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Nevada Democrats On Education
Nevada Democrats On Education

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AIR DATE: March 4, 2013

Nevada Democrats have released their plans for education this session. The part of the plan that has everyone talking is the price tag. Democrats want an extra 310 million dollars for public education. Do Democrats have a plan for how they're going to find that money? Governor Sandoval remains steadfast on his promise to veto any new taxes.  

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Debbie Smith, Democratic Senator, Washoe County
Andrew Doughman, Politics and Government Reporter, Las Vegas Sun 
 
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    COMMENTS:
    As one familiar with both the K-12 and NSHE budget details, I would suggest that both could easily be cut by at least 1/3 without negatively impacting education. The amount of waste and inefficiency is far beyond astounding, and any bureaucrat that says otherwise is, in my opinion, either a liar or an idiot!
    Tom HurstFeb 25, 2013 20:04:13 PM
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