Ó Conservative lobbyist Paul Enos, CEO of the Nevada Motor Transport Association, said the state still needs to look at cutting its spending and stop vilifying the businesses that pay taxes.
What does NMTA stand for?
NMTA stands for Nevada Motor Transport Association (est. 1932)
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- Northwest Marine Trade Association
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Paul Enos, CEO of the Nevada Motor Transport Association, said his group is primarily concerned about an increase in collection costs with a shift from a fuel tax to one based on tracking miles traveled.
The group: Lynn Warne, president of the Nevada State Education Association, the state teachers union; Mike Wixom, an elected member of the Board of Regents, which governs the Nevada System of Higher Education and a Republican; Steve Hill, past chairman of the Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce; and Paul Enos, CEO of the Nevada Motor Transport Association, which represents trucking companies, and a conserva tive voice in the legislative lobbying corps.
Even Paul Enos, CEO of the Nevada Motor Transport Association, which represents the trucking industry, agrees the state needs to find a way to pay for roads, and he notes that the state hasn’t raised fuel taxes since 1992.
If you mention Coffin and the truckers in Carson City, another name immediately comes to mind: Paul Enos, who heads the Nevada Motor Transport Association, e.
Paul Enos, a lobbyist for the Nevada Motor Transport Association, a trucking industry group, said adding toll lanes to roads paid for by motorists “sets a bad precedent.