Teachers Health Trust docs say failure to comply with benefits review program 'could result in denial of benefits'
Teachers Health Trust documents state that failure to comply with benefits review program 'could result in denial of benefits.'
Pat Dingle has owned the nonprofit Las Vegas Zoo for 32 years, but new government regulations have created a business environment Dingle says he "never imagined."
"We have five openings in various categories--we're two zoo keepers short--but we can't afford to hire anybody," says Dingle, "because we have to keep paying government or pay fighting government."
When Carolyn Davis' son lost his job in the construction industry, they decided to start a moving company called All-Pro Movers.
"We didn't have a big truck, but our target market was small apartments and we thought it could work out," says Davis.
Davis' business was only off the ground for six weeks when they were caught in a sting operation by the Nevada Department of Transportation for not having an approved business license.
Amy Groves, owner of Nevada's Finest Properties, LLC, a real estate and HOA-management company, has been in business for eight years and pays over 30 different taxes, licenses, and fees each year just to stay in business.
Local officials blame 'system issues' for the reporting delay.
Owners considering reducing employee hours or limiting new hiring because of health-care law.
The lifespan of the shelters, however, is only 20 years.
If Question 2 passes, a school of 244 is scheduled to receive a new $11.9 million gym.
District says School Improvement Committee PAC will reimburse it for 'Vote Yes on 2' materials, employee costs.
Analysis: Schools on CCSD capital improvement list already received over $470 million from previous bonds
School district also admits school project list can be changed 'as necessary.'