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Fees For Burning Man
Fees For Burning Man

AIR DATE: May 8, 2013

Assemblyman David Bobzien wants to protect Burning Man from the officials in Pershing County, who tried to impose a $1.50 fee on each ticket to pay for law enforcement. His bill would prevent counties from imposing extra fees and regulations on events that have been approved by federal authorites and take place on federally-owned land. We'll ask him about why we need this law, and what he hopes to achieve.


Assemblyman David Bobzien, Democrat, Washoe County

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