CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — Nevada lawmakers have adjourned for the night but are still far from wrapping up a special session on incentives for electric carmaker Faraday Future.
Senate and Assembly leaders called off their workday before 6 p.m. Thursday, saying there was still much work to be done on amendments to the two bills they've been considering.
The session began Wednesday evening and is expected to last until Friday or Saturday. Disagreements on water rights issues are holding up the process.
Lawmakers are considering $215 million in incentives for the Chinese-backed automaker, which announced last week that it wants to bring a $1 billion plant and 4,500 jobs to North Las Vegas.
Nevada officials also want permission to publicly finance $120 million in water, rail and road improvements at the Apex Industrial Park.