from a reserve account to build and renovate campuses. The state Senate approved the measure along party lines yesterday.
Sandoval says it would leave a 300-million-dollar hole in his proposed budget and “harm education by taking money out of the classroom.”
Democrats don’t have enough votes to override a veto.