8 bills to watch in Carson City
Legislation could change the way we do business
28 January 2013
As the 2013 Legislature readies to convene, most observers have focused their attention on taxes. Republican Gov. Brian Sandoval has promised to veto any tax increase, while Democratic leaders have vowed to launch an extensive review of the existing tax structure, which has the potential to change the way businesses pay license fees, the live entertainment tax and other levies. But the tax debate isn’t the only discussion that stands to change the way Nevada companies do business. From restrictions on how pharmacies sell cold medicine to a measure that would block employers’ access to job applicants’ social networking passwords, ...
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