Death Penalty Abolishment, Mining Taxes To Be Voted On In Carson City


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Senate Majority Leader Nicole Cannizzaro speaks with reporters inside her office, during the special session of the Legislature in Carson City, Nev., Thursday, July 16, 2020.

Nevada’s death penalty might be eliminated.

Mining might be taxed at higher rates.

AirBnbs might get taxed.

And the state might create its own health insurance option. 


That’s a lot of "mights" that, in the coming weeks, will be decided by state lawmakers. 

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