Gov. Brian Sandoval on Thursday recommended the repeal of 654 Nevada regulations that he said are either unneeded or a drag on economic growth.
Among them: a rule requiring labels on toilets in manufactured buildings advising of maximum water use per flush. The state Manufactured Housing Division concluded that the regulation is duplicative and unnecessary.
Another recommendation would abolish a requirement that all driver training schools have a physical location in the state. With the growth of Internet-based schools, officials say, mandating a brick-and-mortar site to do business “constitutes an unnecessary burden with little or no increased consumer protection,” the governor’s office said in a statement.
Of the hundreds of rules targeted for repeal, 137 involve the Department of Business and Industry, 120 fall under the Department of Motor Vehicles, and 95 are under the Department of Taxation.
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