Motion-picture industry data shows Nevada is competitive in film industry without tax credits.
LAS VEGAS — In response to an announcement by Senate Republican leadership that they support raising mining taxes as an alternative to the margin tax, NPRI’s Deputy Policy Director Geoffrey Lawrence released the following comments.
Legislators are once again targeting taxpayers.
Misinformation is the norm when liberals talk about Nevada’s education spending.
LAS VEGAS – Today, Victor Joecks, NPRI’s communications director, offered the following testimony on SB 182 and AB 163 to the Senate Committee on Education and Assembly Committee on Education.
New robo-signing brief: Misconduct by AG Masto's office could 'seriously damage public confidence' in that office
Defense to argue for case dismissal in Monday hearing; former chief prosecutor calls conflict of interest argument 'blatantly misleading.'
The defense will argue for case dismissal in a Monday hearing; former chief prosecutor calls conflict of interest argument 'blatantly misleading.'
LAS VEGAS — Today, Victor Joecks, NPRI’s communications director, submitted the following testimony on education funding levels to the Senate Committee on Finance and the Assembly Committee on Ways and Means.
CARSON CITY — Today, before the Senate Revenue and Economic Development Committee, Geoffrey Lawrence, NPRI’s deputy policy director, delivered the following testimony on SB 165, a bill that would establish transferable film tax credits.
LAS VEGAS — Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid is scheduled later today to address the Nevada Legislature, after announcing earlier this week that he will, once again, highlight solar energy as an example of Nevada’s “clean energy potential.”
In response to that announcement, Nevada Policy Research Institute President Andy Matthews released the following comments.