Nevada Gets a Plan For a Better Economy

Washington is paralyzed by politics and debt, but states and regions are moving to renew the drifting U.S. economy themselves. In just the last year no less than three states — Colorado, New York, and Tennessee — have begun to execute well-considered “bottom-up” development strategies that aim to restore growth and place regions at the center of economic development planning and execution. Now comes Nevada, arguably the state most damaged by the recent real estate and consumption sector crackup, with its own effort at renewal.

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