The Nevada Supreme Court upheld

The Nevada Supreme Court upheld a preliminary injunction against the state Labor Commissioner removing job classes from his published wage determination. The Court held such an administrative decision had to be preceded by formal APA rulemaking. The Court refused to distinguish its earlier ruling in 2005 to similar effect in a slightly-different procedural context (the Court held that the availability in the instant case of a wage determination hearing not available in the prior case made no difference, as this remedy was inadequate because it allowed the Commissioner to unilaterally implement his decision first and then hear objections later, unlike under the APA).