A new tax deal from lawmakers could bring Sony Pictures to Southern Nevada
The governor’s plan to give a half billion in tax incentives to the losing Oakland A's to build a stadium in Las Vegas has been met with lukewarm support.
But does that change, does Nevada put out the welcome mat—and much more in tax incentives—if the plan is to bring a major Hollywood studio to Vegas?
We will soon find out.
State lawmakers unveiled a measure this week meant to attract Southern California’s movie industry to Southern Nevada.
Joining us to talk about that potential move, Tabitha Mueller and Sean Golonka are reporters with the Nevada Independent. They first reported on a bill now in lawmakers’ hands.