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March 29, 2015

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Bill introduced to make monorail salaries public

CARSON CITY – Sen. Terry Care, D-Las Vegas, wants to examine the salaries of officers and employees at the Las Vegas Monorail Co.

He has introduced a bill to make the records of the monorail public, except for proprietary or confidential information. Asked if he thought their pay is too high, he replied, “I know the losses are high.”

Senate Bill 198 says proprietary or confidential information would include a trade secret, any information that a state law declares to be confidential or economic or business information that is not available to the public generally.

The bill was referred to the Senate Energy, Infrastructure and Transportation Committee.

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