Sandoval will not up ESAs in special session, jeopardizing the entire program

Gov. Brian Sandoval has posted online a press release concerning his calling for a special session of the Legislature Monday:

 

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Note the final graph says the education savings account funding issue will not be addressed, meaning that, if a majority of Democrats is elected to either the Senate or Assembly in November, ESAs are dead, because not a single Democrat voted for the bill in 2015.

7 comments on “Sandoval will not up ESAs in special session, jeopardizing the entire program

  1. Mike Coster says:

    taxes at the forefront, including the non-disclosed, non-secret plan to public fund the stadium. Education problems get a committee and a pat on the head. Bad job, governor.

    I swear, Gov. Sandoval is grooming himself to be a Democrat Presidential Candidate in the coming years.

  2. deleted says:

    Maybe Nevada’s own bastard could sue the governor on behalf of ALEC?

  3. nyp says:

    First time unemployment claims dropped today to 249,000. “This marks 83 consecutive weeks of initial claims below 300,000, the longest streak since 1970.”

    I blame that job-killing ObamaCare.

  4. Rincon says:

    One of the longest interrecessionary periods on the books. Was it Xaviera Hollander said that speed isn’t nearly as important as endurance?

  5. Steve says:

    According to channel 13 news, Steve Sisolak lowered the boom on the gov’s plan to screw southern Nevada by taking money from the south to support the ESA program statewide.
    Sisolak is a Democrat, but he’s a stingy fiscal conservative from the old days in Nevada when the rest of the nations Democrats made Nevada Democrats look like right wing extremists.

  6. […] Sandoval will not up ESAs in special session, jeopardizing the entire program Note the final graph says the education savings account funding issue will not be addressed, meaning that, if a majority of Democrats is elected to either the Senate or Assembly in November, ESAs are dead, because not a single Democrat voted for the bill in 2015. […]

  7. Bill says:

    It should not surprise anyone that Governor Sandoval will support NSEA’s position the majority of the time. The only good thing that can be said about this decision is that the current Nevada Supreme Court found no bar to the program other than the funding which they deftly handed back to the other two branches of government.

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