New LV Chamber chairman promises to lead push for reform

December 2008
Las Vegas Business Press (10712186);12/15/2008, Vol. 25 Issue 50, pP12
The article reports on the promise from Steve Hill, the recently elected chairman of the Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce in Nevada, to lead the business group in a fight for budget reform in Nevada. It presents an overview of the fiscal problems facing Nevada, including the discrepancy in the 2007-2009 budget and the revenue collections. Hill has opposed the introduction of additional taxes in the state and has advocated bringing public-employee pensions in line with the private sector. Hill is also president of concrete supplier Silver State Materials.


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