From Lake Tahoe News, MHProNews.com learns that a push for fewer regulations in Nevada includes some involving manufactured housing. Governor Brian Sandoval announced a plan recently to repeal 654 regulations advocates say will assist in the state’s efforts at economic diversification and job creation. According to the report, in addition to the repeal of more than 600 rules, another 1,100 will be updated as a result of an executive order. “My goal is to make Nevada the most business-friendly state in the country,” Sandoval says. “I think that sent an incredible message that we’re in Nevada are going to have important regulations that are business friendly, and we think that it’s going to have a large impact and compliments what this plan does today.” Included in the measure is NAC 461.125, a regulation that requires every manufactured building in the state equipped with a toilet to have a label affixed to it indicating the maximum amount of water the toilet uses for each flush.
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