Battle lines drawn ahead of special legislative session



CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — Few places have been hit as hard as Nevada by the coronavirus pandemic and subsequent economic fallout. State lawmakers are expected to convene Wednesday to deliberate over Gov. Steve Sisolak's proposal to plug the state's projected $1.2 billion tax revenue shortfall amid the pandemic. The Legislative Building will be closed to the public during the special legislative session. But anti-tax crusaders and beneficiaries of state spending are already converging on Carson City preparing to defend their interests with cuts and tax increases on the table.

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