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These items are budget requests from agencies that Sandoval will consider including in his final spending plan, but that have not yet been approved for inclusion by Sandoval.
Sandoval’s budget won’t be made public until mid-January.
The 2013-15 budget information conveyed to the Legislature on Oct.
15 does not include “items for special consideration” requested by state agencies.
Rick Combs, director of the Legislative Counsel Bureau, said this information has been provided to legislative staff historically as specified in state law. An example of an item of special consideration is the expansion of the Medicaid program to a new group of Nevadans as provided for in the federal Affordable Care Act.
“Your staff doesn’t have access to the information.
The other concern is that information that is provided to us on Oct.
15 is supposed to be open for public dissemination at that point.
“Now if you, or a member of the public, asks us for anything that was in an item for special consideration, we don’t have it,” he said.
Because of this apparently new interpretation by Sandoval, the Medicaid expansion information has not been provided to the Legislature’s fiscal staff and so is not available to the public either.“The part that is of concern to us there is twofold,” Combs told the committee.