The Writers Strike is coming to Las Vegas this week, with writers across the state of Nevada protesting the loss of jobs at the hands of a state-backed energy company.
The strike, which is expected to affect more than 100,000 people, is a call to action for workers in the Las Vegas area, and organizers say it will bring attention to the fact that Nevada is losing jobs to cheap, foreign-made fossil fuels.
Nevada’s largest city, Las Vegas, is the home of the Las Peradenas, the world’s largest private-sector union, and is the center of the solar industry.
It is also home to the MGM Grand, which has become a hub for the industry.
Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval signed legislation this year to cut power rates for low-income households, but the state’s renewable energy industry has been hit hard by the lack of competition and lower-priced energy.
A report released in April found that the solar and wind industries lost nearly 20,000 jobs in the past decade, and the industry is expected continue to shrink in the coming years.
Nevada, which was one of the top states in the country for solar installations in 2016, now ranks 31st in the nation for new solar installations.
But Nevada is also the second-largest solar market in the United States.
Last year, the state received nearly $7.3 billion in federal stimulus funds, and nearly 20 percent of the federal money went toward wind energy projects.
Sandoval has defended the cuts to the state, saying the state is not “saturated” and that the cuts are necessary to make sure that the state has enough money to invest in its renewable energy sector.
“It’s hard to know what to do, but we’re trying to do what’s right for Nevada,” Sandoval said last month, according to the Las Post-Dispatch.
The proposed energy cuts are part of a $1.2 billion budget package that Sandoval introduced in December, which would also reduce the state government’s ability to raise taxes, which it relies on for most of its revenue.
The state currently receives $5.9 billion annually from federal stimulus, but it is set to receive less than $3 billion from the federal government this year.
Nevada is one of five states that has not received any federal funding from the Obama administration for energy, and Sandoval was not able to sign legislation into law that would provide more federal support for the state.
The legislation would have required the state to spend more than $100 million a year on renewable energy projects, but Sandoval had already signed a bill to allocate that money to the Energy Department.
Sandovals energy cuts were not enough for Nevada writers to join the strike, however, and on Wednesday, the writers strike organizers issued a statement, saying that the writers had been working “at their own risk to express our outrage over the state being run by the likes of Sandoval and his allies.”
The strike is expected on Wednesday afternoon.
Las Vegas is home to two casinos, the MGM Resorts International, and MGM Grand.
The MGM Grand is one the world famous casinos in the world, and it’s also a hub of the renewable energy industries.
The city has a long history of supporting the solar energy industry, with solar panels being installed in every home and building in Las Vegas.
In 2010, a solar power project was approved for a hotel on the Las Palmas, and solar panels were installed in the roof of the Mandalay Bay hotel.
The hotel has since become the home to a massive solar power system, and its solar panels are one of its biggest draws for tourists.
Las Palms solar panels have been a part of Las Vegas for decades, and they have been installed by the MGM Casino Resorts since 2006.
The Nevada legislature passed a law in 2013 that allowed solar power companies to take up to 70 percent of any project in the state and set aside funds for the developers.
Las Vegas is one major solar market for the world.
Nevada has more than 1,600 solar projects in operation, according the Solar Energy Industries Association.
LasVegas has also been the home for the Las Venera solar park, which opened in 2016.
The park was built on a 100-acre site and was originally slated to have 1,000 panels.
The project was scaled back and now has less than 500 panels.
Las Vegas has a solar energy park.
The solar park is a solar farm.
The Solar Energy Industry Association has also reported that Las Vegas’ solar park will generate $2.5 million in tax revenue over the next four years.
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority has said that Las Vegans tax revenue could be used to help pay for public transit.
“The Las Vegas solar park has provided millions of dollars in economic development and thousands of jobs to the city of Las VEGAS and the entire state,” Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn