Nevada’s budget battles come into focus when an independent panel meets to forecast how much money the state will receive over the next two years to fund state government.
Nevada stands to lose $40 million in federal dollars if automatic budget cuts set to kick in at midnight Friday extend through September, with most of the hit being taken by education, public safety and some health and human services programs, Gov. Brian Sandoval said Thursday.
The city of Las Vegas has restored several services cut during the recession.
Members of Nevada legislative money committees have begun a review of Gov. Brian Sandoval’s $6.5 billion general fund budget proposal.
Americans should want to celebrate the 4th of July and at least give some sign of wanting the celebrations that have been cut from municipalities’ budgets.
A group of Catholic nuns have started a bus tour challenging the Ryan budget plan and its cuts to social programs.
Union leaders for North Las Vegas police and firefighters are not happy with the city’s latest plan to balance its budget.
“This is one of the best dropout prevention programs we can have is activities and athletics.”
More tax revenue is flowing into the city of Las Vegas, and that means some programs will be restored.
Las Vegas will face a seven-million dollar budget deficit in the general fund next year.