Last Sunday, after 12 days, the Nevada State Legislature finished its 31st Special Session with the objective to close the $1.2 billion budget shortfall caused by COVID-related shutdowns.
Small businesses are already struggling through no fault of their own and now there’s another challenge facing Nevada’s employers – lawsuits related to the spread of COVID19.
I just wanted to keep you up-to-date on federal legislation that affects every small business owner that has received or will receive funds under the Paycheck Protect Program (PPP).
We’ve stayed home, stayed safe and stayed together during this incredibly disruptive time. We must continue to work together to support each other as we move toward recovery and reopening our great state.
Nevada is once again on the rise.
We stayed home, stayed safe and stayed together. Now it’s more important than ever that we support each other so we can recover.
Thank you Nevadans for your help in flattening the curve in our great state.
As a nation and a state we are fortunate to have a system of representative government that is strengthened by greater participation from the electorate. As we move forward this election cycle, I want to encourage you to vote.