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Nevada governor continues 'comped' meal tax fight

31 July 2008
LAS VEGAS, Nevada -- Gov. Jim Gibbons wants to continue the state's $142 million battle with casinos over "comped" meals. Gibbons administration officials said Wednesday they think new legal arguments could be used to hold on to taxes casino companies have paid on complimentary meals — money the ... (read more)
 

Nevada governor continues 'comped' meal tax fight

31 July 2008
LAS VEGAS, Nevada -- Gov. Jim Gibbons wants to continue the state's $142 million battle with casinos over "comped" meals. Gibbons administration officials said Wednesday they think new legal arguments could be used to hold on to taxes casino companies have paid on complimentary meals — money the ... (read more)
 

Nevada governor continues 'comped' meal tax fight

31 July 2008
LAS VEGAS, Nevada -- Gov. Jim Gibbons wants to continue the state's $142 million battle with casinos over "comped" meals. Gibbons administration officials said Wednesday they think new legal arguments could be used to hold on to taxes casino companies have paid on complimentary meals — money the ... (read more)
 

Adelson money is political baggage

19 June 2008
LAS VEGAS, Nevada AND WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Nationally Sheldon Adelson has become a campaign issue for Democrats when his money finds its way into Republicans' congressional races. In his own town, though, at least some Democrats accept campaign contributions from Adelson-controlled companies. Among ... (read more)
 

Teachers union, gaming companies reach deal

27 May 2008
LAS VEGAS, Nevada -- When it comes the state's dire financial affairs, the language is coded in the negative. No new taxes. No more state government. No raises. On Monday night, the teachers union and three of the big gaming companies reached an agreement that would send about $180 million a year to the state in the form of higher hotel and motel room taxes. ... (read more)
 

Teachers union, gaming companies reach deal

27 May 2008
LAS VEGAS, Nevada -- When it comes the state's dire financial affairs, the language is coded in the negative. No new taxes. No more state government. No raises. On Monday night, the teachers union and three of the big gaming companies reached an agreement that would send about $180 million a year to the state in the form of higher hotel and motel room taxes. ... (read more)
 

Teachers union, gaming companies reach deal

27 May 2008
LAS VEGAS, Nevada -- When it comes the state's dire financial affairs, the language is coded in the negative. No new taxes. No more state government. No raises. On Monday night, the teachers union and three of the big gaming companies reached an agreement that would send about $180 million a year to the state in the form of higher hotel and motel room taxes. ... (read more)
 

Teachers union, gaming companies reach deal

27 May 2008
LAS VEGAS, Nevada -- When it comes the state's dire financial affairs, the language is coded in the negative. No new taxes. No more state government. No raises. On Monday night, the teachers union and three of the big gaming companies reached an agreement that would send about $180 million a year to the state in the form of higher hotel and motel room taxes. ... (read more)
 

Culinary leader: Closing sites on Strip would strike at caucus' heart

14 January 2008
NEVADA -- Nevada's largest and most politically active union fired back Saturday at an attempt to shut down caucus sites on the Strip intended to allow its workers to caucus Jan. 19, when state Democrats make their choice for a presidential nominee. Culinary Union Secretary-Treasurer D. Taylor ... (read more)

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