A blueprint for getting the Silver State working again!

Daniel Honchariw

The most current fiscal projections indicate Nevada’s financial health is in serious jeopardy. With projections indicating Fiscal Year 2021 is roughly $1.2 billion shy of what the legislatively-approved budget requires, it is clear that government finances are in desperate need of cuts, innovation and clear policy guidance moving forward.

And it’s not just government finances at stake.

Roughly 30 percent of Nevadans are officially unemployed, with many more underemployed, in danger of being laid off or struggling financially thanks to months of economic shutdown.

As such, Nevada Policy has compiled policy solutions that, if implemented swiftly, will directly address challenges facing government agencies, private sector businesses and individual workers throughout the Silver State.

In conjunction with unavoidable—and necessarily dramatic—cuts to the FY2021 budget, reforms aimed at these three branches of public policy should be vigorously pursued to allow Nevada taxpayers, businesses, and individual workers the freedom to flourish in the wake of the COVID-19 economic crisis.

Click on a section to explore its in-depth policy proposals:

Daniel Honchariw

Daniel Honchariw

Director of Legislative Affairs

Daniel Honchariw joined the Nevada Policy Research Institute in May 2016. He focuses mostly on fiscal and education (school choice) issues, and has also published extensively on the abuses of civil asset forfeiture. His work has been featured and/or cited by in-state and national publications including USA Today, The New Yorker, Reason, the Las Vegas Review-Journal, and the Reno Gazette-Journal.

Prior to joining, Daniel had been a lifelong California resident. His experience includes stints with the National Labor Relations Board, multiple financial services firms, and a Tahoe-based ski resort. He is a sports fanatic, political junkie, and chess enthusiast.

Daniel holds a B.S. in Industrial and Labor Relations from Cornell University (’09) and an M.P.A. in Public Management from California State University, Dominguez Hills (’14).