Nevada Lawmakers Will Not Take Votes On Bill To Fund Oakland A’s Move To Las Vegas

Plans to help build a stadium for the Oakland Athletics and lure major film makers to Las Vegas through tax credits are in flux after Nevada lawmakers adjourned their four-month legislative session. The future of the bills are now uncertain after the Democratic-controlled Legislature did not advance them before the midnight deadline as Monday turned to Tuesday. In a statement early Tuesday, Republican Gov. Joe Lombardo said he would call a special session and set the agenda. He hadn’t by Tuesday evening. A spokesperson for Democratic Assembly Speaker Steve Yeager confirmed later Tuesday those two items will not be under consideration in a special legislative session.