Perspectives on Nevada’s Current Legislative Session

Lindsay Knox, Vice President in our Government Affairs & Advocacy Group, shared her insights on the current legislative session during an interview with Sam Shad on Nevada Newsmakers. The topics Lindsay discussed are listed below along with the time stamp identifying when Lindsay addressed each topic.

Please click here to watch the April 28 interview video.

  • 3:25 – Unique makeup of the session with new and younger legislators and lobbyists
  • 3:40 – Prominence of the A’s decision particularly in terms of public financing
  • 11:45 – Selection of former Nevada State Senator Ben Kieckhefer as Governor Joe Lombardo’s Chief of Staff
  • 15:35 – Impact of the two-minute rule on stakeholder meetings with legislators and bringing good policy to the Governor’s desk
  • 20:50 – Brightline train and airport expansion
  • 25:20 – Presidential campaign


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