State lawmakers approve budgets cuts

With the increased number of COVID-19 cases in Nevada, lawmakers gathered during a special session July 19 to consider what parts of the budget they could cut with tax revenue down significantly. Hundreds of millions of dollars were cut from various agencies, from health to education and even construction. From furloughing public employees to massive […]

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