Nevada lawmakers seek end of garlic, alfalfa advisory boards
CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) —
Garlic and onion, alfalfa seed and organic crop advisory boards are getting chopped at the Nevada Legislature.
Members of the Assembly voted 36-4 on Monday to abolish the three state agricultural organizations.
Lawmakers say the groups never meet, are duplicative or just unnecessary.
They decided to continue the Mining Oversight and Accountability Commission that a subcommittee had previously recommended they also end.