Submitted by gseidman on Wed, June 7, 2017
After 120 days, the 2017 Legislature adjourned sine die. Our business community did not need additional and unnecessary regulations and mandated increases in employer costs and reporting requirements. That’s why throughout the session, the Metro Chamber's Government Affairs team was on the ground in Carson City every single day to make sure your voice was heard. We know that most businesses do not have the time or money to do this on their own – that’s why they need the Chamber.
Submitted by gseidman on Tue, April 11, 2017
A new year brings a new tax season. April 18th is only a few weeks away – D-Day for many small business owners who are filing taxes. Whether you are a sole proprietor an individual running an organized business entity, filing taxes can be stressful, but the process for small business owners can be especially complex and overwhelming due to the daily demands on their time. With constantly changing tax laws and complex regulations, it can be difficult for small businesses to keep up and ensure they do not get penalized.
Submitted by gseidman on Wed, March 29, 2017
Las Vegas – Today, Kristin McMillan, president and CEO of the Las Vegas Metro Chamber, issued the following statement regarding efforts to resurrect the dormant plan to store nuclear waste at Yucca Mountain, as well as transport waste through Nevada.
As Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval meets with federal officials and lawmakers, the Metro Chamber, as the largest business association in Nevada, applauds and supports Governor Brian Sandoval’s strong leadership in opposing any nuclear waste storage in Nevada.
Submitted by gseidman on Mon, March 27, 2017
Las Vegas – Today, Kristin McMillan, president and CEO of the Las Vegas Metro Chamber, issued the foll
Submitted by gseidman on Wed, March 22, 2017
CARSON CITY — A resolution restating the Legislature’s opposition to any effort to license Yucca Mountain as a high-level nuclear waste dump was endorsed Monday by Gov. Brian Sandoval and Attorney General Adam Laxalt.
Submitted by gseidman on Thu, March 16, 2017
Las Vegas – Today, the Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce released its endorsements in the upcoming municipal races. The Primary Election is slated for Tuesday, April 4, and the General Election (if necessary) is Tuesday, June 13.
The Metro Chamber’s endorsements are
City of Las Vegas
Ward 2 - Bob Beers
Ward 4 – Stavros Anthony
City of North Las Vegas
Mayor – John Lee
Ward 1 – Isaac Barron
City of Henderson
Mayor – Debra March