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My Three Cents on Prevailing Wage Law

My Three Cents on Prevailing Wage Law

By Jim Hartman Prevailing wage law in Nevada was recently highlighted in the acrimonious debate and clear partisan divide over SB 119, a bill that excludes construction projects for school districts, charter schools, and the Nevada System of Higher Education from Nevada’s prevailing wage requirements. Sponsored by Republican Senators Becky Harris and Ben Kieckhefer, the


A Conversation with Governor Sandoval

Territorial Enterprise editor Elizabeth Thompson recently sat down with Governor Sandoval to talk about his love of history, his life growing up, and the people and events that influenced him most on the road to the Governor’s mansion. This is an edited transcript. Thompson: It’s been written many times that you’re a history buff. When