Senate Democrats on Tuesday introduced four bills they say will create jobs and spur Nevada's economic recovery.
Majority Leader Mo Denis, D-Las Vegas, said the goal this session is not only to lay down a long-term vision, but to provide immediate relief. Revenue Committee Chairman Ruben Kihuen, D-Las Vegas, said that to speed the process, the four measures will be heard Thursday.
But neither Denis and Kihuen nor the others at Tuesday's news conference had many details about how the legislation would work or be funded.
Geoffrey Lawrence, deputy director Nevada Policy Research Institute, a conservative think tank, called the …