In September 2014, the State of Nevada announced a grand deal with Tesla, which is going to make lithium ion battery at a factory east of the Reno/Sparks area. The same state authorities are now doing their best to shut down the ride-share program, “Uber,” which started operating in Nevada last month.
The attempt to halt Uber is proof of three things. One is that there is too much regulation in the way of Nevada business and second, the Sandoval administration doesn’t care that Nevada’s citizenry is struggling to find work and that any opportunity to earn a paycheck is a good thing.
Thirdly – it is not the state governments’ job, nor is it the Sandoval administrations duty to pick-and-choose what businesses can and cannot operate in Nevada.