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March 3, 2015

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Sandoval suggests ‘significantly higher’ fees for higher ed students

Posted 4 years, 1 month ago.

Gov. Brian Sandoval has suggested that students pay “significantly higher fees” to attend Nevada colleges and universities, higher education officials said Wednesday. Chancellor Dan Klaich and Board of Regents Chairman James Dean Leavitt met with the governor and his senior staff in Carson City. They were unable to share many details of the conversation, including how large a budget cut Sandoval will recommend. “The reality we’re facing as a state ...

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Jim Gibbons leaves governor’s office without campaign debt

Posted 4 years, 1 month ago.

Former Gov. Jim Gibbons left office without campaign debt, having repaid over $120,000 to donors after he lost June’s primary. State law allows $10,000 contributions from a single individual or corporate entity for an election - $5,000 for a primary and $5,000 for a general election. Gibbons lost his primary to Republican Brian Sandoval, who was sworn in Monday as the state’s 30th governor. David Taylor, Gibbons’ campaign treasurer, said ...

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