finally passes state budget
take fresh look at Neal gaming tax hike
judges extend restraining order barring legislature from any further action
in the garden of good and evil
Supremes order party animals to get down by July 7
Nevada Supreme Court can only raise existing taxes
GAMING TAX PROGRESS REPORT
Legislators go behind closed doors
CARSON CITY (May 8, 2003) A serious work session on taxes before the Nevada State Senate Committee on Taxation was canceled in favor of a secretive, closed door process.
"Key Nevada senators
and Assembly members are meeting behind closed doors to discuss taxes
and spending, and a comprehensive tax bill isn't likely to emerge until
they have an agreement," according to the Associated Press.
Representatives of both major special interest groups have stated on the record that the gambling industry currently pays its fair share. The facts are otherwise, but this is politics. Sen. Neal's proposal for a four percentage point hike in the gross gaming tax would correct the state deficit and still leave the Nevada gambling industry among the world's most lightly levied.
case for raising casino taxes
Conservative Think Tank Gaming Welshes
bill to end police racial profiling
2003 Legislative News
likes British tax system, casinos don't
Cory Farley: A sporting solution to casino property tax freebies
Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce members 90% in favor of gross gaming tax hike
Illinois governor wants gross gaming raised from 50% to 70%
Nevada casino CEOs made huge salaries in 2002
for Governor 2002 Archive
Neal / Nevada Legislature '99
for Governor '98 Archive
Sen. Joe Neal
2003 Nevada Legislature
Legislative Building, Capitol Complex
Carson City, NV 89701-4747
From the Las Vegas area (702) 486-4626
From Reno-Sparks-Carson City (775) 684-6800
Nevada toll-free 1-800-995-9080
© 1998-2004 Sen. Joseph M. Neal, Jr.
All rights reserved. Reproduction rights granted by request.
Paid for by Sen. Neal.
Site designed and maintained by
Click here to get on our mailing list